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Oulibertinage: Play and Pudeur in Anne Garréta's Pas un jour
(Edinburgh University Press, 2018-03-01)
Since the turn of the century, women-authored sexual confessions have proliferated. However, these succès de scandale have been paralleled by anxiety regarding self-exposure and a sense that, for women writers, the ‘taboo’ ...
"A Multi-modal and Durational Praxis of Decolonization": Performance studies in Canada
(University of Toronto Press, 2018-10-30)
This review of Performance Studies in Canada edited by Laura Levin and Marlis Schweitzer argues that its most important contributions are the arguments it makes for paying attention to Indigeneity and to decolonizing ...
Ulysses, Blindness, and Accessible Modernism
Dressing the Law
(Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2018-11-23)
Abstract The theatre shares many features with the law. One key commonality is the presence of dressers in both professions. In the law and the theatre, the dresser is a key intermediary in the transformation of bodies and ...
Boom! Adversarial Ageism, Chrononormativity, and the Anthropocene
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2018-10-10)
This article argues that emerging ‘chrononormatives’ of ‘generational warfare’ and ‘ageing crisis’ are culturally damaging and importantly addressed by Split Britches’s Ruff (2013) and Caryl Churchill’s Escaped Alone (2016), ...
Rev. of Staging Queer Feminisms: Sexuality and Gender in Australian Performance, 2005-2015 by Sarah French
(University of Toronto Press, 2018-08-17)