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Sunday, August 5 • 9:45am - 11:15am
Kingdom Come: Performing Interfaith Civics in Election-Year America

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In this roundtable, scholars discuss how candidates and faith communities use performance to represent their beliefs and relate to other religious groups during electoral campaigns.


Dorothy Chansky

Archive to Art/Body to Blog to Book/Paper to Performance: Three Eleanors as Theatrical Translation Across Media, Texas Tech University
According to Agamben, to ostracize someone is the first political act. Criterias that conform the individual to the standarts of society are determined by the political power thus these change due to the unsteady structure of the politics. Therefore shifting among the social stratum... Read More →
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Lance Gharavi

Associate Professor, Arizona State University
I am an artist, scholar, and educator--in no particular order. Much of my research and creative work involves playing in the intersections of performance with technology, religion, and science.

Jill Stevenson

Associate Professor of Theatre Arts, Marymount Manhattan College
Religion and Theatre Focus Group Representative

Sunday August 5, 2012 9:45am - 11:15am EDT
Congressional B, Lobby Level 400 New Jersey Ave NW Washington, DC 20001 USA

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