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Find out more The classics have never been tied by geographical nor linguistic boundaries, and in the case of the Americas long colonial histories have often imposed those boundaries arbitrarily. This compendious volume tracks networks across continents and oceans and uncovers the ways in which the shared histories and practices in the performance arts in the Americas have routinely defied national boundaries. Lavishly illustrated and with contributions from Classicists, Latin American specialists, Theatre and Performance theorists, and historians, there are also interviews with writers, including Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott, Charles Mee, and Anne Carson, and leading theater directors such as Peter Sellars, Carey Perloff, Hector Daniel-Levy, and Heron Coelho. This 52-chapter volume seeks to define the complex contours of the reception of Greek drama in the Americas, and to articulate how these different engagements—at local, national, or trans-continental levels as well as across borders—have been both distinct from each other and from those of Europe and Asia. Hilda's College, University of Oxford Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription. Please subscribe or login to access full text content. If you have purchased a print title that contains an access token, please see the token for information about how to register your code. For questions on access or troubleshooting, please check our FAQs, and if you can''t find the answer there, please contact us. 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To purchase, visit your preferred ebook provider. The study and interpretation of the classics have never been restricted by geographical or linguistic boundaries but, in the case of the Americas, long colonial histories have often imposed such boundaries arbitrarily. This volume tracks networks across continents and oceans and uncovers the ways in which the shared histories and practices in the performance arts in the Americas have routinely defied national boundaries. http://www.otk-alfamos.ru/userfiles/delta-17t-series-manual.xml With contributions from classicists, Latin American specialists, theatre and performance theorists, and historians, the Handbook also includes interviews with key writers, including Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott, Charles Mee, and Anne Carson, and leading theatre directors such as Peter Sellars, Carey Perloff, Hector Daniel-Levy, and Heron Coelho. This richly illustrated volume seeks to define the complex contours of the reception of Greek drama in the Americas, and to articulate how these different engagements - at local, national, or trans-continental levels, as well as across borders - have been distinct both from each other, and from those of Europe and Asia. The Migrant Muse: Greek Drama as Feminist Window on American Identity, 1900-1925, Edith Hall 11. Iphigenia Amongst the Ivies, 1915, Niall W. Slater 12. Treading the Arduous Road to Eleusis, Nationalism and Feminism in Early Post-World War I Canada: Roy Mitchell's 1920 The Trojan Women, Moira Day 13. Greek Theater in Modern Dance: An Alternative Archaeology, Artemis Leontis 14. Eugene O'Neill's Quest for Greek Tragedy, Vassilis Lambropoulos Part IV: The Living Pasts (1925-1970) 15. Choreographing the Classics, Performing Sexual Dissidence, Susan Manning 16. Greek Drama in Mexico, Francisco Barrenechea 17. Moving and Dramatic Athenian Citizenship: Edith Hamilton's Americanization of Greek Tragedy, Judith P. Hallett 18. A New Stage of Laughter for Zora Neale Hurston and Theodore Brown: Lysistrata and the Negro Units of the Federal Theatre Project, Lena Hill 19. Aristophanic Comedy in American Musical Theater, 1925-1969, John Given 20. Cubanizing Greek Drama: Jose Triana's Medea in the Mirror, 1960, Konstantinos Nikoloutsos Part V: Creative Collisions (1948-1968) 21. Revolutionizing Greek Tragedy in Cuba: Virgilio Pinera's Electra Garrigo, 1948, Rosa Andujar 22. Alfredo Dias Gomes' O Pagador de promessas and Antigone's Dilemma, Paul Dixon 23. http://www.bouwdata.net/evenement/boss-gt3-owners-manual-pdf The Darkening of Medea: Geographies of Race, (Dis)Placement and Identity in Agostinho Olavo's Alem do Rio (Medea), Jose de Paiva dos Santos 24. The Frontiers of David Cureses' La frontera, Anibal A. Biglieri 25. Brothers at War: Aeschylus in Cuba 1968 and 2007, Isabelle Torrance Part VI: The Search for the Omni-Americas (1970s-2013) 26. Metaphor and Modernity: American Themes in Herakles and Dionysus in '69, Thomas E. Jenkins 27. Lee Breuer's New American Classicism: The Gospel at Colonus 's Integration Statement, Justine McConnell 28. Afrocentrism or Assimilation: The Case of Rita Dove's The Darker Face of the Earth, Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz 29. The Power of Medea's Sisterhood: America(ns) on the Margins in Cherrie Moraga's The Hungry Woman: A Mexican Medea, Katie Billotte 30. August Wilson and Greek Drama: Blackface Minstrelsy, 'Spectacle' from Aristotle's Poetics, and Radio Golf, Patrice Rankine 31. 