• Sandra Buch
  • Solveig` Gade
  • Lise Sofie Houe Houe
  • Thomas Rosendal Nielsen
  • Yvonne Schmidt


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Sandra Buch, Solveig Gade, Lise Sofie Houe, Thomas Rosendal Nielsen, and Yvonne Schmidt.
Erik Exe Christoffersen, Solveig Daugaard, Michael Eigtved, Solveig Gade, Storm Møller Madsen, Thomas Rosendal Nielsen (ansv.), Signe Nygaard, Cecilie Ullerup Schmidt, Laura Luise Schultz, Josefine Brink Siem.
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ISSN: 1604-0325
Peripeti udgives af Afdeling for Dramaturgi (Aarhus Universitet) i samarbejde med Teater- og Performancestudier (Københavns Universitet) og Den Danske Scenekunstskole. Peripeti er støttet af Statens Kunstfond og Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond.
Afdeling for Dramaturgi
Institut for Kommunikation og Kultur, Aarhus Universitet
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DK 8000 Århus C

Redaktion: thomas.rosendal@cc.au.dk


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Buch, S., Gade, S., Houe, L. S. H., Rosendal Nielsen, T., & Schmidt, Y. (2022). Editorial. Peripeti, 19(37), 6–13. Hentet fra https://tidsskrift.dk/peripeti/article/view/135185



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