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Formerly Performing Arts Journal, through volume 19, no. 3, September 1997 (E-ISSN: 1086-3281, Print ISSN: 0735-8393).
Under continuous editorship since its founding in 1976, PAJ has been an influential voice in the arts for twenty-six years. Now in an updated format and design, PAJ offers extended coverage of the visual arts (such as video, installations, photography, and multimedia performance), in addition to reviews of new works in theatre, dance, film, and opera. Issues include artists' writings, essays, interviews and dialogues, historical documentation, performance texts and plays, reports on performance abroad, and book reviews.
published byThe MIT Press
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Table of Contents
- Editorial: PAJ at Thirty
- pp. 1-2
- Performance, A Personal History
- pp. 3-19
- Eavesdropping, Surveillance, and Sound
- pp. 52-57
- Genre-Bending Performance
- pp. 58-66
- Fiction Against Reality
- pp. 67-77
- Translating Marie NDiaye
- pp. 78-81
- pp. 82-104
- House Lights: Richard Maxwell's Early Plays
- pp. 105-110
- Peter Brook and a Handful of Hamlets
- pp. 111-115
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