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Articles and Essays

 

 

 

Yvonne Adalian (1:3, December 2000)

The Art of Theatre: Magic or Illusion?

 

Alexey Aliev (10:2, August 2009)

The Intentional-Attributive Definition of Art

 

Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio (3:1, April 2002)

Grammars of Touch: Physical, Spiritual, and Erotic Bodies in Massage Therapy

 

Peter Emeka Aniago (12:3, December 2011)

Cultural Signification of Gestures as Showmanship in Soro

 

Greg Andonian (2:1, April 2001)

The Three Caves of European Identity: From critical to Creative Thinking

 

Greg Andonian (4:1, April 2003)

The Symbolic Order of Architecture in the Information Age

 

Isabel M. Andrés (7:3, December 2006)

“O Let’s Keep Together!” The Blurring of Individual Consciousness in Virginia Woolf’s Between the Acts

 

Shelley Ashdown (13:1, April 2012)

“My Heart Passed Through My Mouth”: African Telling of a Most Afraid Experience

 

Stephan Atzert (6:3, December 2005)

Concepts of Liberation: Schopenhauer between Freud, the Buddha and Idealist Aesthetics

 

Violeta Avetisian (15:1, April 2014)

The Perception of Time and Space: Crossing the Spatiotemporal Boundaries in Vladimir Nabokov’s Mary and in Grigol Robakidze’s The Snake’s Skin

 

Nelya Babynets (16:3, December 2015)

Theatrical Corpses in The Spanish Tragedy: Props or Protagonists

 

James J. Balakier (7:3, December 2006)

Thomas Traherne's "Thoughts" Poems and the Four Levels of Speech in Vedic Poetics

 

Keneth Bamuturaki (17:3, December 2016)

Participatory Research in Theatre for Development: An Evaluative Paradigm of the Walukuba Project in Eastern Uganda

 

Keneth Bamuturaki (18:1, April 2017)

Communicating consciousness on disability issues in Uganda through Theatre for Development (TfD): A critique of the Ruharo Mission Hospital Experience

 

Daniel Barnett (15:1, April 2014)

Music, Language, Memory and Cinema: Three books on the cognition of music

 

Krishna Barua(7:3, December 2006)

The Androgyne : The  ambiguity of existence  in  Patrick White’s  The Solid Mandala and  The Twyborn Affair

 

Sheila Bauer-Gatsos (16:3, December)

Born to Sorrow: Empathic Workouts in Mrs. Henry Wood’s East Lynne

 

Alan Beck (1:2, July 2000)

Cognitive Mapping and Radio Drama

 

Gary Beck (17:1, April 2016)

Is the Poet Obsolete? The Role of the Artist in Society

 

Michael Betancourt (6:3, December 2005)

Paranoiac-criticism, Salvador Dalí, Archibald and Superposition in Interpreting Double Images

 

Efrat Biberman (6:1, April 2005)

The Self as Other

 

Walter Bilderback (4:3, December 2003)

The Naomi Wallace Festival and 9/11

 

R.J.Bird (6:1, April 2005)

Shakespeare as Mathematician : The Use of Iteration and Recursion in Much Ado About Nothing

 

Marcia Birken and Anne C. Coon (2:1, April 2001)

The Pedagogical and Epistemological Uses of Analogy in Poetry and Mathematics

 

Aondowase Boh (16:2, August 2015)

Theatre for Development and Political Consciousness among the Nigerian Electorate: Lessons from Tse-Agberagba Workshop

 

Lucy Bolton (8:3, December 2007)

The Woman who saw The Man Who Cried: A Study of Female Consciousness On Screen

 

Anna Bonshek (5:1, April 2004)

Reverie II—A Video Installation: Revelation, Consciousness and Peace

 

Thorsten Botz-Bornstein (8:2, August 2007)

From “Ethno-Dream” to Hollywood: Schnitzler’s Traumnovelle, Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut and the Problem of “Deterritorialisation”

 

Christine Boyko-Head (3:2, August 2002)

