Historical and Performance contexts lecture 367 Winter 2018.pptx - Quiz on Norton Introductions 1 Was Mary I who reigned 1553-58 a Protestant or a

Historical and Performance contexts lecture 367 Winter 2018.pptx

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Quiz on Norton Introductions 1.Was Mary I, who reigned 1553-58, a Protestant or a Catholic?2.In 16thcentury villages across England, who oversaw the production and sale of eggs, cheese, and beer?3.The Vagabond Act of 1572 classified players (actors) as vagabonds, subject to arrest and branding with a V on the forehead. What was the loophole or exception available for players to escape this branding?4.What does “enclosure” refer to in terms of land-use in 16thcentury England?5.Name two of the design features of the Globe Theatre.
Overview
General Introduction 1. General information 1. Reformation 2. Tudor Monarchy, Stuart Monarchy 3. Social and Economic Life 4. Class, Gender, and “Race” Hierarchies 5. Culture of Performance, from Theater State to Religious and Popular Drama .
Reformation
Aspects of Protestantism 1517, Martin Luther nails 95 “theses” on church door in Wittenberg (an act of “publication”) For . . . the vernacular Bible, individual conscience Against . . . corruptions of Rome, sale of indulgences, transubstantiation of Eucharist, graven and painted images, Purgatory, many sacraments, most of the authority of church offices (especially RC priests) “Rage against the dead” in England: Personal familial dissociation from the Catholic past, including loved ones who were Catholic—parents in many cases, grandparents in most cases.
English Reformation Henry VIII separates from Rome—1533 Dissolution of Monasteries—1536-1540 Edward VI 1547-1553 (radical Protestant) Mary 1553-1558 (Radical Catholic—married to King of Spain, known as “Bloody Mary”) Elizabeth I (moderate Protestant) 1558-1603 James I (Protestant) 1603-1625
Timeline of Reformation
Timeline of Reformation
Calvinism

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