This Subject Includes

  • Course No: HS 115
  • Course: B.Tech
  • Semester: IV
  • Title: Leadership And Communication in Historical Drama
  • Stream: English
  • Description:

    Dramatic literature and society; representations of leaders in drama: eastern and western; dramatization of the politics of power; leadership and structures of power; leadership and communication; drama and communication strategies: rhetoric and oratory; major issues in contemporary communication theory; dramatic literature and historical drama; historical drama and dominant conceptions of historical truth and utility of history; introduction to new historicism.

    Texts:

    1. W. Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, Oxford University Press, 2004.

    2. G. Karnad, Tughlaq, Oxford University Press, 1998.

    Reference:

    1. J. Dollimore and A. Sinfield (Eds), Political Shakespeare: essays in Cultural Materialism, Manchester University Press, 1985, 94

    2. S.K. Das, A History of Indian Literature, South Asia Books, 1991-95

  • Text:

    1. W. Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, Oxford University Press, 2004.2.- G. Karnad, Tughlaq, Oxford University Press, 1998.

  • Course References:

    1. J. Dollimore and A. Sinfield (Eds), Political Shakespeare: essays in Cultural Materialism, Manchester University Press, 1985, 942. S.K. Das, A History of Indian Literature, South Asia Books, 1991-95.