Skenè. Journal of Theatre and Drama Studies

Founded in 2014 by Guido Avezzù, Silvia Bigliazzi, and Alessandro Serpieri, Skenè. JTDS wishes to inspire and host, in a new academic site, a vivacious debate on issues, questions and specifics of drama and theatre texts from the antiquity to the present. Areas of special interest are the forms, modes and genres of play texts, and the impact of dramaturgy and performance on their codification. The journal intends to stimulate a discussion on critical approaches to the play text and the performance text within an interdisciplinary context. Philological, linguistic, rhetorical, semiotic, and translation studies, as well as literary and philosophical hermeneutics, reception studies, sociology of theatre, and performance studies will all contribute to a lively confrontation between different perspectives and critical views. The journal promotes the interaction between international scholars of various humanistic areas, furthering a dialogue between renowned and younger researchers. 

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Skenè. Journal of Theatre and Drama Studies is a peer-reviewed publication.
Issues: Biannual (Spring and Fall), on-line and print on demand, illustrated.

ISSN 2421-4353 
Skenè. JTDS is included in the European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS).
 
ANNOUNCEMENT: Skenè 4.1 2018 (Spring Issue), for Alessandro Serpieri, will be presented on 22 May, 11 a.m., Biblioteca Centrale Universitaria "A. Frinzi", Via S. Francesco 20, Verona.
 
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Current issue

Vol 4, No 1 (2018): Transitions

For Alessandro Serpieri

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Table of Contents

The Editors

Preface PDF
Silvia Bigliazzi
Collaborating with Euripides: Actors and Scholars Improve the Drama Text PDF
Guido Avezzù
Onstage/Offstage (Mis)Recognitions in The Winter’s Tale PDF
Silvia Bigliazzi

Miscellany

Hamlet and the Android: Reading Emotions in Literature PDF
Angela Locatelli
A Momaria and a Baptism: A Note on Beginning and Ending in the Globe Merchant of Venice (2015) PDF
Roberta Mullini
The Duchess of Malfi: When a Woman-Prince Can Talk PDF
Clara Mucci
Felicia Hemans’s History in Drama: Gender Subjectivities Revisited in The Vespers of Palermo PDF
Lilla Maria Crisafulli
Shakespeare in One Act. Looking for Ophelia in the Italian Wartime Context PDF
Maria Del Sapio Garbero
Italian alternative Shakespeares. Carmelo Bene’s appropriation of Hamlet PDF
Fernando Cioni
"The trouble with tragedy is the fuss it makes": Reading Beckett's Not I as the (non)End of Tragedy PDF
Carla Locatelli

Special Section

Nashe's (Self-)Portrait of a Town PDF
Valerio Viviani
Is Hamlet’s Madness True or Faked? PDF
Guido Paduano
Hamlet: Origin Displaced PDF
Rosy Colombo
À propos of King Lear in the New Italian Translation and Edition by Alessandro Serpieri (Venezia, Marsilio, 2018) PDF
Claudia Corti
A Double Dovere/Diletto: Using Alessandro Serpieri’s Translations for Bilingual Productions of Shakespeare’s Plays PDF
Eric Nicholson
Eros in Shakespeare PDF
Keir Douglas Elam, Alessandro Serpieri
Intervista a Prospero Interview with Prospero PDF
Pino Colizzi, Alessandro Serpieri
Ouverture PDF
Alessandro Serpieri
Qualche parola per Sandro A Few Words for Sandro PDF
Tomaso Kemeny


ISSN: 2421-4353