Nordic Theatre Studies, vol 31, no.1 “Theatre and Continental Philosophy”

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Nordic Theatre Studies, vol 31, no.1 “Theatre and Continental Philosophy”

Nordic Theatre Studies, vol 31, no.1 “Theatre and Continental Philosophy” is now available for download

See: https://tidsskrift.dk/nts/index

 

Theatre and Continental Philosophy

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editorial 

(S. E. Wilmer and Karen Vedel)

 

‘Suddenly a Stranger Appears’: Walter Benjamin’s Readings of Bertolt Brecht’s Epic Theatre 

Freddie Rokem

 

Hybrids, Chimeras, Aberrant Nuptials: New Modes of Cohabitation in Bioart

Audronė Žukauskaitė

 

Bourdieusian Concepts and the Field of Theatre Criticism

Martynas Petrikas

 

A Literary (Techno)science: The Silent Speech of Erkki Kurenniemi’s 2048 Performance

Wade Hollingshaus

 

Three Phases of Theatrical Public Sphere in Estonian Theatre

Eva-Liisa Linder

 

Performance as Counter-memory: Latvian Theatre Makers’ Re ection on National History  

Zane Radzobe

 

Playing History. Play and Ideology in Spelet om Heilag Olav  

Julie Rongved Amundsen

 

“Theatre Phenomenology” and Ibsen’s The Master Builder  

Daniel Johnston

 

“almost invisible until now”: Antigone, Ismene, and the Dramaturgy of Tragedy  Kristina Hagström-Ståhl



BOOK REVIEW

Hvad med teaterhistorien? (What about Theatre History?) Edited by Erik Hvidt and Per Lykke. 

Reviewed by Rikard Hoogland

 

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