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Vol. 4, No. 1, Staging Gender(s), Spring 2009

Front Matter

Editorial

Notes on Contributors

Abstracts

Articles

Dialectical images of femininity by Kerstin Bueschges

Family Roles and Paternal/Maternal Genealogies within and between Psychophysical Performer Trainings and their Documentation by Alissa Clarke

Articulating the abject: Metamorphosis in Marina Carr’s The Mai by Shonagh Hill

Little (White) Women: Locating Whiteness in (De)constructions of the American Female from Alcott to Split Britches by Courtney Elkin Mohler

Unconventional Femininity in the work of Suzan-Lori Parks and Marina Carr by Siobhán O’Gorman

Staging Humanity in Cranberry: The Human Revelation of Joan Crawford by Matt Saltzberg

Book Reviews

Reasoning Madness: The Reception and Performance of Euripides’ Herakles by Kathleen Riley by Stephe Harrop

The Male Dancer: Bodies, Spectacle, Sexualities by Ramsay Burt by Grant Tyler Peterson

Performance Practice and Process: Contemporary [Women] Practitioners by Elaine Aston and Geraldine Harris by Amanda Bolt

American Puppet Modernism: Essays on the Material World in Performance by John Bell by Alissa Mello

Choreographing the Folk: The Dance Stagings of Zora Neale Hurston by Anthea Kraut by Sarahleigh Castelyn

Performance Response

‘Tell her it’s serious:’ Caryl Churchill’s Seven Jewish Children: A Play for Gaza at the Royal Court Theatre by Kate Leader

 

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