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The Resource Performance in a militarized culture, [edited by] Sara Brady and Lindsey Mantoan

Performance in a militarized culture, [edited by] Sara Brady and Lindsey Mantoan

Label
Performance in a militarized culture
Title
Performance in a militarized culture
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Sara Brady and Lindsey Mantoan
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
FlBoTFG
Dewey number
306.484
Index
no index present
LC call number
PN1590.S6
LC item number
P47 2017
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Brady, Sara
  • Mantoan, Lindsey
Series statement
Routledge advances in theatre and performance studies
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  • Performing arts
  • Militarization
Label
Performance in a militarized culture, [edited by] Sara Brady and Lindsey Mantoan
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface / Sarah Bay-Cheng -- Performance in the age of intelligent warfare: Introduction / Sara Brady, Lindsey Mantoan -- In the absence of the gun: performing militarization. Sites of conflict -- Katherine Zien: Mises-en-scáene of militarization: decommissioning US military infrastructure in the Panama Canal Zone -- Alexis Bushnell, Justine Nakase: Military aid: the spatial performances and performativity of contemporary refugee camps -- Eylül Fidan Akinci: Sacred children, accursed mothers: performativities of necropolitics and mourning in neoliberal Turkey -- Elin Nicholson: The freedom theatre and cultural resistance in Jenin, Palestine -- Bart Pitchford: Tactical performance across a revolutionary timeline -- Militarized history and memory. áine Sheil: How to do things with music criticism: performances of victory in German Wagner reception, 1918-33 -- Susanne Shawyer: "Stop the war in Chicago please": performative protest and the limits of dissensus -- Jessica Nakamura: Choreographies of militarized space: US military bases, everyday life, and performance in Okinawa, Japan -- Solveig Gade: Reviving the tradition of the battle painting: the militarization of Danish culture -- Performing the soldier. Tyler Boudreau: Soldier Street theatre -- Lindsey Mantoan: No easy mission: Bin Laden, exceptionalism, and gendered heroism in the post-heroic age -- Sarah Beck: Going outside the wire: service members as documentary subjects in Black Watch and Reentry -- Cami Rowe: Challenging the characterizations of military service: a critical comparison of British and American counter-recruitment efforts -- Michael St. Clair: Strategic simulation and the American military imaginary -- Scott Magelssen: Performing flight: test pilots, commercial airlines, and the Cold War -- The militarization of the everyday. Lindsay Livingston: Picking up the gun: spectacular performances of firearm ownership in the long civil rights movement -- Emily Klein: Failure, future tense: adaptation, affect, and apathy in American theatre's militarized dystopias -- Asher Warren: Weaponized bureaucracy: kill-chains, drones, and tethers -- Jacqueline Viskup: Re-staging surveillance tragedy as critical resistance -- Kashif Powell: The time to break (silence): disavowing the affects of militarization and death through the performance of Black existence -- Afterword. Wendy S. Hesford: Constitutive performance: human rights in a militarized culture
Control code
9781315229027
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351857833
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other control number
10.4324/9781315229027
System control number
(OCoLC)993970953
Label
Performance in a militarized culture, [edited by] Sara Brady and Lindsey Mantoan
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface / Sarah Bay-Cheng -- Performance in the age of intelligent warfare: Introduction / Sara Brady, Lindsey Mantoan -- In the absence of the gun: performing militarization. Sites of conflict -- Katherine Zien: Mises-en-scáene of militarization: decommissioning US military infrastructure in the Panama Canal Zone -- Alexis Bushnell, Justine Nakase: Military aid: the spatial performances and performativity of contemporary refugee camps -- Eylül Fidan Akinci: Sacred children, accursed mothers: performativities of necropolitics and mourning in neoliberal Turkey -- Elin Nicholson: The freedom theatre and cultural resistance in Jenin, Palestine -- Bart Pitchford: Tactical performance across a revolutionary timeline -- Militarized history and memory. áine Sheil: How to do things with music criticism: performances of victory in German Wagner reception, 1918-33 -- Susanne Shawyer: "Stop the war in Chicago please": performative protest and the limits of dissensus -- Jessica Nakamura: Choreographies of militarized space: US military bases, everyday life, and performance in Okinawa, Japan -- Solveig Gade: Reviving the tradition of the battle painting: the militarization of Danish culture -- Performing the soldier. Tyler Boudreau: Soldier Street theatre -- Lindsey Mantoan: No easy mission: Bin Laden, exceptionalism, and gendered heroism in the post-heroic age -- Sarah Beck: Going outside the wire: service members as documentary subjects in Black Watch and Reentry -- Cami Rowe: Challenging the characterizations of military service: a critical comparison of British and American counter-recruitment efforts -- Michael St. Clair: Strategic simulation and the American military imaginary -- Scott Magelssen: Performing flight: test pilots, commercial airlines, and the Cold War -- The militarization of the everyday. Lindsay Livingston: Picking up the gun: spectacular performances of firearm ownership in the long civil rights movement -- Emily Klein: Failure, future tense: adaptation, affect, and apathy in American theatre's militarized dystopias -- Asher Warren: Weaponized bureaucracy: kill-chains, drones, and tethers -- Jacqueline Viskup: Re-staging surveillance tragedy as critical resistance -- Kashif Powell: The time to break (silence): disavowing the affects of militarization and death through the performance of Black existence -- Afterword. Wendy S. Hesford: Constitutive performance: human rights in a militarized culture
Control code
9781315229027
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351857833
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other control number
10.4324/9781315229027
System control number
(OCoLC)993970953

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