Contemporary Drama in English 02

Bernhard Reitz, ed.
Centres and Margins

Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 1995.
195 pp. ISBN 3-88476-146-3. EUR 19,-

The volume contains the 13 papers given on the occasion of the second CDE conference held at the University of Siegen in 1994.

  1. Klaus-Peter M√úLLER: „Recasting the World on Stage: The Freedom of Creating New Centres and Meanings in Contemporary Theatre“
  2. Martin BANHAM: „Talking Back to the Centre: Aspects of West African Theatre“
  3. Christopher INNES: „Outsiders Offside on the Inside: Sex, Politics and National Theatre(s)“
  4. Peter ZENZINGER: „Looking for a Centre: Contemporary Scottish Drama and Theatre“
  5. Nicholas ARNOLD: „American Colonisation of the English Avant- Garde“
  6. Bryony LAVERY: „‚Guerillas in the Mist: Sightings of, and Observations on, Feminists in British Theatre“
  7. Nicole BOIREAU: „Marginalising the Centre: the Case of Tom Stoppard“
  8. Martin MIDDEKE: „Fashion and the Media: Hyperreality in the Plays of Stephen Poliakoff“
  9. Eckart VOIGTS-VIRCHOW: „Pinter Still/Again Pinteresque? Opacity and Illumination in Moonlight
  10. Eckhard BREITINGER: „Derek Walcott and the Great Traditions“
  11. Rose MBOWA: „Cultural Dualism in Uganda Theatre Since Coloniaism“
  12. Alexander TEODORESCU: „New Ideas on the Teaching of Macbeth“
  13. Albert-Reiner GLAAP: „Englischsprachige Dramen im Englischunterricht/Plays in English for the Classroom (Bibliography)“

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