Excavating the Future:
An Old Shanghai Miscellany

by Shiloh R. Kruparpdf

Activism Based in Embarrassment:
The Anti-Consumption Spirituality of the Reverend Billy

by Carmen L. McClishpdf

Performance & Pedagogy (edited by John T. Warren)

“My Personal Is Not Political?”
A Dialogue on Art, Feminism and Pedagogy

by Irina Aristarkhova & Faith Wilding pdf

Raging Against the Mass Schooling Machine:
Performing Pedagogy Against the Grain

by Andrew Millerpdf

The Uneasy Student Body Performing Fat Suits
by Deborah Morrison Thomsonpdf

Book Reviews

Making Camp: Rhetorics and Transgression in U.S. Popular Culture
(by Helene A. Shugart & Catherine Egeley Waggoner)

reviewed by Marjorie Hazeltineread

American Aloha: Cultural Tourism and the Negotiation of Tradition
(by Heather A. Diamond)

reviewed by Cora Leighton    read

<notes on contributors>

» Irina Aristarkhova writes and lectures on comparative feminist theory, new media aesthetics, and contemporary art. She is Assistant Professor of Women’s Studies and Visual Art at the Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

» Marjorie Hazeltine is a graduate student in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

» Shiloh R. Krupar (Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley) is Assistant Professor of Geography in the Culture and Politics Program at the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.

» Cora Leighton (Ph.D., Louisiana State University) is currently an adjunct instructor in Performance Studies at Villanova University and will be a visiting professor at Rowan University in Rhetoric and Cultural Criticism for the 2009-2010 school year.

» Carmen L. McClish (Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Amherst) is a Post Doc Teaching Fellow in the Department of Communication Studies at Northeastern University.

» Andrew Miller is a PhD Candidate in Creative Writing in the Department of English, Creative Writing, and Australian Studies at Flinders University, South Australia. His research explores critical and creative approaches to teaching, learning, researching, and writing.

» Deborah Morrison Thomson is Assistant Professor in the School of Communication at East Carolina University. Her current research offers a critical/performance perspective on food marketing targeting children.

» Faith Wilding is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, and educator; Professor and Chair of Performance, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and visiting graduate faculty in Visual Art at Vermont College of Fine Arts.

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