Volume 22(1) Contents

Editorial Note: The Glo-c-ality of the Greek Classics
Savas Patsalidis

The Ancient Greek Democratic Ideal and its Relevance for Todays World
Heinz-Uwe Haus

The Trojan War on the Contemporary Western Stage: Transversal Readings
Sylvie Jouanny

The Reception of Ancient Greek Tragedy in Late Modernity: From the Citizen Viewer of the City-State to the Consumer Viewer of the Global Cosmopolis
Theodoros Grammatas

The Unapologetic Seduction of Form: Texts as Pretexts in Postmodern Versions of(f) Greek Tragedy
Avra Sidiropoulou

Bodies, Back from Exile
Freddy Decreus

Ancient Tragedy: Between Post-Modernism and Transfer
Menelaos Givalos

Post-poetics Culture, or, Pre-conscious Ferocity
Yannis Papadopoulos

The Philosophical Language of Dramatic Art as a Moral Vehicle Towards a Reading of Crisis and Self-awareness: The Dialectical Embrace of Dramatic Art and Philosophy as a Reflection and Challenge Upon Crisis
Katerina Karamitrou

Iakovos Kambanellis The Supper: Heterotopia, Intertextuality and Metatheater in a Modern Tragic Trilogy
Vayos Liapis

The Translators Invisibility: Handling Iron
J. Michael Walton

Book Reviews

Reimagining Greek Tragedy on the American Stage
(by Helene Foley)
Reviewed by Dorothy Chansky

Authoring Performance. The Director in Contemporary Theatre
(by Avra Sidiropoulou)
Reviewed by Freddy Decreus

Dionysus Resurrected: Performances of Euripides The Bacchae in a Globalizing World
(by Erika Fischer-Lichte)
Reviewed by J. Michael Walton

John Florio. The Man Who Was Shakespeare
(by Lamberto Tassinari)
Reviewed by Xenia Georgopoulou

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