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Rewriting the VictimDramatization as Research in Thailand's Anti-Trafficking Movement$
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Erin M. Kamler

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780190840099

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190840099.001.0001

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Rupture and Hospitality

Rupture and Hospitality

Artist Subjectivities

(p.225) Chapter 14 Rupture and Hospitality
Rewriting the Victim

Erin M. Kamler

Oxford University Press

The final chapter examines the way artist participants in “Land of Smiles” began to undergo the passage from rupture to “hospitality”—an ethical contract formed not around “sameness,” but rather, around “encounters with the unknown.” By articulating their experiences of rupture and its complementary process of hospitality, the artist narratives reveal the power of musical theater as a means of breaking down preconceptions and opening new pathways to empathy and trust. It is here that we see the tenets of liberation unfold most dramatically, illuminating DAR’s transformative essence.

Keywords:   theater, performance, rupture, hospitality, narrative, liberation psychology

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