[MGSA-L] CFP: Theatro Polis #3 (Epidaurus)

Roland Moore rolandmo at pacbell.net
Mon Dec 19 13:03:44 PST 2016

To whom it may concern:

Attached please find the call for papers for the issue # 3 of the journal Theatrou Polis (Theater City), which is dedicated to Epidaurus and may be of interest to visitors of your website. Theatrou Polis is an e-journal of the Theater department of the University of the Peloponnese. Could you please post our call for papers? 

Thank you for your help.
Yours sincerely,
On behalf of the editors of the issue,
Marina Kotzamani

The editors of the issue,
Yannis Leontaris and Marina Kotzamani

Σχολή Καλών Τεχνών
Τμήμα Θεατρικών Σπουδών 
Faculty of Fine Arts
Department of Theatre Studies

Βασιλέως Κωνσταντίνου 21,21100
Τηλ. 2752096129,127,130,131,124
Ηλ. Ταχ.: ts-secretary at uop.gr
Ιστοσελίδα: http://ts.uop.gr

21, Vas. Konstantinou, Nafplio, 21100
Tel:. +30)2752096129,127,130,131,124
e-mail.: ts-secretary at uop.gr
Web: http://ts.uop.gr

Interdisciplinary Journal for Theater and the Arts
Issue # 3: Epidaurus

Call for Scholarly Papers
Theatrou Polis is a peer reviewed interdisciplinary journal for theater and the arts, published annually, in electronic form, by the department of Theater Studies, School of Fine Arts, of the University of the Peloponnese. The forthcoming issue (number 3), of the journal is dedicated to Epidaurus.
The issue aims at fleshing out the influence of the theater of Epidaurus in theater history, dramaturgy, production analysis, as well as on ideological discourse. Of particular interest are submissions dealing with aesthetic and ideological conflicts, stimulating complex discourses regarding the character and the uses of the site, the monument and the stage of Epidaurus.The subject encompasses a broad range of scholarly and artistic interests, inviting interdisciplinary approaches. Submissions may focus on the following thematic units:
A.	The Site
The Monument; its Cultural Identity; its Usage

B.	The Productions
History, Dramaturgy, Production Analysis and Theater Practice 

C.	Reception
Criticism; Audiences; Education; Ideological Discourses relating to: Tradition-Innovation; Transgression; Censorship; Multiculturalism

D.	Institutions
Epidaurus and Cultural Politics; Epidaurus as a Theater Festival and its relation to other Festivals; Epidaurus and Local Communities.

In addition to the peer reviewed scholarly articles, the special on Epidaurus will include the following: 
A. Brief texts by invited theater and visual artists dealing with the following question:
“Is there a work/production/event/installation, excluding ancient Greek drama, which could take place at the ancient theater of Epidaurus? Imagine your own participation in this project.” 
B. A selection of archival material of scenic designs executed for past productions at the theater of Epidaurus. Guest scenic designers will submit annotated drawings and/or photographs for this section. 
Guidelines for scholarly submissions:
•	Language: Greek or English
•	Length of articles: 4.000-8.000 words (including footnotes)
•	Deadline for submissions: 30/4/2017
•	Include a short bio with your submission (up to 200 words).
•	Send the file as an attachment, using your last name, in capitals, as its title, followed by the number ‘1,’ to the following address: theatroupolisepidauros at uop.gr

Please address all inquiries to the editors of the issue:

Yannis Leontaris Marina Kotzamani
yleontaris at gmail.com	m.a.kotzamani at gmail.com

Name	Marina Kotzamani
Email	m.a.kotzamani at gmail.com
Theater Department, University of the Peloponnese
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