About the Journal
Performance Philosophy is an emerging interdisciplinary field of thought, creative practice and scholarship. As an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal, Performance Philosophy publishes work that interrogate what this field might be and what might be possible within it.
We accept submissions in response to calls for themed issues, as well as periodic open issues. Sign up for announcements in order to be notified when these calls are issued.
We also publish ReViews, essays or creative responses to works/books/events that the author has already encountered at least once before; and [Margins], non-standard and nonconforming works of performance philosophy in the form of ficto-criticism, forays, experiments, manifestoes, visual essays, scores, audio essays, collective texts and more. We welcome conversations on potential submissions at any point for ReViews and [Margins] - click the links above for more information.
how to think is the first all-podcast issue of the Performance Philosophy journal, featuring a series of slow conversations between humans who recentre the work of listening, healing, justice, and love (see below). The conversations were recorded remotely in the second half of 2020, and each episode has been edited with close attention to pace, rhythm, and texture. Each conversation is also accompanied by a short offering from the guest featured in that episode.
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⚫ new moon in aquarius (Feb 12th): Introductory episode (Rajni Shah, Ria Righteous, Julietta Singh)
⚪ full moon in virgo (Feb 27th): Ria Righteous
⚫ new moon in pisces (March 13): Julietta Singh
⚪ full moon in libra (March 29th): BREAK
⚫ new moon in aries (April 12th): Khairani Barokka
⚪ full moon in scorpio (April 27th): Omikemi
how to think is being co-led by artist Rajni Shah and Laura Cull Ó Maoilearca, the new head of DAS Graduate School, as part of the AHRC project Performance Philosophy & Animals, in partnership with the Centre for Performance Philosophy at the University of Surrey, UK.