Text and Performance Quarterly

(The median citation count of Text and Performance Quarterly is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
Unlearning cisheteronormativity at the intersections of difference: performing queer worldmaking through collaged relational autoethnography14
Performance studies in communication13
Mapping the “naturecultural turn” in performance studies6
The place of performance in performance studies5
“Knowledge is like food”: qanruyutet on change and subsistence from John Smith4
Performative neutrality and rape culture in Naomi Iizuka’s Good Kids3
Do objects perform?: anthrolithic performance in Chaco Canyon3
Crafting empathy in I Got Your Back: A One(ish) Person Show Exploring Pain, Empathy, and Performance3
“I know how it is when nobody sees you”: oral-history performance methods for staging trauma3
Witnessing the archive: Stormé DeLarverie and queer performance historicity2
Mapping performance studies in US universities2
“I forget who I am while I remember who I was so I can perform who I am”: memory, embodied practice, and thing-power in theater-making2
Disbelonging and unruly return in the performance art of Wura-Natasha Ogunji1
Light in the dark/luz en lo oscuro: rewriting identity, spirituality, reality1
Auntylectuals: a nonce taxonomy of aunty-power1
(Re)directing a university storytelling troupe for at-risk elementary students for course credit: a story of embodied empathy, literacy, and personal transformation1
Becoming a manual: au(n)to-ethnography and queer performances of a Greek theía1
Staging the family unfamiliar: the queer intimacies inRamble-Ations: A One D’Lo Show1
“Homosexual men whose lives turned out unsuccessful”: Polish aunties in the transition era1
Critical aunty studies: an auntroduction1
#AfricanAunties: performing diasporic digital disbelongings on TikTok1
Queer generativity: temporal collisions of Fred Astaire’s Dancing Lessons1
Reframing the politics of performance at 14 Henrietta Street: ANU’sLiving the Lockoutand Company SJ’sFizzles1
Baton Rouge SLAM! An Obituary for Summer 20161
Tour guide performances: four modes of framing tourist experience1
Recalling emotional recall: reflecting on the methodological significance of affective memory in autoethnography1
Eclectic Truth Poetry Slam to Baton Rouge SLAM! An Obituary for Summer 2016: a recording of critical performance ethnography1
Skills and strategies of activist mermaids: from pretty to powerful pictures1
Becoming A Happily Married Man1
Toward critical nostalgia: performing African-American genealogical memory1
Artistic research and the queer prophetic1
American cultures as transnational performance: commons, skills, traces0
Turning archival: the life of the historical in queer studies0
Queering autoethnography0
Modest trickster: a response to Last Words0
Spectacular sweethearts: rethinking novelty through racial diversity and femininity on the bandstand0
Honeypot: Black Southern women who love women0
Ishtyle: Accenting Gay Indian Nightlife0
They’re just like us only fictional: an analysis on the materiality of LGBTQI+ representation0
The stage in the page: analyzing the significance of the Nebentext in Girish Karnad’s play Hayavadana0
Adaptation Unites Us! A call for performance studies and forensics interpretation to adapt with each other0
The Unruly Muse0
Towards a less perfect pedagogy0
K-pop dance: fandoming yourself on social media0
Being Muslim for dummies, or how not to be a threat 101: embodied performances of race and religion after the Manchester attack0
Unfinished business: Michael Jackson, Detroit, and the figural economy of America0
With our Clipped Wings: a research-based performance on gay men’s identities devised through narrative portraiture0
Practically practicing perfection: failure, success, and rehearsal in Practically Perfect0
Old tales through new images and new tales through old images: ethnography of a Jambavantaru katha (narrative) performance in Telangana0
White-expat-fans’ performing K-pop Other on YouTube0
Culturally-responsive devising as performance0
Revolt of the body in stillness0
When the audience becomes the performer: a response to Last Words0
Do you think I can make friends with it? Exploring performative potential of the echo through myth and Autoethnography0
Housekeeping as homecoming: adapting Chamber Theatre in “great time”0
The creative researcher: writing that makes readers want to read0
Performing ice (performing landscapes series)0
“Vale verga” (“it’s worth a cock (nothing)”): the queer of color world-making consejos of Fernanda, an aging undocumented muxer/jota0
