e d i t o r Õ s n o t e This issue, which focuses on Asian puppetry, is under the guest editorship of Professor Kathy Foley, Provost of Porter College at the University of California at Santa Cruz. Professor Foley, who has been area editor for Southeast Asia since AT J began, is widely recognized as one of the WestÕs leading scholar-practitioners of Southeast Asian forms. It is with great pride and confidence that I turn this issue over to her, and I am cer- tain the results will provide an unusually valuable resource for anyone interested in puppetry, which has assumed so many remarkable and significant guises in Asia. Samuel L. Leiter E d i t o r How can a single person experience full human potential, expanding beyond the circumstances of oneÕs life? If born to low sta- tus, how can one know what it is to be royal; if male, female; when young, how can one understand age? And if we only dimly compre- hend other humans, how can we pretend to know other beings Ñ ani- mals, plants, gods, or demons? In South Asia and Southeast Asia for over a thousand years, peo-
Asian Theatre Journal – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Mar 1, 2001
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