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Professor Jan Clarke

Professor / Director of Studies

BA, MA, PhD Warwick


Affiliations
AffiliationRoom numberTelephone
Professor / Director of Studies in the School of Modern Languages and CulturesA16, Elvet Riverside I+44 (0) 191 33 43443
Member of the Centre for 17th-Century Studies 
Member of the Centre for Visual Arts and Culture  
Member of the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies  

Research interests

  • seventeenth and eighteenth-century theatre history
  • theatre architecture
  • stage design and theatre machinery
  • theatre company administration
  • women theatre professionals (actresses and other employees)
  • Molière
  • Thomas Corneille

Awarded Grants

  • 2014: The Comedie-Francaise and State Control, 1680-1689(£24180.83 from Universite de Nantes)
  • 2012: Critical edition in three volumes of the machine plays and operas of Thomas Corneille(£38637.15 from The British Academy)
  • 2005: WORKING CONDITIONS IN 17TH CENTURY FRENCH THEATRE(£1596.00 from Arts & Humanities Research Board)
  • 2001: TOWARDS A REALISATION OF THE SALFORD PROTOCOL(£19575.00 from The British Academy)

Esteem Indicators

  • 0000: Médaille de la ville de Tours (2012):

Publications

Authored book

Chapter in book

Conference Paper

  • Clarke, Jan. (2009), The Unknown Artists of the Seventeenth-Century Spectacular Stage, in Bannister, Mark. eds, Visions of the Stage: Theater, Art and Performance in France, 1600-1800. Williamstown, MA, Williamstown MA.

Edited book

  • Clarke, Jan, Pasquier, Pierre & Phillips, Henry (2011). La Ville en scène en France et en Europe (1552-1709). Peter Lang.
  • Clarke, Jan. (1989). Thomas Corneille, Circé édition critique. Exeter: University of Exeter Press.

Journal Article