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International Politics and Performance
Critical Aesthetics and Creative Practice
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A brilliantly executed and creative collaboration. The product is not just a contribution to discourses on politics and aesthetics, but a productive mobilisation of what Edkins and Kear call `cross-talk'. The critical methodologies that emerge are used to explore core questions such as warfare and political protest. Vivienne Jabri, King's College London, UK.
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Jenny Edkins is Professor of International Politics at Aberystwyth University. Prior to joining the Department as Leverhulme Special Research Fellow in 1997, she taught at the University of Manchester and the Open University. She co-edits the successful textbook Global Politics: A New Introduction, now moving into its second edition, and has published six other books, including most recently: Missing Persons, Missing Politics (Cornell, 2011); Trauma and the Memory of Politics (Cambridge, 2003) and Whose Hunger? Concepts of Famine, Practices of Aid (Minnesota, 2000). Adrian Kear is Professor of Theatre and Performance at Aberystwyth's Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies. His publications include Theatre and Event: Staging the European Century, London: Palgrave, forthcoming 2013; On Appearance (with Richard Gough), London and New York: Routledge, 2008; Psychoanalysis and Performance (with Patrick Campbell), London and New York: Routledge, 2001; Mourning Diana: Nation, Culture and the Performance of Grief (with Deborah Lynn Steinberg), London and New York: Routledge, 1999.
Introduction, Jenny Edkins and Adrian Kear I Logics of Staging 1. Traces of Presence, Adrian Kear 2. Facing and Defacing, Jenny Edkins II Aesthetic thought and the politics of practice 3. Justice and the Archives: `The Method of Dramatization', Michael J. Shapiro 4. `The little cold breasts of an English girl' or Art and Identity, Alexander Garcia Duttmann 5. Animating Politics, Diana Taylor 6. A Golden Screen: On Virtuosity and Cosmopolitics, Joe Kelleher III Ontological and ethnographic co-performance 7. Theatre as Post-Operative Follow-up: The Bougainville Photoplay Project, Paul Dwyer 8. Stagecraft/ Statecraft/ Mancraft : Embodied Envoys, 'Objects' and the Specters of Estrangement in Africa, Sam Okoth Opondo 9. Impossibilities: Generative Misperformance and the Movements of the Teaching Body, Naeem Inayatullah IV Bodies politic and performative 10. Embodied Audience: The politics of relation and participation in Coriolan/us, Patrick Primavesi 11. Bellies, Wounds, Infections, Animals, Territories: The Political Bodies of Shakespeare's Coriolanus, Stuart Elden V Dramaturgies of scenario and security 12. Power, Security, and Antiquities, Christine Sylvester 13. Staging war as cultural encounter, Maja Zehfuss 14. Lines of Sight: On the Visualization of Unknown Futures, Louise Amoore