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Neoliberalism and Global Theatres

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Zusatztext "There is much to recommend in this impressive book! and the many critical approaches it synthesises are impossible to summarise in a short review." - Louise Owen! Contemporary Theatre Review "Neoliberalism and Global Theatre invites the reader to think about Neoliberalism not only as an economic system! but also as a complex structure that carries specific modes of performances! which hegemony affects the ways art is produced! consumed! promoted and managed." - Camila González Ortiz! Emesférica "...this is a timely and important text. It is! furthermore! a monumental accomplishment on the part of its editors! one that is already assisting the development of further research in our field about topics as wide-ranging as sexuality! tourism! disability! biopolitics! technocracy! surveillance! the art world! and more." - Joseph Cermatori! Modern Drama "This colossal collection is rich! densely packed! and thought-provoking with a vast range across history! but especially across performance forms and practices and geopolitical contexts... I am aware that the delivery of this summary of Nielsen and Ybarra's book might have a whiplash-like effect! but the book does too. In the book at least! the advantages of that effect are manifest! piling one detailed! located example of neoliberalized conditions and acts of resistance on top of another to demonstrate powerfully and affectingly how much damage those conditions can exact! but also how much potential to counter that damage is offered by so many varieties of theatre and performance in so many distinct situations." - Jen Harvie! Theatre Journal Informationen zum Autor PATRICK ANDERSON Associate Professor, University of California, San Diego, USA SEBASTIAN CALDERON BENTIN Ph.D. student, Stanford University, USA CATHERINE M. COLE Professor of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies, University of California, Berkeley, USA THOMAS F. DEFRANTZ Professor of Dance and African American Studies, Duke University, USA MAY JOSEPH Professor of Social Science and Cultural Studies, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York, USA MICHAL KOBIALKA Professor of Theatre in the Department of Theatre Arts and Dance, University of Minnesota, USA DIYAH LARASATI Assistant Professor in Theatre Arts and Dance, University of Minnesota, USA ENG-BENG LIM Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies, Brown University, USA JISHA MENON Assistant Professor of Drama at Stanford University, USA MARGARET OLSEN Associate Professor, Macalester College, USA KHAI THU NGUYEN James Gray Lecturer in Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies, UC Berkeley, USA JON D. ROSSINI Associate Professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance, University of California, Davis, USA DAVID SAVRAN Distinguished Professor of Theatre, Graduate Center of the City University of New York, USA KAREN SHIMAKAWA Associate Professor of Performance Studies, Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, USA NITZA TENENBLAT University of Brasília, Brazil MARGARET WERRY Associate Professor, University of Minnesota, USA. Klappentext How do theatre and performance transmit and dispute ideologies of neoliberalism? The essays in this anthology examine the mechanisms and rhetorics of contemporary multinational and transnational organizations, artists, and communities that produce theatre and performance for global audiences. Zusammenfassung How do theatre and performance transmit and dispute ideologies of neoliberalism? The essays in this anthology examine the mechanisms and rhetorics of contemporary multinational and transnational organizations! artists! and communities that produce theatre and performance for global audiences. Inhaltsverzeichnis Introduction; L.D.Nielsen & P.Ybarra PART I: INSTITUTIONAL STRATEGIES Irreal Entries; L.Nielsen Nintendo Museum: Intercultural Pedagogy, Neoliberal Citizenship, and a Theatre without Actors; M.Werr...

"There is much to recommend in this impressive book, and the many critical approaches it synthesises are impossible to summarise in a short review." - Louise Owen, Contemporary Theatre Review

"Neoliberalism and Global Theatre invites the reader to think about Neoliberalism not only as an economic system, but also as a complex structure that carries specific modes of performances, which hegemony affects the ways art is produced, consumed, promoted and managed." - Camila González Ortiz, Emesférica

"...this is a timely and important text. It is, furthermore, a monumental accomplishment on the part of its editors, one that is already assisting the development of further research in our field about topics as wide-ranging as sexuality, tourism, disability, biopolitics, technocracy, surveillance, the art world, and more." - Joseph Cermatori, Modern Drama

