Ecumenica, A Journal of Theatre and Performance seeks book and performance
reviews for our Spring 2009 issue. We welcome submissions from established
and emerging scholars; Ecumenica seeks articles that broadly marry faith
and spirituality with performance.
Materials should be submitted in electronic format to the book and
performance review editor Barrett Huddleston at wbdh_at_ecumenicajournal.org.
The following books are available for review:
Western Esotericism in Russian Silver Age Dramaâ€"Aleksandr Blokâ€™s The Rose &
The Cross by Lance Gharavi
Monkey Business Theatre by Robert M. Laughlin and Sna Jtzâ€™Ibajom
Teatro Chicana: A Collective Memoir and Selected Plays by Laura E. Garcia,
Sandra M. Gutierrez and Felicitas Nunez
Absence and Memory in Colonial American Theatre by Odai Johnson
Between Sacred and Profane: Researching Religion and Popular Culture by
Gordon Lynch, Ed.
Dancing Communities: Performance, Difference and Connection in the Global
City by Judith Hamera
The Henry VI Playsby Stuart Hampton-Reeves & Carol Chillington Rutter
In Gabriel's Kitchen (playscript)by Salvatore Antonio
New Women Dramatists in America, 1890-1920 by Sherry D. Engle
Performing Loss: Rebuilding Community Through Theater and Writing by Jodi
Querying Difference in Theatre History by Scott Magelssen and Ann Haugo, Eds.
The Transformation of American Religion: How We Actually Live Our Faith by
Further inquiries regarding submission and subscription may be directed to
the editor, and additional information, including submission guidelines and
a style sheet, may be found on our website:
This publication is peer-reviewed and adheres to a blind submission policy.
Ecumenica, A Journal of Theatre and Performance is indexed by the MLA
International Bibliography and EBSCO.
Please contact the editor at your earliest convenience regarding deadlines
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