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Opening acts performance in/as communication and cultural studies

Judith Hamera


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  • Title:
    Opening acts performance in/as communication and cultural studies
  • Author: Judith Hamera
  • Description: Cover; Contents; Introduction: Opening Opening Acts; Part I: Engaging the Everyday; 1 - Becoming Other-Wise; 2 - Telling Twisted Tales; Part II: Animating Locations; Introduction; 3 - Bridging Haunted Places; 4 - Looking for Stonewall's Arm; Part III: Interrogating Histories; Introduction; 5 - Rethinking Elocution; 6 - Diverging Paths in Performance Genealogies; Part IV: Synthesizing Scholarship; Introduction; 7 - The Mechanical Bride of Yonville-l'Abbaye (Batteries Not Included); Part V: Embracing Performances; Introduction; 8 - Performing Theory/Embodied Writing; About the Editor
    About the Contributors
    'Opening Acts' offers new ways to analyze communication & culture through performance, offering cutting edge readings of everyday life, space, history, & the intersections of all three using a critical performance-based approach.
  • Publication Date: c2006
  • Publisher: Thousand oaks, Calif. ; London : SAGE
  • Format: 1 online resource (289 p.).
  • Identifier: ISBN 1-322-41886-1;ISBN 1-4129-0558-3;ISBN 1-4522-6705-7
  • Subjects: Communication -- Social aspects; Culture; Dialectic; Electronic books
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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