Decomposition: Post-disciplinary Performance

الغلاف الأمامي
Sue-Ellen Case, Philip Brett, Susan Leigh Foster
Indiana University Press, 2000 - 225 من الصفحات

The fluid nature of performance studies and the widening embrace of the idea of performativity has produced in Decomposition: Post-Disciplinary Performance a collection of great interest that crosses disciplinary lines of academic work. The essays move from the local to the global, from history to sport, from body parts to stage productions, and from race relations to global politics.

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Introducing Unnatural Acts
3
Interpreting Body
10
Performance and Identity Politics
18
Black NoiseWhite Mastery
39
The Black Artists Group in St Louis
50
Yayoi Kusamas Body of
62
Staging Threepenny
79
The Britten
95
The Sexual Politics of Argentine Soccer
111
Music at Home Politics Afar
139
Yvonne Rainers Theory of Probability
171
The Case of the Talking Vulva
186
Decomposition
201
CONTRIBUTORS
215
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1) Sue-Ellen Case is Chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of California, Davis. She has authored and edited several books in the field of feminism and performance studies, including Feminism & Theatre; the Domain-Matrix: Performing Lesbian at the End of Print Culture; and Performing Feminisms.

2) Philip Brett is Distinguished Professor of Music at the University of California, Riverside. A leader in gay studies in musicology, he is co-editor of Queering the Pitch: The New Gay and Lesbian Musicology, and he has written extensively on the music of Benjamin Britten.

3) Susan Leigh Foster, choreographer, dancer, writer, is Professor of Dance at the University of California campuses of Riverside and Davis. She is author of Reading Dancing and Choreography and Narrative and editor of Choreographing History and Corporealities.

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