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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