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>       -- The Journal of Performance Studies - T151 (Fall 1996) --
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>    TDR is the only journal that explores the diverse world of performance
>    with an emphasis on the intercultural, interdisciplinary and experimental.
>    It covers theatre, music, dance, entertainment, media, sports, politics,
>    aesthetics of everyday life, games, plays and ritual.
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>    The journal is edited by Richard Schechner of the Department of
>    Performance Studies, New York University, and is published quarterly
>    by The MIT Press. Although TDR is not yet an electronic journal, you
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>    The Drama Review is also proud to announce the completion of the TDR
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>  // In this issue (T151 Fall 1996) \\
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>  /TDR Comment
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>  ARTNOW -- RICHARD SCHECHNER
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>  /Experimental Sound & Radio\ -- Guest Editor ALLEN S. WEISS
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>  /Articles
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>  Radio Icons, Short Circuits, Deep Schisms -- ALLEN S. WEISS
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>  Voice Tears: The CD -- curated by ALLEN S. WEISS
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>  Stein's Stein: a tale from The Aphoristic Theatre -- ALLEN S. WEISS
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>  Shards of Voice: Fragments Excavated toward a Radiophonic Archaeology --
>  ALEXANDRA L.M. KELLER
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>  Wired: Schreber as Machine, Technophobe, and Virtualist -- MARK S.
>  ROBERTS
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>  HeadHole: Malfunctions and Dysfunctions of an FM Exciter -- CHRISTOF
>  MIGONE
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>  Cat's Cradle -- SUSAN STONE
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>  From One Head to Another -- RENE FARABET
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>  Radiophonic Ontologies and the Avantgarde -- JOE MILUTIS
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>  Three Receivers -- DOUGLAS KAHN
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>  Inaudible Postscript: A Silent Coda on the Disembodied Voice and the
>  Subsequent Unwriting of History -- REV. DWIGHT FRIZZELL and JAY
>  MANDEVILLE
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>  Radio Play is No Place: A Conversation between Jerome Noetinger and
>  Gregory Whitehead -- GREGORY WHITEHEAD
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>  Aural Sex: The Female Orgasm in Popular Sound -- JOHN CORBETT and TERRI
>  KAPSALIS
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>  Developing a Blind Understanding: A Feminist Revision of Radio Semiotics
>  -- MARY LOUISE HILL
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>  Mendicant Erotics [Sydney]: a performance for radio -- ELLEN ZWEIG
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>  Casual Workers, Hallucinations, and Appropriate Ghosts -- TONI DOVE
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>  Hotel Radio -- excerpt from a play by RICHARD FOREMAN
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>  Lingua Franca -- LOU MALLOZZI
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>  Around Naxos: a radio "film"... -- KAYE MORTLEY
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>  More Facts on the Polywave -- G.X. JUPITTER-LARSEN
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>  /Student Essay Contest Winner\
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>  Sexing the Dance at Sleaze Ball 1994 -- JONATHAN BOLLEN
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>  /Books
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>  Subversive Laughter: The Liberating Power of Comedy by Ron Jenkins;
>  Satiric Impersonations: From Aristophanes to the Guerrilla Girls by Joel
>  Schechter
>           review by AMY SEHAM
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>  The Terrible but Unfinished Story of Norodom Sihanouk, King of Cambodia
>  by Helene Cixous
>           review by DAVID WILLIAMS
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