[Update] Performance Studies: Deadline Extended till 15 June
Call for Papers Date:
Deadline extended till 15 June, 2013 for the Special Issue on Performance Studies
The next issue (Vol V, No 2) of Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities (ISSN 0975-2935) is going be on the broad area of Performance Studies. For authors’ convenience we have selected certain topics/issues on which submission may be made. However, the list issue not exhaustive and is rather suggestive. We welcome submission on issues relating to the broad area from the contributors.
Scope and Nature of Performance Studies / Performing Arts Theory
Interdisciplinarity: literature, theatre, cultural anthropology, social sciences, neuro-sciences and performance
Genre and Politics
Performance Theory and Criticism (Discussants may include Wallace Bacon, Robert Breen, Richard Schechner, Victor Turner, Dwight Conquergood, Bryan Reynolds, Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Diana Taylor, Corinne Kratz and others)
Performance, Text, Discourse
Evolution, Bio-Aesthetics: Spectacle, rituals, theatre, game -theory etc.
Gender, Race, Culture Issues
Performance/s (text), performance artist/s, group etc. History of Drama, Film & Digital Media.
Submission of Creative Works: We invite submission of multimedia works (photos, paintings, photographs, short videos, digital art) relating to Performance Studies from individual artists and group of artists/performers.
Book Reviews: Reviews of books, Performance relating to Performance Studies are invited. Please read submission guidelines from the website.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Guidelines: Please visit http://rupkatha.com /submissionguidelines.php for submission guidelines.
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