Issue 13.3 is a general issue. Among the contributions are essays, videos, and performative installations. Topics include urban cycling, dance, YouTube reperformances, motherhood, collaborative authorship, dyslexia, queer prophetic imagination, and instructions for producing artworks that address the long durée of hominin time.

Issue 13.2 is a general issue. Among the contributions are essays, videos, installations, performance criticism, case studies, contributions to two of our recurring series (the city; performance & pedagogy), and book reviews.

Issue 13.1 collects video essays by Paul Edwards created between 2004 and 2016. The issue includes five video essays and a set of annotations. The issue is curated, with an introduction, by David P. Terry.

Issue 12.5 is a special issue on "Terror and the Tour" edited by Andrew Wilford, Jonathan Skinner, and Paul Antick. Among the contributions are essays, images, an installation, a video essay, and a short film.

Liminalities is an open-access peer-reviewed journal for performance studies, theory and praxis. Our goal is to embrace the possibilities for presenting work in performance studies (broadly construed) by exploring and exploiting the "staging" potential of digital media. We publish essays, aesthetic works, digital media projects, artist pages, performance scripts, themed forums, documentaries, reviews, interviews, works about performance in urban environments, and works about pedagogy & performance. Follow the journal information link for information about submitting projects and essays to Liminalities.

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» recurring series: Digital Horizons
» recurring series: Performance & Pedagogy

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» instructions for authors

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