'Aeschylus Got Flow!': Afrosporic Greek Tragedy and Will Power's The Seven, Kevin J. Wetmore Jr. 32. Visibility Strategies: Multiple Antigones on the Colombian Twenty-First Century Stage, Moira Fradinger 33. Democratic Appropriations: Lysistrata and Political Activism, Dorota Dutsch 34. Reclaiming Euripides in Harlem, Melinda Powers 35. Oedipus Tyrannus in South America, Maria Florencia Nelli 36. Greek Drama on the West Coast, 1970-2013, Mary-Kay Gamel 37. Performing for Soldiers: Twenty-First Century Experiments in Greek Theater in the U.S., Laura Lodewyck and S. Sara Monoson 38. Greek Tragedy in Canada: Women's Voices and Minority Views, Hallie Rebecca Marshall Part VII: Practioner Perspectives 39. Countee Cullen's Medea: Daniel Banks on Adaptation and Change, Daniel Banks and Patrice Rankine 40. This Bird That Never Settles: A Virtual Conversation with Anne Carson about Greek Tragedy, Yopie Prins 41. An Interview with Heron Coelho, Cesar Gemelli 42. An Interview with Hector Levy-Daniel, Maria Florencia Nelli 43. Charles Mee's '(Re)Making' of Greek Drama, Erin B. https://fjdeboer.com/images/97-saturn-repair-manual.pdf Mee 44. An Interview with Carey Perloff, Margaret Williamson 45. Eclectic Encounters: Staging Greek Tragedy in America, 1973 - 2009, Rush Rehm 46. The Shock of Recognition: Nicholas Rudall's Translation of Greek Drama for the Chicago Stage at Court Theatre, Justine McConnell and Patrice Rankine 47. In Conversation with Peter Sellars: 'What Does Greek Tragedy Mean to You?', Avery Willis Hoffman 48. Women and War, Peggy Shannon 49. Dionysus in 69 in 2009, Shawn Sides 50. Talking Greeks with Derek Walcott, Helen Eastman Afterword 52. Audiences Across the Pond: Oceans Apart or Shared Experiences?, Lorna Hardwick Fiona Macintosh is Director of the Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama (APGRD) and Professor of Classical Reception, University of Oxford Justine McConnell is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the University of Oxford. Patrice Rankine is Dean for the Arts and Humanities and Professor of Classics at Hope College. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. 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The study and interpretation of the classics have never been restricted by geographical or linguistic boundaries but, in the case of the Americas, long colonial histories have often imposed such boundaries arbitrarily. This volume tracks networks across continents and oceans and uncovers the ways in which the shared histories and practices in the performance arts in the Americas have routinely defied national boundaries. With contributions from classicists, Latin American specialists, theatre and performance theorists, and historians, the Handbook also includes interviews with key writers, including Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott, Charles Mee, and Anne Carson, and leading theatre directors such as Peter Sellars, Carey Perloff, Hector Daniel-Levy, and Heron Coelho. This richly illustrated volume seeks to define the complex contours of the reception of Greek drama in the Americas, and to articulate how these different engagements - at local, national, or trans-continental levels, as well as across borders - have been distinct both from each other, and from those of Europe and Asia. show more Fiona Macintosh is Director of the Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama, Professor in Classical Reception at the University of Oxford. Justine McConnell is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the University of Oxford. Patrice Rankine is Dean for the Arts and Humanities and Professor of Classics at Hope College. show more. You can remove the unavailable item(s) now or we'll automatically remove it at Checkout. Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. The study and interpretation of the classics have never been restricted by geographical or linguistic boundaries but, in the case of the Americas, long colonial histories have often imposed such boundaries arbitrarily. This volume tracks networks across continents and oceans and uncovers the ways in which the shared histories and practices in the performance arts in the Americas have routinely defied national boundaries. With contributions from classicists, Latin American specialists, theatre and performance theorists, and historians, the Handbook also includes interviews with key writers, including Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott, Charles Mee, and Anne Carson, and leading theatre directors such as Peter Sellars, Carey Perloff, Hector Daniel-Levy, and Heron Coelho. 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Fiona Macintosh is Director of the Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama (APGRD) and Professor of Classical Reception, University of Oxford Justine McConnell is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the University of Oxford. Patrice Rankine is Dean for the Arts and Humanities and Professor of Classics at Hope College. Um die Gesamtbewertung der Sterne und die prozentuale Aufschlusselung nach Sternen zu berechnen, verwenden wir keinen einfachen Durchschnitt. Stattdessen betrachtet unser System Faktoren wie die Aktualitat einer Rezension und ob der Rezensent den Artikel bei Amazon gekauft hat. Au?erdem analysiert es Rezensionen, um die Vertrauenswurdigkeit zu uberprufen. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience. For a full list of countries we are able to deliver to, please click here. The Oxford Handbook of Greek Drama in the Americas is the first edited collection to discuss the performance of Greek drama across the continents and archipelagos of the Americas. Read more This volume tracks networks across continents and oceans and uncovers the ways in which the shared histories and practices in the performance arts in the Americas have routinely defied national boundaries. The Oxford Handbook of Greek Drama in the Americas Hardback edition by Kathryn Bosher They also explore the practicalities of playing: acquiring scripts, theatres, rehearsing, lighting, music, props, boy actors, and the role of women in an 'all-male' world. The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Wellbeing examines dance and related movement practices from the perspectives of neuroscience and health, community and education, and psychology and sociology to. Through these arguments, it demonstrates how this dance in popular film, television, and online videos can be read and considered through the different bodies and choreographies being shown. Joining junior and senior scholars as well as practitioners in the field, the handbook shows how the recovery of past dances has come to constitute a new branch of contemporary choreographic activity. We welcome criticism as long as it fits within our ' house rules '. Click here to see our full list of house rules. But items marked with Express Delivery or. All delivery options are explained at the checkout.It could be that it's a really popular title and we're simply waiting for the publisher to print and supply more stock. Sometimes, it may be the case that the book is no longer in publication. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of our suppliers are reporting disruption because of staff shortages and transit limitations.By continuing to use our website; you're agreeing to our use of cookies and other terms and conditions around data usage. It could be that it's a really popular title and we're simply waiting for the publisher to print and supply more stock. 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Log in to see the title and access the article. Nes de procedes complexes de reecriture (de mythes, de recits historiques, de sources religieuses et litteraires), ces personnages, qui posent sur scene la question du rapport entre la femme et le pouvoir, mobilisent le jugement des auteurs et du public sur des debats capitaux pour la societe de l’epoque. Par des demarches d’ecriture particulieres, plus ou moins explicites, le theatre tragique se fait ainsi theatre politique, puisqu’il eleve la cite a la dignite d’un spectacle qui s’interroge sur ses mecanismes civiques et culturels. Tragedy was a genre that flourished in Italy in the 16th and 17th century of which numerous examples were dedicated to the eponymous heroines.