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Internationale Publikationen

Marx, Peter W. and Tracy C. Davis (ed., 2020): The Routledge Companion to Theatre and Performance Historiography, Routledge: London.

Förster, Sascha (2020): »Reusing Props at the National Theatre, London: Considering Theatre Materiality in a Historiographical Context.«, in: Theatre Research International, 45(3), 337-343.

Probst, Nora (2020): »Staging Global Theatre History in the Museum: Carl Niessen and the Draft of the Reichstheaterinstitut (1943)«, in: Theatre Research International 45(3), 303-307.

Förster, Sascha (2020, print in preparation): »Fundus/Repertoire«, in: Borkopp-Restle, Birgitt/Göttler, Christine/Gramaccini, Noberto/Marx, Peter W./Nicolai, Bernd/Schneemann, Peter J. (Hg.): Reading Room: A bis Z, Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz.

Probst, Nora (2020, print in preparation): »The alleged gap between academia and art«. Julius Lips, Carl Niessen and the Masks of Men (1931/32). In: »The Savage Hits Back« Revisited. Art And Alterity in the Colonial Encounter. Berlin: Reimer.

Marx, Peter W. (2017): A Cultural History of Theatre: In the Age of Empire (1800-1920). London [etc.]: Bloomsbury.

Marx, Peter W. (2016):  »Masks and Masked Performance in Europe. [Japan. Version] Nōmen o kagakusuru: sekai no kamen to engeki.« Kobe: Research Center of Classic Performing Arts, p. 67-92.

Marx, Peter W (ed., 2014): A Party for Will! A Journey through Shakespeare's Universe. Berlin: Theater der Zeit.

Marx, Peter W (2012). »Janus-faced Hamlets of the German Stage: Fritz Kortner and Gustaf Gründgens.« in Owen, Ruth (Hg.): The Hamlet Zone. Reworking Hamlet for European Cultures. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, p. 115-28.

Marx, Peter W (2010): »Arnold Zweig and the Critics: Reconsidering the Jewish ‚Contribution’ to German Thea­tre.« in Malkin, Jeanette R./ Rokem, Freddie (Hgg.): Jews and the Making of Modern German Theatre. Studies in Theatre History and Culture. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, p. 116-31