Being There: After-Proceedings of the 2006 Conference of the Australasian Association for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
Edited by Ian Maxwell ISBN 978-1-74210-012-8
The 2006 annual conference of Australasian Association for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies titled Being There: Before, During and After, titled Being There: Before, During and After (A.D.S.A), titled Being There: Before, During and After, was hosted by the Department of Performance Studies at University of Sydney July 4-7, 2006.
The conference was sponsored by A.D.S.A., the Department of Performance Studies, the School of Letters, Arts and Media, and the Faculty of Arts.
The papers collected here were each peer-reviewed to D.E.S.T. standards (two reviewers per paper) by colleagues from around Australia and overseas. The review process for the proceedings was separate from the review process for acceptance of abstracts for the actual conference presentations. Ian Maxwell edited and compiled the final versions, and would like to thank all those who gave their time to act as reviewers. I-and the authors-greatly appreciate the rigour with which the task was approached by all.
These proceedings were published in final form on June 30th, 2008
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Papers from these proceedings should be referenced as: [Author(s)-of-paper] 2008 ["Title-of-paper"] in Ian Maxwell (ed.) Being There: After-Proceedings of the 2006 Conference of the Australasian Association for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies [Website; date of access].
Note that there is no overall page numbering system for the proceedings as a whole: page numbering begins at 1 in each paper.
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|27-Jun-2008||Live Media and the 'Alive' Actor||Fewster, Russell David|
|26-Jun-2008||When the Spectator Talks Back: The Development of Practical Wisdom and an ‘ethics of care’ within the Magdalena Talks Back Network||Kehoul, Gillian|
|26-Jun-2008||Longing to Belong: Trained Actors’ Attempts to Enter the Profession||Moore, Paul|
|20-Jun-2008||Overcoming the Metaphysics of Consciousness: Being/Artaud||Johnston, Daniel Waycott; Department of Performance Studies|
|20-Jun-2008||Falling Through Fellatio||Stewart, Jeff|
|20-Jun-2008||Performing Victory: The Different Kind of War of Bush 43||Morelos, Ronaldo|
|17-Jun-2008||Dance, Mimesis, consciousness and the Imagination||Sellers-Young, Barbara|
|17-Jun-2008||‘Post-Dramatic’ Stress: Negotiating vulnerability for performance||Seton, Mark; Department of Performance Studies|
|17-Jun-2008||New Audiences' Reception of Plays: Before, During and After||Scollen, Rebecca|
|17-Jun-2008||Taking Ethnographic Film Back||Sweeney, Dominique|
|17-Jun-2008||Performing Confessions: Making Sense Afterwards of Field Immersion||Rossmanith, Kate|
|17-Jun-2008||The Redfern Riots: Performing the Politics of Space||Newman-Storen, Renee|
|17-Jun-2008||Up and Down Diotima's Staircase: Space and Metaphysics in Symbolist and Expressionist Theatre||Monaghan, Paul|
|17-Jun-2008||The Theatre of the Athletic Nude: The teaching and study of anatomy at the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 1873-1940||Marshall, Jonathan|
|17-Jun-2008||Meta-Performativity: Being in Shakespeare’s Moment||Kennedy, Flloyd|
|17-Jun-2008||A Practice of Faith: Actors and Rehearsal (A Tragedy in One Act)||Moore, Paul; Rossmanith, Kate|
|17-Jun-2008||Stanislavski’s Rehearsal Processes Re-Viewed||Martin, Jacqueline|
|17-Jun-2008||Renaissance in the Regions: The HotHouse Theatre Artistic Directorate||Hooper, Guy|
|17-Jun-2008||The New Woman in the New World: Ibsen in Australia 1889-1891||Hoare, Eileen|
|17-Jun-2008||'Eftermaele': That Which Remains After the Event. a Panel Discussion concerning the use of video in the Documentation of Live Performance||McAuley, Gay; Department of Performance Studies|