Turning Points and Continuity. Reformulating Questions to the Archives - special issue of Nordic Theatre Studies

31 December, 2017 by Erik Mattsson | 0 comments

Turning Points and Continuity. Reformulating Questions to the Archives - special issue of Nordic Theatre Studies

Turning Points and Continuity: Reformulating Questions to the Archives – special issue of Nordic Theatre Studies, 29.1, 2017, edited by Erik Mattsson.

Under the title Turning Points and Continuity: Reformulating Questions to the Archives, this special issue of Nordic Theatre Studies gathers articles emanating from a joint research project - as well as articles by invited guest writers - all dealing with the period 1880-1925. The project, and consequently also this collection of articles, centres on the twofold task of re-examining the period of the so-called modern breakthrough in performing arts and to rethink the historiographical approach, thereby adding to the theoretical and methodological toolbox of historical research.

Nordic Theatre Studies is the leading academic journal for theatre researchers in the Nordic and Baltic countries and for all scholars writing about theatre and performance related to these countries. Nordic Theatre Studies is an Open Access journal and can be read here: https://tidsskrift.dk/nts.

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