Enlightenment

What can the Enlightenment teach us about theater and emotion?

Logan J. Connors is the author of the January volume in the Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment series, The Emergence of a theatrical science of man in France, 1660-1740, an exciting new perspective on the polemics of affect, emotion, and theatrical performance in early Enlightenment France. In this blog post, he explores what this … Continue reading