22 2008

Erik Rynell Action Reconsidered

Cognitive Aspects of the Relation between Script and Scenic Action

Theatre and novel Findings about the Human Mind

Our knowledge about the human mind has undergone rapid development in later years, thanks to improved measurement techniques and increased interchange between different fields of knowledge. Cognitive science is a multidisciplinary approach to the human mind.

21 2008

Helka-Maria Kinnunen Tarinat teatterin taiteellisessa prosessissa

Miten tarinat ja tarinallisuus muovaavat teatterin taiteellista prosessia? Helka-Maria Kinnusen väitöstutkimuksen painopiste on teatterin ryhmätyöluonteessa ja siinä, miten teokset syntyvät näyttämölle yhteisessä toiminnassa. Tapausesimerkit kertovat produktiotyöskentelystä vapaalla kentällä, taidelaitoksessa ja kolmannella sektorilla, hoitolaitoksessa.

20 2008

Jukka O. Miettinen Dance Images in Temples of Mainland Southeast Asia

The reliefs and murals of temples in mainland Southeast Asia, such as the famous Angkor Wat complex in Cambodia, the temples of the city of Pagan in Myanmar, and the royal temple, Wat Phra Keo, in Bangkok, include thousands of figures related to dance in their iconographical programmes. Many of them give valuable information about dance from periods of which very little, if any, textual evidence exists to throw light on this subject.

19 2008

Leena Rouhiainen (ed) Ways of Knowing in Dance and Art

Ways of Knowing in Dance and Art addresses bodily knowledge and procedures in the field of dance art as they are understood by a number of dance artists, pedagogues and scholars. During the past decade, practice-based research has won increasing attention by artist-researchers working in the field of dance.


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