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November 17, 2016

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Religious Studies Review - Pleading in the Blood: the Art and Performances of Ron Athey



Jeremy Biles has written a review for the Religious Studies Review on Pleading in the Blood: the Art and Performances of Ron Athey edited by Dominic Johnson.

"Pleading in the Blood is essential reading for scholars of religion working at the intersection of ritual, performance, and contemporary art practices, as well as those with interest in abjection, gender and sexuality, the AIDS crisis, charismatic Christianity, and the construction of religious identity."

Read the full review.

Buy Pleading in the Blood: the Art and Performances of Ron Athey
, now available at discount price.

Chisenhale Dance Space on Unbound

We are delighted to announce a new selection of key texts in the field of Dance and Performance Studies that feature Chisenhale Dance Space.

Chisenhale Dance Space holds a unique position in the history of British dance and these texts record this rich history whilst exploring the politics of the body in performance.

Titles include; Judith Mackrell’s Out of Line, Stephanie Jordan’s Striding Out and Chisenhale Dance Space founding member Emilyn Claid’s Yes? No! Maybe…. Seductive Ambiguity in Dance.

These books join a growing number of titles available to buy on the Dance shelf of Unbound which interrogate the body in movement.