"This colossal collection is rich, densely packed, and thought-provoking with a vast range across history, but especially across performance forms and practices and geopolitical contexts... I am aware that the delivery of this summary of Nielsen and Ybarra's book might have a whiplash-like effect, but the book does too. In the book at least, the advantages of that effect are manifest, piling one detailed, located example of neoliberalized conditions and acts of resistance on top of another to demonstrate powerfully and affectingly how much damage those conditions can exact, but also how much potential to counter that damage is offered by so many varieties of theatre and performance in so many distinct situations." - Jen Harvie, Theatre Journal



Auteur
PATRICK ANDERSON Associate Professor, University of California, San Diego, USA SEBASTIAN CALDERON BENTIN Ph.D. student, Stanford University, USA CATHERINE M. COLE Professor of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies, University of California, Berkeley, USA THOMAS F. DEFRANTZ Professor of Dance and African American Studies, Duke University, USA MAY JOSEPH Professor of Social Science and Cultural Studies, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York, USA MICHAL KOBIALKA Professor of Theatre in the Department of Theatre Arts and Dance, University of Minnesota, USA DIYAH LARASATI Assistant Professor in Theatre Arts and Dance, University of Minnesota, USA ENG-BENG LIM Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies, Brown University, USA JISHA MENON Assistant Professor of Drama at Stanford University, USA MARGARET OLSEN Associate Professor, Macalester College, USA KHAI THU NGUYEN James Gray Lecturer in Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies, UC Berkeley, USA JON D. ROSSINI Associate Professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance, University of California, Davis, USA DAVID SAVRAN Distinguished Professor of Theatre, Graduate Center of the City University of New York, USA KAREN SHIMAKAWA Associate Professor of Performance Studies, Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, USA NITZA TENENBLAT University of Brasília, Brazil MARGARET WERRY Associate Professor, University of Minnesota, USA.

Texte du rabat

How do theatre and performance transmit and dispute ideologies of neoliberalism? The essays in this anthology examine the mechanisms and rhetorics of contemporary multinational and transnational organizations, artists, and communities that produce theatre and performance for global audiences.



Contenu
Introduction; L.D.Nielsen & P.Ybarra PART I: INSTITUTIONAL STRATEGIES Irreal Entries; L.Nielsen Nintendo Museum: Intercultural Pedagogy, Neoliberal Citizenship, and a Theatre without Actors; M.Werry Bentin Archaeologies of Empire: Colonial Hollywood and the Neoliberal Academy; S.Calderon Neoliberalism and the Global University; E.B.Lim Branding the Revolution: Hair Redux; D.Savran PART II: MODES OF TRANSMISSION I Feel For You; P.Anderson Staging a Moving Map in Byron Au Yong and Aaron Jafferis' Stuck Elevator ; K.Shimakawa Fighting for a Future in a Free Trade World; P.Ybarra Unchecked Popularity: Neoliberal Circulations of Black Dance; T.Defrantz PART III: FORMAL ECONOMIES Model Dissent: L?u Quang V? and the Melodramatic Performance of Renovation in Post-War Vietnam; K.T.Ngyuen Representational Practices and Real Abstractionsin Early Eighteenth-Century London; M.Kobialka The Gift of the New Orleans Second Line; M.Olsen Wole Soyinka's The Beatification of Area Boy as Neoliberal Kaleidoscope; C.Cole PART IV: SITES OF ARTICULATION Teatro Visión and the Limits of Chicano Politics in Neoliberal Space; J.Rossini Repairing Teatro Oficina Perdiz; N.Tenenblat Palimpsestic City: Nostalgia and Adaptation in Neoliberal Bangalore; J.Menon Desiring the Stage: The Interplay of Mobility and Resistance; D.Larasati The Future of Water: Environmental Theatre Experiences Urban Space; M.Joseph Index

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Neoliberalism and Global Theatres
Éditeur:
Code EAN: 9780230278318
ISBN: 978-0-230-27831-8
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Art
nombre de pages: 316
Poids: 530g
Taille: H23mm x B223mm x T146mm
Année: 2012
Auflage: 2012

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