Volume 51, Number 3, Fall 2008

Table of Contents

From: Modern Drama

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Special Issue: Theatre and Medicine

Guest Editor: Stanton B. Garner, Jr.

Introduction: Is There a Doctor in the House? Medicine and the Making of Modern Drama

pp. 311-328
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Strindberg as Vivisector: Physiology, Pathology, and Anti-Mimesis in The Father and Miss Julie

pp. 329-352
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Choleric Fictions: Epidemiology, Medical Authority, and An Enemy of the People

pp. 353-368
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Coercive Somatographies: X-rays, Hypnosis, and Stanislavsky's Production Plan for The Seagull

pp. 369-388
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The Some of the Parts: Prosthesis and Function in Bertolt Brecht, Oskar Schlemmer, and Kurt Jooss

pp. 389-410
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Reviews

Understanding Beth Henley (review)

pp. 411-413
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The Senses in Performance (review)

pp. 413-415
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Brian Friel, Ireland, and the North (review)

pp. 415-417
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Cool Britannia? British Political Drama in the 1990s (review)

pp. 417-420
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Radical Nostalgia: Spanish Civil War Commemoration in America (review)

pp. 420-422
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Re:Producing Women's Dramatic History: The Politics of Playing in Toronto (review)

pp. 422-424
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Performance and Cognition: Theatre Studies and the Cognitive Turn (review)

pp. 424-426
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The Wooster Group Work Book (review)

pp. 427-429
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 430-431
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