Ireland, Memory and Performing the Historical Imagination by Mary P. Caulfield,C. Collins

By Mary P. Caulfield,C. Collins

This ebook explores the functionality of Irish collective stories and forgotten histories. It proposes another and extra entire criterion of Irish theatre practices. those practices will be outlined because the 'rejected', contested and undervalued performs and performativities which are imperative to Ireland's political and cultural landscapes.

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