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Crossing Borders – Intercultural Drama and Theatre at the Turn of the Millennium

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Bernhard Reitz, Alyce von Rothkirch (Eds.)

Crossing Borders - Intercultural Drama and Theatre at the Turn of the Millennium

ISBN 978-3-88476-464-0, ISBN 3-88476-464-0, 202 S., kt., € 20,50 (2001)

(CDE - Contemporary Drama in English, Bd. 8)

Bernhard Reitz and Alyce von Rothkirch
Crossing Borders: The 9th CDE Annual Conference at Bad Alexandersbad, November 2-5, 2000

Jane Turner
The 'Third' Spectator

Angelika E. C. Keil
Postcolonial Identities: a Plurality of Experiences

Stephanie Kramer
Postcolonial Experience and Intercultural Communication in Hanif Kureishi's Borderline (1981) and Ayub Khan-Din's East is East (1996)

Mark Berninger
The Absence of the Intercultural? - The History of Anglo-Indian Relations in Ayub Khan-Din's Last Dance at Dum Dum and Tom Stoppard's Indian Ink

Christiane Schlote
Satire and Sociology: The Performing Powers of Meera Syal and Anna Deavere Smith

Nüvid Mortan
Creating a Multicultural Space in Theatre: Bahar Noktasi - Can Yücel's Creative Translation of A Midsummer Night's Dream

Edith Hallberg
Shakespeare's Macbeth Crossing Borders: Violence and Reconciliation in Welcome Msomi's Umabatha

Heiko Stahl
"I won't answer to the name Caliban" - Négritude and the Master Narrative in Aimé Césaire's A Tempest

Beate Neumeier
Towards an Intercultural Theatre? Variations on Shakespeare's The Tempest

Ulrike Hattemer
Reading and Rewriting Shakespeare - the Anglo-Jewish Take on the Bard

José Ramón Prado Pérez
Interculturalism, Subversion and the Quest for Identity in Chicano Theatre

Alyce von Rothkirch
A Welsh National Theatre? Welsh Drama in English before the Second World War

Annette Pankraz
Greek to Us? Appropriations of Myths in Contemporary British and Irish Drama

Stefanie Brusberg-Kiermeier
Re-writing Seneca: Sarah Kane's Phaedra's Love

Heiner Zimmermann
Theatrical Transgression in Totalitarian and Democratic Societies: Shakespeare as a Trojan Horse and the Scandal of Sarah Kane

Stuart Marlow
Pushing at the Limits of Representation: South African and Northern Irish Challenges to Accepted Notions of Dramatic Discourse