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“‘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|
Congressional Briefing: Globalization and the Humanities in the Twenty-first Century
12-minute video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILMLjDVKNO4 Globalization and the Humanities in the Twenty-first Century Congressional Briefing by Alexander Huang —————————————– Some people […]
|Alexa Alice Joubin||24 May 2013||24 May 2013||advocacy, congressional briefing, Cultural Revolution, digital humanities, global Shakespeare, globalization, Hamlet, humanities, Julius Caesar, Nelson Mandela, Robben Island Prison, Shakespeare, Taiwan, to be or not to be, U.S. Congress, Wu Ningkun|