CDE - Contemporary Drama in English, Volume 5:
Werner Huber, Martin Middeke (Eds.)
Anthropological Perspectives


Werner Huber / Martin Middeke: Introduction

Richard Allen Cave: Engendering Confusion

David Edgar: From Babel to Pentecost: Language and Culture in the Liminal Zone

Margarete Rubik: The Bacchae in Modern English Drama

Stephanie Kramer: Imaging / Imagining Women's Lives: Biography in Contemporary Women's Drama

Stuart Marlow: Hovering Between the Post-Colonial and the Pastoral: Brian Friel's Dancing at Lughnasa

Anja Oed: Staging Ritual in Contemporary Nigerian Drama: Wole Soyinka's Death and the King's Horseman and Tess Akaeke Onwueme's The Broken Calabash

Albert-Reiner Glaap: Anguished Human Relations and the Search for Love: Plays by Canadian Writers Brad Fraser, Judith Thompson and Dianne Warren

Markus Wessendorf: Richard Foreman's Theatrical Deconstruction of the Neo-Ritualistic Theatre of the Sixties

Thomas Leuchtenmüller: The Role of Rituals in August Wilson's Drama

Johan Callens: FinISHed Story: Elisabeth LeCompte's Intercultural Take on Time and Work

Klaus Stierstorfer: Life into Theatre - Theatre into Living: Dramatherapy and its Interface with Drama and Theatre Studies

Fritz-Wilhelm Neumann: Cyberspace:The Impact of Information Technology on the Stage

Nicholas Arnold: 'Come and Expel the Green Pain'- The Shamanic and Ecstatic Features of Trance-Dance in Rave Culture


ISBN 3-88476-298-2, 211 S., kt., 20,00 (1998)


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