Performance, Feminism and Affect in Neoliberal Times

@inproceedings{Diamond2017PerformanceFA,
  title={Performance, Feminism and Affect in Neoliberal Times},
  author={Elin Diamond and Candice Amich and Denise Varney},
  year={2017}
}
This collection of essays—Performance, Feminism and Affect in Neoliberal Times—edited by Elin Diamond, Denise Varney and Candice Amich is a compelling and energising read. The twenty-two essays gathered here, from an international cohort of scholars, speak with urgency and passion to a troubling political climate. Documenting the performative responses of women globally to the rise of neoliberalism, these writers engage the intersection of feminist artistic praxis with affective outcomes to… 

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