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Ergebnisanzeige "Postdramatic Theatre as/or Political Theatre"
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TitelPostdramatic Theatre as/or Political Theatre
BeschreibungPostdramatic Theatre as/or Political Theatre

An International Conference at the Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies, University of London

Wednesday, 21 to Friday, 23 September 2011

Co-Ordinators: Jerome Carroll and Steve Giles (Nottingham) and Karen Jürs-Munby (Lancaster)


Wednesday, 21 September 2011
10.00 Registration
10.30 Welcome and Introduction

10.45 Parallel Sessions: Postdramatic Theatre and Political Commitment I
Antje Dietze (Leipzig): ‘Rocky Dutschke, '68': A Reassessment of Activism in Theatre
Carola Hilmes (Frankfurt/M.): Dea Lohers Poetik des individuellen Blick
Cleo Jay (London): Morocco and the Arab Spring: Using Theatre as a Tool for Dissent

10.45 Postdramatic Theatre’s Pre-History
Carsten Rohde (Karlsruhe): Die Schaubühne als politisch-soziologische Anstalt: zur postdramatischen Wende im Theater der Gegenwart
12.45 Lunch (own arrangements)
14.15 Keynote Lecture
David Barnett (Sussex): Performing Dialectics in an Age of Uncertainity, or Why Post-Brechtian does not equal Postdramatic

15.15 Tea

15.45 Parallel Sessions: Politics of the No-Longer-Dramatic Text I
Dagmar Jaeger (Cambridge, MA): ‘I do not want theatre’: Elfriede Jelinek’s Postdrama
Hiltrud Arens (Montana): ‘Wandel, Wunde, Wunder’: Von Klängen, Sprachspielen und Windeiern. Auf den Spuren von Yoko Tawadas Theaterwelt
Sylvia Müller (Berlin)): Representaions of Space in Postdramatic Writing

15.45 Postdramatic Theatre and Subjectivity I
Franziska Bergmann (Tübingen): Geschlecht im Neoliberalismus. René Polleschs Heidi Hoh arbeitet hier nicht mehr
Peter Boenisch (Kent): Spectres of Subjectivity: Perceptions of Identity in Recent Dance Performance
Geoff Colman (London): The Necessary Uncertainties of the Postdramatic Identity
15.45 Postdramatic Theatre and the Politics of Perception I
Danae Theodoridou (Roehampton): What do We Talk About when We Talk about Politics? Towards a Re-Definition of the Political in Experimental Theatre
Piotr Woycicki (Lancaster): Politics of the Post-Cinematic

Thursday, 22 September 2011

09.30 Parallel Sessions: Postdramatic Theatre and the Crisis of Representation
Brandon Woolf (California): Revolution Now! Or Never? Towards a Postdramatic Politics
Bernadette Cronin (Cork): Postdramatic Theatre and Representing the Holocaust in the 21st Century
Nana Mikhelidze (Alberta): ‘Imaginary Mimesis’ in Austrian Post-Shoah Dramaturgy

09.30 Postdramatic Theatre and the Politics of Perception 2
Julia Lee Barclay (London): Postdramatic Theatre and the Psychic Backstage
Theron Schmidt (London): Back-to-Back Theatre and the Politics of Appearance
Jerome Carroll (Nottingham): Phenomenological Theatre as an Alternative Prospect on the Dramatic/Postdramatic Divide

09.30 The Politics of Corporeality
Maya van den Heuvel-Arad (Amsterdam): Focalizing Bodies: the Body of the Performer as Visual Narrator and External Focalizer
Campbell Edinborough (Hull): Making Sense: Live Performance and the Cultivation of Sensuality in the Public Sphere
Raf Geenens (Louvain): Body-Exoticism

11.30 Keynote Lecture
Meg Mumford and Ulrike Garde (New South Wales): Postdramatic ‘Reality Theatre’: Approaches to Re-Presentational Art and Political Engagement in Contemporary Performance from Australia and Germany

