Sorority Rush as Lust
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9 from Black Stone
by Dale Smith

Performance and Pedagogy
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The Aesthetics of the Oppressed (Augusto Boal)
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Electoral Guerilla Theatre: Radical Ridicule and Social Movements (L. M. Bogad)
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<notes on contributors>

» Megan Desmond is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University and co-owner of Desmond Design in Phoenix, Arizona.
» Dustin Goltz is a doctoral candidate in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication at Arizona State University. His research focuses on gay male aging representations and queer futurity.
» Isabella Drzemczewska Hodson is a graduate student at the University of Calgary.
» Alison Mader is an MA student at the University of Calgary, where she studies the intersections of postcolonial literature, politics, and cultural studies.
» Dean Scheibel is Professor of Communication Studies and Associate Dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
» Benjamin Shepard, PhD, is assistant professor of human services at City Tech/CUNY and co-editor of four books, including From ACT UP to the WTO, and two upcoming works on the politics of play and social movements.
» Dale Smith lives in Austin, Texas, with the poet Hoa Nguyen. He is the author of American Rambler, The Flood and the Garden, Notes No Answer, and My Vote Counts. Poems, essays, and reviews have appeared in Chicago Review, Bookforum, The Baffler, Jacket Magazine, and Best American Poetry 2002. His book Black Stone is newly available through Small Press Distribution. Currently, he is writing a dissertation on modernist poetry and rhetoric at the University of Texas at Austin.

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