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The Essence Of Raves: A Transfusion Of ‘60s Counterculture, Jesse Duab 2014 Florida State University

The Essence Of Raves: A Transfusion Of ‘60s Counterculture, Jesse Duab

The Owl

The counterculture decade of the ‘60s is examined with comparative reference to ‘90s underground rave culture. Based on research specific to New York City, this journal dives into the amorphous fusion of space, sound, bodies, and technologies to discover hidden spectacles of culture inherent to raves. Seen most evidently through the analysis of music, dance, and production design, these movements hold sociocultural implications of mass youth generation credos. The infiltration of underground movements into popular culture, seen today through the commercialized appeal of electronic music, represents a rebirth of classic countercultural ideas. Most notably, the identification with marginality, democratization, and ...


Extremes Of Gender And Power: Sycorax’S Absence In Shakespeare’S The Tempest, Brittney Blystone 2014 University of Akron

Extremes Of Gender And Power: Sycorax’S Absence In Shakespeare’S The Tempest, Brittney Blystone

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


When Words Defile Things: Homoerotic Desire And Extreme Depictions Of Masculinity In Shakespeare’S Coriolanus And, Aaron Hubbard 2014 University of Akron

When Words Defile Things: Homoerotic Desire And Extreme Depictions Of Masculinity In Shakespeare’S Coriolanus And, Aaron Hubbard

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


Jean-François Ducis: Re-Creating Shakespeare For An Eighteenth-Century Audience, Amy Drake 2014 University of Akron

Jean-François Ducis: Re-Creating Shakespeare For An Eighteenth-Century Audience, Amy Drake

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


Helena And “The Rarest Argument Of Wonder”: All’S Well That Ends Well And The Romance Genre, Byron Nelson 2014 University of Akron

Helena And “The Rarest Argument Of Wonder”: All’S Well That Ends Well And The Romance Genre, Byron Nelson

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


Lexical Dichotomy And Ethics In Macbeth, Lindsey Simon-Jones 2014 University of Akron

Lexical Dichotomy And Ethics In Macbeth, Lindsey Simon-Jones

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


“How This World Is Given To Lying!”: Orson Welles’S Deconstruction Of Historiographies In Chimes At Midnight, Jeffrey Wayne Yeager 2014 University of Akron

“How This World Is Given To Lying!”: Orson Welles’S Deconstruction Of Historiographies In Chimes At Midnight, Jeffrey Wayne Yeager

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


Tortured Calculations: Body Economies In Shakespeare’S Cultures Of Honor, Brandon E. Polite 2014 University of Akron

Tortured Calculations: Body Economies In Shakespeare’S Cultures Of Honor, Brandon E. Polite

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


The Dangers Of Playing House: Celia's Subversive Role In As You Like It, Allison Grant 2014 University of Akron

The Dangers Of Playing House: Celia's Subversive Role In As You Like It, Allison Grant

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


“Much Virtue In If”: Ethics And Uncertainty In Hamlet And As You Like It, David Summers 2014 University of Akron

“Much Virtue In If”: Ethics And Uncertainty In Hamlet And As You Like It, David Summers

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


Hamlet’S Hard-Boiled Ethics, James Lewin 2014 University of Akron

Hamlet’S Hard-Boiled Ethics, James Lewin

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


Time Served In Prison Shakespeare, Niels Herold, Matt Wallace 2014 University of Akron

Time Served In Prison Shakespeare, Niels Herold, Matt Wallace

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


“We Know What We Are, But We Know Not What We May Be:” Marianne Faithfull, Ophelia And The Power Of Performance, Gabriel Rieger 2014 University of Akron

“We Know What We Are, But We Know Not What We May Be:” Marianne Faithfull, Ophelia And The Power Of Performance, Gabriel Rieger

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


An Act Of Devotion, Deborah Tannen 2014 University of San Francisco

An Act Of Devotion, Deborah Tannen

Ontario Review

Deborah Tannen is University Professor of Linguistics at Georgetown University in Washington.D.C. Best known outside academia for You Just Don't Understand: Women and Men in Conversation, she has also published a dozen scholarly books on linguistics, essays, short stories, poems, and translations. This is her first work for the theater.


Prologue From To Know A Monster, Emily Mann 2014 University of San Francisco

Prologue From To Know A Monster, Emily Mann

Ontario Review

Emily Mann made her Broadway debut as both playwright and director of Execution of Justice. Her other plays include the Obie award winning Still Life and Annulla, An Autobiography. Artistic Director of the McCarter Theatre, she has recently completed a stage adaptation of the best-selling autobiography Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years.


He Was A Big Boy, Still Is, Leigh Bienen 2014 University of San Francisco

He Was A Big Boy, Still Is, Leigh Bienen

Ontario Review

Leigh Bienen, of Princeton, New Jersey, is a criminal defense attorney whose areas of expertise include capital punishment, sex crimes, and rape reform legislation. Her short fiction has been published in Ontario Review (reprinted in the O. Henry Awards anthology), The Mississippi Review, Panache, and elsewhere.


Smart Choices For The New Century, Jane Anderson 2014 University of San Francisco

Smart Choices For The New Century, Jane Anderson

Ontario Review

Jane Anderson's plays have been produced Off-Broadway and by major theaters around the country. They include The Baby Dance, Defying Gravity (see OR 37), Food & Shelter, and Hotel Oubliette. She recently received an Emmy for her H.B.O. film, The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom. She lives in Los Angeles.


Appropriated Shakespeare: Sensation, Politicization, And De(Con)Struction, David George 2014 University of Akron

Appropriated Shakespeare: Sensation, Politicization, And De(Con)Struction, David George

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


¿Y El Público No Cuenta? Cine, Emigración Y Estrategias De Representación (1930-1960). De La Contextualización Histórica De La Producción A La Matriz Cultural De La Significación., Luis Guadano 2014 Bowdoin College

¿Y El Público No Cuenta? Cine, Emigración Y Estrategias De Representación (1930-1960). De La Contextualización Histórica De La Producción A La Matriz Cultural De La Significación., Luis Guadano

Dissidences

La historiografía cinematográfica española se ha basado tradicionalmente en premisas ideológicas y estéticas que reducen el estudio de las estrategias de repesentacion del cine exclusivamente a su evolución desde el punto de vista de la producción obviando la existencia del público. Así, los cambios en la representación se han abordado o políticamente como consecuencia del proceso de transición de la dictadura a la democracia o historiográficamente mediante su adscripción a las tendencias ideológicas existentes en el cine español del periodo.

Sin embargo, partiendo de la movilidad social se puede constatar que la evolución de los elementos integrantes de las estrategias ...


Upbeat, November 2014, San Jose State University, School of Music and Dance 2014 San José State University

Upbeat, November 2014, San Jose State University, School Of Music And Dance

School of Music and Dance Newsletter

School of Music and Dance Newsletter


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