Bahasa Perlawanan dan Politik Tubuh dalam Teori Drama Pasca-Kolonial Helen Gilbert dan Joanne Tompkins

Herpin Nopiandi Khurosan, Riyana Rizki Yuliatin

Abstract


This paper is a review and preparation of concepts, ideas and theoris of post-colonial drama in Helen Gilbert andTompkins’s sense. I use “Post-Colonial Drama: Theory, Practice, Politics†as a main source of their ideas about post-colonial Drama. I limited this paper in theories of canonical counter-discourse, the language of resistance, and body politics in post-colonial context. The result of this reconstruction to their theories is developed to become theoretical and methodological framework which can be used to analyse post-colonial drama in later researches.


Keywords


Post-colonial Drama; Body Politics; Helen Gilbert: Joanne Tompkins

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.29408/tmmt.v2i2.2294

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