Guest lecture, November 13: <br>Martin Revermann: “The Brechtian Model Book: Design, Ideology, Impact”

Guest lecture, November 13:
Martin Revermann: “The Brechtian Model Book: Design, Ideology, Impact”

November 13, 2014, 13:00, Odette Hall 323

Martin Revermann is Professor in Classics and Theatre Studies at the University of Toronto. His research interests lie in the area of ancient Greek drama (production, reception, iconography, sociology), Brecht, theatre theory and the history of playgoing. He is the author of Comic Business. Theatricality, Dramatic Technique and Performance Contexts of Aristophanic Comedy (Oxford 2006). He has also edited Performance, Iconography, Reception. Studies in Honour of Oliver Taplin (with P. Wilson, Oxford 2008), Beyond the Fifth Century: Interactions with Greek Tragedy from the Fourth Century BCE to the Middle Ages (with I. Gildenhard, Berlin/New York 2010) and The Cambridge Companion to Greek Comedy (Cambridge 2014).

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