Returning to the common roots of theatre and law, Theatrical Jurisprudence uses post-dramatic theatre as a method for reconceptualizing how we think law and particularly how we apprehend legality. Starting from the thespian’s training in and awareness of the body, Theatrical Jurisprudence argues for an active and sensory appreciation of the role of coporeality not only in performing law but also in understanding the relationships and conflicts that constitute the practice of the lawyer.
- minor jurisprudence
- poor theatre
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Sociology and Political Science
- Social Sciences(all)