Reading, Acting, and Imaging: Performativity in the Middle Ages and Now

By:
Prof. Robert L. A. Clark,
Laura Gelfand,
Vibeke Olson,
Prof. James R. Slowiak,
Jairo Cuesta
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“Author! Author! Staging the Authorial Persona in the Illuminated
Manuscripts of Guillaume de Digulleville”
Robert L. A. Clark
Department of Modern Languages
Kansas State University

“The Pleasure of Discovery: Reading Interpictoriality in the Hours of Isabella Stuart”
Laura D. Gelfand
Myers School of Art
The University of Akron
Akron, OH 44325-7801

"All the World's a Stage: Pilgrimage as Performance and Portals as Props"
Vibeke Olson
University of North Carolina, Wilmington
UNC Wilmington
601 S. College Rd.
Wilmington, NC
28403-5911

“To Embody the Invisible: Steps towards Creating a Performance based on Guillaume de Digulleville’s Pilgrimage Poems”
James R. Slowiak
Dept. Dance, Theater and Arts Administration
The University of Akron
Akron, OH 44325-1005

“Memory, Time and Presence: An Actor's Perspective on Play and Pilgrimage”
Jairo Cuesta
Co-Artistic Director, New World Performance Laboratory


Keywords: I'm simply not sure what the choice of keywords is here., Also there is no option below to put in that we intend for this to be a 90 minute colloquium.
Stream: Constructing Art Worlds, Analysing Artforms, Meaning and Representation
Presentation Type: Colloquium in English
Paper: Reading, Acting, and Imaging: Performativity in the Middle Ages and Now, All the World’s a Stage


Prof. Robert L. A. Clark

Professor, Department of Modern Languages, Kansas State University
USA


Laura Gelfand

Associate Professor, Myers School of Art, The University of Akron
USA


Vibeke Olson

Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina
USA


Prof. James R. Slowiak

Professor, Dept. Dance, Theater and Arts Administration, The University of Akron
USA


Jairo Cuesta

Co-Artistic Director, New World Performance Laboratory
USA


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