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With apologies for any cross postings.

Issue 11.2 (June 2006) Indexes

Issue Editor: Ric Allsopp

In the spring of 2006 Performance Research will begin its second 
decade of publication, and we are devoting the four-issues of Volume 
11 to an exploration of the terms under which performance is debated, 
discussed, conducted, written about and constructed, in the form of 
lexicons and dictionaries, encyclopedias and key words. Volume 11, 
No.2 (June 2006) is an an issue on the nature of the index as a form. 
The issue will explore the use of indexes as a means of recording and 
generating through alphabetic, numerical, or color schemas ; 
restriction or censorship of particular readings or performances; 
measurement, linking, adjustment, tracking and navigation;  or their 
use as something visible, evident or revelatory that gives grounds 
for believing in the existence or presence of something else; as an 
operation to be performed, an ordering relation; as repertoire or 
register, rubric or catalogue. In particular the issue will explore 
what indexes can tell us about the textual and performance forms that 
they relate to. We invite artists and writers to consider these in 
relation to the histories, philosophies and pragmatics of 
performance, art making and performance writing.

Deadlines for issue 11:1 are as follows:

Proposals: 17th October 2005
Finalised material: 31st December 2005
Publication Date: June 2006

ALL proposals, submissions and general enquiries should be sent direct

  Linden Elmhirst - Administrative Assistant
  Performance Research
  Dartington College of Arts, Totnes,
  Devon TQ9 7RD UK
  tel. 0044 1803 861683
  fax. 0044 1803 861685
  email: performance-research {AT} dartington.ac.uk
  web: http://www.performance-research.net

Content specific enquires should be directed to Ric Allsopp at:
transomatic {AT} orange.net, r.allsopp {AT} dartington.ac.uk

Enquiries about the volume as a whole should be directed to:
Ric Allsopp  transomatic {AT} orange.net  OR Claire MacDonald  
clairemacdonald1 {AT} mac.com

For complete Guidelines for Submissions please see:

Performance Research is MAC based. Proposals will be accepted in hard 
copy, on CD or by e-mail (Apple Works, MS-Word or RTF). Please DO NOT 
send images without prior agreement.
Please note that submission of a proposal will be taken to imply that 
it presents original, unpublished work not under consideration for 
publication elsewhere. By submitting a manuscript, the author(s) 
agree that the exclusive rights to reproduce and distribute the 
article have been given to Performance Research

Linden Elmhirst
Performance Research
Dartington College of Arts
Totnes, Devon  TQ9 6EJ  UK
Tel :  +44 (0)1803 861683
Fax : +44 (0)1803 861685
e-mail : performance-research {AT} dartington.ac.uk

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