alexa Al-halqa in Arabic Theatre: An emerging site of hybridity.
Social & Political Sciences

Social & Political Sciences

Arts and Social Sciences Journal

Author(s): Amine K, Carlson M

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Traditional Western scholarship on Arabic theatre has borne a strong colonialist imprint, interpreting such theatre almost entirely as a form borrowed from Europe and essentially developed according to European practice. In the later twentieth century, however, more attention has been paid both by Arab scholars and dramatists to performance techniques and practices from their own culture.

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