6 edition of Performing Race and Torture on the Early Modern Stage found in the catalog.
August 2, 2007 by Routledge .
Written in English
Routledge Studies in Renaissance Literature and Culture
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|Number of Pages||192|
Due to limited availability, we strongly advise to secure these rooms when registering as they cannot be booked retrospectively. Action as agency: How might an embodied approach to Shakespeare promote wellbeing? Or must the play exist as a museum piece of a bygone history and culture, and of bygone cultural constructions? Kim F.
Indeed, many teachers are already hungry for this kind of professional development. At Reed, Gronke teaches courses on political behavior, political institutions, and social science research methods. He has published a book, The Electorate, The Campaign, and the Vote Michigan University Press,as well as articles in many prestigious journals and edited volumes. Would you please consider becoming a Crossroads Associate? McKay received a Ph. What really works?
On mentoring and people of color, see Harrison. Thus, there is a chicken-and-egg problem: There are very few dissertation directors, committee members, and mentors of color in medieval and early modern studies, so graduate students of color opt to do research in later periods where they see more representation among the faculty and their peers, and these graduate students of color receive greater opportunities for mentorship and collaboration in these later fields, therefore pre- and early modern studies continue to remain oh so white. The conference will explore new ways of putting Shakespeare into action looking at the intersections between Shakespearean texts and performances, disciplinary innovation, and the multiple ways in which these interact with history, politics and culture. Henderson Diana E. Abstracts words and a short biography to be submitted by 15 January to bsa surrey.
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Read this penetrating study to find out - it's an intellectual delight. Rebecca Steffy is a poet, scholar, and community builder with a broad range of experience in non-profit administration. Take a deep breath. This major international conference invites academics, practitioners, and educators from across the world to consider how we might utilise new interdisciplinary approaches to develop innovative ways of performing, writing about, and teaching Shakespeare.
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This diachronic frame of reference is intended to establish continuity between contemporary and early modern constructions of race; like the scenes of torture performed on the Restoration stage, the Abu Ghraib images manipulate bodies in order to suggest a particular interpretation of race.
She was the President of the Shakespeare Association of America. Via an interdisciplinary focus, this seminar aims to explore Shakespeare on Asian screens in a variety of registers — cinematic adaptation, manga cartoon, citation or fragment and filmed performance.
White producers produce the works. With a few notable exceptions, early modern scholars have not consistently wed gender and race studies as effectively as those working on later periods.
How do "social determinants" of health enter this picture? But I also resist it with my entire being. Imbricated within Thompson's link between early modern and contemporary conceptions of race is her refutation of the view that "race simply was not a factor on the Restoration stage" But racial stereotypes of the 17th century create some discomfort among 21st century audiences.
Following the recent cognitive turn in Shakespeare studies, scholars have started to focus on how the plays represent cognitive and neurological decision-making processes.
Many of the voices of our region have already fallen silent, but he will highlight steps underway to combat the crisis on the local level. Guillory, John.Dec 27, · [Various contributors; implications of race in casting and modern performance of early theater.] Thompson, Ayanna.
Performing Race and Torture on the Early Modern Stage (London: Routledge, ). [Medieval contexts discussed throughout.] Thompson, Lloyd A.
Romans and Blacks (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ).Cited by: 6. From the beginning of her academic career, Thompson has been a trailblazer, especially in her scholarship on early modern race studies. Her first book, “Performing Race and Torture on the Early Modern Stage” (), was a historicist examination of explicit, staged depictions of torture; Theatre Journal said the volume “cover(ed) valuable.
Ayanna Thompson is the author of Teaching Shakespeare with Purpose ( avg rating, 9 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Colorblind Shakespeare ( 4/5. Theatre for a New Audience has established a Council of Scholars to expand the scope and depth of the Theatre’s humanities programs.
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Sep 13, · Performing Race and Torture on the Early Modern Stage provides the first sustained reading of Restoration plays through a performance theory lens. This approach shows that an analysis of the conjoined performances of torture and race not only reveals the early modern interest in the nature of racial identity, but also how race was initially coded in a paradoxical fashion as both essentially Cited by: