Studies, essays, reviews

Perfect Stranger

Author of a migrant blog started in July 2013 – on the page of Commmunity: Respect for All.

“After having left Romania for Hungary with a backpack in 1998, putting myself to sleep with some inconceivable promises regarding a more exciting, satisfactory and yes, more lucrative life, I am heading towards Denmark, now, fifteen years later. This time to encounter and capture the experience of migration as it is – to soak my life again with the most stunning convulsion I have ever gone through. To re-enact the luckiest or the most imprudent decision I have ever taken. The story begins here.”

http://www.commmunity.eu/perfectstranger/

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Perfect Stranger

Author of a migrant blog started in July 2013 – on the page of Commmunity: Respect for All.

“After having left Romania for Hungary with a backpack in 1998, putting myself to sleep with some inconceivable promises regarding a more exciting, satisfactory and yes, more lucrative life, I am heading towards Denmark, now, fifteen years later. This time to encounter and capture the experience of migration as it is – to soak my life again with the most stunning convulsion I have ever gone through. To re-enact the luckiest or the most imprudent decision I have ever taken. The story begins here.”

http://www.commmunity.eu/perfectstranger/

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Hungarian Butoh

Leftover Shadow – Ko Morobushi & Batarita. Picture by: Péter Pettendi Szabó

On the poster of the 2006 Thailand Royal Command Performance there was a photography of a Hungarian dancer.

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Hungarian Butoh

Leftover Shadow – Ko Morobushi & Batarita. Picture by: Péter Pettendi Szabó

On the poster of the 2006 Thailand Royal Command Performance there was a photography of a Hungarian dancer.

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The dramaturgy of space in Maladype’s productions

A short essay by Michel Foucault on the changes of meaning and subsistence of space was only published posthumously, in the eighties,[1] and has therefore not been included in the official corpus of his work. The topic had probably occupied

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The dramaturgy of space in Maladype’s productions

A short essay by Michel Foucault on the changes of meaning and subsistence of space was only published posthumously, in the eighties,[1] and has therefore not been included in the official corpus of his work. The topic had probably occupied

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Theatrical interventions

On five recent performances of Maladype theatre During the almost ten years of its existence the approach of the Maladype towards the dramatic text, acting and public took a sharp turn. At the beginning of the 2000s the company emerged

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Theatrical interventions

On five recent performances of Maladype theatre During the almost ten years of its existence the approach of the Maladype towards the dramatic text, acting and public took a sharp turn. At the beginning of the 2000s the company emerged

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Reading remote places in Aeschylus’ early tragedies

It is widely accepted nowadays that when reading ancient Greek tragedies, Aristotle’s Poetics should no longer be considered the pre-eminent code of rules for Greek tragedies as was the case for hundreds of years. From the 1950s onwards, scholars such as A.W. Pickard-Cambridge, Oliver Taplin, A. M. Dale, H. D. F. Kitto – to mention only the most effective researchers – released new ways of approaching Greek tragedies,[1] interpreting the whole genre as a kind of megatext that functions like an enormous web of plots, characters and events related to each other by endless denotations and references.

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Reading remote places in Aeschylus’ early tragedies

It is widely accepted nowadays that when reading ancient Greek tragedies, Aristotle’s Poetics should no longer be considered the pre-eminent code of rules for Greek tragedies as was the case for hundreds of years. From the 1950s onwards, scholars such as A.W. Pickard-Cambridge, Oliver Taplin, A. M. Dale, H. D. F. Kitto – to mention only the most effective researchers – released new ways of approaching Greek tragedies,[1] interpreting the whole genre as a kind of megatext that functions like an enormous web of plots, characters and events related to each other by endless denotations and references.

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