ASODAT is a coordinated project by several research groups whose objective is to connect the information of different databases related to early modern Spanish theater and its documentation. ASODAT is the result of the conviction that connecting information among federated databases will contribute to allow for new discoveries related to this theatrical practice and draw critical attention to theatrical phenomena that are not visible on their own.
Our objective is for ASODAT to become a tool whose structure allows for the addition of other existing or new databases based on a protocol that we have created. In its current state, and after developing a specific computer architecture, ASODAT includes and organizes information from the following databases: CATCOM, which gathers and studies information on performances and establishes their relationship with specific plays and playwrights; CLEMIT, which catalogues and studies information on censorship and performance licenses present in plays; DMP, which offers information on the songs and dances that were part of theatrical texts; y MANOS, which catalogues and studies theatrical manuscripts and copyists.

Coordinator of the ASODAT project: Teresa Ferrer Valls (Universitat de València - Grupo de Investigación DICAT ).

Coordinator of the technical development: Ariadna Fuertes Seder (Universitat de València).
Web developer: Raúl Peña-Ortiz (Universitat de València).
Web graphic designer: Cristina Maestre.


Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad y Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional (FEDER)
Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad y Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional (FEDER)
Project references:
FFI2015-65197-C3-1-P; FFI2015-65197-C3-2-P; FFI2015-65197-C3-3-P; PID2019-104045GA-C51; PID2019-104045GA-C52; PID2019-104045GA-C53; PID2019-104045GA-C54; PID2019-104045GA-C55

Principal investigators of the groups:

Teresa Ferrer Valls (Universidad de Valencia - Grupo DICAT )
Héctor Urzáiz Tortajada (Universidad de Valladolid - Grupo CLEMIT )
Lola Josa Fernández (Universitat de Barcelona - Grupo DMP )
Margaret R. Greer (Duke University) & Alejandro García Reidy (Universidad de Salamanca - Grupo Manos )