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  Volume 43, Number 4, Winter 2000

Table of Contents

Modern: Drama (defining the field), Part I

pp. 525-528
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Physiologies of the Modern: Zola, Experimental Medicine, and the Naturalist Stage

pp. 529-542
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Making Sense of Sensation: Enlightenment, Embodiment, and the End(s) of Modern Drama

pp. 543-566
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Luminous Writing, Embodiment, and Modern Drama: Mme Blavatsky and Bertolt Brecht

pp. 567-582
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The Haunted Houses of Modernity

pp. 583-594
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Hauntings: Anxiety, Technology, and Gender in Peter Pan

pp. 595-610
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August Wilson, Doubling, Madness, and Modern African-American Drama

pp. 611-632
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Reviews

Lovesick: Modernist Plays of Same-Sex Love, 1894-1925 by Laurence Senelick (review)

pp. 633-636
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Out on Stage: Lesbian and Gay Theatre in the Twentieth Century by Alan Sinfield (review)

pp. 636-638
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Something for the Boys: Musical Theater and Gay Culture by John M. Clum (review)

pp. 639-641
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Disidentifications: Queers of Color and the Performance of Politics by José Esteban Muñoz (review)

pp. 641-643
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Corpus Delecti: Performance Art of the Americas ed. by Coco Fusco (review)

pp. 643-646
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Africans on Stage: Studies in Ethnological Show Business ed. by Bernth Lindfors (review)

pp. 646-649
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Drama and Performance ed. by John Conteh-Morgan and Tejumola Olaniyan (review)

pp. 649-651
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Community in Motion: Theatre for Development in Africa by L. Dale Byam (review)

pp. 651-653
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South African Theatre As/And Intervention ed. by Marcia Blumberg and Dennis Walder (review)

pp. 653-656
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Contributors

pp. 657-658
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Index to Volume 42, 1999

pp. 659-661
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Index to Volume 43, 2000

pp. 662-665

Research Areas

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