Bertolt Brecht : critical and primary sources Volume 2 Theory / edited by David Barnett.

Medverkande: Barnett, David, 1968- [edt]Language: English Publisher: London : Bloomsbury academic, 2020Beskrivning: ix, 376 sidorInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9781474299459; 9781474299497Ämne(n): Brecht, Bertolt, 1898-1956 | Tysk dramatik | Teaterregissörer | Dramatiker | Teater -- historia | Teater -- teori, filosofi | TysklandGenre/Form: BiografierDDK-klassifikation: 832.912 SAB-klssifikation: Ikz
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PART I. NEGOTIATING TERMINOLOGY. Epic. 1. Episch, or, the Third Person / Fredric Jameson -- Dialectics. 2. Dialectics and the Brechtian Tradition / David Barnett -- Verfremdung. 3. The Verfremdung of Certain Processes through a Mode of Representation Usually Reserved for Customs and Traditions / Bertolt Brecht -- 4. A Critical Response to Heidi M. Silcox's “What's Wrong with Alienation?” / Anthony Squiers -- Gestus. 5. Getting to the Gist of Gestus / Meg Mumford -- Fabel. 6. The Fabel / Bertolt Brecht -- 7. Brecht, the “Fable”, and the Teaching of Directing / Craig Kinzer -- Historicization. 8. Art as the Speaker of History / Astrid Oesmann -- 9.How Do I Learn to Learn / Bertolt Brecht -- Naivety. 10. From Distancing Alienation to Intuitive Naiveté : Bertolt Brecht's Establishment of a New Aesthetic Category / Karl-Heinz Schoeps -- PART II. MAJOR THEORETICAL WRITINGS. Notes on “The Threepenny Opera” and “Rise and Fall of the city of Mahagonny”. 11. Epic Opera and Epic Theater / John J. White -- The Messingkauf/Buying Brass. 12. The drama of ideas : platonic provocations in theater and philosophy / Martin Puchner -- Me-ti. 13. Introduction to Me-ti : Book of Interventions in the Flow of Things / Antony Tatlow -- Theatre Work. 14. Brechts Theatre Work : A Foundational Work and its Marginalisation /Detlev Schöttker -- PART III. BRECHT AND OTHER MEDIA. Radio. 15. Apparatus without Spectators? : On the Deconstruction of the Medium in Brechts Ocean Flight / Patrick Primavesi -- Film. 16. Utilizing the ‘Ideological Antiquity’ : Rethinking Brecht and Film Theory / Angelos Koutsourakis -- Music. 17. Brecht and Music : Theory and Practice / Kim H. Kowalke -- Brecht in the information age. 18. Bertolt Brecht and the Internet / Dorothee Ostmeier -- PART IV. THE PLAY OF IDEAS. The Bible. 19. Brecht and the Bible : A Study of Religious Nihilism and Human Weakness in Brecht's Drama Mortality and the City / G. Ronald Murphy -- Shakespeare. 20. Brecht as Great Shakespearean : A Lifelong Connection / David Barnett -- Capitalism. 21. Tracing the crimes of capitalism: from Mahagonny to Nazi Germany / Astrid Oesmann -- The natural sciences. 22. Brecht and Science – Science and Brecht : a Dialectical View / Katharina Brinkert -- Thought from the Far East. 23. Brecht's Materialist Ethics between Confucianism and Mohism Philosophy / Markus Wessendorf -- Comedy/humour. 24. The Poetic Anthropology of Comedy in Brecht’s “Buying brass” / Ralf Simon -- 25. On Humour / Bertolt Brecht -- Tragedy. 26. Brecht and Tragedy / Sean Carney -- Gendered performance/feminism. 27. Brechtian Theory/ Feminist Theory : Toward a Gestic Feminist Criticism / Elin Diamond -- Post-colonial Brecht. 28. A Postcolonial Brecht? / Marc Silberman.
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PART I. NEGOTIATING TERMINOLOGY. Epic. 1. Episch, or, the Third Person / Fredric Jameson -- Dialectics. 2. Dialectics and the Brechtian Tradition / David Barnett -- Verfremdung. 3. The Verfremdung of Certain Processes through a Mode of Representation Usually Reserved for Customs and Traditions / Bertolt Brecht -- 4. A Critical Response to Heidi M. Silcox's “What's Wrong with Alienation?” / Anthony Squiers -- Gestus. 5. Getting to the Gist of Gestus / Meg Mumford -- Fabel. 6. The Fabel / Bertolt Brecht -- 7. Brecht, the “Fable”, and the Teaching of Directing / Craig Kinzer -- Historicization. 8. Art as the Speaker of History / Astrid Oesmann -- 9.How Do I Learn to Learn / Bertolt Brecht -- Naivety. 10. From Distancing Alienation to Intuitive Naiveté : Bertolt Brecht's Establishment of a New Aesthetic Category / Karl-Heinz Schoeps -- PART II. MAJOR THEORETICAL WRITINGS. Notes on “The Threepenny Opera” and “Rise and Fall of the city of Mahagonny”. 11. Epic Opera and Epic Theater / John J. White -- The Messingkauf/Buying Brass. 12. The drama of ideas : platonic provocations in theater and philosophy / Martin Puchner -- Me-ti. 13. Introduction to Me-ti : Book of Interventions in the Flow of Things / Antony Tatlow -- Theatre Work. 14. Brechts Theatre Work : A Foundational Work and its Marginalisation /Detlev Schöttker -- PART III. BRECHT AND OTHER MEDIA. Radio. 15. Apparatus without Spectators? : On the Deconstruction of the Medium in Brechts Ocean Flight / Patrick Primavesi -- Film. 16. Utilizing the ‘Ideological Antiquity’ : Rethinking Brecht and Film Theory / Angelos Koutsourakis -- Music. 17. Brecht and Music : Theory and Practice / Kim H. Kowalke -- Brecht in the information age. 18. Bertolt Brecht and the Internet / Dorothee Ostmeier -- PART IV. THE PLAY OF IDEAS. The Bible. 19. Brecht and the Bible : A Study of Religious Nihilism and Human Weakness in Brecht's Drama Mortality and the City / G. Ronald Murphy -- Shakespeare. 20. Brecht as Great Shakespearean : A Lifelong Connection / David Barnett -- Capitalism. 21. Tracing the crimes of capitalism: from Mahagonny to Nazi Germany / Astrid Oesmann -- The natural sciences. 22. Brecht and Science – Science and Brecht : a Dialectical View / Katharina Brinkert -- Thought from the Far East. 23. Brecht's Materialist Ethics between Confucianism and Mohism Philosophy / Markus Wessendorf -- Comedy/humour. 24. The Poetic Anthropology of Comedy in Brecht’s “Buying brass” / Ralf Simon -- 25. On Humour / Bertolt Brecht -- Tragedy. 26. Brecht and Tragedy / Sean Carney -- Gendered performance/feminism. 27. Brechtian Theory/ Feminist Theory : Toward a Gestic Feminist Criticism / Elin Diamond -- Post-colonial Brecht. 28. A Postcolonial Brecht? / Marc Silberman.

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