Never A Dull Moment: Teaching and the Art of Performance

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Routledge, 11.09.2002 - 256 Seiten
Teachers are really performers, classrooms are stages, and students the captivated audience. In beautiful prose, Felman invites us to watch her one woman show on the art of performance in today's classrooms. These essays take on the greatest hits of the academy: identity politics, sexual harrassment, academic censorship, and radical pedagogy. Felman's book is a performance not to be missed.
 

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Few college professors can match Felman's flair in the classroom. A professor at Brandeis whose books include Cravings: A Sensual Memoir, she teaches such classes as "Blacks and Jews," "Reading and ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Acknowledgments
All the Classrooms a Stage
Long Days Journey into the Classroom
Lee Strasberg Comes to Class
Performing Masculinities
Performing Femininities
Academic Bodies in Motion
A Midsemesters Day Dream
If Its Tuesday It Must Be Improv
Backers and Flackers behind the Scenes
Power Plays in the Master Class
Further Reading
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