Monday, December 13, 2010

Performance Studies in the Electronic Age

I came across this conference call for paper through a Twitterer I follow:

Internet Research 12.0 - Performance and Participation is the 12th annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), an international association for students and scholars in any discipline in the field of of Internet studies. 

Internet Research 12.0: Performance and Participation will provide a space for interdisciplinary researchers to reflect on, describe, interrogate, challenge, and stake new claims to various performance and participation issues, including:
* Creative performances and digital arts
* Participatory culture and participatory design
* Critical performance and political participation
* Identity performance
* Exclusion from participation
* Economic performance of Internet-related industries
* Game performance
* Performance expectations (as workers, citizens, etc.)
* Ritual performances and communal participation

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