Women''s Intercultural Performance.

By: Holledge, JulieContributor(s): Tompkins, JoanneMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2002Edition: 1Description: 1 online resource (238 p.)ISBN: 9780203136652Subject(s): Intercultural communication | Rites and ceremonies | Women in the performing arts | Women in the performing artsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Women''s Intercultural PerformanceDDC classification: 305.42 | 791/.082 LOC classification: PN1590.W64 H65 2000ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Book Cover; Title; Contents; List of plates; Acknowledgements; Introduction: culture, feminism, theatre; Narrative trajectories: A Doll''s House and Antigone; Ritual translocations: Kim Kum hwa and Warlpiri women; Layering space: staging and remembering ''home''; Intercultural bodies: meetings in the flesh; Intercultural markets: the female body and censorship; Conclusion; Notes; References; Index
Summary: This is the first in-depth examination of contemporary intercultural performance by women around the world. Contemporary feminist performance is explored in the contexts of current intercultural practices, theories and debates.
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Book Cover; Title; Contents; List of plates; Acknowledgements; Introduction: culture, feminism, theatre; Narrative trajectories: A Doll''s House and Antigone; Ritual translocations: Kim Kum hwa and Warlpiri women; Layering space: staging and remembering ''home''; Intercultural bodies: meetings in the flesh; Intercultural markets: the female body and censorship; Conclusion; Notes; References; Index

This is the first in-depth examination of contemporary intercultural performance by women around the world. Contemporary feminist performance is explored in the contexts of current intercultural practices, theories and debates.

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Julie Holledge is Director of the Drama Centre at Flinders University, Australia. Joanne Tompkins is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English at the University of Queensland, Australia.

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