Daily Archives: March 2, 2017


ARC Fellows: Populism, Performance, and the Formation of Economic Subjects

Populism, Performance, and the Formation of Economic Subjects Submitted by our 2017 ARC Fellow Team: Christian Nagler (Theater, Dance and Performance Studies) and Angela Marino¬†(Theater, Dance and Performance Studies) Over the last few years, we have witnessed xenophobic, nationalist and autocratic regimes ascend to power in many parts of the world, with the exuberant support […]

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