Platform: Journal of Theatre and Performing Arts 7.1 ‘On Corporeality’

 

Platform: Journal of Theatre and Performing Arts are happy to announce that 7.1, ‘On Corporeality’, is now available. You can access the free online edition here.

Please also join us for a launch event where you can pick up a free hard copy along with a glass of wine and a 10 minute paper on the journal’s themes from the wonderful Professor Peter Boenisch (University of Surrey). The event will be small and informal and will take place at 11 Bedford Square, Room G3, on Monday 4 March at 6.30pm. Booking is essential. You can book by emailing: platform-submissions@rhul.ac.uk

Articles:

Absent Friends: Edward Bond’s Corporeal Ghosts by James Hudson (University of Lincoln)

Corporeality and Subversion in Post-Renaissance Italy: The Inquisition and the Commedia dell’Arte by Matt Cawson (Royal Holloway, University of London)

The Performance of Biopower and Liveliness: The Life and Death of Terri Schiavo by Renée Newman-Storen (Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts)

Forum Theatre, Disability and Corporeality: A Project on Sexuality in Zimbabwe by Nehemia Chivandikwa and Ngonidzashe Muwonwa (University of Zimbabwe)

‘Try to follow the sound of my footsteps…’: Walking and the Theatricality of Imaginative Geographies in Janet Cardiff’s The Missing Voice (Case Study B), by Jane Frances Dunlop (Independent)