This book may serve as an example of this effort. Edited and produced in close cooperation with the Faculty of Humanities of Károli Gáspár University, Budapest, and the Hungarian and German National Associations for Supervision and Coaching (MSZCT, DGSv), it offers relevant research reports by 22 scholars from all over Europe. Its aim is to inspire practitioners as much as researchers have been - and are - inspired by them.
This book approaches these questions under two broad headings: first, “Influencing Beckett,” or the ongoing traces of how Beckett constructed his own work by drawing on artists and thinkers near and far, ancient and current; second, “Beckett Influencing,” or how his work has unfolded into the contemporary world across genre, across media, and as a source for others’ artworks. The third section, “Practitioner Voices,” concerns the implementation of such patterns of influence in theatrical practice.
With contributions from eight countries, this volume emerges from the first Beckett conference to be held in Hungary. It captures the international, experimental, and collaborative spirit of the Samuel Beckett Working Group of the International Federation for Theatre Research.
|Szerzők(vesszővel elválasztva)||Anita Rákóczy, Mariko Hori Tanaka, Nicholas E. Johnson|