Theatre, Facilitation, and Nation Formation in the Balkans and Middle East
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Theatre, Facilitation, and Nation Formation in the Balkans and Middle East

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How might theatre intervene in violent inter-ethnic conflicts? This book addresses this question through detailed case studies in the Balkans and theMiddle East, showing how theatrical facilitations model ways that ethnic oppositions can move towards ethical relationships....more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published July 15th 2009 by Palgrave Macmillan
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Miss Karen Jean Martinson
Amazing! This is such a thoughtful, critically rigorous yet emotionally inspiring look into what theatre can do told through the innovative collaborations Sonja (I can call her Sonja because, as my dissertation advisor, teacher, colleague, and friend, that's what I do call her) has facilitated and witnessed. In gearing up for my own work in Chicago with trauma-stricken youth, this book is a invaluable resource, reminding me of the many things I must consider as I stage theatre with them. Morevoe...more
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