restricted access   Volume 11, Number 3 / Volume 12, Number 1, 1989 (PAJ 33/34)

Table of Contents

The Interculturalism Issue

Editorial

Editorial: Interculturalism and Performance

pp. 5-8

I. The Issue of Interculturalism

AC/TC: Currents of Theatrical Exchange

pp. 11-21

Theatre and the Retrieval of the Pregnant Goddess as a Paradigm of What is Human or Ultimate Interculturalism

pp. 22-35

The Forest as Archive: Wilson and Interculturalism

pp. 36-44

The Condition of Ritual in Theatre: An Intercultural Perspective

pp. 45-58

Lee Breuer on Interculturalism

pp. 59-66

II. Travels in Culture

Yaqui Easter: A Reflection on Cross-Cultural Experience

pp. 69-83

The Tempest in Bali

pp. 84-107

Performance in the Fourth World: An Interview with Ula Ryum

pp. 108-119

Invisible Cities/Transcultural Images

pp. 120-138

Cross-Cultural Dress and Tourist Performance in Egypt

pp. 139-148

III. Kinds of History

Intercultural Themes

pp. 151-162

Interculturalism, Postmodernism, Pluralism

pp. 163-175

Interculturalism and Iconophilia in the New Theatre

pp. 176-185

Interculturalism and American Music

pp. 186-202

IV. International Reports

The Culture of Perestroika

pp. 205-210

An Interview with Nina Agisheva: Theatre Critic of Pravda

pp. 211-218

BITEF: An International Theatre Festival

pp. 219-225

A Week in Prague

pp. 226-232

V. Book Reviews

Recent Writing on Interculturalism

The Predicament of Culture: Twentieth-Century Ethnography, Literature, and Art by James Clifford (review)

pp. 235-237

In Other Worlds: Essays in Cultural Politics by Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak (review)

pp. 238-239

Time Out of Time: Essays on the Festival ed. by Alessandro Falassi (review)

pp. 240-242

Of Related Interest

The Cambridge Guide to World Theatre by Martin Banham (review)

pp. 242-243