A beautiful young woman drapes her long auburn hair over a human skull, pressing it close to her face like a lover. Another, clad in black and holding a wooden staff, poses like a model in a photo shoot on location in an incongruous forest. Long, elaborately decorated fake fingernails like talons grasp shiny crystals, evoking the “just so” beauty of a staged magazine spread.
Call for papers: Studies in Costume and Performance Vol. 4.2 (December 2019)
The journal Studies in Costume and Performance invites submissions for issue 4.2 (December 2019) on the theme of the body in 20th- and 21st-century scenography, specifically exploring costume design.
Call for papers
Senses of humor
14-16 november 2018
Silence, Sound, Rhythm, and Performance
Hyatt Place Downtown Asheville, January 24-27, 2019
Please consider submitting your article-in-progress to our American Society for Theatre Research Working Group "Arousing Curiosities: Knowledge, Embodiment, and the Science Performance." Guidelines for working group submissions and more about this year's conference in San Diego can be found at astr.org. Please follow the url listed for a full description of the working group (and abridged version is below).
Hope to see you in San Diego, November 15-18, 2018!
Oct 11, 2018
1:45 pm – 5:30 pm
CALL FOR PAPERS:
Scholars and artists are invited to submit essays, artist statements, interviews, book reviews, and performance reviews for Ecumenica’s first issue as a publication of Penn State University Press. Es- says may concern any topics that involve performance, religion, and India. In the vein of performance studies, we welcome scholarship on theatre, performance art, and also the activity of religion, includ- ing ritual, pilgrimage, festival, devotional practice, etc. We also welcome work on relevant theory and religious concepts, such as rasa and bhakti.
The Watermill Center is now accepting applications for it's 2019 Artist Residency Program, and wants to open the opportunity to academics and writers!
Apply now for a 2019 National Library of Australia Fellowship to support in-depth collection research across a broad range of disciplines. These prestigious funded Fellowships are available to established or emerging scholars from Australia and overseas to undertake 12 weeks of intensive research using the National Library of Australia’s extraordinary 10 million item collection.