Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS List of Figures List of Contributors
Acknowledgements INTRODUCTION I. Bruce Barton, "Wherefore PAR?:
Discussions on a line of flight" INTRODUCTION II. Melanie
Dreyer-Lude, "Threads: Linking PaR Practice Across Spectrums"
- Jonathan Heron and Baz Kershaw, "On PaR: A dialogue about
- Pil Hansen, "Research-Based Practice: Facilitating Transfer
across Artistic, Scholarly, and Scientific Inquiries"
- Joanna Bucknall, "The Daisy Chain Model: an approach to
epistemic mapping and dissemination in performance based
- Valentina Signore, "A New Rhetoric: Notes on Performance as
Research in Academia"
- Yelena Gluzman, "Research as Theatre (RaT): Positioning theatre
at the centre of PaR, and PaR at the centre of the academy"
- Annette Arlander, "Agential Cuts and Performance as
- Laurelann Porter, "Antromovimento: Developing a new methodology
for theatre anthropology"
- Manola K. Gayatri, "PaR and Decolonisation: Notemakings from an
Indian and South African Context"
- Goeze Saner, "Containers of Practice: Would you step into my
- INTRODUCTION III. Ben Spatz, "Mad Lab-or Why We Can't Do
Practice as Research"
- Yvon Bonenfant, "PaR Produces Plethora, Extended Voices are
Plethoric, and Why Plethora Matters"
- Stephen Jurgens and Carla Fernandes, "Choreographic
Practice-as-Research: Visualizing Conceptual Structures in
- Shana Macdonald, "The City (as) Place: Performative Re-mappings
of Urban Space Through Artistic Research"
- Monica Sand, "Resonance in the Steps of Rubicon"
- Juan Manuel Aldape Munoz, "Violence and Performance Research
Methods: Direct-Action, 'Die-ins,' and Allyship in a Black Lives
INTRODUCTION IV. Annette Arlander, "Multiple Futures of Performance
About the Author
Annette Arlander is an artist, researcher, and pedagogue. She is
currently principal investigator of the research project How to Do
Things with Performance? and engaged in the project Performing with
Plants. Bruce Barton is a creator/scholar, Artistic Director of the
interdisciplinary performance hub Vertical City, and Director of
the School of Creative and Performing Arts, University of Calgary.
Melanie Dreyer-Lude is a director, actor, producer and teacher. She
is a resident producing artist at Civic Ensemble, Ithaca, and an
Associate Professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance,
Missouri University. Ben Spatz is author of What a Body Can Do:
Technique as Knowledge, Practice as Research and editor of the
videographic Journal of Embodied Research. They are currently
Senior Lecturer in Drama, Theatre and Performance at University of