Mirroring the Split Subject: Jean Genet’s The Balcony

 

Per Brask (4:2, July 2003)

The Reflective Actor

 

Per K. Brask (7:2, August 2006)

ACTING AND ARCHETYPES : A point of departure

 

Peter Bray (10:1, April 2009)

“But I have that within that passes show”: Hamlet’s Soliloquies as an Expression of Shakespeare’s Loss and Transformation

 

Lara Braitstein (5:2, August 2004)

No Views is Good Views: A Comparative Study of Nagarjuna’s Sunyata and Derrida’s Différance

 

Troy Earl Camplin (7:2, August 2006)

Literature as a Game: Game-Play in Reading, Creating, and Understanding Literature

 

Howard Cannatella (1:1, April 2000)

Is Play Educationally Important in the Teaching of Art?

 

Bryan Carter, Joi Moore and Chris Amelung (1:3, December 2000)

Seeing is Believing: Advanced Visualization and the Use of Virtual Reality in an African American Literature Cours

 

Soubhik Chakraborty, Swarima Tewari and Gargi Akhoury (11:3, December 2010)

What do the fractals tell about a raga? A case study in raga Bhupali

 

Yuan-chin Chang (9:2, August 2008)

Constructed Identities, the Medical Gaze and Social Power Spaces in Margaret Edson’s Wit

 

L.Cignoni, L.Godding, G.Salvoni, G.Turrini (4:1, April 2003)

Peer-supported foreign language learning: a proposal

 

David Clarke (15:2, August 2014)

From neurotransmitters to aesthetic experience: Jay Schulkin's Reflections on the Musical Mind

 

Christophe Collard (13:1, April 2012)

Operationalizing Hybridity, Performing Analogies: Towards a Theoretical Argument

 

Natasha Conde (8:1, April 2007)

Nothingness

 

Anne C. Coon and Marcia Birken (4:1, April 2003)

Developing Analogical Thinking and Creativity in University Students

 

J.M. Corry (13:2, August 2012)

Religious Criticism in Miguel Mihura’s Ninette: Modas de París

 

Jennifer Marie Corry (17:1, April 2016)

Narcissistic Perceptions in Paloma Pedrero’s Resguardo personal

 

Emilie Crapoulet (8:3, December 2007)

Consciousness and the Imagination in the Music of the French Impressionists

 

Edwin Creely (8:2, August 2007)

Operating postmodernly—my intentional postmodern theatre

 

Edwin Creely (16:3, December 2015)

The third way. An alternative notion of god. An essay

 

Mitch Cunningham (13:1, April 2012)

The Ironic Uncanny, Uncanny Ironies and David Lynch

 

Jerri Daboo (8:3, December 2007)

The Altering I/Eye: Consciousness, ‘Self’, and the New Paradigm in Acting

 

Gil Dekel (9:1, April 2008)

“Waterised Words”: Exhibition exploring self-knowledge through art practice, as part of PhD research

 

Tal Dekel (8:3, December 2007)

Center–Periphery Relations: Women’s Art in Israel during the 1970s, The Case of Miriam Sharo

 

Florian Demont (9:2, August 2008)

The Expression of Self-consciousness in Kamla Das's “An Introduction”

 

Bani Dayal Dhir and V. Prem Lata (13:3, December 2012)

From Deadly Winter to Sprightly Spring: A Spiritual Odyssey

 

Jonathan Michael Dickstein (14:3, December 2013)

On the Transdisciplinarity of Freudian Sublimation

 

Darren Domsky (2:2, July 2001)

Dreaming with Descartes

 

Jane Duran (8:2, August 2007)

Nepal and South Asian Buddhist Art: Appropriation of a Symbolic Tradition

 

Jane Duran (9:3, December 2008)

Georges de la Tour and the Significance of Light

 

Jane Duran (11:1, April 2010)

Mohenjo-Daro: The Origins of a Tradition

 

Jane Duran (12:3, December 2011)

Mahabalipuram: Mythography and the Aesthetic

 

