Zapraszamy na dwa wykłady dr Šárki Havlíčkovej Kysovej z Uniwersytetu Masaryka w Brnie dotyczące współczesnych teorii teatru (oba wykłady w jęz. angielskim).
The Paths of Czech Structural Theatre Theory
środa, 15 kwietnia, godz. 13:15, s. 7
The lecture focuses on the structural thought on theatre in the former Czechoslovakia. The special attention is paid to the influences of Asian Theatre genres on the Czech structuralist thinkers – e.g. on the theatre theory works by Jiří Veltruský. The lecture is based on the ongoing research project of the Department of Theatre Studies in Brno.
Cognitive Studies in Theatre Theory
piątek, 17 kwietnia, godz. 11:30, s. 7
The lecture discusses the perspectives and limits of an innovative approach in theatre studies – the cognitive theory of theatre. Special emphasis is put on the notions of ‚conceptual metaphor’ and ‚conceptual blending/integration’.
Šárka Havlíčková Kysová, Ph. D. (Masaryk University, Brno) received her M.A. in Theatre history and theory and in Czech language and literature from Masaryk University in Brno in 2007, and continued her graduate studies and received her PhD in 2010 (doctoral thesis Hastabhinaya. Hand gestures in traditional theatre art of India). From 2009 till 2012 she taught theatre theory at Palacky University in Olomouc. Her research and teaching focuses on theatre theory, Asian – mostly Indian – traditional theatre (with special interest in Sanskrit theatre of Kootiyattam) and scenography for opera. From 2012 till 2014 she worked on the project Operational Programme Education for Competitiveness – 2.2 Higher Education (Masaryk University). Since 2011 she works on the research project Czech Structuralist Thought on Theatre: Context and Potency at Masaryk University. Since 2015 she leads the research grant project Generation of Miloš Wasserbauer, the theatre director, and progressive dramaturgy of State Theatre in Brno at Masaryk University in cooperation with Palacky University in Olomouc.