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Liminal Spaces: Alliterative Poem and Exploration of Liminality

Liminal Spaces: An alliterative poem

White worshipers whisper wishes with

hopes for a heavenly haven that helps heathens heal hurts and

save souls scorched from searing sin to sleep at night. 906 more words

Spatial Dialogues

Ten Hot Topics in Strategy-as-Practice Research

Shenghui Ma (University of Zurich) and David Seidl (past SAP Chair, University of Zurich)

Over the last decade, strategy-as-practice (SAP) research has generated a substantial body of knowledge about the different aspects, forms and implications of strategizing activity and practices. 1,274 more words

SAP Research

Red Hot Research

4:00 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5
The Commons at Spooner Hall

ARC’s very own Steven Duval will be presenting this week on the Performing History project–don’t miss it! 95 more words


From stones to GPS: The need to draw a line

Text: Bill Psarras © 2014

While I have touched on this as part of my PhD at Goldsmiths, I’d like to reflect on this post briefly. 555 more words


Gender Performativity

<vv Danielle Parmentier vv>

In 1990, a feminist theorist and philosopher named Judith Butler introduced a very controversial idea about gender. (Berkley, 2014) She theorized against the widely accepted idea that gender is socially constructed from even before birth, with her theory that gender is something that we have been trained to and now… 781 more words

On a hybrid flaneur/flaneuse (pt.I)

Text: Bill Psarras © 2014

Walking in the city has a long-standing tradition of different conceptual threads. In the words of Rebecca Solnit (2001: 3) it is ‘the most obvious and the most obscure thing in the world’. 1,028 more words

Walking As Art