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Polish Theatre Perspectives (PTP)
Polish Theatre Perspectives (PTP)

Publishing House: Instytut im. Jerzego Grotowskiego
Subject(s): Fine Arts / Performing Arts
Frequency: 2 issues
Status: Later issues not available

  • 2010
  • Issue No. 1.1
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Short Description

Polish Theatre Perspectives (PTP), is a peer-reviewed journal and research initiative that brings together Polish and internationally based practitioners and scholars in exploring a wide spectrum of topics across theatre, drama, and performance. Working in English and in Polish, and through multiple platforms (print, audiovisual, live, and electronic), PTP provides a dynamic forum for critical and creative exchange in the field – with particular, but not exclusive, focus on developments within the Polish-language context. The project has two major aims: to facilitate international access to Poland’s rich and diverse theatre and performance cultures, past and present, and to bring them into dialogue with other traditions and paradigms of artistic and theoretical practice. Taking a broad perspective, PTP seeks both to open up new spaces for conversations about Polish discourses and theatrical practices in their local, regional, and global contexts, and to create new opportunities for comparative, collaborative, and interdisciplinary research and knowledge creation across national, cultural, and linguistic borders. For more information, see our website at www.ptpjournal.com.