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Performance, Feminism and Affect in Neoliberal Times.

By: Diamond, Elin.
Contributor(s): Varney, Denise | Amich, Candice.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Contemporary Performance InterActions Ser: Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (317 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137598103.Subject(s): Feminist theoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Performance, Feminism and Affect in Neoliberal TimesDDC classification: 700.103 LOC classification: H1-970.9Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Contributors -- List of Figures -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Part I: Affect, Performance, and the Neoliberal State -- Chapter 2: The Affective Performance of State Love -- Works Cited -- Chapter 3: 'Not Now, Not Ever': Julia Gillard and the Performative Power of Affect -- Neoliberalism in Australia -- Making a Biopolitical Subject -- Julia and the Misogyny Speech: Mobilizing Affect -- Feminist Resistance -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 4: Performing Sovereignty Against Jurisprudential Death in an Australian State of Exception -- Performing Women's Sovereignty Through 'Rawness': The Convergence at Canberra -- Indigenous and Non-indigenous Paradigms of Sovereignty -- Neoliberalism and State-of-Emergency Governance -- Staging Sovereignty Against Jurisprudential Death in the Australian Theatre -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 5: Imagining Love in a Neoliberal Japan: Yanagi Miwa's Elevator Girl -- Neoliberalism in Japan -- Elevator Girl -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 6: Nisti Stêrk's Affective Spaces in For Sweden - With the Times (För Sverige i tiden!) -- Swedish Neoliberalism -- The Politics of Cultural Diversity in Practice -- Dramaturgy and Content in For Sweden - With the Times! -- The School Scene -- Fundamental Ideas and Affective Possibilities -- Works Cited -- Part II: Violence and Performance Activism -- Chapter 7: Raging On: The Politics of Violence in the Work of Jesusa Rodríguez and Liliana Felipe -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 8: The Limits of Witness: Regina José Galindo and Neoliberalism's Gendered Economies of Violence -- Truth Commissions: Testimony after Testimonio -- Staging Testimony -- Performing Precarity -- Resistance and Affect -- Notes -- Works Cited.
Chapter 9: Protesting Violence: Feminist Performance Activism in Contemporary India -- Janam and Maya Rao: Feminist and Left Theatre Movements -- Activist Performance Histories -- The Making of a Feminist Theatre -- Depicting Nirbhaya: The Play and Its Response -- Conclusion -- Works Cited -- Chapter 10: My Cunt, My Rules! Feminist Sextremist Activism in Neoliberal Europe -- Neoliberal Islamophobia -- Femen's Activist Objectives -- Direct Action -- Trained to Shout -- Paris, 22 April 2014 -- Media Attention -- Gothenburg, 19 October 2014 -- European Racism -- Revolution Anyone? -- Never Again -- Works Cited -- Part III: Global Spectacles -- Chapter 11: Mapping Abramović, from Affect to Emotion -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 12: Virtuosity: Dance, Entrepreneurialism, and Nostalgia in Stage Irish Performance -- Unhomely Nostalgia -- Dancing Home in the Nation State -- Mobile Homes -- Comely Maidens and Oiled Pectorals -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 13: Neoliberal Postfeminism, Neo-burlesque, and the Politics of Affect in the Performances of Moira Finucane -- Neoliberal Postfeminism and the Politics of Neo-burlesque -- Moira Finucane's Affective Burlesque Performances -- The Political Potential of Affect -- Works Cited -- Chapter 14: Buy One, Get One Free: The Dance Body for the Indian Film and Television Industry -- The 'Glocal' in a Neoliberal Setting -- The Body and the Dance: Ensuring Marketability -- Brand Bollywood: Dance Items -- Counter-Aesthetics in Opposition -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 15: Affecting the Apparatus: Queer Feminist Re/Decodings in the Digital Dramaturgy Lab, Toronto -- Affect Aliens: Queer. Feminist. Relations -- Artaud's Cage -- Interlude: Recoding the Apparatus-Affecting Relations -- Performing the Apparatus: Jing@Ju Karaoke-Interactive Queering of Beijing Opera -- Notes -- Works Cited.
Part IV: Resistance and Theatre Politics -- Chapter 16: When Will They Hear Our Voices? Historicizing Gender, Performance, and Neoliberalism in the 1930s -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 17: Voices of the 880,000 Won Generation: Precarity and Contemporary Korean Theatre -- Similar Situations of Precarity -- Movements Against Precarity -- Korea's Financial Crisis in 1997 and Neoliberal Polarization -- Polarization in the Korean Theatre Sector: Western Musicals and Original Korean Plays -- Theatre for the Young Korean Precariat -- A Korean Small-Theatre Musical: Hand-Laundering -- Transistor Girl (2011) -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 18: Female Actors in Swaang: Negotiating the Neoliberal Performance Scenario in Post-1991 India -- Post-1991 India -- An Overview of Swaang -- Negotiating the Neoliberal Performance Scenario -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 19: A Woman Artist in the Neoliberal Chilean Jungle -- The Bloody Way to Neoliberalism in Chile -- Habeas Corpus -- No Property -- Against Amnesia -- Political Awareness -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Part V: Affect and Site-Specific Performance -- Chapter 20: Feminism, Assemblage, and Performance: Kara Walker in Neoliberal Times -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 21: Feeling Out of Place: The 'Affective Dissonance' of the Feminist Spectator in The Boys of Foley Street -- The Celtic Tigress and Neoliberalism's Contradictions -- 'The Precariousness of All Play' -- A Feminist Affective Solidarity: Mutuality and Isolation -- Discomfort and an Affective Feminist Politics -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 22: The Flesh and the Remains: Looking at the Work of Berna Reale -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 23: Precarity, Performance, and Activism in Recent Works by Ito Tari and Yamashiro Chikako -- 'Affective Encounters' in Neoliberal Japan.
Ito Tari's Response to Nuclear Disaster: 'I guess it's better that radiation doesn't have color...' sigh -- Beneath the Surface of Okinawa: Yamashiro Chikako's Woman of the Butcher Shop -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Index.
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Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Contributors -- List of Figures -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Part I: Affect, Performance, and the Neoliberal State -- Chapter 2: The Affective Performance of State Love -- Works Cited -- Chapter 3: 'Not Now, Not Ever': Julia Gillard and the Performative Power of Affect -- Neoliberalism in Australia -- Making a Biopolitical Subject -- Julia and the Misogyny Speech: Mobilizing Affect -- Feminist Resistance -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 4: Performing Sovereignty Against Jurisprudential Death in an Australian State of Exception -- Performing Women's Sovereignty Through 'Rawness': The Convergence at Canberra -- Indigenous and Non-indigenous Paradigms of Sovereignty -- Neoliberalism and State-of-Emergency Governance -- Staging Sovereignty Against Jurisprudential Death in the Australian Theatre -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 5: Imagining Love in a Neoliberal Japan: Yanagi Miwa's Elevator Girl -- Neoliberalism in Japan -- Elevator Girl -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 6: Nisti Stêrk's Affective Spaces in For Sweden - With the Times (För Sverige i tiden!) -- Swedish Neoliberalism -- The Politics of Cultural Diversity in Practice -- Dramaturgy and Content in For Sweden - With the Times! -- The School Scene -- Fundamental Ideas and Affective Possibilities -- Works Cited -- Part II: Violence and Performance Activism -- Chapter 7: Raging On: The Politics of Violence in the Work of Jesusa Rodríguez and Liliana Felipe -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 8: The Limits of Witness: Regina José Galindo and Neoliberalism's Gendered Economies of Violence -- Truth Commissions: Testimony after Testimonio -- Staging Testimony -- Performing Precarity -- Resistance and Affect -- Notes -- Works Cited.

