Monthly Archives: September 2011

Shakespeare in Korea, two years later

After almost two years of review-limbo, my paper “To Be or Not To Be (Korean): Lee Youn-taek’s Hamlet and the Reception of Shakespeare in Korea” is now finally available for download at the German Shakespeare Society. As part of the … Continue reading

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Histories of Korean Theatre, part 2 (Contemporary Theatre)

Following up on my first post on Suh Yon-ho’s History of Korean Theatre (vol. 1: Modern Theatre), I now present the translated table of contents from the second volume which is about contemporary, i.e. post-war theatre. (the book is available for … Continue reading

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Histories of Korean Theatre, part 1 (Modern Theatre)

Both in order to get a broader knowledge on the recent history of theatre in Korea and quotable reference works, I had been looking for a reliable, up-to-date historiography of Korean theatre for quite a while. A friend suggested Suh … Continue reading

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