Episode 8: A Creative Experiment

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In this episode, our resident feminist poltergeist veers from our regularly scheduled content to try something a bit experimental, a bit performative, a bit creative non-fiction-y. 

The Gif of the Moment

Reading list from creative research class:

  • Nelson, R. (2006). "Practice-as-research and the problem of knowledge." Performance research 11(4): 105-116.
  • Gallop, J. (2000). "The ethics of reading: Close encounters." Journal of curriculum theorizing 16(3): 7-17. 
  • Harding, S. "Rethinking standpoint epistemology: What is strong objectivity?" The centennial review 36(3): 437-470.
  • Haraway, D. (1988). "Situated knowledges: The science question in feminism and privilege of partial perspective." Feminist studies 14(3): 575-599.
  • Sullivan, G. (2006). "Research acts in art practice." Studies in art education 48(1): 19-35.
  • Klein, J. (2010). "What is artistic research?" Originalmente publicado en Gengenworte 23.
  • Lerman, L. & Borstel, J. (2003). Liz Lerman's critical response process: A method for getting useful feedback on anything you make, from dance to dessert. Liz Lerman dance exchange.
  • Mäkelä, M. (2007). "Knowing through making: The role of the artefact in practice-led research." Knowledge, Technology & Policy 20(3): 157-163.
  • Young, I. M. (2009). "Five faces of oppression." Geographic thought: A praxis perspective. 15-21.
  • Harm, B. (2000). "The cycle of socialization." Readings for diversity and social justice. 15-21.
  • Lorde, A. (2003). "The master's tools will never dismantle the master's house." Feminist postcolonial theory: A reader 25: 27.
  • Anzaldúa, G. (1987). Borderlands: la frontera, Vol. 3. San Francisco: Aunt Lute.
  • McIntosh, P. (1998). "White privilege: Unpacking the invisible knapsack."
  • Gwaltney, J. L. (1976). "On going home again -- Some reflections of a native anthropologist." Phylon 37(3): 236-242.
  • Katz, J. (2001). "From how to why: On luminous description and causal inference in ethnography (part I). Ethnography 2(4): 443-473.
  • Stanley, L. (1994). "Narratives, lives and autobiography." Knowing the difference: Feminist perspectives in epistemology.
  • Muñoz, J. E. (1996). "Ephemera as evidence: Introductory notes to queer acts." 5-16.
  • Pearson, M. & Shanks, M. (1997). "Performing a visit: Archaeologies of the contemporary past." Performance research 2(2): 41-53.
  • Conquergood, D. (2002). "Performance studies: Interventions and radical research." TDR/The drama review 46(2): 145-156.
  • Cooper, A. (2013). "25 Questions for possibly bleeding performance artist Tameka Norris." Huffington post
  • hooks, bell (1989). "Choosing the margin as a space of radical openness." Framework: The journal of cinema and media 36: 15-23.
  • Weidhase, N. (2015). " 'Beyoncé feminism' and the contestation of the black feminist body." Celebrity studies 6(1): 128-131.
  • Edward, S. (1996). "Thirdspace: Journeys to Los Angeles and other real-and-imagined place."
  • Yosso, T. J. (2005). "Whose culture has capital? A critical race theory discussion of community cultural wealth." Race ethnicity and education 8(1): 69-91.
  • Auslander, P. (2006). "The performativity of performance documentation." PAJ: Journal of performance and art 28(3): 1-10.
  • Jones, A. (1997). " 'Presence' in absentia: Experiencing performance as documentation."  Art journal (56)4: 11-18. 

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Episode featured music:

"Thank You For This World" by Borrtex