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8 edition of Bodies in Commotion: Disability and Performance (Corporealities: Discourses of Disability) found in the catalog.

Bodies in Commotion: Disability and Performance (Corporealities: Discourses of Disability)

by Carrie Sandahl

  • 253 Want to read
  • 33 Currently reading

Published by University of Michigan Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Disability: social aspects,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Performing Arts/Dance,
  • Handicapped,
  • Theater - History & Criticism,
  • Performing Arts / Theater / History & Criticism,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages339
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7632911M
    ISBN 100472068911
    ISBN 109780472068913

      This book was amazing and really made me think about disability and performance throughout history and today. My module focuses a lot on the body, so this was a great read and will also be useful for my Physical Theatre module/5.   Disability and Contemporary Performance: Bodies on Edge, by Petra Kuppers. New York: Routledge. pp., photographs, notes, bibliography, index. $ paper, $ cloth. - Bodies in Commotion: Disability and Performance, edited by Carrie Sandahl and Philip Auslander. photographs, notes, index. $ paper, $ cloth Author: Amanda Hamp.

    Book Description. Disability and Contemporary Performance presents a remarkable challenge to existing assumptions about disability and artistic practice. In particular, it explores where cultural knowledge about disability leaves off, and the lived experience of difference begins. Dancers with disabilities are rarely seen in professional dance performance, yet dance offers a potential means of changing exclusionary societal perceptions of disability. This chapter explores the placing of the disabled body within a dance context and investigates how this placement can be theorised in terms of inclusion, by using a Cited by: 3.

    Vocal Body, Gender and Performance Daiane Dordete Steckert Jacobs Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina – UDESC, Florianópolis/SC, Brazil ABSTRACT ‒ Vocal Body, Gender and Performance1 ‒ The text discusses scientific and artistic discourses from the perspective of vocalities gendering, which assigns specific and binary gender. Disability and Contemporary Performance: Bodies on Edge (book): Introduction.


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Bodies in Commotion: Disability and Performance (Corporealities: Discourses of Disability) by Carrie Sandahl Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the book's essays, leading critics and artists explore topics that range from theater and dance to multi-media performance art, agit-prop, American Sign Language theater, and wheelchair sports. Bodies in Commotion is the first collection to consider the mutually interpretive qualities of these two emerging fields, producing a dynamic new resource for artists, activists, and by:   In the book's essays, leading critics and artists explore topics that range from theater and dance to multi-media performance art, agit-prop, American Sign Language theater, and wheelchair sports.

Bodies in Commotion is the first collection to consider the mutually interpretive qualities of these two emerging fields, producing a dynamic new resource for artists, activists, and : Carrie Sandahl. Introduction Disability Studies in Commotion with Performance Studies. Bodies in Commotion is the first collection to explore disability as performance across a wide range of meanings—disability as a performance of everyday life, as a metaphor in dramatic literature, and as the work of disabled performing artists.

In the book's essays, leading critics and artists explore topics that range from theater and dance to multi-media performance art, agit-prop, American Sign Language theater, and wheelchair sports. Bodies in Commotion is the first collection to consider the mutually interpretive qualities of these two emerging fields, producing a dynamic new resource for artists, activists, and scholars.5/5(2).

In the book's essays, leading critics and artists explore topics that range from theater and dance to multi-media performance art, agit-prop, American Sign Language theater, and wheelchair sports. Bodies in Commotion is the first collection to consider the mutually interpretive qualities of these two emerging fields, producing a dynamic new resource for artists, activists, and scholars.

This groundbreaking collection imagines disabled bodies as ""bodies in commotion"" - bodies that dance across artistic and discursive boundaries, challenging our understanding of both disability and performance. Carrie Sandahl and Philip Auslander's Bodies in Commotion: Disability and Performance, winner of the Best Book Award from the Association for Theatre in Higher Education, is a groundbreaking anthology, the first text to explore thoroughly the intersections of performance studies and disability studies.

Bodies in Commotion: Disability and Performance. Edited by Carrie Sandahl and Philip Auslander. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, ; pp.; illustrations. $ cloth, $ paperAuthor: Robert McRuer.

Bodies in commotion: Disability and performance. -Martin F. Norden, University of Massachusetts-Amherst This groundbreaking collection imagines disabled bodies as "bodies in commotion"-bodies that. Bodies in Commotion is the first book to explore the lively intersection of performance studies and disability studies, provoking new ways of looking at body, space, spectatorship, and identity.

In this groundbreaking collection, leading critics, artists, and activists take on topics that range from theater and dance to multimedia performance art, agit-prop, American Sign Language theater, and wheelchair.

Bodies in Commotion, edited by Carrie Sandahl and Philip Auslander, brings together twenty-two essays from multiple scholarly perspectives to explore the relatively uncharted territory of disability as performance. A testament to the synergy of two evolving fields.

From the study of staged performances to examinations of the performing body in everyday life, this book demonstrates the enormous profitability of moving beyond disability as metaphor. It's a lesson that Author: Carrie Sandahl. Summary: This groundbreaking collection imagines disabled bodies as ""bodies in commotion"" - bodies that dance across artistic and discursive boundaries, challenging our.

Bodies in Commotion is the first book to explore the lively intersection of performance studies and disability studies, provoking new ways of looking at body, space, spectatorship, and identity. Disability and Contemporary Performance presents a remarkable challenge to existing assumptions about disability and artistic practice.

In particular, it explores where cultural knowledge about disability leaves off, and the lived experience of difference by:   Bodies in Commotion: Disability and Performance.

Edited by Carrie Sandahl and Philip Auslander. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, ; pp. 13 illus. $70 cloth, $ paper.

- Volume 48 Issue 1 - Catherine M. Cole. Bodies in commotion: disability & performance / By Philip Auslander and Carrie Sandahl. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: People with disabilities and the performing arts. Publisher: Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, Year: OAI identifier: oai::MIU Disability Studies Quarterly is published by The Ohio State University Libraries in partnership with the Society for Disability Studies.

If you encounter problems with the site or have comments to offer, including any access difficulty due to incompatibility with adaptive technology, please contact [email protected]: Debra Levine. Bodies in commotion: disability & performance Title Bodies in commotion Title remainder disability & performance Statement of responsibility edited by Carrie Sandahl & Philip Auslander Contributor.

Auslander, Philip, Sandahl, Carrie, Subject. People with disabilities and the performing arts; Language eng Member of. Corporealities. Bodies in Commotion by Carrie Sandahl,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(8).-Martin F.

Norden, University of Massachusetts-Amherst This groundbreaking collection imagines disabled bodies as "bodies in commotion"-bodies that dance across artistic and discursive boundaries, challenging our understanding of both disability and : University of Michigan Press.This groundbreaking collection imagines disabled bodies as "bodies in commotion"—bodies that dance across artistic and discursive boundaries, challenging our understanding of both disability and performance.

In the book's essays, leading critics and artists explore topics that range from theater and dance to multi-media performance art, agit.