The Twenty-First Century Performance Reader, Routladge, 2019
The Twenty-First Century Performance Reader combines extracts from over 70 international practitioners, companies, collectives and makers from the fields of Dance, Theatre, Music, Live and Performance Art, and Activism (oncluding
DAH Theatre) to form an essential sourcebook for students, researchers and practitioners.
The contributors in this volume reflect the diverse and eclectic culture of practices that now make up the expanded field of performance, and their stories, reflections and working processes collectively offer a snapshot of contemporary artistic concerns.
The first book completely dedicated to DAH Theater. Edited by Dennis Barnett, with an introduction from Eugenio Barba. Contributers include: Elizabeth Carlin-Metz, Beth Cleary, Leigh Clemons, David Diamond, Jill Greenhalgh, Del Hamilton, Lyusyena Kirakosya, Duca Knežević, Ruth Margraff, Ivan Medenica, Amy Sarno, Arthur Skelton, Max Stephenson i Shawn Womack.
Dennis Barnett has assembled a most informed and engaging sourcebook on DAH Theatre, one of the world’s definitive companies working in social conflict contexts. A work of great breadth that offers a meaningful and enjoying read to the historian, the scholar and the practitioner, while ultimately managing to paint the rich portrait of a living theater and of the people and societal circumstances that breathe life into it. This is a necessary and revelatory book. – Roberto Gutiérrez Varea, University of San Francisco
“Create”, Ronald Rand, Wyatt-Mackenzie Publishing, 2017
CREATE! This book is really a collection- over 100 rare interviews in which artists share their view of the creative process and the meaning of art for society- actors, painters, choreographers, composers, dancers, designers, directors, musicians, dramatists; including Dijana Milošević, director of DAH Theater.
An Introduction to Transitional Justice,
An Introduction to Transitional Justice provides the first comprehensive overview of transitional justice judicial and non-judicial measures implemented by societies to redress legacies of massive human rights abuse. Written by some of the leading experts in the field, it takes a broad, interdisciplinary approach to the subject, addressing the dominant transitional justice mechanisms as well as key themes and challenges faced by scholars and practitioners.
Using a wide historic and geographic range of case studies to illustrate key concepts and debates, and featuring discussion questions and suggestions for further reading, this is an essential introduction to the subject for students.
Other Books and Texts about DAH Theater
“Arts and Community Change: Exploring Cultural Development Policies, Practices and Dilemmas”, Max O. Stephenson Jr., Scott Tate, Routledge, 2015.
“Theatre of War and Exile”, Domnica Radulescu, McFarland, 2015.
“Out of Silence”, Caridad Svich, Eye Corner Press, 2012.
“Acting Together”, Cynthia Cohen, Roberto Varea, Polly Walker, New Village, 2011.
“Dnevnik”, Kviria Kreativni Tim, Beograd, 2010.
“Igra – odraz vremena sadašnjeg”, Milica Zajcev, UBUS, Beograd, 2009.
“Performance and Theatre in Eastern Europe / Changing Scene”, Dennis Barnett /Arthur Skelton , Scarecrow Press, 2008.
“Art and Upheaval”, Viliam Cleveland, New Village Press, 2008.
“Serbian Theater Awards”, Ratko Stojković, Belgrade, 2008.
“Frauen und Frauenorganisationen im Widerstand in Kroatien, Bosnien und Serbien” Marijana Grasak, Ulrlike Reiman i Katrin Franke, 2007.
“Infant prototzpe”, Simon Grabovac, Novi Sad, 2007.
“Transglobal readings”, Caridad Svich, Manchester University Press, Manchester/New York 2003.
“Semiotic circles – Film, Animation, Comics, Theater, Television”, Zorica Jevremović, Institute for film, Belgrade, Prometej, Novi Sad, 2001.
“Radical Street Performances”, Jan Cohen-Kruz, Routledge London and New York, 1998.