The Amfiteater’s second number of the seventh volume is dedicated to the work of Simona Semenič. It…
The first issue of the eighth volume of Amfiteater is devoted entirely to the theme of amateur theatre. The latter is not often the subject of scientific research, neither in Slovenia nor abroad. Given the rich history of amateur theatre in Slovenia and elsewhere in Europe, we have approached this field from various perspectives. Some key periods in the development of Slovenian theatre were analysed by Aldo Milohnič (The Workers’ Stage under Bratko Kreft and Ferdo Delak), Tomaž Toporišič (linking Slovenian avant-garde currents from the late 1960s with the contemporary American avant-garde) and Barbara Orel (the turn to non-acting).
Of course, Slovenian amateur theatre is still a vital part of the theatre landscape. By comparing the current situation in Malta, Estonia and Slovenia, we also aimed to comparatively place it into the European context.
This issue is supplemented by studies of various examples of amateur theatres and projects in Slovenia and abroad.
Govor v pedagoški praksi (Katarina Podbevšek in Nina Žavbi, ur: Govor v pedagoški praksi)
Javna tajna: dolgčas (post)dramskega gledališča (Florence Dupont: Aristotel ali vampir zahodnega gledališča)
Editor-in-Chief: Gašper Troha, PhD, Assist. Prof. (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts and Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and Television)
Editorial Board: Bojana Kunst, PhD, Prof. (Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft, Justus-Liebig University Gießen, DE), Barbara Orel, PhD, Prof. (University of Ljubljana, Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and Television), Primož Jesenko, MA (Slovenian Theatre Institute), Blaž Lukan, PhD, Assist. Prof. (University of Ljubljana, Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and Television), Aldo Milohnić, PhD, Assoc. Prof. (University of Ljubljana, Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and Television), Maja Šorli, PhD (self-employed in culture), Tomaž Toporišič, PhD, Assoc. Prof. (University of Ljubljana, Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and Television)
International Editorial Board: Mark Amerika, MFA (University of Colorado, US), Marin Blažević, PhD, Assoc. Prof. (Sveučilište u Zagrebu, HR), Ramsay Burt, PhD (De Montfort University, GB), Joshua Edelman, PhD (Manchester Metropolitan University, GB), Jure Gantar, PhD (Dalhousie University, CA), Janelle Reinelt, PhD (The University of Warwick, GB), Anneli Saro, PhD (Tartu Űlikool, EE), Miško Šuvaković, PhD, Prof. (Univerzitet Singidunum, RS), Stephen Elliot Wilmer, Prof. (Trinity College Dublin, IE)
Published by: Slovenian Theatre Institute (represented by Mojca Jan Zoran, Director) and University of Ljubljana, Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television (represented by Tomaž Gubenšek, Dean)
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
ISSN: 1855-4539 (Printed Edition), 1855-850X (Digital Edition)
Paperback, 374 pages; 17cm x 24 cm; Slovenian/English Language.
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