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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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Protected: Mon. Oct. 6th 3-4:30pm Amy Stebbins “The Theater of Contestation: The Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz 1989-2001″

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Protected: Mon. Oct. 6th 3-4:30pm Amy Stebbins “The Theater of Contestation: The Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz 1989-2001″

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Mon. June 9th 3-4:30pm Cheryl Stephenson “Josef Skupa’s Seditious Heroes: Kašpárek, Spejbl, and the struggle for Czech sovereignty”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop on Monday, June 9th from 3-4:30pm for Cheryl Stephenson’s (Dep. of Slavic Languages and Literatures) talk “Josef Skupa’s Seditious Heroes: Kašpárek, Spejbl, and the struggle for Czech sovereignty”. Stephenson’s talk will address

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Mon. June 9th 3-4:30pm Cheryl Stephenson “Josef Skupa’s Seditious Heroes: Kašpárek, Spejbl, and the struggle for Czech sovereignty”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop on Monday, June 9th from 3-4:30pm for Cheryl Stephenson’s (Dep. of Slavic Languages and Literatures) talk “Josef Skupa’s Seditious Heroes: Kašpárek, Spejbl, and the struggle for Czech sovereignty”. Stephenson’s talk will address

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Mon. June 2nd 3-4:30pm Artemis Willis “The Lantern Image between Stage and Screen”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop Monday June 2nd from 3-4:30pm for a talk by Artemis Willis (Cinema & Media Studies) “The Lantern Image between Stage and Screen.” Willis’ talk will explore the problem of stage/screen relations at

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Mon. June 2nd 3-4:30pm Artemis Willis “The Lantern Image between Stage and Screen”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop Monday June 2nd from 3-4:30pm for a talk by Artemis Willis (Cinema & Media Studies) “The Lantern Image between Stage and Screen.” Willis’ talk will explore the problem of stage/screen relations at

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Protected: Mon. May 12th 3-4:30pm John Muse “Time Pieces”

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Protected: Mon. May 12th 3-4:30pm John Muse “Time Pieces”

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Protected: Mon. April 28th 3-4:30pm Grace Hobbs and Matt Stone (MA Program in the Humanities). MA Thesis Workshop

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Protected: Mon. April 28th 3-4:30pm Grace Hobbs and Matt Stone (MA Program in the Humanities). MA Thesis Workshop

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Mon. April 7th 3-4:30pm Björn Quiring “The Tyranny of the Open Night: Representing the Natural State of Exception in King Lear”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop  Monday April 7th from 3-4:30pm for a talk by Björn Quiring (Free University Berlin) “The Tyranny of the Open Night: Representing the Natural State of Exception in King Lear”. Dr. Björn Quiring studied comparative literature and

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Mon. April 7th 3-4:30pm Björn Quiring “The Tyranny of the Open Night: Representing the Natural State of Exception in King Lear”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop  Monday April 7th from 3-4:30pm for a talk by Björn Quiring (Free University Berlin) “The Tyranny of the Open Night: Representing the Natural State of Exception in King Lear”. Dr. Björn Quiring studied comparative literature and

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Wed. March 12th 8-10pm Adi Barak & Amy Stebbins “MAKING A (RE)ENTRANCE PART II: storytime”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop  Wednesday, March 12th from 8-10pm for a workshop performance of “MAKING A (RE)ENTRANCE PART II: storytime” directed by Adi Barak (Postdoctoral Fellow, SSA) and Amy Stebbins (Germanic/Cinema & Media Studies). “MAKING A (RE)ENTRANCE” is

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Wed. March 12th 8-10pm Adi Barak & Amy Stebbins “MAKING A (RE)ENTRANCE PART II: storytime”

Please join the Theater & Performance Studies Workshop  Wednesday, March 12th from 8-10pm for a workshop performance of “MAKING A (RE)ENTRANCE PART II: storytime” directed by Adi Barak (Postdoctoral Fellow, SSA) and Amy Stebbins (Germanic/Cinema & Media Studies). “MAKING A (RE)ENTRANCE” is

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Protected: Mon. March 3rd 3-4:30pm Dan Wang “The Aesthetic Creature: Opera, Cinema, and Ordinary Life”

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Protected: Mon. March 3rd 3-4:30pm Dan Wang “The Aesthetic Creature: Opera, Cinema, and Ordinary Life”

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Tues. Feb. 25th 4:30-6pm Beth Holmgren “Improvising Poland on the March: Entertaining Polish and Allied Troops during World War II”

Please join us Tuesday, February 25th at 4:30pm in Cobb 119 for Beth Holmgren’s (Professor of Slavic & Eurasian Studies, Duke University) for her presentation “Improvising Poland on the March: Entertaining Polish and Allied Troops during World War II.” The presentation will be

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Tues. Feb. 25th 4:30-6pm Beth Holmgren “Improvising Poland on the March: Entertaining Polish and Allied Troops during World War II”

Please join us Tuesday, February 25th at 4:30pm in Cobb 119 for Beth Holmgren’s (Professor of Slavic & Eurasian Studies, Duke University) for her presentation “Improvising Poland on the March: Entertaining Polish and Allied Troops during World War II.” The presentation will be

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