A violent spectacle
terrorism in contemporary peninsular drama
Terrorism has long been a part of Spanish history, although the 1990s and early 21st century brought some changes in terms of who committed the attacks – and how. Other changes that took place at this time include the increasing openness about terrorism in theatre. What is it about this time period that led to the new ways of discussing and approaching violence/terrorism? Was it more frequent – or simply less covert? This book examines the intersection of violence and theatre in Spain, in addition to the role this cultural combination plays on the identity and quotidian experience of the Spanish people, through the study of dramas by contemporary playwrights such as Jordi Galceran, Sergi Belbel, and more.
Historia y crítica de la literaturaLiteratura en españolLiteratura 2ª mitad s.XXActualidad - XXIEspaña
Tara Downs holds her doctorate from the University of Toronto and her master’s from Queen’s University. Her research centres on contemporary peninsular drama and themes of violence. Tara has presented her work at various conferences in Canada and abroad, including the Congreso Asociación Canadiense de Hispanistas, NEMLA, and the Congreso Internacional de Ficción Criminal.
"Otro" teatro español : supresión e inscripción en la escena española de los siglos XX y XXI / María M. Delgado ; traducido por Mar Diestro-Dópido.
La crítica teatral en España : del franquismo a la Transición / Mariángeles Rodríguez Alonso.
Estrenado con gran aplauso : Teatro español, 1844-1936 / Marsha Swislocki, Miguel Valladares (eds.)
Teatros nacionales republicanos : La Segunda República y el teatro clásico español / David Rodríguez Solás.