Call for papers, aesthetic works, and media projects: +Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies+ is seeking submissions of projects encompassing the widest range of performance studies theory, practice, and experiments. +Liminalities+ is a peer-reviewed journal for performance studies, theory and praxis. Our goal is to extend the possibilities for presenting performance studies work by exploring and exploiting the potential of digital media. We publish essays, aesthetic works, digital media projects, book reviews, interviews, and reflections on pedagogy.
+Liminalities+ is pleased to announce the release of a new issue.
Direct your browser to http://liminalities.net to visit the journal.
The table of contents for issue 2.1 is as follows:
Elizabeth Bell, “Social Dramas and Cultural Performances: All the President's Women” [essay]
Jason Del Gandio and Robert Israel, “Peforming the Dum' Dum Doctrine: A Nonrepresentational Account of Bush's Expansionism” [performative essay and illustrations]
Elizabeth Whitney, “Flag Football” [audio performance]
Bernardo Alexander Attias and Almetria Magdelena Vaba, “Lost Lust: The Performative Remainder” [performance script via detournement]
Robyn Diner, “Dress/Talk/Trash: Trailer Park Chic, Post-Punk-Pop and My Body of Pedagogy” [notes on teaching]
Robert Avery, Review of +Appropriating Blackness: Performance and the Politics of Authenticity+, by E. Patrick Johnson [book review]
With this issue, we introduce a bulletin-board style forum for feedback and discussion of the contents of our journal issues, as well as for other topics of interest for performance studies. To maintain accountability and to avoid spam, we ask users to register in order to write posts and comments.
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