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The theatre of the other - Japanese theatre in western records

The theater of the other - Japanese theater in western records 異質性の演劇-西洋記録に見る日本演劇
Japanese theatre today is part of the global performing arts world. This was not always the case. The seminar will trace the image as well as the reception of Japanese theater by dealing with foreign writings on theater as well as on actual performances from the Meiji period onward as well as on reports and reviews of early Japanese performances in Europe and the US. The aim is to relate to the development these primary cultural resources, the view on the theatre of the Other to the developments of Japanese theatre since the Meiji period. The seminar is based on intensive critical reading and traces transcultural aspects of the development and reception of Japanese theatre abroad.
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教員
学期
時限
21215015
GHS-CR6E01L3
The theatre of the other - Japanese theatre in western records
BERGMANN ANNEGRET
A1 A2
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教室
法文1号館 316教室
講義使用言語
英語
単位
2
実務経験のある教員による授業科目
NO
他学部履修
開講所属
人文社会系研究科
授業計画
1.Introduction and guidance 2.Other/Otherness- theoretical approaches 3.Characteristics of the Japanese theater 4.English language reports on Japanese theatre 5.Western Attitudes Towards Japanese theatre 6.Setting the stage for a foreign audience 7.Foreigners on the Japanese stage 8.Japanese Guest-Tours in Europe 9.The Other theatre on the Japanese stage – shingeki 10.Reports and critics on the Japanese stage in foreign journals 11.Kabuki performances overseas and its reception 12.Kabuki as the Other in Japanese contemporary theatre 13.Wrap-up N.B.: The content of this class is subject to change.
授業の方法
Students are expected to read and prepare comments, as well as actively participate in class discussions. They will give one presentation on a text of their choice related to the content of this class, and turn it into a 2000 to 2500 word essay based on feedback from peers and instructor.
成績評価方法
Class participation 30%, presentation and in-class discussions 30%, final essay 40%.
教科書
None
参考書
None
履修上の注意
Compulsory reading texts will be uploaded to ITC-LMS