October 08, 2004

Society, Syage and Text Questions


I would consider a valubale site for a theatre historian is one which offers enough information so as to furthur and expand their knowledge, progress and understanding in a particular area . Moreover the site must be easy to navigate and be well edited/presented so as to include the Theatre Historian as opposed to alienating him/her(some sites can come across as pretentious and arogant ; you would not learn form a pretentious and arogant teacher and the same can be said for any other resource).

I have not found one of the sites to stand out as particulary useful alone but a number of the sites studied as a collective to offer a varied depth of stimulating material.

The site that contained maps http://www.whitman.edu/theatre/theatretour/home.htm was very unique in the sense that it put Greek History into a context and perspective as well as offering a spatial-time awareness for the Theatre Historian to interact with. Actually knowing where Greece and Athens are allow us to look at Theatre and History in relation to present location and society. For example we can see the contrast between theatre and history in Greece during the antiquity and today.

http://harpy.uccs.edu/greek/greek.html is a also a good site for the Theatre Historian for it is a great library of viusl aides which are just as importnat as text!

Finally the ''Skenotheke:Images of the Ancient Stage''http://duke.usask.ca/~porterj/skenotheke.html offers the Theatre Historian a very concise and brief intorduction to Greek Theatre, it almost acts like a key if you will to the visual aides(maps and pictures) and without it we would be looking as things without a motivation witch without a motivation is pointless!

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