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Author Cutchins, Dennis
Title Redefining Adaptation Studies
Imprint Lanham, MD : Scarecrow Press, 2010
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Note Intro -- Foreword -- Introduction: How Should We Teach It? How Could We Teach It? -- ONE ADAPTING WILDE FOR THE PERFORMANCE CLASSROOM "No Small Parts" -- TWO "IT MUST ALL CHANGE NOW" Victor Hugo's Lucretia Borgia and Adaptation -- THREE "NEVER SEEK TO TELL THY LOVE" E-Adapting Blake in the Classroom -- FOUR ADAPTATION AND CREATIVE WRITIING Brokeback Mountainon the London Underground -- FIVE PEDAGOG AND POLICY IN INTERMEDIAL ADAPTATIONS -- SIX TOWARD A PEDAGOGY FOR ADAPTATION STUDIES -- SEVEN WRITING THE ADAPATATION Teaching an Upper-Division College Course for the Screenwriter -- EIGHT WHOSE LIFE Is It, ANYWAY? Adaptation, Collective Memory, and (Auto)Biographical Processes -- NINE THE NUMBERS GAME Quantifying the Audience -- TEN ENAGAGING THE EAR Teaching Radio Drama Adaptations -- ELEVEN THE PLEASURE OF "THEATER FILM" Stage to Film Adaptation -- Filmography -- Biblography -- About the Editors and Contributors
Transcending the literature/film paradigm of typical film adaptation courses, these essays focus on the idea of 'adaptation' and what it means in different socio-political contexts. This volume not only suggests how 'adaptation' might be used in different disciplines but how it might improve the learning experience for teachers and students alike
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Cutchins, Dennis Redefining Adaptation Studies Lanham, MD : Scarecrow Press,c2010 9780810872981
Subject Motion picture authorship - Study and teaching
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Alt Author Raw, Laurence
Welsh, James M
Raw, Laurence
Welsh, James
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