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Performance in a militarized culture

Author: Sara Brady; Lindsey Mantoan
Publisher: Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018. ©2018
Series: Routledge advances in theatre and performance studies
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"The long cultural moment which arose in the wake of 9/11 and the conflict in the Middle East has fostered a global wave of surveillance and counterinsurgency. Performance in a Militarized Culture explores the ways in which we experience this new status quo. Addressing the most commonplace of everyday interactions, from mobile phonecalls to traffic cameras, this edited collection considers: How militarization  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Performance in a militarized culture.
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
(DLC) 2016050302
(OCoLC)967196102
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sara Brady; Lindsey Mantoan
ISBN: 9781351857857 1351857851 9781315229027 1315229021 9781351857840 1351857843
OCLC Number: 1004224923
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 337 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Preface / Sarah Bay-Cheng --
Performance in the age of intelligent warfare: Introduction / Sara Brady, Lindsey Mantoan --
In the absence of the gun: performing militarization. Sites of conflict --
Katherine Zien: Mises-en-scène of militarization: decommissioning US military infrastructure in the Panama Canal Zone --
Alexis Bushnell, Justine Nakase: Military aid: the spatial performances and performativity of contemporary refugee camps --
Eylül Fidan Akinci: Sacred children, accursed mothers: performativities of necropolitics and mourning in neoliberal Turkey --
Elin Nicholson: The freedom theatre and cultural resistance in Jenin, Palestine --
Bart Pitchford: Tactical performance across a revolutionary timeline --
Militarized history and memory. Áine Sheil: How to do things with music criticism: performances of victory in German Wagner reception, 1918-33 --
Susanne Shawyer: "Stop the war in Chicago please": performative protest and the limits of dissensus --
Jessica Nakamura: Choreographies of militarized space: US military bases, everyday life, and performance in Okinawa, Japan --
Solveig Gade: Reviving the tradition of the battle painting: the militarization of Danish culture --
Performing the soldier. Tyler Boudreau: Soldier Street theatre --
Lindsey Mantoan: No easy mission: Bin Laden, exceptionalism, and gendered heroism in the post-heroic age --
Sarah Beck: Going outside the wire: service members as documentary subjects in Black Watch and Reentry --
Cami Rowe: Challenging the characterizations of military service: a critical comparison of British and American counter-recruitment efforts --
Michael St. Clair: Strategic simulation and the American military imaginary --
Scott Magelssen: Performing flight: test pilots, commercial airlines, and the Cold War --
The militarization of the everyday. Lindsay Livingston: Picking up the gun: spectacular performances of firearm ownership in the long civil rights movement --
Emily Klein: Failure, future tense: adaptation, affect, and apathy in American theatre's militarized dystopias --
Asher Warren: Weaponized bureaucracy: kill-chains, drones, and tethers --
Jacqueline Viskup: Re-staging surveillance tragedy as critical resistance --
Kashif Powell: The time to break (silence): disavowing the affects of militarization and death through the performance of Black existence --
Afterword. Wendy S. Hesford: Constitutive performance: human rights in a militarized culture.
Series Title: Routledge advances in theatre and performance studies
Responsibility: edited by Sara Brady and Lindsey Mantoan.

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"The long cultural moment which arose in the wake of 9/11 and the conflict in the Middle East has fostered a global wave of surveillance and counterinsurgency. Performance in a Militarized Culture explores the ways in which we experience this new status quo. Addressing the most commonplace of everyday interactions, from mobile phonecalls to traffic cameras, this edited collection considers: How militarization appropriates and deploys performance techniques; How performing arts practices can confront militarization; The long and complex history of militarization; How the war on terror has transformed into a values system that prioritises the military; The ways in which performance can be used to secure and maintain power across social strata. Performance in a Militarized Culture draws on performances from North, Central, and South America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia to chronicle a range of experience: from those who live under a daily threat of terrorism, to others who live with a distant, imagined fear of such danger."--Provided by publisher.

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