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Theatricality, dark tourism and ethical spectatorship : absent others

Author: Emma Willis
Publisher: [Basingstoke] : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
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"Theatricality, Dark Tourism and Ethical Spectatorship: Absent Others" builds upon recent literature concerning theatre and ethics and offers a uniquely interdisciplinary approach. With a focus on spectatorship, it brings together analysis of dark tourism -- travel to sites of death and disaster -- and theatrical performances. At dark tourism sites, objects and architecture are often personified, imagined to speak  Read more...
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Willis, Emma.
Theatricality, dark tourism and ethical spectatorship : absent others.
Basingstoke, England ; New York, New York : Palgrave Macmillan, c2014
xiv, 237 pages
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Emma Willis
ISBN: 9781137322654 1137322659
OCLC Number: 874840620
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Notes for the Traveller: An introduction to the Journey Ahead --
1. Landscapes of Aftermath --
2. Performing Museums and Memorial Bodies: Theatre in the Shadows of the Crematoria --
3. Vietnam: 'Not the Bullshit Story in the Lonely Planet' --
4. Here was the place: (Re)Performing Khmer Rouge Archive of Violence --
5. Lost in our own Land: Reenacting colonial Violence --
6. The World Watched: Witnessing Genocide --
Phantom Speak --
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Works of theatre that depict grievous histories derive their force from making audible voices of the past. Such performances, theatrical or tourist, require the attentive belief of spectators. This  Read more...

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