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Ethno-Techno; Writings on Performance, Activism and Pedagogy

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Guillermo G�mez-Pe�a has spent many years developing his unique style of performance-activism; his theatricalizations of postcolonial theory. In Ethno-Techno: Writings on Performance, Activism and Pedagogy, he pushes the boundaries still further, exploring what's left for artists to do in a post-9/11 repressive culture of what he calls 'the mainstream bizarre'.

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Published September 2nd 2005 by Routledge (first published 2005)
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Gomez-Pena is not only a brilliant performer, but also an articulate theorist of culture and art. really can't recommend this highly enough to anyone who's interested in how culture, minority issues, politics, and performance intersect. ...more
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