12.30 Lunch (own arrangements)

14.00 Parallel Sessions: Postdramatic Theatre and Political Commitment 2
Sigríður Sigurjónsdóttir (Iceland): The Best Party: Postdrama – Postpolitics?
Mateusz Borowski and Malgorzata Sugiera (Krakow): Political Fictions and Fictionalisations. History as Material for Postdramatic Theatre
András Nagy (Budapest): Postdramatic Plays and Stage in a Post-Traumatic Context: Central European Theatre’s Response to Historical Change

14.00 Politics of the No-Longer-Dramatic Text 2
Cristina Pinetti (Bergamo): Von der kollektiven zur privaten Dimension: Das Politische in Dea Lohers Dramen
Tomislav Zelic (Zadar): The Politics of Form in Heiner Müller’s History Play Germania Tod in Berlin
Olga Kekis (Birmingham): Taxidou’s Medea

14.00 Politics of Postdramatic Staging Practice I
Karen Jürs-Munby (Lancaster): Parasitic Politics: Staging Elfriede Jelinek’s Post- and ‘Secondary’ Dramas
Alyson Campbell (Belfast): Beyond Signification but not Beyond ‘Significance’: an ‘Affective Approach’ to Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis in Performance 16.00 Tea

16.30 Keynote Lecture
Hans-Thies Lehmann (Kent/Berlin): A Future for Tragedy? Remarks on the Political, the Ideological and the Postdramatic

19.00 Conference Dinner at the Amalfi (optional)

Friday, 23 September 2011
10.00 Parallel Sessions: New Spaces of Post-dramatic Theatre
Christina Papagiannouli (London): Cyberian Chalk Circle: The Political Space of Cyberstage
Spyro Papaionnou (London): Towards a Silent Critique: The Promenade Theatre of Punchdrunk
Ana Tasic (Belgrade): Is the Image more Fascinating than Reality? Live Relay in Post-dramatic Theatre: Airport Kids by Stefan Kaegi, Eraritjaritjaka by Heiner Goebbels and Szardinia by Andras Urban

10.00 Postdramatic Theatre and Subjectivity 2
Seda Ilter (Sussex): Beyond ‘Dramatic’ Character: Re-Thinking Character/Actor after the Individual
Lia W. Liang (Taiwan): Observing Differences: Reconsidering the Concept of Culture in Intercultural Theatre

12.00 Lunch (own arrangements)

13.30 Parallel Sessions: Müller/Rancière
Karen Leeder (Oxford): ‘Die Zeit ist aus den Fugen’: Heiner Müller – Postdramatic, Post-Wende, Post-Humous
Michael Wood (Oxford): Performing the Subject: Heiner Müller’s Allein mit diesen Leibern on the Politics of the Postdramatic Theatre
Yuh Hwang (Leiden): Theatre as ‘The Political’: Rancière’s Politics of the Sensible

13.30 Politics of Postdramatic Staging Practices 2
Inge Arteel (Brussels): Karnevaleske Ästhetik in Johan Simons Inszenierungen von Joseph Roth und Elfriede Jelinek
Katharina Kim Wolff (Hamburg/Oxford): Getriebenes Spiel als politische Versuchung – Elfriede Jelineks Kontrakte des Kaufmanns in der Textbearbeitungsmaschine Nicolas Stemanns
Johannes Birgfeld (Saarland): Jenseits ‘falscher Repräsentation’ – René Polleschs Konzept eines postdramatischen politischen Theaters und die Rolle des Publikums

15.30 Closing Discussion

16.00 End of Conference

Further details and registration

To obtain further information and register for the conference, contact Jane Lewin (tel: 020 7862 8966). Please note the closing date for receipt of registrations is Wednesday, 7 September 2011.
Conference Fees: 3 Days: £65.00; £60.00 Reduced Rate; £35.00 Student Rate - 1 Day: £40.00; £35.00 Reduced Rate; £25.00 Student Rate
Dinner on Thursday, 22 September: Three courses with choice incl. coffee: £35.00
Reduced Rate: Fully paid-up Friends of Germanic Studies or paying members of the IGRS only - Student Rate: Students with proof of status only

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This conference is organised under the auspices of the Institute and the Universities of Lancaster and Nottingham, and is sponsored by the MHRA

Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies
University of London School of Advanced Study
Room ST 272, Senate House
Malet Street, GB- London WC1E 7HU
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