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Understanding disability studies and performance studies / edited by Bruce Henderson and Noam Ostrander.

Contributor(s): Henderson, Bruce, 1957- [edt] | Ostrander, Bruce [edt]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Abingdon : Routledge, 2012Edition: 1. paperback edDescription: 264 s. illISBN: 9780415639699Subject(s): Performance | Teater | Scenisk konst -- teori, filosofi | Personer med funktionshinder och teater | Skådespelare med funktionshinderDDC classification: 700.87 Other classification: Ik
Contents:
Introduction -- Prologue: Thirteen Ways of Looking at Crip Poetry / Jim Ferris -- Research Reports. Performing Amputation: The Photographs of Joel-Peter Witkin / Ann Millett-Gallant -- Mobility: AXIS Dancers Push the Boundaries of Access / Telory Davies -- Dances and Discourses of (Dis)Ability: Heather Mills's Embodiment of Disability on Dancing with the Stars / Margaret M. Quinlan and Benjamin R. Bates -- A Crippling Deceit: Mendicancy and the Performance of Disability in Progressive America / Sheila C. Moeschen -- "I Can't Be Standing Up Out There": Communicative Performances of (Dis)Ability in Wheelchair Rugby / Kurt Lindemann -- Performing Unfeminine Femininity: A Performance of Identity Analysis of Bulimic Women's Personal Narratives / JulieAnn Scott -- Remaking (the) Discipline: Marking the Performative Accomplishment of (Dis) Ability / Deanna L. Fassett and Dana L. Morella -- The Performance Space. BALL: Introduction / Brian Lobel -- BALL: The Script / Brian Lobel -- How to Tell a True Cancer Story / Linda M. Park-Fuller -- Performing Trauma: Witnessing BALL and the Implications for Autoperformance / John T. Warren -- The Hero Quest and the Hula Hoop: Brian Lobel's BALL / Cara Gabriel -- Dancing Autism: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime and Bedlam / Petra Kuppers -- Performing Depression: The Workman Theatre Project and the Making of Joy. A Musical. About Depression / Kirsty Johnston -- Why Disability Identity Matters: From Dramaturgy to Casting in John Belluso's Pyretown -- Carrie Sandahl -- Just Try Having None / Jim Ferris.
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Texterna publicerades ursprungligen i ett specialnummer av Text and performance quarterly, vol. 26, no. 1

Introduction -- Prologue: Thirteen Ways of Looking at Crip Poetry / Jim Ferris -- Research Reports. Performing Amputation: The Photographs of Joel-Peter Witkin / Ann Millett-Gallant -- Mobility: AXIS Dancers Push the Boundaries of Access / Telory Davies -- Dances and Discourses of (Dis)Ability: Heather Mills's Embodiment of Disability on Dancing with the Stars / Margaret M. Quinlan and Benjamin R. Bates -- A Crippling Deceit: Mendicancy and the Performance of Disability in Progressive America / Sheila C. Moeschen -- "I Can't Be Standing Up Out There": Communicative Performances of (Dis)Ability in Wheelchair Rugby / Kurt Lindemann -- Performing Unfeminine Femininity: A Performance of Identity Analysis of Bulimic Women's Personal Narratives / JulieAnn Scott -- Remaking (the) Discipline: Marking the Performative Accomplishment of (Dis) Ability / Deanna L. Fassett and Dana L. Morella -- The Performance Space. BALL: Introduction / Brian Lobel -- BALL: The Script / Brian Lobel -- How to Tell a True Cancer Story / Linda M. Park-Fuller -- Performing Trauma: Witnessing BALL and the Implications for Autoperformance / John T. Warren -- The Hero Quest and the Hula Hoop: Brian Lobel's BALL / Cara Gabriel -- Dancing Autism: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime and Bedlam / Petra Kuppers -- Performing Depression: The Workman Theatre Project and the Making of Joy. A Musical. About Depression / Kirsty Johnston -- Why Disability Identity Matters: From Dramaturgy to Casting in John Belluso's Pyretown -- Carrie Sandahl -- Just Try Having None / Jim Ferris.

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