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Advertising & Society Review     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 15)
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English Literature in Transition 1880-1920     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 6, SJR: 0.123, CiteScore: 0)
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Humanity : An Intl. J. of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 20)
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Islamic Africa     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 4, SJR: 0.257, CiteScore: 0)
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      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
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    • Abstract: Can we speak of the "local" apart from the "global" in the age of the "glocal"' In this essay, I attempt to problematize the common assumption of global spectatorship in the contemporary practice and discussion of intercultural Shakespeare and suggest focusing on the local context, or intraculturality, as an alternate way of approaching intercultural Shakespeare performances, particularly in the Asian context. For this purpose, I zoom in on Pansori Hamlet Project (2014), a locally-oriented fusion pansori (Korean traditional storytelling art performed by a singer and a drummer) adaptation of Shakespeare's canonical drama produced by the South Korean performance group Taroo, with the slogan of "Sing of Us Here and ... Read More
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    • Abstract: This issue starts with a special section on the 2016 quatercentenary celebration of Tang Xianzu and William Shakespeare. Alexa Alice Joubin served as guest editor for this special cluster to shed new light on the performances and festivities around the quatercentenary of Tang (1550–1616) and Shakespeare (1564–1616) in East Asia and beyond. The promotion of these national poets and playwrights is very much part of Sino-British cultural exchanges and China's bid for global influence. With three essays and Joubin's brief introduction, this cluster enriches our understanding of intercultural theatre, the larger phenomenon of Asian Shakespeares, and Asian drama in the context of world theatre.The special section is ... Read More
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  • Intercultural and Cross-cultural Encounters during the Quatercentenary of
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    • Abstract: Part of 2016 quatercentenary of Tang Xianzu and Shakespeare, the Shakespeare-Tang Project in Leeds celebrated both playwrights through a series of talks, workshops, and performances from March 2016 to September 2016. The highlight of this project was A Midsummer Night's DREAMING Under the Southern Bough (Zhongxiaye mengnanke), which saw students from Leeds and Beijing respectively working on DREAMING Under the Southern Bough and A Midsummer Night's DREAMING—these were performed in the summer at the University of Leeds Intercultural Theatre Festival, at Edinburgh Festival Fringe and in September in China. The exchange with Chinese partners and parallel events taking place in China are intercultural and ... Read More
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  • Politics and Tactics in Revolutionary Performance: A Sino-Burmese Arts
           Troupe in Transnational Circulation
    • Abstract: In February 1992, hundreds of men from the Sino-Burmese community streamed into Rangoon's Longshan Temple to celebrate the First Full Moon Day. That day was special. They felt invigorated because Chinese revolutionary music and dance performances revived after two decades of self-silencing due to Burma's anti-Chinese riots in 1967.1 Wuduo Jinhua 五朵金花 (Five Golden Flowers), the troupe performing on that night, dominantly replicated the Maoist revolutionary music and dance elements, which were extensively adopted by the pro-CPC (Communist Party of China) community from China prior to 1967 with an aim to help establish their notion of a pro-CPC Chinese transnation. Fully inspired by the troupe, members of the pro-CPC ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Bhuta Kola Ritual Performances: Locating Aesthetics in Collective Memory
           and Shared Experience
    • Abstract: Ritual acts can be studied through methods and theories drawing from different disciplines such as sociology, history, performance studies, and anthropology.1 In this paper, we approach rituals from the interdisciplinary perspective of performance studies and philosophy of aesthetics. Drawing from both well-known and lesserknown theories of performance and aesthetics, our aim is to try and explain the aesthetic experience in a socio-religious ritual that is often articulated by a complex concept in the local narratives in India called vaibhava, which can be understood as grandeur, appropriateness, and devotional feeling all at once.While we can claim that rituals are actions that we as human beings perform ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Tradition and Modernity: Two Modern Adaptations of the Chinese Opera
           Hezhu's Match
