Katharina Pewny, Luk Van den Dries, Charlotte Gruber, Simon Leenknegt

Occupy Antigone

Tradition, Transition and Transformation in Performance
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This anthology provides some of today’s most relevant views on Sophocles’ classic and its many interpretations from an interdisciplinary, cross-cultural perspective. It critically investigates the work of artists and theoreticians who have occupied Antigone ever since she appeared onstage in antiquity, dealing with questions of the relationship between performance and philosophy and of how Antigone can be appropriated to criticize reigning discourses. Occupy Antigone makes an original contribution to the vibrant life the mythical figure enjoys in contemporary performance practice and theory.
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This anthology provides some of today’s most relevant views on Sophocles’ classic and its many interpretations from an interdisciplinary, cross-cultural perspective. It critically investigates the work of artists and theoreticians who have occupied Antigone ever since she appeared onstage in antiquity, dealing with questions of the relationship between performance and philosophy and of how Antigone can be appropriated to criticize reigning discourses. Occupy Antigone makes an original contribution to the vibrant life the mythical figure enjoys in contemporary performance practice and theory.

Autoreninformation:
Katharina Pewny is Professor of Theatre and Performance Studies at the Department of Art, Music and Theatre Studies of Ghent University.

Luk Van den Dries is Professor of Theatre Studies at the University of Antwerp.

Charlotte Gruber is doctoral researcher for Professor Katharina Pewny at the Department of Art, Music and Theatre Studies of Ghent University.

Simon Leenknegt is research assistant for Professor Katharina Pewny at the Department of Art, Music and Theatre Studies of Ghent University
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ISBN 978-3-8233-7955-3
EAN 9783823379553
Bibliographie 1. Auflage
Seiten 194
Format eBook PDF
Ausgabename 16955-2
Verlag Gunter Narr Verlag
Herausgeber Katharina Pewny, Luk Van den Dries, Charlotte Gruber, Simon Leenknegt
Erscheinungsdatum 10.10.2016