Ecumenica 13.1

The Issue in JSTOR “Queering Zion: Liberalism and Coalitional Care in Mormon Drama” Kristin Perkins “Human Sacrifice, Nuns, and Gender-Bent Kings: The Effect of Religious Change on Gender Presentation in Early Modern Adaptations of Iphegenia among the Taurians “The Liturgy That Dare Not Speak Its Name: Religious Engagement and Affective Memory as a Site of

Ecumenica 12.2

“From Religious Rituals to Popular Theatre: Evolution of the Mulian Legend” Shiao-Ling Yu PLAY Maryam: A Woman of Bethlehem (English and Arabic) Victoria Rue translated by Hind Abu Shkhadim REPORT Maryam: A Woman of Bethlehem Samer Makhlouf BOOK REVIEWS High Mas: Carnival and the Poetics of Caribbean Culture Reviewed by James Padilioni, Jr. Homo Ritualis:

Ecumenica 12.1

Letter from the Editor “The Social Drama of Durga Puja: Performing Bengali Identity in the Diaspora” Arnab Banerji “Act for Your Life: Widows in Vrindavan” Radhica Ganapathy “Advocating for the Rejuvenation of Jatra Performance” Jashodhara Sen INTERVIEW “Rituals and a Need for Forgiveness: An Interview with Rajiv Joseph” Kevin J. Wetmore, Jr. REPORT “Dance of

Ecumenica 11.2

Fall 2018 Letter from the Editors Claire Pamment and Hesam Sharifian guest editors “Black Table: Choreographic Interventions in Moroccan Contemporary Dance” Karima Borni “B for Badan, Blessed, and (B)othered: The Counter-Sacred in the Iranian Theatre of War” Marjan Moosavi “Darvag and the Theatre of Iranian Diaspora” Hamid Ehya “Phoenix Rising: The Conference of the Birds”

Ecumenica 11.1

Letter from the Editor David V. Mason The Religion Virus: An Interview and Meta-Conversation Michael Dudeck and David Mason “The Spectacle of Unseeing: Creation from Nothing in Richard III” Jonathan Wanner “Apocalypse How? The World’s End in Will Eno’s TRAGEDY: a tragedy” Dana Tanner-Kennedy “Racine’s Ancients: Paradoxes of Adaptation in the Panegyric Tradition of French

Ecumenica 10.2

Fall 2017 Letter from the Editor David V. Mason “Sexual Perversity in a Feminist Bible Play: Florence Kiper Frank’s Jael” Kari-Anne Innes “An Anthropogenic Upheaval: Edward Bond’s Bingo, Shakespeare’s Enclosure, and Terrocentric Identity” Babak Ashrafkhani Limoudehi “The Holy Land Experience: ‘Step Right Up’ to Experience the Crucifixion” Aaron Brown “Sacred Spaces: Experiencing the Supernatural at Lourdes” Kristin

Ecumenica 10.1

Spring 2017 Letter from the Editor David V. Mason “The Many Afterlives of Matt Talbot: Contesting Irish Nationalism in Thomas Kilroy’s Talbot’s Box” Jeff Casey Interview: John Collins David V. Mason Play: The Child Who Didn’t Want to Be Born Diana Manole Book Reviews David K. Anderson. Martyrs and Players in Early Modern England: Tragedy, Religion, and

Ecumenica 9.1-2

Spring/Fall 2016 Letter from the Editor David V. Mason “A Rally Cry Unheard: Arthur Schnitzler and Political Drama” Weston Twardowski “Simon of Cyrene and Signifying Race in the Early 20th Century African-American Theatre” Craig Prentiss INTERVIEW: Jay Wegman David V. Mason PROFILE: London’s Intermission Youth Theatre: Re-Imagining Shakespeare and Spirituality Les Wade Book Reviews Birgit

Ecumenica 8.2

Fall 2015 Letter from the Editor Carolyn Roark Editorial: Forecasting the Future of Religion & Performance David Mason A Burning Vision of Decolonization: Marie Clements, Ecological Drama, and Indigenous Theatrical Praxis Courtney Elkin Mohler Henry Alcott’s Sensual Spirits: The American Indian as Spiritualist Spectacle Robert C. Thompson Profile: Contemporary Mormon Drama Megan Sanborn Jones Callie

Ecumenica 8.1

Spring 2015 Letter from the Editor Carolyn Roark “As If There Were No Damages”: Representing Native American Spirituality in the Dramas of Lope de Vega and Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Miriam Hahn Performances of Challenge: Catholic Pilgrims Engage with the Archive and the Repertoire Vanessa Baker “Unhoused, Disappointed, Unaneled”: Catholicism, Transubstantiation, and Hamlet