Performance Matters 3.2 Published: Science and Performance

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Performance Matters has just published its latest issue at The issue focuses on “Science and Performance,” and has been edited by Coleman Nye. 

We invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and items of interest.

Performance Matters
Vol 3, No 2 (2017): Science and Performance
Table of Contents

Editorial Notes
Science and Performance: The(or)atrical Entanglements and Hauntological Relations (1-15)
Coleman Nye

Shaping Experiment from the Inside Out: Performance-Collaboration in the Cognitive Science Lab (16-40)
Sarah Ann Klein and Tyler Marghetis

Glass Bellies and Artificial Wombs: Gender, Science, and Performance in Early Modern Alchemy (41-56)
Jennifer M Park

Only the Envelope: Opening up participation, surveillance and consent in performance (57-71)
Vahri McKenzie

Organismal Futurisms in Brown Sound and Queer Luminosity: Getting Into Gressman’s Cyborgean Skin (72-91)
Sandra Ruiz

Subjective Object and Everything and Nothing (92-106)
Jane Long

Analyzing the Analyst:  An Experimental Data Video for Thinking Theatre and Cognitive Neuroscience Together (107-118)
Yelena Gluzman

when they are anonymous they are free (119)
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Review of On Repetition: Writing, Performance & Art, edited by Eirini Kartsaki (120-122)
Nathan Flaig

Review of The Routledge Companion to Michael Chekhov (123-126)
Conrad Alexandrowicz

Review of Performing Queer Modernism, by Penny Farfan (127-128)
Stephen Low
Review of Performance Studies in Canada, edited by Laura Levin and Marlis Schweitzer (129-131)
Jennifer Anne Chutter
Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,

Peter Dickinson
Department of English/School for the Contemporary Arts/Institute for
Performance Studies, Simon Fraser University

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