Posted on 14 March 2022
This month from University of Wales Press sees the latest in our Horror Studies series, Theatre and the Macabre, edited by Meredith Conti and Kevin J. Wetmore, Jr. Theatre and the Macabre explores the morbid and gruesome onstage, from freak shows to the French Grand Guignol, from immersive theatre to dark tourism, stopping along the way to look at phantoms, severed heads, dances of death and dismembered bodies.
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The latest title in our French and Francophone Studies series is Precarious Sociality, Ethics and Politics: French Documentary Cinema in the Early Twenty-First Century by Audrey Evrard. Precarious Sociality, Ethics and Politics examines filmmakers’ ‘return to work’ by the late 1990s, focusing on how they positioned the practice as a privileged point of articulation between aesthetics, politics and ethics, where work, precarity and activism could be addressed anew.
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