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Theatre, Globalization and the Cold War

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Introduction
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    Chapter 2 A Cold War Battleground: Catfish Row versus the Nevsky Prospekt
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    Chapter 3 Spirituals, Serfs, and Soviets: Paul Robeson and International Race Policy in the Soviet Union at the Start of the Cold War
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    Chapter 4 The Politics of an International Reputation: The Berliner Ensemble as a GDR Theatre on Tour
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    Chapter 5 ‘A tour to the West could bring a lot of trouble…’—The Mazowsze State Folk Song and Dance Ensemble during the First Period of the Cold War
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    Chapter 6 Song and Dance Ensembles in Central European Militaries: The Spread, Transformation and Retreat of a Soviet Model
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    Chapter 7 Theatre, Propaganda and the Cold War: Peter Brook’s Midsummer Night’s Dream in Eastern Europe (1972)
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    Chapter 8 MI5 Surveillance of British Cold War Theatre
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    Chapter 9 Creating an International Community during the Cold War
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    Chapter 10 The Cultural Cold War on the Home Front: The Political Role of Theatres in Communist Kraków and Leipzig
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    Chapter 11 Years of Compromise and Political Servility—Kantor and Grotowski during the Cold War
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    Chapter 12 ‘A Memorable French-Romanian Evening’: Nationalism and the Cold War at the Theatre of Nations Festival
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    Chapter 13 An Eastern Bloc Cultural Figure? Brecht’s Reception by Young Left-wingers in Greece in the 1970s
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    Chapter 14 Acting on the Cold War: Imperialist Strategies, Stanislavsky, and Brecht in German Actor Training after 1945
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    Chapter 15 Checkpoint Music Drama
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    Chapter 16 Whose Side Are You On? Cold War Trajectories in Eritrean Drama Practice, 1970s to Early 1990s
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    Chapter 17 ‘How close is Angola to us?’ Peter Weiss’s Play Song of the Lusitanian Bogeyman in the Shadow of the Cold War
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    Chapter 18 Manila and the World Dance Space: Nationalism and Globalization in Cold War Philippines and South East Asia
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Chapter title
The Politics of an International Reputation: The Berliner Ensemble as a GDR Theatre on Tour
Chapter number 4
Book title
Theatre, Globalization and the Cold War
Published by
Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, January 2017
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-48084-8_4
Book ISBNs
978-3-31-948083-1, 978-3-31-948084-8
Authors

David Barnett

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