Jane Duran (14:2, August 2013)

Quetzalcoatl and Mythography: Water, Plume and Symbol

 

Jane Duran (15:3, December 2014)

The Architecture of Goa: India and the Colonial

 

Anna K. England (14:2, August 2013)

The Contemporary Public Camp Art in Poland

 

Vito Evola (6:2, August 2005)

A Hermeneutic Model of Sacred Literature and Everyday Revelation

 

Osita C. Ezenwanebe (7:1, April 2006)

Feminist Consciousness and Nigerian Theatre

 

Terry Fairchild (3:2, August 2002)

Oedipus Rex: The Sins of the Father

 

Terry Fairchild (5:3, December 2004)

Maharishi Vedic Science and Literary Theory

 

Terry Fairchild (10:1, April 2009)

Infinite Correlation in Pynchon's Crying of Lot 49

 

Attilio Favorini (7:1, April 2006)

The Remembered Present in Samuel Beckett and Gerald Edelman

 

Paul Fearne (10:2, August 2009)

Nijinsky: Ballet, Schizophrenic Consciousness and Philosophy

 

Franco Ferrarini (17:3, December 2016)

Cinema and the Unconscious Mind: from Psychoanalysis to Neurosciences

 

Catherine Fitzmaurice (1:1, April 2000)

Zeami Breathing

 

Shannon Foskett (8:3, December 2007)

Towards A Neuroaesthetics of Film: Eisenstein, Brakhage and Mantic Montage

 

Michael R. Fox (10:3, December 2009)

Walter Pater, His Child, and His Plato

 

John Freeman (2:2, July 2001)

Autobiographical Spectatorship

 

Vladimir Fomichov and Olga Fomichova (2:1, April 2001)

A Many-Staged, Humanities-Based Method of Realizing the Thought-Producing Self of the Child

 

Olga S. Fomichova and Nadezhda V. Sidorova (4:1, April 2003)

Recognition by the Child of a Transition Moment Fixed in a Picture

 

Sybille Fritsch-Oppermann (2:3, December 2001)

Particularities and Universals, Ethics and Aesthetics  How Art Can Lead to Spiritual Experience

 

Vivienne Glance (12:3, December 2011)

Theatre as ‘thinking space’: performing immortality in Staring at the Sun

 

Dimple Godiwala and William S Haney II (5:2, August 2004)

Editorial, Special Issue, Jacques Derrida's Indian Philosophical Subtext

 

Justin Good (5:3, December 2004)

Why photographs are not more realistic than paintings

 

Rui Coimbra Gonçalves (12:1, April 2011)

The triumph of individualism in a modern Wagnerian director’s conception to Rhinegold

 

José Luis Guijarro (6:3, December 2005)

IMAGINE : a likely way to find Art and Literature wherever they may hide

 

Li Guo (12:3, December 2011)

Making History Anew: Feminine Melodrama in Eileen Chang’s Love in a Fallen City (1943)

 

Malvika Gupta (16:3, December 2015)

Consciousness, intuition and sentience:  What is an author

 

Tamara Gurtueva (5:3, December 2004)

Man in the ontological space of the newest time

 

Fee Alexandra Haase (6:1, April 2005)

Opening A colorful Lexico: The Relation between Synesthesia and the Production of Metaphors. Or: "Is reading synesthetic?"

 

Fee-Alexandra Haase (9:2, August 2008)

‘Unity’ and ‘Diversity’ as Paradigms of Cultural Theory: Diachronic Studies of the Terminology of the Concept of Communication in European History

 

Clinton Hale (16:2, August 2015)

Umberto Eco’s The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana

 

Annemarie Hamlin (3:2, August 2002)

Consciousness and Communication in Jewett’s The Country of the Pointed Firs

 

Anita Hammer (9:3, December 2008)

Imagination and Memory in the Theatrical Place: An inquiry into Bachelard’s notion of “Material Imagination” encountering the theatrical event

 

Anita Hammer (12:1, April 2011)