    • Abstract: The xiqu (戲曲 traditional Chinese theatre) play Hezhu pei (荷珠配 Hezhu's Match) was adapted twice to huaju (話劇 spoken drama) in the twentieth century: once by Lao She 老舍 (1899–1966), based on the chuanju (川劇 Sichuan opera) version of this play; and once by the Taiwanese playwright and actor Jin Shi-jie 金士傑 (b. 1951), based on the jingju version. These four plays will be my sources for studying the interactions between traditional theatre and spoken drama in their historical, sociopolitical and cultural contexts. The first part of my study traces the evolution of this play from a Ming dynasty (1368–1644) kunqu 崑曲 drama to the regional theatre of chuanju, and finally to its conversion to spoken drama in the 1960s. Lao ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Applying/Contesting the Brechtian "Model": Calcutta Repertory Theatre's
           Galileor Jibon (Life of Galileo)
    • Abstract: In 1980, six theatre groups, from the urban "group theatre" movement in Kolkata came together to perform Galileor Jibon (a Bengali translation of Bertolt Brecht's drama Leben des Galilei) under the banner of a repertory, namely the Calcutta Repertory Theatre (CRT).1 Galileor Jibon premiered in November and was performed across theatres in Kolkata.2 The performance was deemed to be an important project involving Fritz Bennewitz, a Brechtian director from the German Democratic Republic (GDR).3 This paper does a cursory analysis of how Bennewitz applied the Brechtian "model" to make "orthodox" Marxist dialectical theatre in the case of Galileor Jibon. By "'orthodox' Marxist" in the context of Leben des Galilei, I am ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Performing Intercultural Trauma: State, Land, and Women in Troy,
           Troy… Taiwan
    • Abstract: In 1997, 2005, and 2015, Taiwan's Golden Bough Theatre performed Troy, Troy… Taiwan in productions at a derelict winery, a historical fort, and an outdoor theatre respectively. Using the form of environmental theatre, the Golden Bough Theatre presented a hybrid version of the Greek Trojan War in Taiwan Minnan (Hokkien, commonly known as Taiwanese) by incorporating forms of Taiwanese Opera, folk songs, popular music elements, and local religious rituals. This creative and innovative combination earned the 1997 production a spot on the Top Ten Performing Arts Events of the year list by The China Times ("Zhongji 1997" 1998). Praised by the renowned choreographer Lin Hwai-min as the "most exciting play" he has ever ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Spaces of Citizenship in Contemporary Singaporean Theatre: Staging the
           2011 General Election
    • Abstract: The 2011 General Election in Singapore saw the ruling People's Action Party (PAP) receive its lowest percentage of the popular vote since independence. The relative success of opposition parties in contesting large constituencies in the face of major political disadvantages and democratic deficits particularly made this election stand out from others in the past (Chong 2012). Voting in elections is often thought of as the paragon of citizens' rights and responsibilities, and indeed, voting is compulsory in Singapore. However, voting and the other rights of citizens codified by the law do not frequently find themselves expressed in practice—other than, that is, the practice of the theatre.Where citizenship takes ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Representing China on the Historical London Stage: From Orientalism to
           Intercultural Performance by Dongshin Chang (review)
    • Abstract: In the epilogue to Representing China on the Historical London Stage, Dongshen Chang jotted down his paradoxical experience of watching Aladdin in London. On the one hand, the play "sets in China and depicts Aladdin as a carefree Chinese boy" (p. 180); on the other hand, "the Aladdin pantos are not really about China at all but rather utilize the clearly artificial Chinaface look to joke, share, and commiserate as an intimate community" (p. 181). Chang's book historicizes this paradox of the presence and absence of Chinese to examine Britain's representations of China in theatre from the late seventeenth century to the early twentieth century. Specifically, Chang tackles two major questions: first, why did the ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Women in Asian Performance: Aesthetics and Politics ed. by Arya Madhavan
           (review)
    • Abstract: In her anthology, Women in Asian Performance: Aesthetics and Politics, Arya Madhavan brings together thirteen essays illustrating the various ways women have been included in, then excluded from, and finally reclaimed their participation in a multiplicity of Asian performance forms. What sets Madhavan's collection apart from other anthologies is that all authors were raised or have spent much of their lives in the performance forms and cultures. This first-hand knowledge brings a richness and authority to the writing that is absent in other research that does not have the same context. Madhavan divides the book into three sections: the first concerns women's erasure from performance traditions, the second addresses ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Embodied Reckonings: "Comfort Women," Performance, and Transpacific
           Redress by Elizabeth W. Son (review)
    • Abstract: During World War II, the Imperial Japanese Army set up "comfort stations" where young women from Japan and occupied territories were drafted to serve in them as military sex slaves. Those women are commonly known as "comfort women." With the number of women estimated at two hundred thousand, this is the biggest institutionalised sexual violence in history. Most of them were from Korea, then Japan's colony. Survivors kept silent for decades as being victims of sexual violence was viewed as shameful. In the early 1990s survivors began to testify, and, together with activists, they have been tirelessly rallying for the Japanese government's formal apology and compensation. In recent years, as public attention to the ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Spatiality of Emotion in Early Modern China: From Dreamscapes to
