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Introduction A Hellenic Modernism: Greek Theatre and Italian Fascism

Editorial Introduction: (Re)Living Greece and Rome: Performances of Classical Antiquity under Fascism

Performative Mo(nu)ments: Re-enacting Classical Antiquity in the Theaters of Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany

The Sweet Vitality of the Dancing Bodies: Classical Embodiment and Fascist Visions in Sophocles’ Trachiniae at Syracuse in 1933

Spectres of Greekness at the Time of Corona

Fischer­‚ÄźLichte, Erika, Tragedy’s Endurance: Performances of Greek Tragedy and Cultural Identity in Germany

Greek Fragments in Postmodern Frames: Rewriting Tragedy, 1970-2005

Reinscribing the Other in Contemporary Adaptations of Greek Tragedy and Epic

Crisis, Rupture and the Rapture of an Imperceptible Aesthetics: A Recent History of the Hellenic Festival

Chorus and the Vaterland: Greek Tragedy and the Ideology of Choral Performance in Inter-War Germany

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