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FRYER PAUL <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 17 Jan 2014 09:59:02 +0000
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Dear Colleagues,
We are very interested in expanding the range of topics covered in our
journal, particularly in relation to film and television studies.
Please circulate this information to anyone who may be interested.

*Stanislavski Studies issue #3 (December 2013) is now available. *The only
bi-lingual (English/Russian) journal of its kind.

This issue contains the following:

Heleen Van Den BOSCH (Belgium): The Anatomy of a Psycho-Physical Technique

Frederick MATERN (Canada): Stanislavski, Shpet and the art of lived

Marie-Christine AUTANT-MATHIEU (ARIAS, Paris): For Stanislavski’s
150thBirthday: The Hermit of Leontiev Street

Jeffrey KEILHOLTZ  (USA): Living off stage: A technique in continuity

Sergei TCHERKASSKI  (St Petersburg State Academy of Theatre Arts, Russia): The
System Becomes the Method: Stanislavsky – Boleslavsky – Strasberg

Maria KAPSALI  (University of Leeds, UK):  The presence of yoga in
Stanislavski’s work

Mikhail DURNENKOV (Russia): Outside the System (play-text of the production
staged to mark the 150th anniversary of Stanislavski’s birth )

David JACKSON (UK): Ribot, emotion and the actor

Maria Pia PAGANI (University of Padova, Italy): Stanislavski and the Knight
of Ripafratta

Kathy DACRE (Rose Bruford College, UK) Teaching Stanislavski

*Book Reviews*:

Robert Cohen, * Acting Power: The 21st Century Edition* (Routledge) –
reviewed by Jayne Richards.

Thomasina Unsworth, *Becoming an Actor *(Nick Hern Books) - reviewed by
Stephe Harrop.

Nick Moseley, *Meisner in Practice *(Nick Hern Books) – reviewed by Colin

Copies my be purchased online from the following link:<>

*We are also seeking contributions for our next edition which is due for
publication in Spring/Summer 2014.*

We welcome proposals on topics that relate to all aspects of Stanislavski
and his work – teaching, performing, legacy – and to the work of those who
followed him.

Proposals/abstracts of up to 1000 words should be submitted to the editions
editor, Dr Paul Fryer ([log in to unmask]), by 28th February.

 visit our website at:<>

Dr Paul Fryer
Associate Director of Research
Head of The Stanislavski Centre
Editor, Stanislavski Studies e.journal
Rose Bruford College (UK)

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