The first edition of the ITI Yearbook was published in 2014, replacing the membership magazine Impuls. Each issue of the yearbook focuses on a particular theme, with contributions from theatre and cultural practitioners from different countries offering insights into their experience with that theme.
Yearbook 2019 – Getting Across
Translation in the performing arts
The contributions highlight the various facets of language transfer and translation in the performing arts and show what this can achieve. They are a plea for the many possibilities of competently creating these translations in a free, open space of cultural exchange across languages and national borders.
With contributions by Voxi Bärenklau, Guy Dermosessian, Stefan Fischer-Fels, Yvonne Griesel, Christine Henniger, Matthias Lilienthal, Kate McNaughton, Toshiki Okada, Wiebke Puls, Leyla Claire Rabih, Verena Regensburger, Larisa Schippel, Dagmar Walser, Kassandra Wedel, Maxim Wittenbecher, Makiko Yamaguchi and Maja Zade, among others.
Digital German edition: https://issuu.com/itigermany/docs/iti_jahrbuch_2019_de_issuu
Digital English edition: https://issuu.com/itigermany/docs/iti_jahrbuch_2019_en_issuu
Yearbook 2018 – Co_Laboration
Collaboration/cooperation/co-production in theatre.
In addition to approaching the terms collaboration/cooperation/co-production and their meaning in artistic practice, this issue spotlights international collaborations and the administrative uncertainties that come with them, as well as their artistic, cultural and communicative challenges.
With contributions by Günter Heeg, Jens Van Lathem, Annika Hampel, Zoë Svendsen, Anmol Vellani, Chang Nai Wen, Martine Dennewald, Kerstin Ortmeier, Marta Keil, Krystel Khoury, Iulia Popovici and Stefan Schmidtke, among others.
Digital German and English edition: https://issuu.com/itigermany/docs/iti-jahrbuch_2018_issuu__003_
Yearbook 2017 – Arts under Attack
On the freedom and rights of artists in the face of nationalism and populism
The rights and freedom of artists are being threatened and restricted time and again by rising populism and religious fanaticism. These contributions shed light on the developments of nationalism and populism, which are trying to prevent us living together in a democratic and culturally open way.
With contributions by Cornelia Dümcke, Daniel Gad, Mike van Graan, Senad Halilbasic, Agnes Heller, Srecko Horvath, Jan Klata, Ole Reitov and Saskia Sassen, among others.
Digital German and English edition: https://issuu.com/itigermany/docs/iti_jahrbuch_2017_issuu_i
Yearbook 2016 – Who is Europe?
These articles on the subject of Europe are written from different perspectives – also geographically – perspectives which are not limited to an internal view from the European centre. They are contributions that seek to inspire understanding and thinking about cultural, political and artistic challenges in Europe.
With contributions by Saša Asentić, Basma El Husseiny, Janez Janša, Ivan Krastev, David Lan, Fabian Lettow, Dorothea Marcus, Maxi Obexer, Gemma Pörzgen, Anda Rottenberg, Ivana Sajko, Adnan Softić, Christina Thürmer-Rohr and Mischa Twitchin, among others.
Digital German and English edition: https://issuu.com/itigermany/docs/iti_jahrbuch_2016_issuu
Yearbook 2015 – Understanding
Preserving the diversity of theatre cultures and securing the rights of artists are still enormous challenges. Changes of perspective and viewpoint are necessary in order to be able to act in power and crisis structures.
With contributions by Nora Amin, Ann Mari Engel, Joachim Fiebach, Gero Hammer, Yael Ronen, Jürgen Schitthelm, Sophia Stepf and Mary Ann de Vlieg, among others.
Digital German and English edition: https://issuu.com/itigermany/docs/iti_jahrbuch_2015_issuu
Yearbook 2014 – Festivals
Festivals as places to present artistic work that provide space for different artistic disciplines and discourses is the focus of these contributions.
With contributions by Jovan Cirilov, Guy Coolen, Natalie Driemeyer, Mansour Hosseini, Dragan Klaic, Thomas Krauss, Matthias Lilienthal, Janek Müller, Oswaldo Obregon and Bernhard Studlar, among others.
Digital German and English edition: https://issuu.com/itigermany/docs/iti_jahrbuch_2014_einzelseiten
Yearbook 2013 – What Remains?
"What remains?" focuses on archives and archiving in the performing arts and deals with sustainability in the arts.
With contributions by Stephan Dörschel, Erhardt Ertel, Annika Hampel, Hedda Kage, Renate Klett, Jan Lazardzig , Alex Moussa Sawadogo, Sven Schlötcke, Detlev Schneider and Alexander Stillmark, among others.
Digital German and English edition: https://issuu.com/itigermany/docs/iti_jahrbuch_2013_einzelseiten