The Department of Dramatic Arts is pleased to invite you to attend a lecture by:
Professor Emeritus, Master Teacher, and International Speaker
“Seeing the World instead of Numbly recognizing it: witnessing & representation in Applied Theatre”
This lecture examines the means by which embodied representation of “direct speech” may, through the devices of distancing (Eriksson, 2009)/ différance (Derrida, 1963) /ostranenie (Shklovsky, 1917) engage audiences and actors alike in ”seeing the world” in all its ambiguities, more clearly.
Friday September 22nd 7:30pm
Marilyn I. Walker Theatre
Open to the Brock and DART community, and friends.
Sponsored by the Social Justice Research Institute
For more information contact: Dr. Yasmine Kandil, firstname.lastname@example.org