           Theatricality by Ling Hon Lam (review)
    • Abstract: Emotion is a seemingly inseparable, self-evident element of literature. In recent decades, new insights of affect have been explored in disciplines as diverse as anthropology, cultural studies, geography, psychology, philosophy, gender studies, and sociology. Along with scholars' increased interest in theorizing the affective logic, emotion also has become a major concern in literary study. How does drama provide readers insight into the ways emotions are produced, experienced, and judged in history' How can emotion link to other conversations happening in the humanities' How would the rethinking of emotion shed light on theatre studies beyond the script and the written text' How could it advance a consideration of ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Journey of A Goddess: Chen Jinggu Subdues the Snake Demon transed. by Fan
           Pen Li Chen (review)
    • Abstract: Fan Pen Chen continues to fill in information on Chinese puppetry and folklore studies with this 2017 work that joins her Marionette Plays from Northern China (Albany: SUNY Press, 2017) (reviewed by Annie Rollins in Asian Theatre Journal 35: 230–233) and other works in filling out Chinese puppetry knowledge.Like Victor Mair (1989), Wilt Idema (for example, 2010), and Robin Ruizendaal (2006), Chen takes as her topic under-researched oral/visual texts or performances ("folk" materials). The book provides intriguing elements of complex rituals with semi-obscure meanings that persist in contemporary folk culture. Chen's introduction entices: "Journey of a Goddess is a lively mythology of Chen Jinggu … one of the most ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Staging China: New Theatres in the Twenty-First Century ed. by Li Ruru
           (review)
    • Abstract: In their contribution to Staging China: New Theatres in the Twenty-First Century, joint authors Pu Bo and Yang Zi describe a 2011 performance of The Little Society, a stage production by the Shanghai-based alternative theatre group Grass Stage. The production "attempted to directly impress upon the audience that the theatrical space we were in was a genuine social space. … '[T]he little society' created by the performance is connected to a larger social domain" (p. 204). As a non-state organization of "amateurs" that produces low-budget works about the lives of everyday Chinese, Grass Stage is the exception, not the rule, for Chinese theatre in the twenty-first century. Yet the production encapsulates Staging ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Avant-Garde and the Popular in Modern China: Tian Han and the
           Intersection of Performance and Politics by Liang Luo (review)
    • Abstract: Liang Luo's book, The Avant-Garde and the Popular in Modern China is the pre-eminent resource for information on the Chinese dramatist Tian Han, whose significance to theatre history far exceeds the breadth of previously available English-language material. For this alone, it merits a refresher of the content, particularly as an informal poll of the field suggests more books on socialist theatre history are forthcoming, which will invariably confront the problem of situating Tian Han the politician. Luo's work looks to remain an essential preface to any study of the socialist era, as she covers the genesis and development of Tian Han's artistic and political awakenings from the 1920s to the early 1950s. By ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Translocal Performance in Asian Theatre and Film by Iris H. Tuan (review)
    • Abstract: In her new book, Translocal Performance in Asian Theatre and Film, Iris H. Tuan examines the topic of Asian performance through a translocal lens, inquiring deeply into the invisible ways in which the local has influenced global trends of intercultural performance. The book's thesis, which posits that the "binary opposition between the specific and the universal is gradually disappearing into translocality" (p. 33), is supported by fourteen wide-ranging case studies that illustrate recent intercultural and translocal works for the stage and screen produced and performed in Taiwan. As a professor at Taiwan's National Chiao Tung University, Tuan pulls together an array of current theatre and film works influenced by ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Like Clouds or Mists: Studies and Translations of Nō Plays of the Genpei
           War ed. by Elizabeth Oyler and Michael Watson (review)
    • Abstract: This comprehensive and delightful volume performs several useful tasks and provides an array of plays, some never before translated into English, for study. Beginning at a workshop in 2005 at Washington University in St. Louis to explore the relationship between the Heike Monogatari and nō, the company of scholars gathered both there and for the volume had two key goals: to produce a number of new translations suitable for the college classroom and to "make the plays meaningful through cultural and historic contextualization for generalists and specialists alike" (p. xiii). The volume succeeds in achieving both goals, providing new translations of sixteen nō plays, thirteen readable scholarly essays, and a pair of ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Korean Approach to Actor Training by Jeungsook Yoo (review)
