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Performative Inter-Actions in African Theatre 1
Performative Inter-Actions in African Theatre 1: Diaspora Representations and the Interweaving of Cultures. Edited by. Kene Igweonu and Osita Okagbue .... Enacting the Nation: Transculturation, Performativity and the Construction of National Identity in Juliohs Siza and Moses, Citizen and Me. JOANNA SPOONER . Chapter ...
Poetics of Denial
generously joined my Thesis Committee in the last couple of years of my studies, and helped me through ..... coins the term imagined theatre, echoing recent nationalist theories: “It is worth bearing in mind that just as ..... concepts, such as nation, national identity, and national identity crisis, colonialism and post- colonialism ...
Investing in cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue: UNESCO
Through this World Report, UNESCO wishes to build on the advances of recent years and in particular to emphasize that cultural diversity has as its corollary ... While the. 'traditional' cultural sectors (such as book sales or cinema, theatre, and concert attendance) seem for the moment to be spared by the 'crisis', it is.
Interculturalism at the crossroads: comparative perspectives on
UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the .... Dialogue, conflict and transformation: concepts and context 65. —. Mike Hardy and Serena Hussain. 4. ... identity studies and her knowledge of social cultural and critical theory supports her research and ...
National Identity, Popular Culture and Everyday Life
the everyday performances which often unreflexively consolidate national identity . By identifying popular ..... the nation is imagined in, for instance, music hall and theatre, popular music, festivities, architecture, fashion, ... 8 –. National Identity through which the nation is (re)produced and thereby reduces the rich complexity .
Citizenship and the Right to the Global City: Reimagining the
Reimagining the Capitalist World Order ... citizenship is valuable for both reimagining traditional citizenship and resisting capitalist social relations. ..... Perhaps the greater share of the scholarship on the rescaling of citizenship has focused on forms of citizenship at scales larger than the national. Numerous studies of.
UC San Diego
Jan 1, 2008 ... The contradiction of the modern Cuban nation : the institutionalization of a national hybrid identity, danza moderna, and spaces ..... project was central to redefining and “re-imagining” notions of Cuban national identity. ..... author and professor of performance and theater studies comments: Performance, in ...
Anthropology on New Terrain
concepts—“imagined communities” and “the public sphere” respectively— offered means ...... The use of the term “imaginary” as a dimension of national identity con- .... 1995. Television, Ethnicity, and Cultural Change. London: Routledge. Ginsburg, Faye. 1991. Indigenous Media: Faustian Contract or Global Village? Cul-.
HUNGARIAN STUDIES 21. Nemzetközi Magyar Filológiai Társaság
Zoltán Imre: Nations, Identities, and Theatres: Reflections on the Concepts of National Theatre in Europe. 239. Mihály Szegedy-Maszák: The Intellectual and Cultural Scene in the Dual. Monarchy. 261. Péter Hajdu: Hungarian Writers of the Military Mission of Austria-Hungary in the Balkans. 297. John Miska: Hungarica ...
Staging Geographies and the Geographies of Staging: Space and
(i) Cultural Geography and Re-thinking Space. 28 .... National Theatre. Archive. 142. Fig. 16 Richard II 1995. Dir. Deborah Warner. Des. Hildegard Bechtler. Photograph Donald. Cooper. Designing Shakespeare. 143. Fig. ..... theatre, performance studies, and geography revolves around the view that performance is not.
Research on American Nationalism: Review of the Literature
May 1, 2008 ... vast range of ways in which Americans have imagined the nation in which they reside, a diversity ... 1 American surveys and public opinions polls employ a number of concepts related to nationalism, such as patriotism and .... Early research on American national identity sought to capture the essence of the.
Reimagining Cubanidad: Transnational and Alternative Spaces in
Jun 1, 2016 ... Silot Bravo, Eva, "Reimagining Cubanidad: Transnational and Alternative Spaces in Contemporary Cuban Cultural Production" ..... However, given my studies of music on the island and my subsequent diplomatic .... of transnational practices and narratives on nations and national identities in a global.
Cinema Regarding Nations. Re-imagining Armenian, Kurdish, and Palestinian national identity in film. Thesis awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 2007 ..... resources (a projectionist and a movie theatre) for viewing some of the rarer films .... In Chapter 2, I go beyond this simplified account of Anderson's concepts to.
The Negotiation of Space in Site-Specific Performance
Kevin Hetherington's that "certain spaces act as sites for the performance of identity". (1998: 105) or that of ..... theatre and performance studies, a discussion of critical sources has the potential to become a dissertation ..... thesis, imagining a space where these excursions, maps, explorations and negotiations might become ...
CURRICULUM VITAE RESEARCH
2011 (Spring): Acting Associate Head, Department of Performance Studies, Texas A&M University. 2009 (Fall): Acting ... (The Idea of the Theatre,. Chapter Two) reprinted in Medieval Drama: Critical Concepts in Literary and Cultural Studies, ed. ... Lance Gharavi (New York: Routledge Advances in Theatre and. Performance ...
history of Lithuanian culture
nificant development stages of Lithuanian ethnic culture, art, theatre and litera- ture of the 20th century. Ethnologist Assoc. Prof. Dalia Senvaitytė presents the concepts of modern na- tional culture and national identity, discusses Lithuanian ethnographic regions and the changes of ethnic traditions until the present days by ...
Queer Transnationality: Narrative, Theatre, and Performance Across
May 19, 2014 ... Perkins, Alexandra G., "Queer Transnationality: Narrative, Theatre, and Performance Across Temporal, Spatial, and Social ..... Caribbean Diaspora Studies, Transnational Studies, Performance Studies, and Theories of ...... understanding how transnationality is shifting conceptions of nation and national.
Refugee Theatre: Melodrama and Modernity's Loss
Bratton, New Readings in Theatre History, Theatre and Performance Theory ( Cambridge: Cambridge. University Press, 2003) ... force in the creation of modern conceptions of family, gender, race, and nation. No ... Abelmann, South Korean Golden Age Melodrama: Gender, Genre, and National Cinema (Detroit: Wayne State.
Cooperation and Conflict
Jun 22, 2011 ... Cathal McCall, School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy, Queen's University Belfast (QUB),. University Road .... for instance, music hall and theatre, popular music,10 festivals, architecture, fashion, spaces ... For Hobsbawm, national communities are imagined and re-imagined through the.
Liveness: Performance in a mediatized culture, Second Edition
formance such as theatre, rock music, sport, and courtroom testimony, Liveness ... for Performance Studies (2007) and edited Performance: Critical Concepts in ... by Routledge. This edition published 2008 by Routledge. 2 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 4RN. Simultaneously published in the USA and ...