Methis 27/28 (Spring-autumn 2021)

Perception and Performativity

Editors: Raili Marling, Anneli Saro, Hedi-Liis Toome


DOI: https://doi.org/10.7592/methis.v22i27/28

(Published: 2021-12-15)


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Introduction

Raili Marling, Anneli Saro - Performativity, Performance and Perception 
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Essey

Mieke Bal - How the Concept of Performativity Travels: between People and Media 
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Articles

  1. Raili Marling - Authenticity and Depthiness in the Representation of Affects: Perception and Performativity in Contemporary (Auto)Fiction 
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  2. Tanel Lepsoo - Passion Performative: Reading Cocteau with Proust and Derrida 
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  3. Richard Pettifer - The Artist is Absent: Non-Human Agency in the Situation of the Theatre 
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  4. Madli Pesti - Space as an Active Agent. On Performative Space in Estonian Contemporary Performing Arts 
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  5. Jurgita Staniškytė - The Condition of Instability: Performative Turn and Contemporary Lithuanian Theatre 
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  6. Anneli Saro - Poetics and Perception of Interartistic Performance 
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  7. Marie-Luise Meier - Perceiving the Default: Navigating Choice Architecture in Video Games 
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  8. Taavet Jansen , Aleksander Väljamäe - Exploring Physiology-Based Interactions in Performing Art Using Artistic Interventions 
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  9. Katiliina Gielen, Maria-Kristiina Lotman - On Performativity and Perception in Early Estonian-Language Theatre Translation 
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  10. Anne-Liis Maripuu - Performativity of Gender by Early Modern Dancers on and off Stage. The Case of Elmerice Parts and Gerd Neggo 
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Varia article

Jakob Ossmann , Kasra Seirafi , Carina Doppler - Four Ways to Experience Augmented Reality at Museums 
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Review

  1. Ian Gwin - Under Review: Nordic Literature of Decadence. Edited by Pirjo Lyytikäinen, Riikka Rossi, Viola Parente-Čapková, and Mirjam Hinrikus (London and New York: Routledge, 2020)
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  2. Sara Bédard-Goulet - Under Review: Timo Maran. Ecosemiotics: The Study of Signs in Changing Ecologies. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020)
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