Chapter 9: Protesting Violence: Feminist Performance Activism in Contemporary India -- Janam and Maya Rao: Feminist and Left Theatre Movements -- Activist Performance Histories -- The Making of a Feminist Theatre -- Depicting Nirbhaya: The Play and Its Response -- Conclusion -- Works Cited -- Chapter 10: My Cunt, My Rules! Feminist Sextremist Activism in Neoliberal Europe -- Neoliberal Islamophobia -- Femen's Activist Objectives -- Direct Action -- Trained to Shout -- Paris, 22 April 2014 -- Media Attention -- Gothenburg, 19 October 2014 -- European Racism -- Revolution Anyone? -- Never Again -- Works Cited -- Part III: Global Spectacles -- Chapter 11: Mapping Abramović, from Affect to Emotion -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 12: Virtuosity: Dance, Entrepreneurialism, and Nostalgia in Stage Irish Performance -- Unhomely Nostalgia -- Dancing Home in the Nation State -- Mobile Homes -- Comely Maidens and Oiled Pectorals -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 13: Neoliberal Postfeminism, Neo-burlesque, and the Politics of Affect in the Performances of Moira Finucane -- Neoliberal Postfeminism and the Politics of Neo-burlesque -- Moira Finucane's Affective Burlesque Performances -- The Political Potential of Affect -- Works Cited -- Chapter 14: Buy One, Get One Free: The Dance Body for the Indian Film and Television Industry -- The 'Glocal' in a Neoliberal Setting -- The Body and the Dance: Ensuring Marketability -- Brand Bollywood: Dance Items -- Counter-Aesthetics in Opposition -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 15: Affecting the Apparatus: Queer Feminist Re/Decodings in the Digital Dramaturgy Lab, Toronto -- Affect Aliens: Queer. Feminist. Relations -- Artaud's Cage -- Interlude: Recoding the Apparatus-Affecting Relations -- Performing the Apparatus: Jing@Ju Karaoke-Interactive Queering of Beijing Opera -- Notes -- Works Cited.

