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Henry A. Giroux

(April 11, 2018) . https://theintercept.com/2018/04/11/immigration-detention-sexual-abuse-ice-dhs/ ; http://www.nybooks.com/daily/2018/05/22/the-culture-of-cruelty/ . 1 See, for instance, the cautious and insightful commentary on contemporary comparisons with Nazi Germany in Jonathan Freedland

Peter McLaren and Petar Jandrić

up the struggle for social justice. It is interesting to note that Marx and Engels entered an organization in 1872 that was founded by Wilhelm Weitling, the founder of German communism. Weitling’s organization was based on a communism grounded entirely in the gospel, as can be seen in his 1845 book

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Tina (A.C.) Besley and Michael A. Peters

German philosophy and society. Heidegger’s reluctance to speak of his support for the Nazi cause, his attempt to minimise his involvement with Nazis ideology, his omissions, denials and evasions of his complicity with Nazism, and his silence on the Holocaust, as Sluga (1993, p. 244) points out, were in

Theatre and history

Pages fallen from Bouvard and Pécuchet’s notebook

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Eugenio Barba and Nicola Savarese

, leaving approximately one million victims. 30. In memory of the victims of the tsunami of 26 th December 2004 (New Zealand, 2005). 31. Protester in Egypt, 2011. The Holocaust The first Nazi concentration camps were hurriedly constructed in Germany to imprison and torture political opponents after Adolf

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Eugenio Barba and Nicola Savarese

against the transparent set of Hoppla, wir leben! (Hurray! We’re Alive!, 1927) by E. Toller. In his productions, Piscator used both fixed and moving projections and multi-level sets with scenes played simultaneously. 1932 ▀ Germany – The Nazi Party wins a relative majority in national elections; the

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Eugenio Barba and Nicola Savarese

/ Brawling spectators / Spectators who kill / Spectators at the Front / In the P.O.W. camps / Spectators in prison / Theatre in the Nazi camps / Spectators young and old / Spect-Actors / The unintentional spectator / Invisible spectators / The spectator is always plural. 1. Lively disagreements between

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Eugenio Barba and Nicola Savarese

1933 to ‘study’ the Soviet concentration system. The results must have satisfied Hitler’s envoys so well that Nazi Germany created its own network of camps based on the Soviet model. It may seem surprising that the Solovki Gulag included four theatres – one for the criminals, an avant-garde theatre and

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Eugenio Barba and Nicola Savarese

hakawati (story-teller singer) in the centre of al-halqa (Arabic: the circle) in Tunisia. 7. Ketjak: a Balinese dance drama that presents episodes from the Ramayana . In the late Twenties, Walter Spies, a German painter and musician who resided in Bali, took up this ancient trance ritual and

Jon Levin, Peter McLaren and Shindale Seale

facing two seemingly unstoppable masters of war both bent on world domination in Germany and Japan ( Cornell & Hartmann, 2007 ). Comic books and even superhero culture has been well documented by other historians and academics. It is not our intention to discuss the historical significance of comic book