restricted access   Volume 55, Number 3, Fall 2011 (T211)

Table of Contents


An Aesthetic of Disgust: Expanded Performance as a Model of Cultural Understanding

pp. 2-3


Juliano Mer Khamis: Murder, Theatre, Freedom, Going Forward

pp. 9-17

Alive in 100 Years

p. 10

[Juliano Mer Khamis]

p. 12

The Unimaginable Impact

pp. 14-15

A Radical's Radical

p. 15

With Juliano

p. 16

Jewish American Performance: Consortium Issue, Princeton University

Jewish American Performance: An Introduction

pp. 18-20

Balancing Act: Fiddler’s Bottle Dance and the Transformation of “Tradition”

pp. 21-30

“This Lovely Land Is Mine”: Milk and Honey’s Restorative Nostalgia for Israel

pp. 31-39

Uneasy Duets: Contemporary American Dances about Israel and the Mideast Crisis

pp. 40-49

Reading “Queer” Ashkenaz: This Time from East to West

pp. 50-56

Performing Jewish Nationhood: The Romance of a People at the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair

pp. 57-67

Self Portraits (As a Jew)

pp. 68-71

Kate Bateman: Sanitizing the Beautiful Jewess

pp. 72-79

Irwin Keller: A Performer of Parts

pp. 80-89

Juggling Tradition

pp. 90-99

Still Looking: Self-Love, Ethics, and Seeing Jewish

pp. 100-109

Enough Already! It’s Deborah Kass’s Turn to Take the Stage

pp. 110-123

Graves and Images: Once Upon a Time in America and the Unmaking of Jewish Memory

pp. 124-133

Jew Media: Performance and Technology for the 58th Century

pp. 134-143

What the Jews Do

pp. 144-152

I Love My Country: Freedom of Speech, Aaron Sorkin, Elie Wiesel

pp. 153-155

Critical Acts

Clamorous Voices: Seven Jewish Children and Its Proliferating Publics

pp. 156-164

The Armchair Traveler: Küba on the Move

pp. 164-173

Idealizing and Unraveling the Possibilities of Virtual Realities in Kevin Kerr’s SPINE

pp. 173-177


The Empire of Love, and: Desiring China, and: Romance on a Global Stage: Pen Pals, Virtual Ethnography, and “Mail-Order” Marriages

pp. 178-182

The President Electric: Ronald Reagan and the Politics of Performance (review)

pp. 182-183

Crossroads: Performance Studies and Irish Culture (review)

pp. 184-185

Further On, Nothing: Tadeusz Kantor’s Theatre (review)

pp. 185-187

Theatre, Facilitation and Nation Formation in the Balkans and Middle East (review)

pp. 187-189

The Infinity Machine: Mike Parr’s Performance Art, 1971–2005 (review)

pp. 189-191

Performance and Cognition: Theatre Studies and the Cognitive Turn, and: Engaging Audiences: A Cognitive Approach to Spectating in the Theatre (review)

pp. 191-195

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pp. 195-196