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Staging International Feminisms

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ISBN-10: 1403987017

ISBN-13: 9781403987013

Edition: 2007

Authors: Sue-Ellen Case, Elaine Aston, Elaine Aston

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This new volume in the Studies in International Performance series looks at feminism's engagement with and relationship to global change. The contributors attempt to develop a global scholarly dialogue by using examples from a range of countries (Israel, Japan, Korea, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Italy) as well as more familiar perspectives from the US and UK. The book aims to show a variety of performance practices which are considered to be 'feminist' from a large number of representative countries and locales.
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Book details

List price: $54.99
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan Limited
Publication date: 10/17/2007
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 232
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.69" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

Born in 1942, Sue-Ellen Case earned her Bachelor and Master degrees at San Francisco State University before obtaining her Ph.D. at Berkeley. In 1990, after teaching drama at the University of Washington, Case joined the staff at the University of California, Riverside, as an English professor. Case's groundbreaking book, Feminism and Theatre, discusses radical and materialist feminism and its place in feminist theatre. Some of Case's other books include Divided Home/Land: Contemporary German Women's Plays and The Domain-Matrix: Performing Lesbian at the End of Print Culture. Case also edited and wrote the forward to the book, Split Britches, which traces the history of the world's first…    

List of Figures
Series Editor's Preface
Notes on the Contributors
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Mind Yourself: On Soundwalking, Race and Gender
Globalising Neoliberalism, Travelling Feminisms: Pollesch@Prater
The Queer Globe Itself
Actress Stories: Binodini and Amal Allana
Stockholm Interventions: Feminist Activist Performance
Women's Writing for Performance Project: 'Making' a Feminist Intervention
Reconstructing a Diasporic Female Self in O Kyong-Sook's Dictee - A Speaking Woman
Giving Back to Judith: Laura Curino's Una stanza tutta per me / A Room of My Own
Anticipating Globalisation: Rosamond Gilder and the International Theatre Institute
Exile and the Elusive Qualities of Time
Cultural Memory in El Septimo Cielo: An Inter-cultural Staging of Caryl Churchill's Cloud Nine
Stretching Medea to Postmodern Sensibilities
A Journey towards Sensitisation and Empowerment: Feminist Performance and Intervention Theatre in the City of Jaipur
The Demon's Nuns: Petrona de la Cruz Cruz and Isabel Juarez Espinosa (Mexico)
Reflection on the Work that is Being Done within FOMMA with Respect to Women, Gender and Patriarchy, Change, New Generations and New Technologies
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Reflections on My Literary Performance Theatre: A Manifesto for Nigerian Women
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