Psychotherapy as Spiritual Performance: an interview with Paul Bailey

 

Anita Hammer (15:2, August 2014)

Children's and young people's participation in Spiritual Funerary Ritual

 

William S. Haney II (5:1, April 2004)

Frankenstein: The Monster’s Constructedness and the Narrativity of Consciousness

 

William S. Haney II (5:2, August 2004)

Derrida’s Indian Literary Subtext

 

William S. Haney II (7:1, April 2006)

Biotechnology and What Makes Us Human: Beyond the Final Frontier

 

William S. Haney II (10:1, April 2009)

Philip K. Dick’s We Can Build You and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?: The Effect of Limited Human Development

 

William S. Haney II (10:3, December 2009)

Consciousness and the Posthuman in Short Fiction

 

William S. Haney II (11:3, December 2010)

Eugène Ionesco’s Rhinoceros: Defiance vs. Conformism

 

Chris Hanley (7:2, August 2006)

Beyond Calculation: Politics and Aesthetics in George Orwell

 

Jennifer Hansen (3:3, December 2002)

Necessary Fictions: Memoir and Self-Making

 

Justin Harmon (10:2, August 2009)

What Is It Like to Be Mysterious, Alienated, and Wildly Rich through Less Than Savory Means? Phenomenal Consciousness and Aesthetic Experience

 

Dustin Hellberg (15:3, December 2014)

The Ghosts I Do Know: Rhythm, Dickinson, Crane

 

Dustin Hellberg (17:3, December 2016)

Dignity, Evolution & Literary Representation: Dignity as a Common Pool Resource

 

Ralf Hertel (8:1, April 2007)

The eye in the text: John Banville’s Frames (1989-1995)

 

Kensei Hiwaki (2:1, April 2001)

Thought-Frame Enhancement for the Age of Digitized Globalisation

 

Kensei Hiwaki (4:1, April 2003)

Innovative Education for Important Issues under Globalization

 

Patrick Colm Hogan (6:2, August 2005)

Editor's introduction to the Special Issue on Literary Universals

 

Patrick Colm Hogan (6:2, August 2005)

Literary Universals and their Cultural Traditions: The Case of Poetic Imagery

 

Peter Huk (5:2, August 2004)

Derrida, A Renunciant?  The Gift of the Bhagavad Gita in The Gift of Death

 

Christina Iluzada (10:3, December 2009)

"Whelm'd in Deeper Gulps": Bipolar Disorder and the Poetry of William Cowper

 

Wisam Kh. Abdul Jabbar (13:3, December 2012)

The Freudian Model of the Psyche in Two of Henry James’s Short Stories

 

Jude James (6:1, April 2005)

BEYOND CONVENTION: Border Crossing From The Social Body To The Porous Body: The Porous Body As Ontological Site - Interface For A-Located Realities

 

Gur Pyari Jandial (15:2, August 2014)

A Neurotheological Approach to Understanding James Joyce’s Concept of Epiphany and Related States of Wajad and Turiya with Some Reflections on the Radhasoami Faith 

 

Milan Jaros (4:2, July 2003)

Onto-Poetic Signatures of Mathematical Analogy in Arts and Literature

 

Ryan J. Johnson (12:2, August 2011)

Locating the Abject in the Third Critique

 

Mbachaga Desen Jonathan and Mabel Maha (13:1, April 2012)

Theatre, Religion and National Integration: A Study of Regina Ode's The Masquerade called Religion

 

Anwen Jones (1:3, December 2000)

The crisis of  French Symbolist drama

 

John Chris Jones (1:2, July 2000)

human mind, the real theatre?

 

Kelly Jones (8:3, December 2007)

Between Nature and Eternity: (Present)ing Absence in Theatrical Representations of Shakespeare as the Ghost of Hamlet

 

Richard Elfyn Jones (6:3, December 2005)

The Metaphysics of Art-Works and Process. An examination of  George Steiner’s Real Presences: Is There Anything In What We Say?

 

Renu Josan (13:2, August 2012)

Striking a Spiritual Chord: Mystical Reflections in the Poetry of Rumi and Kabir

 

Ron Kaiser (8:1, April 2007)

Pleasure and Pain: the Sublime in William Wordsworth and Giacomo Leopardi

 

Kalamandalam Radhika (1:1, April 2000)

Dance and God Realisation

 

Aroosa Kanwal (13:2, August 2012)

After 9/11: Trauma, Memory, Melancholia and National Consciousness

 

Geoffrey Kay (6:3, December 2005)

Transcendence and Throwing: The Experience of Making Pottery

 

Joe Keener (14:3, December 2013)

Othello: The Multi-Level Conflict of the Darwinian Psychomachia

 

Christopher Kelen (3:1, April 2002)

Consciousness and Poetry

 

Christopher Kelen and Carol Archer (5:1, April 2004)

Over the border, the everyday lapse

 

Khan Farhadiba (9:3, December 2008)

The Narrative Technique in Nabokov’s Pale Fire: An Analysis

 

Violetta Krawczyk- Wasilewska (4:3, December 2003)

Post September 11: Oral and Visual Folklore in Poland as  an Expression of the Global Fear

 

Christopher M. Kuipers (6:2, August 2005)

The Diachronic Canon: Two Possible Universals in the Evolution of Literary Anthologies

 

Navjotika Kumar (14:1, April 2013)

On the Materiality of Language in Jenny Holzer’s Work

 

Michael Larrass (1:1, April 2000)

The Evolution of Awareness Parallels and Contrasts in the Bhagavad Gita and Macbeth

 

Michael Larrass (3:3, December 2002)

The Town Musicians of Bremen 

 

Carl Lavery and Ralph Yarrow (5:1, April 2004)

Genet's Sacred Theatre: Practice and Politics

 

Suzanne LaLonde (16:1, April 2015)

The Construction of a Conscious Mind in Haruki Murakami’s “A Shinagawa Monkey”

 

David Layton (11:2, August 2010)

Male and Female Archetypes in Doctor Who

 

Lisa Lewis (1:3, December 2000)

Adnabod Nid Gwybod: The Ghost and the Cloud (Perspectives on Performance and Identity)

 

Kimberly Mosher Lockwood (8:2, August 2007)

Metaphor as Guided Experience:  Metaphors and Situation Models

 

Malte Chr. Lyneborg (9:1, April 2008)

Mindedness: The style-giving background condition for perception, understanding, interaction, and aesthetic experience

 

Andrew D Lyons (2:2, July 2001)

Synaesthesia: A Cognitive Model of Cross-Modal Association

 

Ashley Majzels (9:1, April 2008)

John Cage’s Chance’ and Richard Foreman’s ‘Consciousness’: Performing the Sublime

 

Peter Malekin and Ralph Yarrow (1:2, July 2000)

The Pashyanti Project

 

John Marmysz (2:3, December 2001)

Humor, Sublimity and Incongruity

 

Hudson Marques da Silva (15:3, December 2014)

The Study of Literary Fiction in Brazilian Technical Schooling: a possible way for consciousness

 

JonathanDesen  Mbachaga (15:3, December 2014)

Nigerian Drama and Women in Politics: The Example of Irene Salami's Sweet Revenge

 

John McClellan (10:3, December 2009)

The Theatre and Civilisation

 

Jade McCutcheon (2:2, July 2001)

Theatre - Re-assessing the Sacred in Actor Training

 

Jade Rosina McCutcheon (9:1, April 2008)

Post Human Interactivity on the Global Stage: The Culture of Simulation

 

Tamar Mebuke (12:2, August 2011)

Analyses of the Problem of Intertextuality

 

Burton Melnick (13:3, December 2012)

Writing as Fishing: Conceptual Metaphor and “Resonance” in a Story by Hemingway and a Poem by Wordsworth

 

Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe (4:2, July 2003)

Staging Consciousess: Updating Demastes

 

Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe (4:3, December 2003)

Consciousness, Theatre and Terrorism

 

Narges Montakhabi (12:2, August 2011)

Memory, Consciousness, Deleuze: The Case of Samuel Beckett’s “Whoroscope”

 

Evangelia Moula (11:2, August 2010)

The emergence of female consciousness in Bildungsromane from contemporary Greece- representative instances

 

Susan Mower (10:2, August 2009)

Etienne Decroux: A Corporeal Consciousness

 

Susan Mower (11:2, August 2010)

Peter Brook’s Mahabharata: An Intercultural Consciousness

 

Susan Mower (14:2, August 2013)

Raising up All that Fall: Samuel Beckett and the (Un)Holy Theatre of Phantoms

 

Dyutiman Mukhopadhyay (16:1, April 2015)

The Dual Phase Oscillation Hypothesis and the Neuropsychology of Docu-Fiction Film

 

Joseph Naimo (3:3, December 2002)

Space-Time-Event-Motion (STEM) – a better metaphor and a new concept!

 

Gunasekaran Narayanan (14:1, April 2013)

Stream of Consciousness Technique in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman

 

Phil Ndlela (17:2, August 2016)

A Reading of Claudius’s “State of the Nation Address” and his Deployment of Repressive State Apparatuses in Hamlet

 

Barine Saana Ngaage (7:1, April 2006)

Political-economic Consciousness: Songs of Mosop and Fowa

 

Barine Saana Ngaage (11:1, April 2010)

Consciousness, Criminality and Responses to Kuru (tortoise) in Ogoni Tales

 

Barine Saana Ngaage (12:2, August 2011)

Economic Consciousness in Nigerian Tales

 

Laura Nutten (2:3, December 2001)

Madness and Signification in A Mouthful of Birds

 

Marc Ouellette (14:1, April 2013)

Nobody Here Does Anything For Nothing: Reciprocity and Gender in The Wings of the Dove

 

Quan Wang (12:1, April 2011)

Interpretative Strategies in “No Name Woman”

 

Daragh O’Reilly (1:3, December 2000)

Who’s Writing Whom? The Implications of a Plural Self for the Creative Writing Process

 

Leonard Orr (8:2, August 2007)

Transgression and Victim: Mnemic Traces in Conrad's Fiction

 

Anthony J. Palmer (5:1, April 2004)

Consciousness and Varying Musical Systems

 

Anthony J.  Palmer (10:1, April 2009)

Unconscious Apprehension of Metapatterns Expressed Consciously Through Musical Form

 

Lisa Pavlik-Malone (8:1, April 2007)

“Home IS Where the Cart IS”: Semantic Inflections of Self and Object

 

Lisa Pavlik-Malone (9:1, April 2008)

“They’re All of Them So Lovely”:  Semantic Effects of “Dollification” on Figurative Images of Women

 

Lisa Pavlik-Malone (11:1, April 2010)

Into the Eyes of the “I Clown“: A Metaphor for the Subconscious Imagination

 

David Pendery (7:3, December 2006)

Bringing Experience to Life and Life to Experience. Conscious Experience and Representation in Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon

 

Robert Pepperell (5:3, December 2004)

Towards a Self-Aware Art

 

Robert Pepperell (10:2, August 2009)

The Conscious Act of Looking at a Painting

 

Christopher Perricone (9:3, December 2008)

Shakespeare’s Procreation Sonnets: a Darwinian view

 

David Petersen (1:1, April 2000)

Creativity, Structure and Randomness

 

Deinya Phenix (17:1, April 2016)

Race consciousness, Diaspora, and Baianidade: Observations from an Epic Global Party

 

Jennifer Ewing Pierce (5:3, December 2004)

The Actor-Problem: Live and Filmed Performance and Classical Cognitivism

 

Frances Piper (7:2, August 2006)

Keeping Mum: Towards a ‘Voix Maternelle’ in Howard Barker’s Wounds to the Face

 

Paul Andrew Powell (6:3, December 2005)