Part IV: Resistance and Theatre Politics -- Chapter 16: When Will They Hear Our Voices? Historicizing Gender, Performance, and Neoliberalism in the 1930s -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 17: Voices of the 880,000 Won Generation: Precarity and Contemporary Korean Theatre -- Similar Situations of Precarity -- Movements Against Precarity -- Korea's Financial Crisis in 1997 and Neoliberal Polarization -- Polarization in the Korean Theatre Sector: Western Musicals and Original Korean Plays -- Theatre for the Young Korean Precariat -- A Korean Small-Theatre Musical: Hand-Laundering -- Transistor Girl (2011) -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 18: Female Actors in Swaang: Negotiating the Neoliberal Performance Scenario in Post-1991 India -- Post-1991 India -- An Overview of Swaang -- Negotiating the Neoliberal Performance Scenario -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 19: A Woman Artist in the Neoliberal Chilean Jungle -- The Bloody Way to Neoliberalism in Chile -- Habeas Corpus -- No Property -- Against Amnesia -- Political Awareness -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Part V: Affect and Site-Specific Performance -- Chapter 20: Feminism, Assemblage, and Performance: Kara Walker in Neoliberal Times -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 21: Feeling Out of Place: The 'Affective Dissonance' of the Feminist Spectator in The Boys of Foley Street -- The Celtic Tigress and Neoliberalism's Contradictions -- 'The Precariousness of All Play' -- A Feminist Affective Solidarity: Mutuality and Isolation -- Discomfort and an Affective Feminist Politics -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 22: The Flesh and the Remains: Looking at the Work of Berna Reale -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Chapter 23: Precarity, Performance, and Activism in Recent Works by Ito Tari and Yamashiro Chikako -- 'Affective Encounters' in Neoliberal Japan.

Ito Tari's Response to Nuclear Disaster: 'I guess it's better that radiation doesn't have color...' sigh -- Beneath the Surface of Okinawa: Yamashiro Chikako's Woman of the Butcher Shop -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Index.

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