Aston, Elaine

Staging International Feminisms

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Table of contents

1. Staging International Feminisms: Introduction
Elaine Aston, Sue-Ellen Case

Part I. Cartographies

2. Bloody Aprons: Suzan-Lori Parks, Deborah Warner and Feminist Performance in the Age of Globalisation
Elin Diamond

3. Mind Yourself: On Soundwalking, Race and Gender
Karen Shimakawa

4. Globalising Neoliberalism, Travelling Feminisms: Pollesch@Prater
Katrin Sieg

5. The Queer Globe Itself
Sue-Ellen Case

Part II. Interventions

6. Actress Stories: Binodini and Amal Allana
Bishnupriya Dutt

7. Stockholm Interventions: Feminist Activist Performance
Tiina Rosenberg

8. Women’s Writing for Performance Project: ‘Making’ a Feminist Intervention
Elaine Aston

9. Reconstructing a Diasporic Female Self in O Kyong-Sook’s Dictee — A Speaking Woman
Jung-Soon Shim

10. Giving Back to Judith: Laura Curino’s Una stanza tutta per me/A Room of My Own
Roberta Gandolfi

11. Anticipating Globalisation: Rosamond Gilder and the International Theatre Institute
Charlotte Canning

12. Exile and the Elusive Qualities of Time
Julie Holledge

13. Cultural Memory in El Séptimo Cielo: An Intercultural Staging of Caryl Churchill’s Cloud Nine
Noelia Hernando-Real

14. Stretching Medea to Postmodern Sensibilities
Elizabeth Sakellaridou

15. A Journey towards Sensitisation and Empowerment: Feminist Performance and Intervention Theatre in the City of Jaipur
Asha Pande

16. ‘The Demon’s Nuns’: Petrona de la Cruz Cruz and Isabel Juárez Espinosa (Mexico)
Diana Taylor

Part III. Manifestos

17. Reflection on the Work that is Being Done within FOMMA with Respect to Women, Gender and Patriarchy, Change, New Generations and New Technologies
Isabel Juárez Espinosa

18. MAKE SOMETHING: A Manifesto for Making Performance about Making Change
Lois Weaver, Peggy Shaw

19. Pakistani Muslim Theatre at Home and Abroad: A Critical Manifesto for a Feminist Homecoming
Fawzia Afzal-Khan

20. Reflections on My Literary Performance Theatre: A Manifesto for Nigerian Women
Irene Isoken Salami-Agunloye

21. A Manifesto for an Israeli She Monster
Yael Feiler

22. Feminist Performance and Utopia: A Manifesto
Jill Dolan

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Theatre and Performance Studies, Literature, general, Twentieth-Century Literature, Theatre History, Feminism, Environment, general

Publication year
Studies in International Performance
Page amount
250 pages
Art, Art History
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