The Second Coming as an Emergent property of Global Semiosis

 

Cormac Power (11:3, December 2010)

Making Nothing Out of Something: Concepts of Nothingness, Sartre, and the Theatre of Peter Brook

 

Teresa Prudente (11:2, August 2010)

“To write is always to rave a little”: the hallucinatory point of view in Elizabeth Bowen’s and Virginia Woolf’ s writing

 

Gordon Ramsay (4:2, July 2003)

Robotic Theatre In Extremis

 

Dian Duchin Reed (10:1, April 2009)

The Wisdom of Shakespeare’s Fools

 

Shahida Riaz (16:2, August 2015)

Manifestation of Global Characters’ Cognition amidst the Hostility of Religion, Politics and Terrorism: A Literary Analysis

 

Debra Ripley (10:2, August 2009)

Herman Melville’s Exploitation of Cognitive Features: Amasa Delano as Paradigm of Failure

 

Kenneth Robbins (4:3, December 2003)

The Healing Power of Butoh    

 

Jennie Rothenberg (3:1, April 2002)

Swallowing the Sky: Eugéne Ionesco and the Physiology of Happiness

 

Sébastien Ruffo (4:2, July 2003)

The Phonostylistics of the Dramatic Character

 

Jessica Runde (8:1, April 2007)

Ionesco beyond Absurdism

 

Nava Sevilla Sadeh (15:1, April 2014)

A Sublime Vision: Classical Concepts of Sublimation in Classical and Hellenistic Sculptural Goddess Images and Their Manifestation in Artworks by Two Contemporary Israeli Artists – Lea Avital and Ayala Serfaty

 

Nava Sevilla Sadeh (17:2, August 2016)

Panem et Circenses: The Metamorphosis of Greek Classical Concepts in 2nd-century CE Roman Sculpted Mythological Couples

 

Sara Dehghanzadeh Sahi (12:2, August 2011)

The Relationship between Selfhood and Otherness in Great Expectations: A Lacanian Reading

 

Aline de Mello Sanfelici (12:3, December 2011)

No Poem is Neutral: Activist Writing in the Poetry of Dionne Brand and Jeannette Armstrong

 

T.Sarada (13:1, April 2012)

Whose Religion is it Anyway? Decentering the White Male God in African American Women’s Theatre

 

Arup Jyoti Sarma (15:2, August 2014)

Art as an Expression of Personality: An Approach to Tagore’s Concept of Art

 

Alison Scott-Baumann and Christopher Norris (5:2, August 2004)

Derrida and Indian Thought: prospects for an East/West dialogue? (A conversation between Alison Scott-Baumann and Christopher Norris)

 

Barbara Sellers-Young (3:2, August 2002)

Breath, Perception, and Action:  The Body and Critical Thinking

 

Barbara Sellers-Young (9:1, April 2008)

Consciousness, Contemplation and the Academy

 

Simon Shaw-Miller (1:3, December 2000)

Skriabin and Obukhov: Mysterium  & La livre de vie The concept of artistic synthesis.

 

Simon Shaw-Miller (6:3, December 2005)

Andy and John Get Ordinary: Ontological Issues in the 1960’s Work of Warhol and Cage

 

Kiran Sikka  and Amrita Sharma (14:1, April 2013)

Reworking Metaphors in Poetry: A Case Study of Maharshi Ramana’s Poetry

 

Ioana Sion (7:1, April 2006)

The Shape of the Beckettian Self: Godot  and the Jungian Mandala

 

Priyanka Tripathi (17:3, December 2016)

Reinventing the Intimate Voices: A Close Reading of Indian Women’s Autobiography in English

 

John Vignaux Smyth (11:1, April 2010)

Zizek's Violence

 

Stefán Snævarr  (1:2, July 2000)

Ibsen, our Contemporary

 

Anthony Squiers (12:1, April 2011)

Bertolt Brecht and the Ethics of Praxis

 

Anthony Squiers (14:1, April 2013)

