New Performance Matters Issue Published: Performance and Bodies Politic, 4.3 (2018)

Peter DickinsonPublications

Dear Colleagues:

Performance Matters has just published its latest issue at

Performance Matters 4.3 (2018), on “Performance and Bodies-Politic,” has
been guest edited by Róisín O’Gorman.

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

Thanks for your continuing interest in our work,

Peter Dickinson
Editor, Performance Matters

Performance Matters
Vol 4, No 3 (2018): Performance and Bodies-Politic
Table of Contents

Performance and the Re-making of Bodies-Politic (1-6)
Roisin O’Gorman

Multiple Exposures: Moving Bodies and Choreographies of Protest in
Contemporary Catalonia (7-29)
Helena Buffery
Translating Feminicide: Women of Sand and the Performance of Trauma (30-48)
Nuala Theresa Finnegan
“Acting” under Turkey’s State of Emergency: A Conversation with Kurdish
Artists about Theatre, the Dengbêj Tradition, and the First Kurdish Hamlet
Pieter Verstraete
Performing Monument: Future Warnings (76-90)
Shalon T Webber-Heffernan
From Being One to Being-in-Common: Political Performativity, Proxemics, and
the Joys of Provisional Unity (91-107)
Gillian Marie Whiteley

On Propagating Collective Resilience in Times of War: A Conversation with
Cassils (108-127)
Eliza Steinbock, _ Cassils
A Great Silence Lay Upon the Land: Secreted Histories of Ireland (128-136)
Ailbhe Smyth
Doing Sensory Ethnography Among the Dead: Remembering Lives of Japanese
Migrants in the Trans-Pacific Sex Trade (137-154)
Ayaka Yoshimizu

The Politicized Disabled Body (155-157)
Kaite O’Reilly

Review: Paul Routledge, Space Invaders: Radical Geographies of Protest,
London: Pluto Press, 2017. 192 pp. (158-159)
Caoimhe Mader McGuinness