Performance Philosophy

Cull Ó Maoilearca, L. (Ed), Lagaay, A. (Ed), Daddario, W. (Ed)

Performance Philosophy is an interdisciplinary and international field of thought, creative practice and scholarship. The Performance Philosophy book series comprises monographs and essay collections addressing the relationship between performance and philosophy within a broad range of philosophical traditions and performance practices, including drama, theatre, performance arts, dance, art and music. It also includes studies of the performative aspects of life and, indeed, philosophy itself. As such, the series addresses the philosophy of performance as well as performance-as-philosophy and philosophy-as-performance. Series Advisory Board: Emmanuel Alloa, Assistant Professor in Philosophy, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland; Lydia Goehr, Professor of Philosophy, Columbia University, USA; James R. Hamilton, Professor of Philosophy, Kansas State University, USA; Bojana Kunst, Professor of Choreography and Performance, Institute for Applied Theatre Studies, Justus-Liebig University Giessen, Germany; Nikolaus Müller-Schöll, Professor of Theatre Studies, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Martin Puchner, Professor of Drama and of English and Comparative Literature, Harvard University, USA; Alan Read, Professor of Theatre, King's College London, UK; Freddie Rokem, Professor (Emeritus) of Theatre Arts, Tel Aviv University, Israel.

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