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Thursday, September 5 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
Open Panel Session 1: Theatre History and Historiography

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CHAIR:  Jim Davis


Nebojša Todorović

Deterritorializing the European Imaginary: (Greek) Tragedy and the End of Yugoslavia.Two conceptual territories bracket Europe’s imaginary geography: Greco-Roman Antiquity and the modern Balkans. According to Leontis, an “abstract principle of territorial identification” ties... Read More →

Gianina Druță

The establishment of Henrik Ibsen’s play Ghosts in the Romanian theatreThe aim of this paper is to discuss the establishment of Henrik Ibsen’s play Ghosts in the Romanian theatre repertoire in the first half of the 20th century. The analysis is based on the main theatre traditions... Read More →

Lizzie Stewart

Industry Professionals in Post/Migration: Networks and the NaunynstraßeIn the wake of the so-called refugee crisis which peaked in 2015, a strong association seems to have formed in English-language theatre scholarship between German-language theatre and engagement with migration... Read More →
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Heike Roms

Professor in Theatre and Performance, University of Exeter
Heike Roms is Professor in Theatre and Performance at the University of Exeter.She has published on contemporary performance practice, the history of performance art in a British context, performance historiography and archiving, performance and ecology and performance as a mode of... Read More →

Thursday September 5, 2019 11:30am - 1:00pm BST
Roborough: RS3