Latest issue of the Performance Philosophy journal – Vol 3, No 1 (2017)

We’re delighted to announce that the latest issue of the Performance Philosophy journal – Vol 3, No 1 (2017) – is out now!

The journal is free to access here: http://www.performancephilosophy.org/journal

This issue include the special section: “Towards an Ethics of Gesture” edited by Lucia Ruprecht.

It also see the launch of a new regular section: ReViews, edited by Will Daddario and Ioana Jucan.

See below for the full table of contents,

Table of Contents

Editorial
Theron Schmidt
1-3

Special Section: Towards an Ethics of Gesture

Introduction: Towards an Ethics of Gesture
Lucia Ruprecht
4-22

Ethos Formula: Liturgy and Rhetorics in the Work of Ted Shawn
Alexander Schwan
23-39

Ethics, Gesture and the Western
Michael Minden
40-53

The Paradox of a Gesture, Enlarged by the Distension of Time: Merleau-Ponty and Lacan on a Slow-Motion Picture of Henri Matisse Painting
Astrid Deuber-Mankowsky
54-66

Ethics, Staged
Carrie Noland
67-91

The Conduct of Contemplation and the Gestural Ethics of Interpretation in Walter Benjamin’s “Epistemo-Critical Prologue”
Mark Franko
92-107

In Our Hands: An Ethics of Gestural Response-ability. Rebecca Schneider in conversation with Lucia Ruprecht
Rebecca Schneider, Lucia Ruprecht
108-125

Articles

‘Alive’ Performance: Toward an Immersive Activist Philosophy
Annalaura Alifuoco
126-145

Beuys’ Chair and the Violence of the Other: Toward a Theory of Aesth-ethics
Dror Pimentel
146-161

Robotic Performance: An Ecology of Response
Zornitsa Dimitrova
162-177

‘Visibility brings with it responsibility’: Using a Pragmatic Performance Approach to Explore a Political Philosophy of Technology
Geraint D’Arcy
178-198

A ‘Paradox of Expression’: Merleau-Ponty and the Intertwining Nature of Brecht’s ‘not…but’ Procedure
Cohen Ambrose
199-215

An Early Concept of the Theatre of Interplay: The Relevance of Branko Gavella’s Theory for the Development of Performance Philosophy
Sibila Petlevski
216-232

Ethics of Play in Earpiece Performances by Nature Theater of Oklahoma and Gob Squad
Fred Dalmasso
233-245

ReViews

Coracles, Castanets, Cadaqués
Kathleen M. Gough
246-265

The Theatricality of the Punctum: Re-Viewing Camera Lucida
Harry Robert Wilson
266-284

This Kinetic World: Rethinking the Grid (Neo-Baroque Calls)
Lara D. Nielsen
285-309