Staging International Feminisms by E. AstonStaging International Feminisms by E. Aston

Staging International Feminisms

byE. AstonEditorS. Case

Paperback | October 17, 2007

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This is a landmark anthology of international feminist theatre research. A three-part structure orientates readers through Cartographies of feminist critical navigations of the global arena; the staging of feminist Interventions in a range of international contexts; and Manifestos for today's feminist practitioners, activists and academics.
FAWZIA AFZAL-KHAN is Professor at Montclair State University, New Jersey, USA CHARLOTTE CANNING is Professor of Theatre and Dance at the University of Texas at Austin, USA ELIN DIAMOND is Professor of English at Rutgers University, USA JILL DOLAN holds the Zachary T. Scott Family Chair in Drama in the Department of Theatre and Dance at...
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Title:Staging International FeminismsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:232 pages, 21.6 × 14 × 0.17 inPublished:October 17, 2007Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1349541133

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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations Series Preface Notes on Contributors Introduction; E.Aston & S-E.Case PART ONE: CARTOGRAPHIES Bloody Aprons: Suzan-Lori Parks, Deborah Warner and Feminist Performance in the Age of Globalization; E.Diamond Mind Yourself: On Soundwalking, Race and Gender; K.Shimakawa Globalizing Neoliberalism, Travelling Feminisms: Pollesch@Prater; K.Sieg The Queer Globe Itself; S-E.Case PART TWO: INTERVENTIONS Actress Stories: Binodini and Amal Allana; B.Dutt Stockholm Interventions: Feminist Activist Performance; T.Rosenberg Women's Writing for Performance Project: 'Making' a Feminist Intervention; E.Aston Reconstructing a Diasporic Female Self in O Kyong-Sook's Dictee - A Speaking Woman; J-S.Shim Giving Back to Judith: Laura Curino's Una stanza tutta per me/ A Room of My Own; R.Gandolfi Anticipating Globalization: Rosamond Gilder and the International Theatre Institute; C.Canning Exile and the Elusive Qualities of Time; J.Holledge Cultural Memory in El Séptimo Cielo : An International Staging of Caryl Churchill's Cloud Nine; N.Hernando-Real Stretching Medea to Postmodern Sensibilities; E.Sakellaridou A Journey Towards Sensitisation and Empowerment: Feminist Performance and Intervention Theatre in the City of Jaipur; A.Pande The Demon's Nuns: Petrona de la Cruz Cruz and Isabel Juárez Espinosa (Mexico); D.Taylor PART THREE: MANIFESTOS Reflection on the work that is being done within FOMMA with respect to women, gender and patriarchy, change, new generations and new technologies; I.J.Espinosa MAKE SOMETHING: a manifesto for making performance about making change; L.Weaver & P.Shaw Pakistani Muslim Theatre at Home and Abroad: A Critical Manifesto for a Feminist Home-Coming; F.Afzal-Khan Reflections on My Literary Performance Theatre: A Manifesto for Nigerian Women; I.I.Salami-Agunloye A Manifesto for an Israeli She Monster; Y.Feiler Feminist Performance and Utopia: A Manifesto; J.Dolan Bibliography

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'One of the achievements of Staging International Feminisms is its impressive encapsulation of the potential of theatre...the articles in this very useful collection are well written, and are persuasively and passionately argued...collectively, the chapters bring a richness of experience and theory to each analysis...Staging International Feminisms is an excellent compendium of twenty-first century international feminisms in a broad context of performance. Its range of performance contexts locates multiple interpretations of feminism, but throughout, it offers theoretically sophisticated arguments and practical, community - based work that look towards a better future.' Joanne Tompkins, University of Queensland, Contemporary Theatre Review