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University Lecturer / Artist / Project leader rita.julia.sebestyen@gmail.com Biography Rita Júlia Sebestyén graduated in theatre studies and took her PhD in the aesthetics of the Ancient Greek theatre. As author, co-creator and director she has contributed to award-winning performances  in

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University Lecturer / Artist / Project leader rita.julia.sebestyen@gmail.com Biography Rita Júlia Sebestyén graduated in theatre studies and took her PhD in the aesthetics of the Ancient Greek theatre. As author, co-creator and director she has contributed to award-winning performances  in

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Publication list

Books /1/ Sebestyén, R, A tizennegyedik (The fourteenth). A collection of essays-short stories on human geography and Otherness). Ed. by Zsolt Láng, Bookart, Csíkszereda. 2010.   Contributor to book/anthology/ conference /2/ Sebestyén, R 2016, ‘Before It Is Too Late. Social

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Publication list

Books /1/ Sebestyén, R, A tizennegyedik (The fourteenth). A collection of essays-short stories on human geography and Otherness). Ed. by Zsolt Láng, Bookart, Csíkszereda. 2010.   Contributor to book/anthology/ conference /2/ Sebestyén, R 2016, ‘Before It Is Too Late. Social

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Editor: Otherness and the Performing Arts

Otherness and the Performing Arts Contributors: Adam Czirak, David Schwartz, Azadeh Sharifi, Emily Hunka, Marco Galea, Oroszlán Anikó, Marie Bennett, Eszter Horváth Edited by Rita Sebestyén and Matthias Stephan introduction Re/shaping Otherness is the focus of the current, special issue

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Editor: Otherness and the Performing Arts

Otherness and the Performing Arts Contributors: Adam Czirak, David Schwartz, Azadeh Sharifi, Emily Hunka, Marco Galea, Oroszlán Anikó, Marie Bennett, Eszter Horváth Edited by Rita Sebestyén and Matthias Stephan introduction Re/shaping Otherness is the focus of the current, special issue

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27 ways to be born

2016                   27 ways to be born – director, othernessproject and Passage Festival, DK/SE photo by: Halla Marín Hafþórsdóttir

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27 ways to be born

2016                   27 ways to be born – director, othernessproject and Passage Festival, DK/SE photo by: Halla Marín Hafþórsdóttir

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Before It Is Too Late

Social sensitivity, synchronicity and participatory aspects of Scandinavian culture, with a special outlook on the oeuvre of Thierry Geoffroy, Colonel Spaces for social-artistic interactions, sensitivity towards sustainable processes and the environment, collaborative, participative education and arts, the taste for interruptive

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Before It Is Too Late

Social sensitivity, synchronicity and participatory aspects of Scandinavian culture, with a special outlook on the oeuvre of Thierry Geoffroy, Colonel Spaces for social-artistic interactions, sensitivity towards sustainable processes and the environment, collaborative, participative education and arts, the taste for interruptive

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Inside Out Three Sisters

2016                   Inside Out Three Sisters (co-creator; directed by Lars Henning), Copenhagen International School of Performing Arts, 2nd Years. Award for Research and Innovation: International Festival for Theatre Schools, Fez, Morocco, 2016. photo by: Halla Marín Hafþórsdóttir

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Inside Out Three Sisters

2016                   Inside Out Three Sisters (co-creator; directed by Lars Henning), Copenhagen International School of Performing Arts, 2nd Years. Award for Research and Innovation: International Festival for Theatre Schools, Fez, Morocco, 2016. photo by: Halla Marín Hafþórsdóttir

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Transgressing Spaces, Genres and Gender

The CPH Stage Festival, 11-25 June, 2015, in Copenhagen, Denmark. In 2015, the Copenhagen Stage Festival presented nearly one hundred performances and events, lectures, site-specific and audio-walks, multi-sensory experiences, public parties, and a theatre flea market. Almost half of the

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Transgressing Spaces, Genres and Gender

The CPH Stage Festival, 11-25 June, 2015, in Copenhagen, Denmark. In 2015, the Copenhagen Stage Festival presented nearly one hundred performances and events, lectures, site-specific and audio-walks, multi-sensory experiences, public parties, and a theatre flea market. Almost half of the

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Trampoline House: Space for Connection in Copenhagen

Starting from the end of May, against the backdrop of streets drowning in election posters, a series of cultural and artistic events emerge in the weather-wise frozen Copenhagen. It seems like all cultural operators and organizers are mobilizing themselves –

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Trampoline House: Space for Connection in Copenhagen

Starting from the end of May, against the backdrop of streets drowning in election posters, a series of cultural and artistic events emerge in the weather-wise frozen Copenhagen. It seems like all cultural operators and organizers are mobilizing themselves –

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Routes Inside and Outside Our Heads

The Aarhus-section of the Nordic Performing Art Days (19-21 June 2014) Nomadic festivals and conferences are almost a natural way of being for theatre makers and theorists up in the North where social, strategic and cultural collaborations are more than

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Routes Inside and Outside Our Heads

The Aarhus-section of the Nordic Performing Art Days (19-21 June 2014) Nomadic festivals and conferences are almost a natural way of being for theatre makers and theorists up in the North where social, strategic and cultural collaborations are more than

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In and Out of Hungary – Migration Trends In a Central-European Country

A small Central-European country with an isolated language, frustrating historical background and escalating political affairs, Hungary has lately become a territory of constantly rewritten narratives of nation and migration. Although migration is of low intensity in Hungary, the topic itself

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In and Out of Hungary – Migration Trends In a Central-European Country

A small Central-European country with an isolated language, frustrating historical background and escalating political affairs, Hungary has lately become a territory of constantly rewritten narratives of nation and migration. Although migration is of low intensity in Hungary, the topic itself

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