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Theatre in the context of the Yugoslav wars / Jana Dolečki, Senad Halilbašić, Stefan Hulfeld editors.

Dolečki, Jana (redaktör/utgivare)
Halilbašić, Senad (redaktör/utgivare)
Hulfeld, Stefan (redaktör/utgivare)
ISBN 9783319988924
Publicerad: Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Copyright: © 2018
Engelska xvii, 339 sidor
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  • Innehåll: Testimony Borka Pavićević / Borka Pavićević -- Stages of denial: state-funded theatres in Serbia and the Yougoslav wars / Irena Šentevska - Bosnia and Herzefonina's national theatres in the context of language politics during the war / Senad Halilbašić -- Testimony Amela Kreso / Amela Kreso -- Theatre as resistnace: the Dodona theatre in Kosovo / Jeton Neziraj -- War discourse on institutional stages: Serbian theatre 1991-1995 / Ksenija Radulović -- Theatre on the front lines: Ad Hoc Cabaret in Croatia, 1991-1992 / Jana Dolečki -- Within and beyond theatre: President Tuđman's birthday celebration at the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb / Lada Čale Feldman -- Testimony Snježana Banović / Snježana Banović -- Culture of dissent, art of rebellion: the psychiatric hospital as a theatre stage in the work of Zorica Jevremović / Milena Dragićević Šešić -- Theatre of diversity and avant-garde in late socialist Yugoslavia and beyond: paradoxes of the disintegration and cultural subversion / Ana Dević -- Testimony Borut Šeparović / Borut Šeparović -- The theatre exchange between Slovenia and the republics of former Yugoslavia in the 1990s / Barbara Orel -- Fording the stream of conscience: Peter Handke's river journeys / Branislav Jakovljević -- Testimony Nihad Kreševljaković / Nihad Kreševljaković -- Stategies for challenging official mythologies in war trauma plays: the Croatian playwright Ivan Vidić / Darko Lukić - Postmodern Antigones: women in black and the performance of involuntary memory / Aleksandra Jovićević -- Testimony Dino Mustafić / Dino Mustafić. 
  • This book assembles texts by renowned academics and theatre artists who were professionally active during the wars in former Yugoslavia. It examines examples of how various forms of theatre and performance reacted to the conflicts in Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, and Kosovo while they were ongoing. It explores state-funded National Theatre activities between escapism and denial, the theatre aesthetics of protest and resistance, and symptomatic shifts and transformations in the production of theatre under wartime circumstances, both in theory and in practice. In addition, it looks beyond the period of conflict itself, examining the aftermath of war in contemporary theatre and performance, such as by considering Ivan Vidić’s war trauma plays, the art campaigns of the international feminist organization Women in Black, and Peter Handke’s play Voyage by Dugout. The introduction explores correlations between the contributions and initiates a reflection on the further development of the research field. Overall, the volume provides new perspectives and previously unpublished research in the fields of theory and historiography of theatre, as well as Southeast European Studies 

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Teater och samhälle  (sao)
Kriget i Jugoslavien 1991-1995  (sao)
Theater and society  (LCSH)
Yugoslav War, 1991-1995  (LCSH)
Jugoslavien 

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Samlingsverk  (saogf)

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Ika Teater: allmänt

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