Understanding the dragon's theatre : an Anglophone historiography of Vietnamese theatre.
|dc.contributor.advisor||Jortner, David, 1971-|
|dc.creator||Grote, John Dean, 1987-|
|dc.description.abstract||Anglophone scholarship on Vietnamese theatre has a complex history; its authors range from British and American explorers to current day Asian theatre scholars. The evolution of English-language scholarship on Vietnamese theatre is directly tied to the historical events experienced by these authors. The purpose of this thesis is to detail this scholarship and examine the historiographical developments used in analysis of the theatre. Much like other areas, the Anglophone historiography on Vietnamese theatre shifts with the research interests of the authors and their approaches to writing. This study, which discusses the evolution of these writings, demonstrates how knowledge on Vietnamese theatre is produced and disseminated to the English-speaking world.|
|dc.subject||Vietnamese theatre. Historiography.|
|dc.title||Understanding the dragon's theatre : an Anglophone historiography of Vietnamese theatre.|
|thesis.degree.department||Baylor University. Dept. of Theatre Arts.|
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