I’m THRILLED to announce that the Fall 2013 issue of TDR: The Journal of Performance Studies has DROPPED!!
My piece on Crazis Crew, Turronas Crew, and Rede Nami “Be About it: Graffiteras Performing Feminist Community” joins works on Censorship in Egypt, Hip Hop in Israel, TDR’s first born–digital article and more!
Here is the (truncated) Table of Contents:
Social Performance Studies: Discipline vs. Freedom by Faye C. Fei and William H. Sun
The Fire and the Frying Pan: Censorship and Performance in Egypt by Nehad Selaiha
African Tongues on the Israeli Stage: A Reversed Diaspora by Sarit Cofman-Simhon
Imaginaries of Exile and Emergence in Israeli Jewish and Palestinian Hip Hop by David A. McDonald
Be About It: Graffiteras Performing Feminist Community by Jessica N. Pabón
Death Dressed As a Dancer: The Grotesque, Violence, and the Argentine Tango by Julie Taylor
The Aesthetics of the Invisible: Sacred Music in Secular (French) Places by Deborah Kapchan
Hearing the Music of the Hemispheres by Erin B. Mee
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