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Philosophy of the Performing Arts Book by David Davies
This book provides an accessible yet sophisticated introduction to the significant philosophical issues concerning the performing arts. It Presents the significant philosophical issues concerning the performing arts in an accessible style, assuming no prior knowledge, Provides a critical overview and a comprehensive framework for thinking about the performing arts etc.
J. D. (David) Davies (born 1 April 1957, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire) is a British historian, specialising primarily in naval history, and the author of both fiction and non-fiction books. Davies was educated at Llanelli Boys’ Grammar School and Jesus College, Oxford. After teaching for some years in Newquay, Cornwall, he returned to Oxford to undertake doctoral research on the naval history of the Restoration period. He was awarded the degree of DPhil in 1986. He subsequently taught history and politics at Bedford Modern School, also serving as a Sub-Lieutenant RNR (CCF). Ultimately, he served as Deputy Head (Academic) at BMS from 2000 to 2004. He then gave up full-time teaching to develop his writing career. Davies’s first book, Gentlemen and Tarpaulins: The Officers and Men of the Restoration Navy (1991) was a revised version of his doctoral thesis . His second book, Pepys’s Navy: Ships, Men and Warfare 1649–89, was published in 2008, followed in 2010 by his first non-naval book, Blood of Kings: the Stuarts, the Ruthvens and the ‘Gowrie Conspiracy’. Britannia’s Dragon: A Naval History of Wales followed in 2013. His latest non-fiction book Kings of the Sea: Charles II, James II and the Royal Navy, was published by in 2017. It discusses how the two monarchs developed the navy but also provides new information about Charles II.
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|Book Cover Type||Paperback|
|Persian Title||کتاب فلسفه ی هنرهای اجرایی اثر دیوید دیویس|