[URBANTH-L]Liminalities TOC (Special Issue: the city)

Makagon, Daniel DMAKAGON at depaul.edu
Mon Mar 17 10:52:56 EDT 2008

We are pleased to announce the release of +Liminalities+ 4.1, a special expanded-length issue on the theme of "The City," guest-edited by Daniel Makagon of DePaul University. This issue includes critical essays, ethnographies, videos, and performance texts.


Table of Contents:

I Love Livin' in the City
by Daniel Makagon

Places and Stages: Narrating and Performing the City in Milan, Italy
by Cristina Moretti

"Finders Keepers": Performing the Street, the Gallery and the Spaces In-between
by Luke Dickens

Making Sense of the City: Place, Space, and Rhetoric in Portland's Pioneer Courthouse Square
by erin daina mcclellan

Unsafe Houses: The Narrative Inversion of Suburban Morality in Popular Film
by Joan Faber McAlister

Space Wars & Walking through a Liquid Forest of Symbols
by Anders Lund Hansen

Staging and Enforcing Consumerism in the City: The Performance of Othering on the 16th Street Mall
by Richard G. Jones, Jr. & Christina R. Foust

"Full of Proud Memories of the Past, on which Irishmen Love to Dwell": Irish Nationalist Performance and the Orange Riots of 1871
by Stephen Rohs

A Taste of Buffalo: Staging the Lives of U.S. Cities
by David J. Eshelman

Flowing Through the City: An Urban Ethnography
by Renee Human

+Liminalities+ is a peer-reviewed journal for performance studies, theory and praxis. Our goal is to embrace the possibilities for presenting performance studies work by exploring and exploiting the "staging" potential of digital media. We publish essays, aesthetic works, digital media projects, documentaries, book reviews, interviews, and works about pedagogy & performance. For more information, visit http://liminalities.net

Take care,
Daniel Makagon, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
College of Communication
DePaul University
2320 North Kenmore Ave.
Chicago, IL  60614
(773) 325-7376

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