Call for Webinar Proposals: Emerging Voices in Theatre and Performance Studies

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
September 20, 2021
Location: 
Turkey
Subject Fields: 
Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Cultural History / Studies, Graduate Studies, Theatre & Performance History / Studies, Political History / Studies

Call for Webinar Proposals

KHAS ERC STAGING-ABJECTION: Emerging Voices in Theatre and Performance Studies

We are delighted to announce that the research group Staging National Abjection: Theatre and Politics in Turkey and its Diasporas is resuming its webinar series in Fall 2021.

This year, part of our webinar series will highlight the work of emerging scholars in the broader field of theatre and performance studies, particularly the scholarship on performance and politics.

We invite papers and works-in-progress by MA and PhD students, postdoctoral researchers, and independent scholars. The duration of the webinars will be approximately one hour. Participants can submit proposals for:

  • a 30-minute presentation for individual papers

  • a panel discussion composed of 15-minute presentations by two or three speakers 

both followed by a Q&A session.

Please submit an abstract of 500 words and a CV to staging.abjection@khas.edu.tr  by September 20, 2021. Selected participants will be notified by the end of September.

The webinars will be held in English. Feel free to contact us at staging.abjection@khas.edu.tr  for any questions.

About STAGING-ABJECTION: Conducted at Kadir Has University, Faculty of Communication under the direction of Dr. Rüstem Ertuğ Altınay, Staging National Abjection: Theatre and Politics in Turkey and Its Diasporas is a five-year research project funded by the European Research Council’s Starting Grants Program with a 1.5 million Euro grant. Combining the transdisciplinary approach of performance studies with a rigorous research program, the project aims to be one of the most comprehensive critical studies on minoritarian theatre practices in Turkey and its diasporas, and put Turkey on the map of global theatre studies while asking questions of broader theoretical and methodological relevance.

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