Spectators, Actors and the American Dramatic Text
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Notes on Contributors Esther Álvarez López (PhD 1989) is Associate Professor of Ameri- can Literature at the University of Oviedo, Spain, where she teaches American Theater. Her work has focused on issues of gender, ethnicity and multiculturalism. Recent publications: “The Daughters of La Ma- linche: Examining the Effects of the Myth in Cherríe Moraga’s Work” in Perspectivas Transatlánticas en la Literatura Chicana. Ensayos y creatividad (Universidad de Málaga, 2004); “Transculturation and Biculturalism: Latina Writers of the United States at/as a Crossroads” in On the Road to Baghdad, or Traveling Biculturalism: Theorizing a Bi- cultural Approach to Contemporary World Fiction (New Academia Publishing, 2005). She is co-editor of Tramas postmodernas: voces literarias para una década (1990-2000) (University of Oviedo, 2002). Natalie I. Alvarez is a PhD Candidate at the Graduate Centre for Study of Drama, University of Toronto, Canada. Her thesis investigates the notion of “performance as nostalgia” and the potential of nostalgia as a critical mode of inquiry in performance discourse. Beyond her immediate thesis interests, she has published and presented a series of essays examining incursions of performance in the “real” and the anti- theatrical anxieties such instances incite. She is currently teaching at Brock University, Ontario, Canada. Jerry Dickey, Associate Professor of Theatre Arts at the University of Arizona, USA, is the author of Sophie Treadwell: a Research and Production Sourcebook (1997) and co-editor of Broadway’s Bravest Woman: Select Writings of Sophie Treadwell (Southern Illinois Univer- sity Press, 2006). He has also published...
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