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  Volume 28, Number 2, Fall 2011

Table of Contents

From the Editor

pp. v-vi
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Addendum to Modern Chinese Drama in English: A Selective Bibliography

pp. 279-280
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Symposium: Founders of the Field

The Association for Asian Performance: A Brief History

pp. 281-308
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Founders of the Field: Japan Introduction

pp. 309-313
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Faubion Bowers

pp. 314-321
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John D. Mitchell

pp. 322-331
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Earle S. Ernst

pp. 332-340
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James R. Brandon

pp. 341-355
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Samuel L. Leiter

pp. 356-367
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Andrew T. Tsubaki

pp. 368-374
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Leonard Cabell Pronko

pp. 375-391
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Donald Keene

pp. 392-399
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J. Thomas Rimer

pp. 400-408
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Founders of the Field: China Introduction

pp. 409-413
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A. C. Scott

pp. 414-425
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Colin Mackerras

pp. 426-436
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Founders of the Field: South and Southeast Asia Introduction

pp. 437-442
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Melvyn Helstien

pp. 443-450
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John Emigh

pp. 451-462
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Roger Long

pp. 463-474
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Fredrik deBoer

pp. 475-482
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Articles

“Modern Theatre for the Twenty-first Century”?: Shanghai Conservatory of Music’s Staging of The White Goddess (2009).

pp. 483-504
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The Ati-Atihan Festival: Dancing with the Santo Niño at the “Filipino Mardi Gras”

pp. 505-528
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“Flower” as Performing Body in Nō Theatre

pp. 529-548
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Remapping the Korean Theatre Tradition: A Case Study of Gwolhui, a Theatre of the Confucian Students in the Chosun Dynasty

pp. 549-568
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Performance Reviews

Charudattam (Kathakali Julius Caesar) (review)

pp. 569-572
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My Daughter’s Wedding (review)

pp. 573-577
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Waiting for God’s Words (review)

pp. 577-584
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Book Reviews

China’s Greatest Operatic Male Actor of Female Roles: Documenting the Life and Art of Mei Lanfang, 1894–1961 (review)

pp. 585-588
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Theatre in Colonial India: Play-House of Power (review)

pp. 588-592
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Modern Indian Theatre: A Reader (review)

pp. 592-595
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Engendering Performance: Indian Women Performers in Search of an Identity (review)

pp. 595-598
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Balasaraswati: Her Art and Life (review)

pp. 598-602
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NŌ Theatre Transversal (review)

pp. 602-605
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Illusive Utopia: Theater, Film, and Everyday Performance in North Korea (review)

pp. 605-609
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Film Reviews

Dojoji—A Lovers’ Duet; The Sentimental Plasterer; Nezumi, the Japanese Robin Hood (review)

pp. 610-613
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Color Insert

Color Insert

pp. Color Insert 1-6
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