Spectacle Culture and American Identity 1815–1940

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Palgrave Macmillan US, Dec 18, 2013 - Performing Arts - 316 pages
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Scenic spectacles collapse the borders of graphic and visual arts, multimedia technology, spectatorship and architecture. Drawing upon various systems of commercial, institutional and public spectacle that intersect with scenic stages of the national landscape, Tenneriello examines how spectacle is entrenched in the formation of national identity.

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Susan Tenneriello is Assistant Professor of Theatre at Baruch College, USA.

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