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Performing hybridity

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Published by University of Minnesota Press in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hybridity (Social sciences) and the arts

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMay Joseph, Jennifer Natalya Fink, editors.
    ContributionsJoseph, May., Fink, Jennifer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNX180.H93 P47 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 258 p. :
    Number of Pages258
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL381500M
    ISBN 100816630100, 0816630119
    LC Control Number98043817

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Performing hybridity Download PDF EPUB FB2

Contributors use forms such as the essay, poem, photography, and case study to examine historically specific cases in which the notion of hybridity recasts our ideas of identity and performance: the struggle for Aboriginal land rights in Australia; Bahian carnival; the creolization and pidginization of language in the Caribbean world; queer videos; and : May Joseph.

Performing Hybridity brings together a collection of poems, essays, case studies and photographic works in the fields of performance studies and cultural studies that examine instances in which the notion of hybridity challenges ideas of identity and performance.

Contributors such as Toby Miller, Fiona Foley, Shani Mootoo, Celeste Olalquiaga and Fred Moten provide a sampling of how artists are articulating new hybrid. Performing Hybridity in Colonial-Modern China is one of the few pioneering works in the field of modern Chinese theatre/performance studies.

It provides a historical narrative that demonstrates the rigorous archival tenacity expected for a historian; yet it places this Cited by: Contributors use forms such as the essay, poem, photography, and case study to examine historically specific cases in which the notion of hybridity recasts our ideas of identity and performance: the struggle for Aboriginal land rights in Australia; Bahian carnival; the creolization and pidginization of language in the Caribbean world; queer videos; and others.

Performing Hybridity would be of interest to the teacher-librarianship and general education community. The results of the research are not state or site specific and are applicable to other states in Australia. Performing Hybridity in Colonial-Modern China is one of the few pioneering works in the field of modern Chinese theatre/performance studies.

It provides a historical narrative that demonstrates the rigorous archival tenacity expected for a historian; yet it places this.

Performing Hybridity Book Description: Amid the modern-day complexities of migration and exile, immigration and repatriation, notions of stable national identity give way to ideas about cultural “hybridity.”.

ISBN: ; ISBN: Performing Hybridity in Colonial-Modern China fills a crucial gap in studies of modern Chinese theater by providing an in-depth study of the genre of wenmingxi (civilized drama).

The dominant new theater form of the s, wenmingxi has been largely passed over by scholars both inside and outside China, in favor of a constructed history of huaju. This book places wenmingxi in the context of its hybridized literary and performance elements, giving it a definitive place in modern Chinese theatre.

目录 List of Illustrations ix Acknowledgments xi Note on Translation and Names xiii Introduction: Modernity, Interculturalism, and Hybridity 1 : Siyuan Liu.

In Shanghai in the early twentieth century, a hybrid theatrical form, wenmingxi, emerged that was based on Western spoken theatre, classical Chinese theatre, and a Japanese hybrid form known as shinpa.

This book places it in the context of its hybridized literary and performance elements, giving it a definitive place in modern Chinese theatre. Amid the modern-day complexities of migration and exile, immigration and repatriation, notions of stable national identity give way to ideas about cultural "hybridity." The authors represented in this volume use different forms of performative writing to question this process, to ask how the production of new political identities destabilizes ideas about gender, sexuality, and the nation in the public sphere.

Although the foundational discourses of hybridity lie in the anthropological and biological discourses of conquest and colonization, the modern move to deploy hybridity as a disruptive democratic discourse of cultural citizenship is a distinctly anti-imperial and antiauthoritarian development.

Lee "Performing Hybridity in Colonial-Modern China" por S. Liu disponible en Rakuten Kobo. In Shanghai in the early twentieth century, a hybrid theatrical form, wenmingxi, emerged that was based on Western spoke Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US.

In Shanghai in the early twentieth century, a hybrid theatrical form, wenmingxi, emerged that was based on Western spoken theatre, classical Chinese theatre, and a Japanese hybrid form known as shinpa.

This book places it in the context of its hybridized literary and performance elements, giving it a definitive place in modern Chinese : Palgrave Macmillan US. Hybridity has become a master trope across many spheres of cultural research, theory, and criticism, and one of the most widely used and criticized concepts in postcolonial theory.

This article begins with a thorough review of the interdisciplinary scholarship on by: Hybridity and Other Poems / Shani Mootoo. The Autoethnographic Performance: Reading Richard Fung's Queer Hybridity / Jose Esteban Munoz.

Taboo Memories and Diasporic Visions: Columbus, Palestine, and Arab-Jews / Ella Shohat. This interdisciplinary collection of critical articles seeks to reassess the concept of hybridity and its relevance to post-colonial theory and literature.

The challenging articles written by internationally acclaimed scholars discuss the usefulness of the term in relation to such questions as citizenship, whiteness studies and transnational.

Share - Performing Hybridity by May Joseph and Jennifer Fink (, Paperback) Performing Hybridity by May Joseph and Jennifer Fink (, Paperback) Be the first to write a review. Abstract. These statements from Zheng Zhengqiu and Wang Youyou demonstrate the keen awareness among the most astute wenmingxi practitioners regarding performance challenges facing new theatre actors who could not follow established stage conventions, as was the case for contrast, wenmingxi was supposed to be speech-centric and free of old theatre’s stylized movement, singing, Author: Siyuan Liu.

Performing hybridity [electronic resource] / May Joseph, Jennifer Natalya Fink, editors. Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest (Firm) Other authors: Joseph, May. Fink, Jennifer. Format: eBook Online access: Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central.

Performing Hybridity May Joseph, Jennifer Natalya Fink Published by University of Minnesota Press Joseph, May and Jennifer Natalya Fink. Performing Hybridity.This book analyses the enactment of 'Scottishness' through various media and what, in the modern day, it means to be 'Scottish'.

The book engages with the tension created between the performance of a Scottish identity and the extent to which this undermines the narrative of a unified Britain.

Tartan Enactments and Performing Hybridity.This book is divided into three main sections: a three-article Prologue on Performing-Researching-Writing Hybridity; 23 Issues on Dance Hybridity; and; an Epilogue by three writers. Case studies or country specific discussions on Issues on Dance Hybridity are approached from various angles by the contributors to this volume.