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‘The look that gropes the objects’: Derrida’s Photographs

‘The look that gropes the objects’: Derrida’s Photographs   Permit me to begin with a few snapshots; allow these to […]

Julian Wolfreys 3 August 2016 3 August 2016 death, Derrida, memory, photography, trace
“New Document”
Katherine Kim 23 October 2014 23 October 2014
“Part-Object”: Response to MLA 15 Panel on Aging and the Posthuman

Jen Boyle: Response to Panel, Aging and the Posthuman 

Jen Boyle 10 January 2015 10 January 2015
“‘What Country, Friends, Is This?’: Touring Shakespeares, Agency, and Efficacy in Theatre Historiography,” Theatre Survey 54.1 (January 2013): pp. 51-85.

Full text: http://www.gwu.edu/~acyhuang/Publications/HuangTS2013.pdf Abstract: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=8802827&fulltextType=RA&fileId=S0040557412000415 Touring theatre is a place where theatre studies and globalization come into contact. In this second […]

Alexa Alice Joubin 4 January 2013 28 January 2014 artistic and moral agency, Coriolanus, cultural translation, Edinburgh Festival, efficacy, globalization, Globe-to-Globe, Hamlet, Richard III, Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare, The Tempest, theatre historiography, touring theatre, Twelfth Night
“Back to Shame: A Talk About Reproduction, Violated Rights, and the ‘Traditional Family’ ”

Today at New York University: https://gendertransformationeurope.wordpress.com/

Catalina Florina Florescu 16 February 2018 16 February 2018
“Caviar or Marmalade? Reassessing Nöel Coward” Special Session #MLA16 7 Jan 12:00-1:15 PM

“Caviar or Marmalade? Reassessing Nöel Coward” considers anew a central figure of twentieth-century popular culture, reading as literature and appreciating […]

Samuel Lyndon Gladden 22 July 2015 23 July 2015 identity, marginality, mla16, Noël Coward, Special Session, theatre, Wilde
“Chapter 3: Yukio Ninagawa.” Brook, Hall, Ninagawa, Lepage: Great Shakespeareans 18 vols. Vol. 18. Edited by Peter Holland. London: Bloomsbury, 2013. pp. 79-112.

Full Text: http://www.gwu.edu/~acyhuang/Publications/Huang_Ninagawa_Holland.pdf   EXCERPT from the chapter. Full text available on my website   Chapter 3 Yukio Ninagawa   […]

Alexa Alice Joubin 22 September 2013 22 September 2013 adaptation, Asia, global Shakespeare, Japan, Kabuki, Kyogen, Noh, performance, Shingeki, translation, Yukio Ninagawa
“Hans Scholz’s Am grünen Strand der Spree. Witnessing and Representing the Holocaust.”

“Hans Scholz’s Am grünen Strand der Spree. Witnessing and Representing the Holocaust.” Neophilologus 93 (2009): 311-324. You can read this […]

Norbert Puszkar 5 December 2016 5 December 2016
“Mascha Kaléko’s Lyrisches Stenogrammheft: Schopenhauer in the Metropolis.”

“Mascha Kaléko’s Lyrisches Stenogrammheft: Schopenhauer in the Metropolis.” Neophilologus 98 (2014): 111-127. You can read this article by me on […]

Norbert Puszkar 5 December 2016 5 December 2016
“Race, Difference, and Public Space”, 43rd Annual American Studies Symposium, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, April 28-29, 2018

Call for Papers 43rd Annual American Studies Symposium “Race, Difference, and Public Space” Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, April 28-29, […]

Ahmed Idrissi Alami 31 January 2018 31 January 2018 Difference, Public Space, race
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