National Theatres in a Changing Europe

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S. Wilmer
Springer, 2008. febr. 21. - 275 oldal
Examining the ways in which national theatres have formed and evolved over time, this new collection highlights the difficulties these institutions encounter today, in an environment where nationalism and national identity are increasingly contested by global, transnational and local agendas, and where economic forces create conflicting demands.
 

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Introduction
1
BACKGROUND AND OVERVIEW
6
FORMATION FUNCTION LANGUAGE ISSUES AND IDEOLOGICAL CONTROL
61
NEW FUNCTIONS AND STRUCTURES IN A CHANGING EUROPE
151
CHALLENGES FOR THE TWENTYFIRST CENTURY
215
Index
245
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MARVIN CARLSON is Sidney E. Cohn Professor of Theatre and Comparative Literature at the Graduate Center, City University of New York, USA MICHAEL COVENEY is a London theatre critic PATRICIA GABORIK is a teacher and translator in Rome, Italy RIKARD HOOGLAND teaches and researches at the Department of Theatre Studies, Stockholm University, Sweden THOMAS IRMER teaches at the Freie Universität Berlin, John F. Kennedy Institut, Germany DRAGAN KLAIC teaches arts and cultural policies at Leiden University, Netherlands EDGARAS KLIVIS is a lecturer at Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania PIRKKO KOSKI is Professor at the Department of Theatre Research in the Institute of Art Research at the University of Helsinki, Finland LOREN KRUGER teaches at the University of Chicago, USA BEN LEVITAS is Senior Lecturer in Drama at Goldsmith's College, University of London, UK JULIA LISTENGARTEN is Associate Professor of Theatre and Director of Graduate Studies at the University of Central Florida, USA BRUCE MCCONACHIE is Professor and chair of Theatre Arts at the University of Pittsburgh, USA FRANK PEETERS is Professor and head of department at the University of Antwerp, Belgium JANELLE REINELT is Professor of Theatre and Performance at University of Warwick, UK WILLMAR SAUTER is Professor of Theatre Studies at Stockholm University, Sweden LAURENCE SENELICK is Fletcher Professor of Drama and Oratory at Tufts University, USA KIRSTEN SHEPHERD-BARR is a University Lecturer in English and Modern Drama and tutorial fellow of St Catherine's College, University of Oxford, UK KALINA STEFANOVA is Associate Professor at the National Academy of Theare and Film Arts, Sofia, Bulgaria BARBARA SU EC-MICHIELI is Assistant Professor of Theatre History at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia DAVID WHITTON is Professor and Head of European Languages& Cultures at Lancaster University, UK

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