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Theatre at the intersection of reflection: An Anthology of Contemporary Polish Theatre Theory

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Antologie přibližuje polskou reflexi divadla, především v posledních dvou, tří desetiletí, která je i v mezinárodním srovnání charakteristická svou nespornou specifičností, odbornou kompetencí a aktuálností. Je odrazem jak vitality a originality tamějšího divadla, tak i široké odborné základny polské teatrologie a její otevřenosti podnětům a inspiracím současné teorie, metodologie a interdisciplinárnosti.

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Autor: Jan Roubal
Nakladatel: Arts and Theatre Institute
Tvůrci: Jan Roubal (ed.) Wojciech Baluch, Mariusz Bartosiak, Zygmunt Bauman, Wojciech Dudzik, Mirosław Kocur, Leszek Kolankiewicz, Dariusz Kosiński, Tadeusz Kowzan, Anna Krajewska, Tomasz Kubikowski, Krzystof Pleśniarowicz, Zbigniew Raszewski, Dobrochna Ratajczakowa, Grzegorz Sinko, Irena Sławińska, Malgorzata Sugiera, Sławomir Świontek, Eleonora Udalska, Ewa Wąchocka, Andrzej Wirth
Jazyk: czech
ISBN: 978-80-7008-403-8
EAN: 9788070084038
Rok vydání: 2018
Vazba: V2
Edice: mimo edice
Oddělení: kabinet
Počet stran: 582
SKU: 45392762 Category:

Description

Anthology presents Polish reflection on theatre, especially in the last two or three
decades, which is characteristic even in international comparison for its
indisputable specificity, professional competence and topicality. It reflects both
the vitality and originality of the local theatre, as well as the broad professional
of Polish theatre studies and its openness to suggestions and inspirations
contemporary theory, methodology and interdisciplinarity. The selection of twenty-six
texts by twenty authors seek to bring symptomatic theoretical approaches to
to theatre as a distinct art, but also to its broader
socio-cultural and cultural anthropological contexts. In addition to methodological
theatre theory, historiography, criticism,
dramaturgy and approaches to acting, the anthology offers a selection of works
inspired by phenomenology, semiotics, cognitivism, and gender studies,
theatre anthropology and performance studies. In many respects, it can thus be
a useful and provocative, but also complementary contribution
to a similar search for new paths in our contemporary domestic theatre studies.

 

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Weight 0.68 kg
Dimensions 2 × 13 × 21 cm
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