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  Volume 27, Number 2, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

In Memoriam

p. 1

Editor's Introduction Spring 2013

pp. 6-7


Necessary Repetition/Répétition: Rehearsing Loss in the Theatre of Samuel Beckett

pp. 7-30

"This is a Real Gun": 500 Clown and Speech Act Theory

pp. 31-41

Special Section: “Witnessing History, Performing Trauma”

Edited by Rebecca Rovit

Introduction: Witnessing History, Performing Trauma

pp. 45-52

Trauma Studies Moving Forward: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

pp. 53-65

Channels of Witness: Space, Abstraction, and the Commemoration of Genocide

pp. 67-104

Staging Baghdadi Bath on the Western Stage: Toward a Theatre of Trauma

pp. 105-118

Does Work Liberate?: The Holocaust as Homeopathic Trauma and Deep Structure in Israeli Drama and Performative Re/Presentation of the Middle East Conflict

pp. 119-143

Forgetting to Remember: Performance and Conflict in a Post TRC Peru

pp. 145-157

Theatre and the Rwandan Genocide

pp. 159-166

The Wannsee Conference and Re-embodying the Historical Archive: Trauma and the Moral Imperative

pp. 167-179

Book Reviews

Shakespearean Neuroplay: Reinvigorating the Study of Dramatic Texts and Performance Through Cognitive Science by Amy Cook (review)

pp. 183-185

Early-Twentieth-Century Frontier Dramas on Broadway: Situating the Western Experience in Performing Arts by Richard Wattenberg (review)

pp. 185-187

Theatre and War: Theatrical Responses Since 1991 by Jeanne Colleran (review)

pp. 187-189

Entangled: Technology and the Transformation of Performance by Chris Salter (review)

pp. 189-191

Performing Heritage: Research, Practice and Innovation in Museum Theatre and Live Interpretation ed. by Anthony Jackson and Jenny Kidd (review)

pp. 192-194

The Process of Dramaturgy: A Handbook by Scott R. Irelan, Anne Fletcher, and Julie Felise Dubiner (review)

pp. 194-196

Re-visioning Myth: Modern and Contemporary Drama by Women by Frances Babbage (review)

pp. 196-198

Cognition in the Globe: Attention and Memory in Shakespeare's Theatre by Evelyn Tribble (review)

pp. 199-201

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