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  Volume 151, Summer 2012

Table of Contents

Feature Articles

Introduction: From Ethnography of Performance to Performance Ethnography

pp. 3-6

Dressing Up and Dressing Down: Costumes, Risky Play, Transgender, and Maritime English Canadian Charivari Paradoxes

pp. 7-15

“A Stroll in Heavy Boots”: Studying Polish Roma Women’s Experiences of Aging

pp. 16-23

“Frontstage” and “Backstage” in Heritage Performance: What Ethnography Reveals

pp. 24-29

Can Research Become Ceremony?: Performance Ethnography and Indigenous Epistemologies

pp. 30-36

Staging and Storying Blood from a Stone: A Performative Reflection in Three Acts

pp. 37-43

Garden/ /Suburbia: Mapping the Non-Aristocratic in Lawrence Park

pp. 44-49

Archives, Heritage, Living History: Locating the Prince House through Performance (and) Ethnography

pp. 50-54

Highway to the Valley

pp. 55-59

Ana’s Shadow

pp. 60-81

Fresh Print in Canada

pp. 82-83

Views and Reviews


pp. 83-85

Canada’s Feminist Past, Present, and Future

pp. 85-87

Taking Root, Routing Talk: Charting the Terrain of Asian Canadian Theatre

pp. 88-91

A Cautionary Tale of Performance Ethnography

pp. 91-93

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