ISSN: 13180509
Online ISSN: 2050957X
First published in 2013
3 Issues per volume
Volume 31 Issue 179-180
Cover Date: September 2016
Contents
Editorial
Authors:  Amelia Kraigher And  Ajda Rooss 
Page Start: 7
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Actor and Puppet on the Contemporary Stage
Authors:  Didier Plassard 
Page Start: 8
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’Man’ as X-Foucault, Kant and their doublets
Page Start: 18
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As a Cloud Shaped by the Winds
Authors:  Daniel Blanga-Gubbay 
Page Start: 24
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Between the Body, the Object and the Image: Dance and the Visual Arts in Puppet Art
Authors:  Renaud Herbin 
Page Start: 34
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The Comeback of Objects: On vacuum cleaners, plastic bottles, hair dryers, chairs, brooms, sand & other nonhuman performers on contemporary stages
Authors:  Martina Ruhsam 
Page Start: 46
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Deleuze’s “Puppetry” and the Ethics of Non-human Compositions
Authors:  Aline Wiame 
Page Start: 60
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“Hello World”
Authors:  Amit Drori 
Page Start: 68
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The Axe-Files
Page Start: 80
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Sound Animation, or on the Singing Stone
Authors:  Peter Kus 
Page Start: 92
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The triumph of the Puppet: the Victory of Death is a Blow to Life. The Movement of Life and Death in the Opus of Silvan Omerzu.
Authors:  Tea Kovše 
Page Start: 100
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Slovenian Puppet Base Jumping
Authors:  Martina Maurič Lazar 
Page Start: 114
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The Museum of Puppetry a Ljubljana Castle
Authors:  Vesna Teržan 
Page Start: 126
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International Puppet Festival LUTKE 2014
Authors:  Nenad Jelesijević 
Page Start: 138
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Bubbling Boundless Creativity
Authors:  Mojca Redjko 
Page Start: 154
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The “Terrorism” of Puppets. An Attempt at understanding state violence in the arrest of two Spanish puppeteers accused of “promoting terrorism” in a play.
Authors:  Peter Gelderloos 
Page Start: 162
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