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Springer, Dordrecht

2019

337 pages

ISBN 978-3-319-98058-4

Performance phenomenology

to the thing itself

Edited by

Stuart Grant, Jodie McNeilly-Renaudie , Matthew Wagner

Publication details

Full citation [Harvard style]:

Grant, S. , McNeilly-Renaudie, J. , Wagner, M. (eds) (2019). Performance phenomenology: to the thing itself, Springer, Dordrecht.

Introduction

Grant Stuart; McNeilly-Renaudie Jodie; Wagner Matthew

1-16

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The essential question

Grant Stuart

19-37

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A phenomenology of being seen

Fraleigh Sondra

87-110

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"A unique way of being"

Duby Marc

111-131

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Foregrounding the imagination

Ehrenberg Shantel

133-163

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Sensing film performance

Redmond Sean

165-183

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Phenomenologically absurd, absurdly phenomenological

McNeilly-Renaudie Jodie; Renaudie Pierre-Jean

185-202

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On not being able to dance

Crease Robert P.

205-215

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Performance criticism

Damian Martin Diana

217-236

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The erotic reduction

Stewart Nigel

237-260

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Sound design

Wenn Christopher

261-285

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Acting without "meaning' or "motivation"

Zarrilli Phillip B.

287-309

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Thinking with performance

Maxwell Ian

311-327

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