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Translate, or Else: Marking the Glocal Troubles of Performance Research in Croatia

  • Lada Čale Feldman
  • Marin Blažević
Part of the Performance Interventions book series (PIPI)

Abstract

How to challenge the disciplinary constraints imposed by global theories of the ever-widening field of performance, beginning with the linguistic demand to translate — terms, theories, aesthetics, traditions, texts, contexts, performances — or else ... fall out of both the system of academic communication and the visible arena of aesthetic performative practices?

Keywords

Performance Research Theatre Study Literary Text National Theatre Disciplinary Field 
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  • Marin Blažević

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