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Hussein A. Alhawamdeh

centuries, as reflected in John Dryden's Don Sebastian (1689) and its adaptation by Frederick Reynolds as The Renegade (1812). Reynolds adopts the trope of Restoration ‘cultural renegade’, or what I call ‘Restoration gone cultural revolutionary

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Adriana Streifer

Christian Turned Turk elides renegade and Jewish identities in the conversions of Ward (the titular Christian) and Benwash (the renegade Jew). Each conversion is a superficial, sexually motivated failure. Benwash pressures Ward to convert by touting

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Taking on the Light

Ontological Black Girlhood in the Twenty-first Century

Renee Nishawn Scott

dancer, Jalaiah Harmon, of Atlanta, Georgia, created the Renegade dance and posted it to her Instagram page ( Harmon 2020 ). Less than a month later, a white 15-year-old TikTok prosumer named Charli D'Amelio of Norwalk, Connecticut, posted a (now deleted

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Sounds German?

Popular Music in Postwar Germany at the Crossroads of the National and Transnational

Kirkland A. Fulk

,” The Germanic Review (forthcoming). 13 Eshun (see note 12), 100. 14 Dan Sicko, Techno Rebels: The Renegades of Electronic Funk (New York, 1999), 172–174. 15 See J.C. Reindl, “German techno club owner eyes abandoned Detroit factory,” Detroit

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Simulation, Fetishism and World Domination

Using Baudrillard to Analyse American Discourse

Charles Campbell

the Hurons, the renegade natives of the forest. 20 The device has the value of a living creature and is worthy of ‘love and veneration’, affection and respect. According to Baudrillard in The System of Objects , technological humans project their

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Massinger's Strange Pirates

Strangeness, Law(s) and Genre in The Double Marriage and The Unnatural Combat

Susanne Gruss

dies (of grief and shame, presumably), and a shocked Malefort finally admits to his past crimes: he has poisoned his first wife, young Malefort's mother, and thus driven his son into lawlessness (like Sesse, young Malefort did not choose the renegade

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A Hybrid New World… or Not?

Transformation versus Hybridisation in Early Modern World

Fatima Essadek

appear and behave as other North African Muslims did. A rare portrait of the renegade Assan Aga unveils how an English convert in sixteenth-century Algiers would look after his cultural transformation. Assan and his father, Francis Rowlie, a merchant from