- I love it when conclusions restate all the arguments of a book. It saves having to read the book. (Unless you already did.) #harumph 5 days ago
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Author Archives: sbaycheng
It’s been a while since I’ve had any time to write here. The long radio silence is due to multiple travels, speaking engagements, writing deadlines, starting a new graduate program in Theatre & Performance, and launching the Techne Institute for … Continue reading
Even if universities may look well on the surface there is an increasing (and justified) concern that all will change soon. New data and analysis increase the anxiety that the current monopoly of higher education will be lost and just … Continue reading
If you’re attending the 2012 Conference for the American Society for Theatre Research Plenary #2, this post will make a lot more sense. Here is the audio file for the intertext. Enjoy!
I’m a bit late commenting on this, but I’ve been plotting this post ever since I saw the story over at hyperallergic.com about Marina Abramović’s plan for the Abramović Institute for the Preservation of Performance Art. Abramovicć’s plan is to … Continue reading
If you’re in New York, be sure to stop by the New School for a talk with Temporary Distortion. March 27 @ 6pm. Also, Newyorkland is now available to view at On the Boards TV.
This requires more commentary, but for now, here’s the overview from open-site.org. Via: Open-Site.org
Over at Found History, Tom Scheinfeldt is writing about digital technology and what he’s called the “performative humanities.” Based on a recent talk at Brown University, Scheinfeldt considers “game changing” in the digital humanities, mostly through analogies to baseball, including … Continue reading
Just back from three (count ‘em, 3!) simultaneous performance festivals in New York and will be writing more on that soon. In the meantime, here’s a link to my blog post for the Digital Humanities Initiative at Buffalo (DHIB) on … Continue reading
For Maurizio Cattelan: All, the Guggenheim Museum creates its first mobile app. So, the experience of art that so annoyed theatre director, Anne Bogart back in 2008 (see here) has now become an integral part of the exhibit. I’m looking … Continue reading
What would Jane’s Addiction do? Almost 150 years after Nietzsche pronounced, “God is dead,” we are hardly without our rituals. Some religious, some secular–repetition, community, and belief in something larger than oneself remain proven hallmarks of a satisfying life. Theatre, … Continue reading