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Theatermachine: Tadeusz Kantor in Context
edited by Magda Romanska and Kathleen Cioffi
contributions by Agnieszka Legutko, Nina Kiraly, Lucja Iwanczewska, Mateusz Borowski, Kris Salata, Debra Caplan, Katarzyna Fazan, Lawrence Switzky, Izumi Ashizawa, Karolina Prykowska-Michalak, Anna Róza Burzynska, Agnieszka Tworek, Anna Królica, Lauren Dubowski, Herta Schmid, Martin Leach, Michal Kobialka, Jacob Micah Juntunen, Grzegorz Niziolek, Klaudiusz Swiecicki, Hans-Thies Lehmann and Tamara Trojanowska
Northwestern University Press, 2020
Cloth: 978-0-8101-4025-7 | Paper: 978-0-8101-4024-0 | eISBN: 978-0-8101-4026-4
Library of Congress Classification PN2859.P66K3684 2020
Dewey Decimal Classification 792.0233092

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Theatermachine: Tadeusz Kantor in Context is an in-depth, multidisciplinary compendium of essays that examine Kantor’s work through the prism of postmemory and trauma theory and in relation to Polish literature, Jewish culture, and Yiddish theater as well as the Japanese, German, French, Polish, and American avant-garde. Hans-Thies Lehmann’s theory of postdramatic theater and contemporary developments in critical theory—particularly Bill Brown’s thing theory, Bruno Latour’s actor network theory, and posthumanism—provide a previously unavailable vocabulary for discussion of Kantor’s theater.

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