    • Abstract: Among the growing body of works on the application of multicultural and intercultural performance there are few that give intimate details of the contemporary actor's process of preparation. Most of the documentation of creative processes incorporating Asian theatre come from the perspective of teachers or directors. A Korean Approach to Actor Training is a consciously detailed chronicle of the processes one twentyfirst century Korean actor uses.The title, A Korean Approach to Actor Training, implies at least three things. One being that it synthesizes aspects of contemporary Korean theatre as generally practiced by Korean performance artists into an interculturally accessible approach. Another possibility is that ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Rasa Reader by Sheldon Pollock (review)
    • Abstract: The study of theatre and performance revels in theoretical terminology, from alienation to yūgen. Except in sadly superficial reiterations, rasa remains outside of parlance that is not expressly concerned with South Asian art and performance. In early 2018, Columbia University Press issued an affordable paperback edition of Sheldon Pollock's A Rasa Reader, reducing the room for excuses that performance studies scholars offer for not knowing anything of rasa and its history.Rasa could contribute significantly to performance theory, given the way in which performance studies, as a discipline, has turned its attention to the body. But the first paragraph of Pollock's introduction to the book indicates just how ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Traversing Tradition: Celebrating Dance in India ed. by Urmimala Sarkar
           Munsi and Stephanie Burridge (review)
    • Abstract: The anthology Traversing Tradition: Celebrating Dance in India is an ambitious and expansive project; spending time with this collection of insightful essays reveals the global appeal and scope of this anthology. This volume provides a comprehensive overview of the diversity of dance in Asia-Pacific regions while interweaving the historiography of dance and the development of contemporary dance practices in India. This anthology contains an informative forward followed by a preface and twelve chapters, including case studies, historical, and theoretical analysis of dance techniques prevalent in Asia-Pacific.The introduction of this book re-presents the diversities and polarities in contemporary perceptions of ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • This Is How We Dance Now! Performance in the Age of Bollywood and Reality
           Shows by Pallabi Chakravorty (review)
    • Abstract: In this book Pallabi Chakravorty takes on the important work of thinking how reality dance competitions on television changed the way Indians dance and interact with Bollywood in an age of consumerism and cosmopolitan modernity. Coming from a classical dance background and scholarly history she recognizes those forms no longer hold the monopoly on Indian identity and culture, even on a domestic scale. Bollywood dance has always been recognized as a hybrid form (it has long incorporated classical, western, folk, and Latin dance) but its remediation through television since Boogie Woogie debuted in 1996 created new forms and choreographies that she calls "remix aesthetics" in a "copy and paste environment" that pulls ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Islamic Modernities In Southeast Asia: Exploring Indonesian Popular and
           Visual Culture by Leonie Schmidt (review)
    • Abstract: "To be Muslim, is to be modern" is the constant refrain of Leonie Schmidt's wide-reaching work on Indonesia, Islam, and popular culture. Her book is one of several giving attention to Islam and culture in Indonesia. Despite being the world's most populous Muslim country Indonesia is often left out of studies on Islamic culture, which tend to focus on the Arab world. In contrast, Schmidt's field research was carried out in the city of Yogyakarta, a bustling university town that is also popular with tourists; in addition many of her case studies are national or international in scope. The book examines various kinds of media and spaces, including rock music, fashion blogs, self-help books, shopping malls, and art. ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Contemporary Plays from Iraq transed. by A. Al-Azraki and James Al-Shamma
           (review)
    • Abstract: Images of the Middle East and Middle Eastern peoples in the western imagination include visions of never-ending wars, an unstoppable parade of dictatorships, tyranny fueled by religious dogma, and omnipresent chaos. These images, perpetuations of colonial discourse, were emboldened in the past few decades after the 9/11 attacks, the Bush administration's "War on Terror," geopolitical alliances between the west and Middle Eastern dictatorships, and the presidency of Donald Trump with his open xenophobia and Islamophobia. One way to counter this hegemony is a profound representation of the life and culture of the Middle Eastern countries as reflected in local literary traditions, cultural artifacts, and dramatic ... Read More
      Keywords: Tang, Xianzu,; Shakespeare, William,; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; P'ansori; English drama; Chinese drama; Operas, Chinese; Arts, Chinese; Theater; Ritual; Rāsa literature; Repertory theater; Brecht, Bertolt,; Galilei, Galileo,; Trojan War;
      PubDate: 2019-10-05T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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