The Waste Land is an installation project by Daniel Domig and Christopher Domig that employs theatre and poetry as a way of reviving T.S. Elliot’s classic poem. “Many of us first encountered — or avoided — The Waste Land (1922) as homework. This performance is an opportunity to reengage with the classic text, to discover something new in it that we might have missed as students.” Perhaps this piece could be an inspiration on how we might engage students both with classic and contemporary ethnographic texts.
The Waste Land Project
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