activate

—volume 1, issue 2: paradigms of performance

activate is a peer-reviewed electronic journal in the field of performance and creative research. Based in the Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance at University of Roehampton, London, it is run by postgraduates as a forum for postgraduate and postdoctoral scholars to publish their work. Each edition focuses on a specific theme and aims to include a range of new critical and performative practices in relation to it.

Volume 1, Issue 2: Editorial Team: Sarah Harman, R. Justin Hunt (managing editor), Shaun May, Flora Pitrolo, Molly Beth Seremet

IN THIS ISSUE:

ARTICLES:
Historicity, Inc.
Querquia Backman

Theatricality and Performance: Reanimating Pia Lindoman’s ‘Performance of Grief’
Edit Biro

Virtuosity and Kinaesthetic Empathy: a mini-series
Gillie Kleiman

Site Specific or Place Specific Dance?
Rania Leontiou

Constructing the contemporary: an experiment with Mark Franko’s notion of ‘(Re)construction’
Revanta Sarabhai

Source Texts for Embarking on a Journey
Molly Seremet

London clocks are breaking down (but are right at least twice a day)
Lucy Thane

Aesthetics of Rehearsal: An incomplete work-in-progress
Ruth Turner

Two Entries for an Encyclopaedia Acephalica
Karin Verbruggen

Justin would like to thank all the contributors, the editorial team, Fiona Wilkie, P.A. Skantze, Karin Verbruggen, Season Butler, the Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance at Roehampton and everyone who has supported the work on this issue, in all its stages.

activate is a peer-reviewed e-journal in the field of performance and creative research, based in the Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance at University of Roehampton, London.