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In Choreographic Practices, about the works of the three Janez Janšas, Every House Has a Door, Tehching Hsieh and the philosophy of Henri Bergson.
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EIRINI AVRAMOPOULOU interviews Judith Butler and Athena Athanasiou apropos the
publication of their book
Dispossession: The Performative in the Political (Polity Press, 2013)
Introduction to the Interview
By intertwining significant philosophical questions on subjectivity, precarity, biopolitics and performativity with contemporary dilemmas on acts of dissidence, collective protests, activism…Continue
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Reading Butler: speculations on the limitations of Brecht
The focus of this article is on integrating the contributions made by Butler’s work to an understanding and expansion of performance and, in particular, what is called the Brechtian method. The following was written between 2008 and 2010 as part of my first thesis and rather than develop a purely theoretical formulation of any…Continue
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Call for Articles: The European Legacy’s Special Issue on the Legacy of Adorno’s Criticism in Aesthetics and Performance
Regarded as one of the foremost thinkers of the twentieth-century, Theodor Adorno’s work ranges from cultural criticism, Marxism, and aesthetic theory to philosophy and sociology. A trained musician, his work demonstrates an unusual balance between theory and praxis, a combination that distinguishes him from many other critical…Continue
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Judith Butler: performativity and dramaturgy
Dr Jena A Zelezny (2010)
Judith Butler’s work is widely known and sometimes only known, for the theory outlined in ‘Performative Acts and Gender Constitution: An Essay in Phenomenology and Feminist Theory’ (Theatre Journal 1988), Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity (1990), and Bodies…Continue
I've just posted a new event- please check it out.
dance performance, exhibition and a lecture at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, October 25th.
let me know if you can make it...
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I was born and raised in Germany where I studied music and dramatic arts. I worked for many years as a theatre director in Germany, but in 1994 I followed an inner impulse and moved to Athens, Greece. I now work in Greece as a theatre director and acting teacher at several drama schools.
I have always considered Greece the birthplace of western theatre, and Athens seemed like the right place to research the universal theatrical language and perhaps to discover the secrets behind the…Continue
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IN SUPPORT OF THE PERSECUTED TEACHERS BY PUC-SP
The Provost’s Office of the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo opened an investigatory procedure against professors Peter Pál Pelbart, Yolanda Glória Gamboa Muñoz and Jonnefer Barbosa, under the allegation of having invited, envisaged, supported and advertised the…
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What do you know about the soul?
Index number 7 is now on Soundcloud!
Share your thoughts with us. Leave a comment along the tracks and be part of the project!…Continue
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The project 58 (+1) indices on the body is a collaboration between the artistic collective AMAE and the artist Pier Giorgio De Pinto with the philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy.
The topics come from the treaty 58 indices sur le corps (Editor’s note “58 indices on the…
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Edinburgh Critical Studies in Shakespeare and Philosophy
Editor, Kevin Curran (University of North Texas)
“Edinburgh Critical Studies in Shakespeare and Philosophy” takes seriously the speculative and world-making properties of Shakespeare’s art. Maintaining a broad view of “philosophy” that accommodates foundational questions of metaphysics, ethics, politics, and aesthetics, the series also expands our understanding of philosophy to include the unique kinds of theoretical work…Continue
Added by Kevin Curran on June 7, 2014 at 19:34 — No Comments
Before I begin I must address an apology to you all. Perhaps you all have already lived this particular situation: you have pages and pages regarding your investigation, they seem to have a logic within them, how concepts play with others or are connected to others, but when faced with a strict economy of time and you need only to address one…Continue
Added by Fernando Machado Silva on June 6, 2014 at 23:07 — No Comments
while i'm waiting for my PhD defense, I decided to move to Berlin (11th of June) and start a new life. This to say, to all our Berliner friends, I would like to meet them, discuss some ideas with them, and even help with their work and research if they would be interested. I'm trying to develop further the problem questioned on my PhD for a post-doc fellowship, but for most important is to be close to people working on performance philosophy. So, please get in touch…Continue
My book Posthuman Life: philosophy at the edge of the human will be published by Routledge in September 2014.
"We imagine posthumans as humans made superhumanly intelligent or resilient by future advances in nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology and cognitive science. Many argue that these enhanced people might live better lives; others fear that tinkering with our nature will undermine…Continue
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