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Mon. March 30 (4:30-6PM) Brian Berry (Comparative Literature) “Beginning to Mean Something: Stanley Cavell’s Reading of Beckett’s Endgame.”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for Brian Berry’s paper, “Beginning to Mean Something: Stanley Cavell’s Reading of Beckett’s Endgame.” The problem of meaning emerges frequently in Beckett’s writing, and it is tempting to say that his work is

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Mon. March 30 (4:30-6PM) Brian Berry (Comparative Literature) “Beginning to Mean Something: Stanley Cavell’s Reading of Beckett’s Endgame.”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for Brian Berry’s paper, “Beginning to Mean Something: Stanley Cavell’s Reading of Beckett’s Endgame.” The problem of meaning emerges frequently in Beckett’s writing, and it is tempting to say that his work is

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Protected: Feb. 23rd 4:30-6PM, Reginald Jackson “Slavery and the Gestural Economies of Medieval Noh Performance”

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Protected: Feb. 23rd 4:30-6PM, Reginald Jackson “Slavery and the Gestural Economies of Medieval Noh Performance”

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Protected: SPECIAL EVENT: Tues. Feb. 9th 12-1:30PM, Rebecca Schneider “Gesture to Opera”

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Protected: SPECIAL EVENT: Tues. Feb. 9th 12-1:30PM, Rebecca Schneider “Gesture to Opera”

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SPECIAL EVENT: Mon. Feb. 9th 4:30-6PM, Rebecca Schneider “Extending a Hand: Lithic Liveness, Neoanimisms, and Agential Theatricality

Please join the Center for Theater & Performance Studies and the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for a guest lecture entitled “Extending a Hand: Lithic Liveness, Neoanimisms, and Agential Theatricality” given by Professor Rebecca Schneider (Brown University, Theatre Arts and

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SPECIAL EVENT: Mon. Feb. 9th 4:30-6PM, Rebecca Schneider “Extending a Hand: Lithic Liveness, Neoanimisms, and Agential Theatricality

Please join the Center for Theater & Performance Studies and the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for a guest lecture entitled “Extending a Hand: Lithic Liveness, Neoanimisms, and Agential Theatricality” given by Professor Rebecca Schneider (Brown University, Theatre Arts and

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Protected: Mon. Jan. 26th 4:30-6PM, Ted Gordon (Dept. of Music) and Jess Peritz (Dept. of Music), Dissertation Proposal Workshop

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Protected: Mon. Jan. 26th 4:30-6PM, Ted Gordon (Dept. of Music) and Jess Peritz (Dept. of Music), Dissertation Proposal Workshop

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Mon. Jan. 12th 4:30-6PM, Sascha Förster (Pre-Doctorial Fellow, Northwestern University), “Redeveloping Zeitgeist: Architecture and Memory within the National Theatre London”

Please join the Theater and Performance Studies Workshop for Sascha Forster’s paper “Redeveloping Zeitgeist: Architecture and Memory within the National Theatre London.” In this paper, Sascha Förster aims to develop a different understanding of the German term Zeitgeist by considering

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Mon. Jan. 12th 4:30-6PM, Sascha Förster (Pre-Doctorial Fellow, Northwestern University), “Redeveloping Zeitgeist: Architecture and Memory within the National Theatre London”

Please join the Theater and Performance Studies Workshop for Sascha Forster’s paper “Redeveloping Zeitgeist: Architecture and Memory within the National Theatre London.” In this paper, Sascha Förster aims to develop a different understanding of the German term Zeitgeist by considering

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Protected: Mon. Dec. 1st, 4:30-6PM, Dr. Yan Haiping “My Dream: The Intermedial Turn in Contemporary Chinese Performing Arts”

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Protected: Mon. Dec. 1st, 4:30-6PM, Dr. Yan Haiping “My Dream: The Intermedial Turn in Contemporary Chinese Performing Arts”

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Protected: Mon. Nov. 10th 4:30-6PM, Kristine Harris “Summoning the Spirit: Traces of an Early Chinese Opera Film”

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Protected: Mon. Nov. 10th 4:30-6PM, Kristine Harris “Summoning the Spirit: Traces of an Early Chinese Opera Film”

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Mon. Oct. 20th 4:30-6PM, Marcelle Pierson “Voice and Techné in Music for 18 Musicians.” 

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for Marcelle Pierson’s presentation “Voice and Techné in Music for 18 Musicians.” In this paper, Pierson argues that composer Steve Reich uses mechanistic vocal writing to explore the fraught relationship between voice and techné. She then contextualizes

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Mon. Oct. 20th 4:30-6PM, Marcelle Pierson “Voice and Techné in Music for 18 Musicians.” 

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop for Marcelle Pierson’s presentation “Voice and Techné in Music for 18 Musicians.” In this paper, Pierson argues that composer Steve Reich uses mechanistic vocal writing to explore the fraught relationship between voice and techné. She then contextualizes

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