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Monique Bellan

Phone: +961 (0)1 359181 | Email: bellan@orient-institut.org

Monique Bellan joined the Orient-Institut Beirut in 2013 as a research associate. Previously she worked as an assistant at the Performing Arts Section of the Academy of Arts in Berlin and as a research associate at the research centre “Aesthetic Experience and the Dissolution of Artistic Limits” at Freie Universität Berlin. There she obtained a doctorate in Middle Eastern Studies in 2012 with a thesis on contemporary Lebanese theatre. Her current research project focusses on aesthetic reflection in 20th century Lebanon and Egypt and avant-garde movements.

Her research interests include: politics; aesthetics and language; artistic and literary avant-garde; contemporary artistic practices; art theory; nahda.

 

Publications

Book

Maltzahn, Nadia von and Monique Bellan (eds.). 2015. Divercities: Competing narratives and urban identities in Beirut, Cairo and Tehran, Orient-Institut Studies 3. Beirut: Orient-Institut. Available at http://www.perspectivia.net/publikationen/orient-institut-studies/3-2015.


Bellan, Monique. 2013. Dismember remember: das anatomische Theater von Lina Saneh und Rabih Mroué. Wiesbaden: Reichert.

Journal Article

Bellan, Monique. 2012. „...ich bin sicher, dass es keine Grenzen gibt“ – Theatrale Dekonstruktionen bei Lina Saneh und Rabih Mroué. In: Jakiša, Miranda and Andreas Pflitsch (eds.). Jugoslawien, Libanon: Verhandlung von Zugehörigkeit in den Künsten fragmentierter Kulturen. Berlin: Kulturverlag Kadmos, pp. 296–317.


———. 2011. Die multiplizierte Biografie. Schauspielhaus Zürich Zeitung, pp. 14–15. Available at http://www.schauspielhaus.ch/system/attachments/410/original/SHZ_Zeitung_1.pdf.


———. 2008. Lina Saneh: Le Corps, champ de bataille/Lina Saneh: Body as Battleground. artpress, (341), pp. 29–33.


———. 2007. Des représentations de l’histoire et de la mémoire dans l’art contemporain au Liban. In: Itinéraires esthétiques et scènes culturelles au Proche-Orient. Beyrouth: Institut Français du Proche-Orient, pp. 223–232. Available at http://books.openedition.org/ifpo/562.