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Resources

Publications

We are in the process of gathering resources (publications, institutions, doctoral candidates, teaching material) to support teaching and research in the field of performance philosophy – beyond those available through the journal, book series and events.

Please contact us, if you have a resource you would like to share on this page.

Performanssifilosofiaa (2020) – in Finnish
edited by Tero Nauha, Annette Arlander, Hanna Järvinen and Pilvi Porkola
The online version of the book is available here: 
ISBN (print) 978-952-353-017-1

Performance Philosophy (2020) – in Portuguese/English
edited by Luciana da Costa Dias and Laura Cull Ó Maoilearca
Jan.Mar/2020

Special Section on Performance Philosophy of Theatre Topics – in English
edited by Wade Hollinghaus and Will Daddario
Theatre Topics, Volume 25, Number 1, March 2015

Alice Koubová (Ed.) monothematic issue on Performance Philosophy

FILOZOFIA Vol. 68, No. 5, 2013. 

In Czech and Slovak.

Alice Koubová, Myslet z druhého místa. K otázce performativní filosofie. NAMU 2019. 

(To think from the secondary position. Towards the questions of performance philosophy) 

In Czech.

Institutions

The Centre for Performance Philosophy (CPP) was founded at the University of Surrey in 2016: the first research centre dedicated to the field of Performance Philosophy. Resources from CPP events are available here.

PhDs in/on Performance Philosophy

Denman-Cleaver, Tess (2018) Landscape Performance: The development of a performance philosophy practice, Newcastle University, UK; 

Multimedia Resources

Performance Philosophy Vimeo Group

Philosophy in experiment. Online resource for performance and philosophy in the Czech Republic (2012-2016).

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