Performances Of Capitalism Crises And Resistance

Author: Marilena Zaroulia
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137379375
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Discussing crises through diverse examples, including the UK's National Theatre, public art installations, Occupy LSX, repatriation ceremonies and performances of the everyday, this book asks how performance captures and resists what is considered (politically, ideologically, culturally or socially) 'inside' or 'outside' Europe.

Performances Of Capitalism Crises And Resistance

Author: Marilena Zaroulia
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137379375
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Discussing crises through diverse examples, including the UK's National Theatre, public art installations, Occupy LSX, repatriation ceremonies and performances of the everyday, this book asks how performance captures and resists what is considered (politically, ideologically, culturally or socially) 'inside' or 'outside' Europe.

Encountering Europe On British Stages

Author: Marilena Zaroulia
Editor: Methuen Drama
ISBN: 9781350024564
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Forty years after Britain's entry to the European Economic Community, the country's political and cultural landscapes are still marked by scepticism or resistance to 'continental' Europe. Encountering Europe on British Stages is the first book-length study of the ways in which British theatre and performance have engaged with Europe and European identities since the end of the Cold War. The book explores images and ideas of Europe and Europeanness as produced on British stages and studies the reactions to works that have negotiated Europe, its past and present, its peoples and their experiences. It also investigates the determining effects of British and European cultural policies and structures. What can we learn from the British performing arts scene of the last quarter-century about what Europe, as a cultural construct and political formation, means for Britain today? It considers the work of dramatists and theatre companies which engaged with the emerging reality of the 'New' Europe in the 1990s: including Howard Barker, Howard Brenton, Caryl Churchill, David Edgar, David Greig, Sarah Kane, Harold Pinter and companies Complicite and Suspect Culture. Against a changing context that covers the narratives of expansion and utopian feelings at the turn of the millennium; the 'failure' of multiculturalism; the transformations precipitated by the global recession in 2008 and the 'Eurozone crisis'; the migration crisis and the referendum on Britain's European Union membership, the work of playwrights including Mark Ravenhill, Simon Stephens, Zinnie Harris, Tena Štivicic, Caire Bayley and Anders Lustgarten is examined.

An Image Of The Contemporary World

Author: Amiya Gooptu
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Crisis And Capitalism In Contemporary Argentine Cinema

Author: Joanna Page
Editor: Duke University Press Books
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This first in-depth English-language study of Argentine fiction films released since the mid-1990s explains how they have registered Argentinas recent experience of capitalism, neoliberalism, and economic crisis.

U S Capitalism In Crisis

Author: Union of Radical Political Economists
Editor: Monthly Review Press
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Languages Of Resistance Transformation And Futurity In Mediterranean Crisis Scapes

Author: Maria Boletsi
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030364151
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This collection rethinks crisis in relation to critique through the prism of various declared ‘crises’ in the Mediterranean: the refugee crisis, the Eurozone crisis, the Greek debt crisis, the Arab Spring, the Palestinian question, and others. With contributions from cultural, literary, film, and migration studies and sociology, this book shifts attention from Europe to the Mediterranean as a site not only of intersecting crises, but a breeding ground for new cultures of critique, visions of futurity, and radical imaginaries shaped through or against frameworks of crisis. If crisis rhetoric today serves populist, xenophobic or anti-democratic agendas, can the concept crisis still do the work of critique or partake in transformative languages by scholars, artists, and activists? Or should we forge different vocabularies to understand present realities? This collection explores alternative mobilizations of crisis and forms of art, cinema, literature, and cultural practices across the Mediterranean that disengage from dominant crisis narratives. Chapter 1 is available open access under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License via link.springer.com.

Production Control And The Postwar Crisis Of Japanese Capitalism 1945 1946

Author: Joe Moore
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Crime Capitalism And Community

Author: Ian R. Taylor
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Revolutionaries Resistance And Crisis In Zimbabwe

Author: Munyaradzi Gwisai
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Performance

Author: Stephen Chinna
Editor: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
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In his consideration of a wide range of 20th century political theatre and performance practices in the West, Stephen Chinna contends that it is the provisional and contingent strategies of performance that set the model for the postmodern.

Power Resistance

Author: Andrew Kirby
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Presents a theory that demonstrates the importance of the local state as a place of resistance to state control over everyday life. This work also presents studies of gun-control ordinances, gay political action, and the Mexican-American borderlands. It is useful for those concerned with state-society relations, collective action, and resistance.

Crucible Of Resistance

Author: Christos Laskos
Editor: Pluto Press (UK)
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Crucible of Resistance seeks to challenge the mainstream account of the 'Greek Crisis' and situate it within a broader regional context and ultimately a critique of the world economic system. Euclid Tsakalotos and Christos Laskos argue that Greece's exceptionalism is largely a myth. They show how the causes of the 2008 global financial crisis lie in key features of the neo-liberal economic order, including income and wealth inequalities and the hollowing out of democratic and deliberative institutions. A progressive exit from the crisis, for Greece and the eurozone as a whole, entails meeting head on the limitations of the neo-liberal order. Crucible of Resistance argues that an effective response entails confronting not just the neo-liberal order, but also the earlier social-democratic Keynesian regime. This book widens out the debate about the crisis in Greece and the eurozone linking it to socialist and class strategies at the international level.

The Theory Of Communicative Action

Author: Jürgen Habermas
Editor: Boston : Beacon Press
ISBN: 9780807014004
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International Affairs

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Proceedings

Author: Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters
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Proceedings

Author: Utah academy of sciences, arts and letters, Salt Lake city
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Contemporary Communism

Author: Richard P. Longaker
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Thunder

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Domination Legitimation And Resistance

Author: Frank Hearn
Editor: Praeger
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This work uses the critical theory developed by Herbert Marcuse and Jurgen Habermas to analyze the English working class from 1750 to 1867, in particular its social protest activities.