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Public Talk by Helen Gilbert: "Deep Time, Slow Violence, Haunted Lands"

Leonhardt, Nic (7 déc. 2016)

The Centre for Global Theatre History cordially invites you to this guest lecture by Helen Gilbert, professor for theatre studies and currently a Alexander von Humboldt fellow at the Rachel Carson Centre, Munich. The lecture will take place on Wednesday, 14 December, 12-2pm at the Institute for ...

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Theatrical Agents in Asia and Europe: GTH Panel at the Annual Conference of the Cluster of Excellence in Heidelberg

Leonhardt, Nic (16 mai 2014)

Three members of the GTH team, Nic Leonhardt, Christopher Balme, and meLê yamomo, have been invited to organize a panel at the annual conference of the Cluster of Excellence "Asia & Europe in a Global Context" (8-10 October, 2014, Heidelberg) They will present and discuss hitherto unknown facets ...

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What is and how can you write Global Theatre Histories? - a Feature

Leonhardt, Nic (12 juin 2014)

Out now: "Die Welt - ein Theater" - a feature by journalist Maximilian Burkhart about the work of Christopher Balme (PI) and Nic Leonhardt (Associate Director) and the GTH team. Theatre Encompasses the Globe_English Global Theatre Histories_Einsichten 1_2014 http://www.uni-muenchen.de/aktuelles/ ...

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Terror and Performance – A Workshop

gerotoegl (15 oct. 2015)

a short report by Rashna Nicholson DFG Research Training Group: "Globalization and Literature. Representations, Transformations, Interventions", LMU Munich, and associate of the GTH project On 12 May 2015, Rustom Bharucha, Professor at the School of Arts & Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, ...

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Gero Toegl: The Bayreuth Enterprise 1845-1914

Leonhardt, Nic (28 janv. 2015)

We warmly congratulate our fellow colleague Gero Toegl on the successful defense of his PhD thesis "The Bayreuth Enterprise 1845-1914" on 15 January, 2015.(supervisor: Prof. Dr. Christopher Balme) In his thesis, Gero (who joined the GTH project in 2010), investigates the world-famous Bayreuth ...

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New paper by Nic Leonhardt: "Re-routing the World Tour of the Boosra Mahin Siamese Theatre Troupe (1900)"

Leonhardt, Nic (29 juil. 2015)

published in Theatre Research International, Volume 40 / Issue 02 / July 2015, pp 140-155 abstract: "Bangkok, Singapore, Paris, Vienna, Berlin, St Petersburg – some thirty performers of the Boosra Mahin Siamese Theatrical Troupe toured the world in 1900. Daily newspapers enthusiastically reported ...

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Global Theatre Histories

Leonhardt, Nic (12 mai 2014)

This blog is part of the research project “Global Theatre Histories”, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) (www.gth.theaterwissenschaft.uni-muenchen.de). The project investigates the emergence of theatre as a global phenomenon against the background of imperial expansion and ...

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Negotiating the Entertainment Business: Theatrical Brokers around 1900

Leonhardt, Nic (8 oct. 2015)

Special focus issue of the Popular Entertainment Studies Journal, Vol 6, No 2 (2015) Guest Editor: Nic Leonhardt (Munich) “Between the artist who seeks for an engagement and the manager always on the look out for an extraordinary ‛novelty,’”, write Hughes Le Roux and Jules Garnier in ...

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Developing Theatre after 1945 - Lecture by Christopher Balme @ Uni Heidelberg

Leonhardt, Nic (19 oct. 2016)

The Department of History at Heidelberg University has invited Christopher Balme to speak about his new ERC project Developing Theatre as part of the department's lecture series on Global History. The lecture entitled Developing Theatre: Building Expert Networks for Theatre in Emerging Countries ...

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Public Talk: Theatre in Occupied Berlin and Vienna, 1945-1948

Leonhardt, Nic (15 nov. 2016)

Public talk by Rebecca Rovit (University of Kansas, Fulbright Fellow IFK Wien) Organized by the Centre for Global Theatre Histories. 30 November, 2016, 12-2pm. Theaterwissenschaft, Georgenstrasse 11, 80796 Muenchen, room #109. "Cultural historians have not sufficiently analyzed how theatre directors ...

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