Restoration Comedy, 1660-1670: A Catalogue By Manuel J. Gómez-Lara, María José Mora, Paula de Pando, Rafael Portillo, Juan A. Prieto-Pablos, and Rafael Vélez


Manuel J. Gómez-Lara (Assoc. Prof.), María José Mora (Assoc. Prof.), Rafael Portillo (Prof.) and Juan A. Prieto-Pablos (Prof.) teach and research in the Department of English literature at the Universidad de Sevilla (Spain). They are members of the Restoration Comedy Project team, that is currently compiling data on the comedies produced in England in this period, and have edited Thomas Shadwell The Virtuoso (1997) and Epsom Wells (2000), Joseph Arrowsmith’s The Reformation (2003) and the anonymous comedy The Woman Turned Bully (2007). Their contributions to the field of Early Modern Drama, published in several international collections and journals, cover very diverse areas within the fields of literary and cultural studies (from genre analysis to the system of patronage) and theatre history (from company policy to the material aspects of stage practice).

Rafael Vélez is Associate Professor of English literature at the Universidad de Cádiz (Spain). He currently works on Interregnum and Restoration English drama and specializes in the interaction between music and the theatre. He has recently published on madness, music and drama in the Journal of Medical Humanities.

Paula de Pando is a research fellow at the Universidad de Sevilla, from which she holds a PhD. Her research focuses on the representation of the passions in Early Modern drama. She has published in journals such as English Studies and Women’s Writing, and is a contributor to The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of British Literature: 1660-1789.