The theatre of the 1960s and 1970s brought about a paradigmatic turn that was later called the…
This year, the Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television (AGRFT, Slovenia) is celebrating its 70th anniversary. Founded in 1946 as the Academy of Drama Arts (AIU), it acquired its current name in 1963 and became a member of the University of Ljubljana (UL AGRFT) in 1975. To mark this occasion, the Academy published the collection Zbornik ob 70-letnici [70th Anniversary Essays], edited by Blaž Lukan. One of the major contributions is the article “Znanstvenoraziskovalna dejavnost na področju gledališča in scenskih umetnosti na UL AGRFT: zgodovinski pregled” [Academic Research in Theatre and the Performing Arts at UL AGRFT: A Historical Overview], written by Barbara Orel.
Nova vloga dramskega teksta v sodobnem slovenskem gledališču (Maja Šorli: Slovenska postdramska pomlad.) (available in Sloveninan language only)
Vseobsegajoče dvojnosti plesa (ujete) osvobojene v večnosti trenutka (Katja Legin: Dvojnosti – Performer in njegovo delo.) (available in Sloveninan language only)
Henrik VI. in Shakespearova politična teologija (Gašper Jakovac: Kar Bog zahteva, to naj kralj ukrene. Ideologija absolutizma v Shakespearovi trilogiji Henrik VI.) (available in Sloveninan language only)
Editor-in-Chief: Maja Šorli
Editorial Board: Bojana Kunst, Barbara Orel, Ana Perne, Blaž Lukan, Aldo Milohnić, Gašper Troha
International Advisory Board: Mark Amerika (University of Colorado, US), Marin Blažević (Sveučilište u Zagrebu, HR), Ramsay Burt (De Montfort University, GB), Joshua Edelman (Manchester Metropolitan University, GB), Jure Gantar (Dalhousie University, CA), Janelle Reinelt (The University of Warwick, GB), Anneli Saro (Tartu Űlikool, EE), Miško Šuvaković (Univerzitet Singidunum, RS), S. E. Wilmer (Trinity College Dublin, IE)
This work is published under Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) Licence.
Publishers: Sloveninan Theatre Institute and University in Ljubljana, Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television
The publication was supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia.
ISSN: 1855-4539 (Printed Edition), 1855-850X (Digital Edition)
Paperback, 142 pages; 17cm x 24 cm; Slovenian/English Language.
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