» NEW: Liminalities Online Submission Form (November 2022) » NEW: Call for projects for a special issue on Digital Performance of Literature (November 2022) » New series editor and updated CFP for Performance & Pedagogy (October 2022) » New recurring series: "Performance Wunderkammer: Cabinet of Curiosities" (September 2022) » Announcement regarding changes to Liminalities' editorial structure (August 2022) Issue 18.4 is a general issue featuring a forum on family stories, three video essays, a contribution to The City series, and three essays. Issue 18.3 is a special issue on "Performance in the wake | Cuerpas ante lo político" organized by the collaborative research group of the same name. The group works on the assumption that contemporary political performance revises the concepts of the political we inherit, including those revivified in recent debates around post-politics, post-race, and post-memory. The articles of the special issue engage with Ibero-American and Caribbean performances and their revisions of political concepts like avant-garde, strike, nation, borders, author/authorship, and identity, among others. Número 18.3 es un número especial titulado "Performance in the wake | Cuerpas ante lo político" y compilado por un grupo de investigación colaborativa del mismo nombre. El grupo asume que las performances políticas contemporáneas revisan los conceptos políticos que heredamos, inclusive los resucitados en debates recientes sobre post-política, post-race, y post-memoria. Los artículos del número especial dialogan con performances ibero-americanas y caribeñas y sus particulares revisiones de conceptos políticos como vanguardia, huelga, nación, fronteras, autoridad, e identidad, entre otros.Issue 18.2 is a general issue featuring seven essays, three performances with artist statements and response essays, an interview, a video installation, and a book review. Issue 18.1 is a special issue, "Performance and Politics, Power and Protest," edited by Sonja Kleij (Radboud University, Nijmegen) and Kayla Rush (Dublin City University). It features essays examining performance and politics from historical and contemporary perspectives.Issue 17.1-2 is a double issue featuring sections on sound, on criticism and critique, on performance in practice, and on autoethnographic essays, in addition to a book review. Issue 16.4 is a general issue packed full of essays, perfomance praxis, interviews, reviews, multimedia content, and contributions to Digital Horizons and The City. Issue 16.3 features essays on the National Lynching Memorial, Tunisian performance art, Charles Mingus, White apathy and racism at an American university, familiy stories of death and dying, movie riffing, the Queer death drive, community theaters and urban planning, and using vaporwave music for pedagogy. There's a digital storytelling game about motherhood and zombies. There's a one-person show about growing up gay in the latchkey generation. There are two video performances and four book reviews. Issue 16.2 is a special issue, "Terror on Tour: Borders, Detours, and Contingencies," edited by Paul Antick (London) and Ariane de Waal (Halle-Wittenberg). It features essays, an installation, a soundscape, and a video of a performance. Issue 16.1 features essays on sound and remembrance, Iranian women's rap, audience feedback loops, gallery protests, divided authority, rasic space, spoken word performance, a photo essay, three essays on narrating selves, and a book review. Issue 15.4 is a special issue on digital storytelling for women of color. Issue 15.3 is a special issue on humanistic, critical, and performative approaches to Modern Monetary Theory. Issue 15.2 is a special issue about the history of Malaga Island, Maine, and is focussed on a performance event from July 2018 that served as a public memorial via a site-specific installation of a repast meal. The issue contains 15 essays from diverse perspectives, a photo essay, an audio interview, and a video of the performance. Issue 15.1 features contributions to the digital horizons and city series and a wide range of essays and performance works. Issue 14.4 is a general issue that features a wide array of theoretical, critical, ethnographic, and aesthetic contributions. Issue 14.3 is a special issue on on Performative Commemoration of Painful Pasts, edited by Tanja Schult. The issue grew out of an international conference of the same name held at Stockholm University in June 2016. The issue features fourteen essays from a diverse set of scholars and artists. Issue 14.2 is a special issue on the Video Essay, edited by David P. Terry. The issue is a follow-up to Liminalities 13.1, which is a collection of video essays and a monograph on performance and video by Paul Edwards. The current issue explores some of the contours of this emerging form expression and inquiry. Liminalities is an open-access peer-reviewed journal for performance studies, theory and praxis. Our goal is to embrace the possibilities for presenting work in performance studies (broadly construed) by exploring and exploiting the "staging" potential of digital media. We publish essays, aesthetic works, digital media projects, artist pages, performance scripts, themed forums, documentaries, reviews, interviews, works about performance in urban environments, and works about pedagogy & performance. Follow the journal information link for information about submitting projects and essays to Liminalities.
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