Call for Papers & Projects
Recurring Series on Performance and Pedagogy
Edited by Keith Nainby


This section of Liminalities publishes scholarship that explicitly (or implicitly) examines pedagogical contexts and subject matter. The focus on pedagogy is widely conceived and we are open to a variety of methods and formats. We welcome the submission of manuscripts, videos, and other pieces addressing performance, the performative, and performativity; performance scripts and aesthetic texts for performance; reviews and criticism of pedagogy related performance work; reflections on pedagogy and performance; and book reviews of pedagogy related texts. We will consider any form of performance work, and encourage both traditional work and that which challenges the boundaries of performance and/or pedagogy. We welcome a wide range of performance perspectives, practices, methodologies, contexts, and sites. Any of the Liminalities submissions formats (manuscripts, audio, video, interactive) will be considered for the Performance and Pedagogy section; authors should follow the directions outlined on the editorial page.

» Inquires and materials regarding Pedagogy and Performance should be directed to:

Keith Nainby (knainby@csustan.edu)
Liminalities
Performance and Pedagogy Editor
Department of Communication Studies
California State University, Stanislaus
Turlock, California 95382

The performance and pedagogy sections will be published in all issues (if accepted work is available) as a regular section of Liminalities.

Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies
is a peer-reviewed online journal for performance studies scholarship, criticism, praxis, and pedagogy. We welcome the submission of essays, interviews, reviews, performance scripts, poetry, and multimedia projects. We support a wide range of performance perspectives, practices, methodologies, media, contexts, styles, and sites. All submissions should be in cross-platform formats.

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