Presence and desire: essays on gender, sexuality, performance

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University of Michigan Press, 1993 - Literary Criticism - 217 pages
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Explores current controversies and significant concerns in feminist theater and performance.

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Contents

Presence and DesireFeminism
1
Feminist Approaches
43
The Women
69
Copyright

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Jill Dolan is Professor of Theatre at the University of Texas at Austin. Previously she was Professor of Theatre (1994 - 99) and Executive Director of the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (1996 - 99) at City University of New York. Past president of both the Association for Theatre in Higher Education and the Women and Theatre Program (of ATHE), she was also managing editor of The Drama Review and Women and Performance Journal. Her books include Presence and Desire: Essays on Gender, Sexuality, Performance (1993), The Feminist Spectator as Critic (1991) and The Drama Review: Thirty Years of Writing on the Avant-Garde, co-edited with Brooks McNamara (1986).