Teater som mediator i konfliktområder

Teater og kulturproduksjon i Patani-regionen

Forfattere

  • Hilde Kvam

Resumé

Fremveksten av religiøs radikalisme og ekstremisme i dagens samfunn gir inntrykk av en uoverkommelig polarisering mellom ulike folkegrupper, etnisiteter og individer tilhørende ulike religioner. Artikkel diskuterer med utgangspunkt i teatervirksomheten i Pataniregionen i Malaysia og Thailand og hvordan en kulturell fellesarv kommer til uttrykk i teateret og bidrar til å nyansere forestillinger om «rene» religioner og identiteter.

The emergence of radical extremism gives the impression of increasing religious and cultural opposition in today’s society. The article discusses how a deeper cultural understanding expressed through the theater in Patani Region in Malaysia and Thailand can help to nuance this picture.

Forfatterbiografi

Hilde Kvam

Hilde Kvam er dr.philos og arbeider som førsteamanuensis ved Seksjon for drama og teater, IKM, NTNU. Hun har spesialkompetanse innen Sørøst-asiatisk teater og har bidratt med innlegg og paper på en rekke internasjonale konferanser i Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Japan og Afrika. Hun er del av flere internasjonale nettverk i Sørøst Asia.

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Publiceret

2019-12-02

Citation/Eksport

Kvam, H. (2019). Teater som mediator i konfliktområder: Teater og kulturproduksjon i Patani-regionen. Peripeti, 16(30.7), 94–103. Hentet fra https://tidsskrift.dk/peripeti/article/view/117598