Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
This special issue is part of the research project ?Theatre on the Move in Times of Conflict, 1750-1850?. This project including the conference where earlier versions of the articles were first delivered was only made possible by the following generous sources of funding: the Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France Initiative Fund; BA/Leverhulme Small Research Grant (and thus the Department of Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy); the Faculty of Arts Research Cluster Fund at the University of Bristol; the John Fell Fund; Magdalen College; Music & Letters Award; the University of Oxford Faculty of Music; Romanticism and Eighteenth-Century Studies Oxford. We are indebted to these schemes and organizations, and thank them greatly for their support and aid in realizing this research. We thank all the funders and institutions listed for their invaluable support, as well as all the colleagues who have participated in the ?Theatre on the Move in Times of Conflict, 1750-1850' project, especially Sarah Hibberd, Sarah Collins, and Steffan Davies, and all those who have worked on the production of this special issue, including the editors of the Journal of War and Culture Studies, the anonymous peer reviewers, and the team at Taylor and Francis.
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