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Friday, 18 April 2014

Feminine Post Dramatic - Cara Berger Performing Ecriture Feminine

Strategies for a Feminist Postdramatic

We found this blog from Cara Berger, a researcher at the University of Glasgow. It documents feminist drama performed at The Arches in Glasgow: Fire into Song - part of Cara's doctoral studies, in the context of practice-as-research

Here's the background to Cara's work:-

Strategies for a Feminist Postdramatic

This website contains documentation of three performances that constitute the practical element of Cara Berger’s practice-as-research PhD on ‘Écriture Féminine: Strategies for a Feminist Politics of the Postdramatic’.

A video of each performance alongside excerpts which are referred to in the written section of the PhD, as well as supporting documents can be found by clicking on the names of the performances on the navigation bar at the bottom of this page.   More ...
'Whittaker' freely confesses that 'his' knowledge of feminist alternative drama is minimal, but if readers of this blog would like more postings of this nature, then please do share suggestions with us, and we'll be happy to incorporate them in our offerings to the staff, students and supporters of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland community.

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