Volume 44, Number 1, March 2011

Table of Contents

A Special Issue: Kristin Linklater / The Santorini Voice Symposium

  Introduction

pp. v-vii

  Crossings: An Interview with Kristin Linklater

pp. 1-45

  The Santorini Experiment: How Philosophy Ended its Ancient Quarrel with Theatre

pp. 47-63

  Re-imagining the Actor’s Quartet

pp. 65-87

  Of Rabbit Holes and Aquamarines (Cabbages and Kings)

pp. 89-99

  Philosophy of the Body

pp. 101-104

  Santorini—A Stream of Images

pp. 105-108

  The Moment of Nothing: A Philosophical Note on the Work of Kristin Linklater

pp. 109-119

  Reflection on the Santorini Voice Symposium

p. 120

  The Voice, the Body, and the Mind: Reflections in the Aftermath of Kant and Herder

pp. 121-137

  Reflection on the Santorini Voice Symposium

pp. 138-139

  Voice as “Relational Space”: Agency beyond Narcissism or the Loss of Self

pp. 141-161

  Reflection on the Santorini Voice Symposium

pp. 162-163

  The Voices That I Am

pp. 165-175

  One Ship in the Night

pp. 177-180

  Freedom in Community: Aristotle’s Polis and Linklater’s Actor’s Quartet

pp. 181-195

  Reflection on the Santorini Voice Symposium

pp. 196-197

  Why Santorini?: A Response in Two Voices

pp. 199-208

  Contributing Actors, Teachers, and Musicians

pp. 209-210

  Images

p. 211