53 Works

La pandemia, il ritorno del positivismo e la lezione dimenticata del razionalismo critico

Riccardo Campa

Kradzież twarzy O pewnym przypadku aktorskich wykroczeń przeciw cenzurze obyczajowej w XIX wieku

DOROTA JARZABEK-WASYL
The article is devoted to the ban on representing living people in theatre in the 19th century. The phenomenon of copying the physiognomy, behaviour and gestures of living, recognisable people on stage caused a lot of controversy, but it also constantly aroused much interest among spectators. The article presents a number of examples of violations of the principle of ‘not touching’ living people, from the times of Bohomolec to the times of Wyspiański.  The author...

Osobliwości rzeki Leny. Edycja dzieła Antona Iwanowicza Łosiewa

Ekaterina Baumann

Ryszard Juchniewicz (1938–2019)

Aleksandra Cieślar & Zdzisław Pietrzyk

André Séguenny (1938–2019)

Zdzisław Pietrzyk

Działalność Biblioteki Jagiellońskiej w roku 2018. Sprawozdanie

Aleksandra Cieślar

Samotność w tradycyjnej społeczności wiejskiej. Rozważania na przykładzie materiałów etnograficznych z drugiej połowy XIX i XX wieku

Bartłomiej Gapiński

Nieznane kulisy wydania Inflant Polskich Gustawa Manteuffla w Poznaniu w 1879 roku

Radosław Budzyński

Miękkie choreografie. O tańcu eksperymentalnym dla rodzin

Alicja Müller & Karolina Wycisk
Soft choreographies. On experimental dance works for families The article discusses characteristic dramaturgical and ethical strategies that appear in the field of experimental dance for families. It describes selected works of Anna Wańtuch (Contact Families Show) and the Holobiont collective (_on_line__) in which children and their guardians are invited to participate in a creative process. Moreover, kids do not imitate adults, but are encouraged to act and perform according to their own wishes and conditions....

Post mortem est… omnis voluptas, czyli śmierć po wiedeńsku

Joanna Pypłacz

Ifigenia w Taurydzie Eurypidesa: poetyka traumy, estetyka horroru i katharsis na scenie

Joanna Pypłacz

Tadeusz Antos (1947–2018)

Barbara Bułat & Sebastian Grudzień

Działalność Biblioteki Jagiellońskiej w roku 2019. Sprawozdanie

Aleksandra Cieślar

Potrącalność wierzytelności spornych na gruncie prawa polskiego oraz europejskich praw modelowych

Michał Berek

Protection of the right to clean air under the Polish Civil Code

Monika Bagier

Szczególne potrzeby współpracy Proces powstawania „Pokoju nieobecnych” w ramach Cricoteki otwartej

Monika Kwaśniewska-Mikuła
The article analyses the process of workshops and the staging of the performance Room of absentees (Pokój nieobecnych) directed by Joanna Pawlik within the framework of Cricoteka otwarta in collaboration with people (artists and non-artists) with and without disabilities. The article is based on the author’s participant observation. She analyses it in relation to many theories, such as participatory art, devised theatre, disability studies, art by artists with disabilities, art therapy, and crip time. The...

“Każdy ją przynajmniej raz widziała”

Agnieszka Wanicka
The aim of the article is to investigate the relations between the colour pink and the performative representations of vaginas based on the examples of two performances, Malina and Have a Good Cry. The author claims that the subversive interception of these characteristic emblems of femininity accelerates the process of rebuilding and redefining the female identity. Referring to Elizabeth Grosz’s project of corporeal feminism, the author analyses the process of reclaiming the vagina both as...

Chodzenie o instytucji. „The Round”

Izabela Zawadzka
The article analyses the performance The Round staged in 2018 at the Centre for the Documentation of the Art of Tadeusz Kantor Cricoteka in Krakow. The author explains how the artists from the In Situ Project collective used the participatory tools not to engage the audience, but to explore the identity of the institution by its employees. She describes how odd theatrical actions in the museum building performed by the audience can change the perspective...

Soft Choreographies On Experimental Dance Performances for Families

Alicja Müller & Karolina Wycisk
The article discusses characteristic dramaturgical and ethical strategies that appear in the field of experimental dance for families. It describes selected works of Anna Wańtuch (Contact Families Show) and the Holobiont collective (_on_line__) in which children and their guardians are invited to participate in a creative process. Moreover, kids do not imitate adults, but are encouraged to act and perform according to their own wishes and conditions. Both projects practise care and affectionate relations, value...

The State of Preservation of the Manuscripts Donated to the Jagiellonian Library by the House of Sanguszko

Ekaterina Baumann

The Five Stages of Grief in Horace's Ode I.24

Joanna Pypłacz

Cyfryzacja jako główny czynnik wpływu na nowe formy współczesnej sztuki a ich przynależność do kategorii kultury artystycznej

Marika Szczepaniak

Działalność Biblioteki Jagiellońskiej w roku 2017. Sprawozdanie

Aleksandra Cieślar

Państwowa Biblioteka Bejazyda w Stambule

Julia Krajcarz

Ateneum Marii Strońskiej, sezon 1929/1930

Barbara Michalczyk
The article describes the season 1929/1930 when Maria Strońska became the manager of the Ateneum Theatre. The main purpose of this article is to present Strońska’s artistic vision, her programme plans and her concept of theatre for working class, which she created. As the article unfolds, the repertoire of the Ateneum is reconstructed and questions are asked about the difficulties that the manageress encountered while implementing her vision. The article is based on a comparative...

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