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Theatre as a vortex of behaviour in Dutch multicultural society : a discourse analysis of ""Aïsha"" in the public sphere.

Author: Lonneke van Heugten
Publisher: Marburg : Tectum Verlag, 2014.
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In 2001, a music theatre production exploring Islam's early history from a female perspective was shut down before it reached the stage. The cancellation of Aïsha and the Women of Madina by Rotterdam's Independent Theatre (O.T.) generated a media storm as speculations about censorship mounted. To unravel this performative non-event, this dissertation consolidates cultural analysis, discourse analysis and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Heugten, Lonneke van.
Theatre as a vortex of behaviour in Dutch multicultural society : A discourse analysis of ""Aïsha"" in the public sphere.
Marburg : Tectum Verlag, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lonneke van Heugten
ISBN: 9783828859852 3828859852
OCLC Number: 874322038
Description: 1 online resource (99 pages)

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In 2001, a music theatre production exploring Islam's early history from a female perspective was shut down before it reached the stage. The cancellation of Aïsha and the Women of Madina by Rotterdam's Independent Theatre (O.T.) generated a media storm as speculations about censorship mounted. To unravel this performative non-event, this dissertation consolidates cultural analysis, discourse analysis and actor-network theory in an interdisciplinary approach. The cancellation exposed the theatre as an arena of conflict where issues of multiculturalism and freedom of speech collided well before.

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