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The Methuen Drama Handbook of Theatre History and Historiography is an authoritative guide to contemporary debates and practices in this field. The book covers the key themes and methods that are current in theatre history research, with a particular focus on expanding the object of study to include engagement with theatre and performance practices and the development of theatre histories around the world. Central to the book are eighteen specially commissioned essays by established and emerging scholars from a wide range of international contexts, whose discussion of individual case studies is predicated on their understanding and experience of their 'local' landscape of theatre history. These essays reveal where important work continues to be done in the field and, most valuably, draws on academic contexts beyond the Western academy to expand our knowledge of the exciting directions that such an approach opens up. Prefaced by an introduction tracing the development of the discipline of theatre history and changing historiographical approaches, the Handbook explores current issues pertaining to theatre and performance history research, as well as providing up to date and robust introductions to the methods and historiographic questions being explored by researchers in the field.
Editor(s): Cochrane C, Robinson J
Publication type: Edited Book
Publication status: Published
Series Title: Methuen Drama Handbooks
Number of Pages: 392
Print publication date: 31/10/2019
Online publication date: 31/10/2019
Acceptance date: 25/03/2019
Publisher: Methuen Drama/Bloomsbury
Place Published: London
Notes: Ebook ISBN 9781350034310
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