Narrative, Consciousness and Cognition in the Works of Bertolt Brecht

 

Smriti Srivastava and Varsha Jha (16:2, August 2015)

Religious, Non-Religious and the Changing Consciousness of the Ramlila

 

Justin Swink (13:1, April 2012)

Lily Briscoe/Lily Shakespeare: The Androgynous Mind in To the Lighthouse

 

Justin Swink (16:1, April 2015)

"Dreaming Awake": Reading Walden as Phantasy

 

Nicole Szendy (2:1, April 2001)

Art in Today's World

 

Nicole Szendy (4:1, April 2003)

Illusion and creativity, where does fascination come from ?

 

Gregory Frank Tague (2:2, July 2001)

The Peculiar Morality of the Artist

 

Leena Taneja (5:2, August 2004)

Tracing Difference: The Subtext of Derridean and Gaudiya Vaishnava Theology

 

Aldo Tassi (1:2, July 2000)

Performance as Metamorphosis

 

Grant Taylor and Nick Low (3:3, December 2002)

Phantoms in the Corridor: Portal Systems in the Digital Mind

 

Susan Thompson (4:3, December 2003)

The 1985 Artists' Brigades, Mexico City: An Account From the Streets

 

Dylan Trigg (5:1, April 2004)

From the Divine to the Dissolute: Schopenhauer and Death in Venice

 

Craig Turner (9:2, August 2008)

The Association Process in Stanislavski’s “Threshold of the Subconscious”

 

Jack Turner (5:1, April 2004)

Dream Journey: An Approach to Pym

 

Linda Turner (2:1, April 2001)

Using Artistic Expression to Overcome Computer Anxiety: A Productive Partnership

 

Linda Turner (4:1, April 2003)

Genealogy: A Bridge on the Road Between Philosophical Inquiry and the Offerings of the Computer Age

 

Tere Vadén (2:3, December 2001)

Dreamwork and the Subject   - A Surrealist Interpretation

 

Shilpa Venkatchalam (8:1, April 2007)

In Search of Definitions: Literature and Philosophy

 

Donald R. Wehrs (6:2, August 2005)

Somatic Marking, Ethical Sense, and Practical Reason: The Political Economy of Literary Universals from Richardson and Austen to Dostoyevsky and Grass 

 

William Weiss (1:1, April 2000)

The Ego and the Self in Actor Training

 

William Weiss (7:3, December 2006)

How do you apply “spirituality” in theatre training?

 

Charles Whitehead (11:3, December 2010)

Social Mirror Theory, the Arts, and the Evolution of Human Self-Consciousness

 

Charles Whitehead (12:1, April 2011)

Work versus Play: What recent brain research can tell us about play, theatre, and the arts, and why it is taking scientists such an unconscionably long time to realize their importance

 

Kimmika Williams-Witherspoon (18:1, April 2017)

Performance Poetry: Auto-Ethnography and Engagement As Social Activist Theater

 

Gerda van de Windt (6:3, December 2005)

Artistic Creativity: Sublime Expressions of Inner Body Wisdom

 

Michael Woods (8:3, December 2007)

Some Remarks on Musical Meanin

 

Frederick R. Worth (14:3, December 2013)

Poems That Open and Shut: The Accordion-Fold Poems of Blaise Cendrars and Octavio Paz

 

Zhu Yanyan and Wang Quan (8:3, December 2007)

A Lacanian Reading of Milkman

 

Quan Wang (16:1, April 2015)

The Influence of Chuang Tzu on Jacques Lacan’s Concept of Language

 

Michael A. Winkelman (17:2, August 2016)

“To Preserve This Vessel”: Jealousy, Evolutionary Biology, and Othello

 

Iris M. Yob (10:2, August 2009)

Response to Anthony Palmer, “Unconscious Apprehension of Metapatterns Expressed Consciously Through Musical Form”

 

Harry Youtt (4:3, December 2003)

Artists of Denial and Avoidance after September 11, 2001. (A Very Unorthodox View from the U.S.)