The performance of Last Words: a play of relational aesthetics0
On the pedagogical and practical values of community-engaged storytelling0
And so we adapt0
Frames and community in Arizona’s All Souls Procession0
This bridge we call communication: Anzaldúan approaches to theory, method, and praxis0
“A terrible beauty is born”: using Yeats to respond to Last Words, November 20210
Teaching performance studies: communicating contemporary curricular practice in the United States0
Three lessons about performance studies derived from the devised adaption Don Quixote Ugly0
Ecocultural adjustment: revisiting acculturation through a Peace Corps sojourn0
The Burner, the Default, and the Communicative Ethnographer: adapting ethnographic personae at Burning Man0
“Doctors Don’t Kill Babies! Monsters Do!”: using performance and personal narrative to identify the U.S. Abortion Monster0
Black thoughts on Black notes0
Classroom as refuge: performative possibilities for safety, collective healing, and resistance in the classroom and beyond0
Inner monologues of a newbie CCPer0
Growing from the outside, in: a response toA Happily Married Man0
Out past metonymy in the New Jewish Cemetery, Lublin0
Dave Chappelle’s Sticks and Stones as Black Radical Tragic comedy0
The motion of invisible objects: aging queer desires0
A Happily Married Man0
Shitsex: recontaminating queer sex and theory0
The Beekeeper of Aleppo: a transnational collaboration0
Performativity confounded: agency, resistance, and the history of politeness0
Affective legacies: narrating the intergenerational transmission of racial feeling in oral history interviews0
Adaptation online: creating memes, sweding movies, and other digital performances0
Collaborative performances of and toward survival in the communication classroom and beyond: an inter-institutional performance forum0
Creating performances for teaching and learning: a practice session for pedagogy0
Muslim women and White femininity: reenactment and resistance0
Poetic care: the orientations and relations of spoken word performance at three venues in East London0
“Can you dance for me?” the (Im)possibility of speaking trauma in dance ethnography0
Staging Process: The Aesthetic Politics of Collective Performance0
Performing Arts in Prisons: Creative Perspectives0
The accentual dialogized heteroglossia of Shakespeare in India: Utpal Dutt’s legacy in Shakespeare Wallah and The Last Lear0
Miscommunication: transmission of information through The Letters of Shadow Puppets0
Statement of Removal0
La Pocha Nostra: a handbook for the rebel artist in a post-democratic society0
Bodies in dialogue: offering a model for queer oral history0
What can we do? Performative refusal in Ikaria0
I got your back: a one(ish) person show exploring pain, medicine, empathy, and performance0
Conquergood’s other: materializing the cultural text of Hmong and Latinx0
Communication at the end of the world: affective material performativity and the nuclear danger sign0
Performance studies in Canada0
The Sense of Brown0
Embodied fragments: embracing risk, failure, resistance, and pedagogical possibility0
Performing blackness: a composite counterstory of direct-to-consumer genetic ancestry testing0
“Home Charms”: unpacking an Irish immigrant woman’s home through speculative design0
Moving through crisis in Mariana Valencia’s Solo B0
Animal acts through the looking-glass: art, theater, and a Zoopoetic possibility for performance0
On the anguish of going: an actor’s Endgame0
Space in the spotlight: a performance-centered approach to space as performer in rural cemeteries0
Surviving the thin line between the comic and the cosmic through a readaptation of Wild Ducks Flying Backward0
“Marina Abramović Made Me Cry”: performance and presence work in the affective economy0
Tau(n)tology: Tannie Evita’s stewardship of South Africa’s national transitions0
Fates of the performative: From the linguistic turn to the new materialism0
The viral politics of masks: pandemic resistance and ontological performance0
Practically Perfect0
Embodying/writing/performing “women’s work”: pleasurable tensions and double binds of feminist performative autoethnography0
Performing extinction stories: exploring creative responses to bee decline0
Laughing at pink ribbon culture: Tig Notaro’s comedic subversion of the she-ro0
(Re)Positioning site dance: local acts, global perspectives0
Transporting cultural sites/scripts: performing surfing, re-examining he’e nalu, and shaping/riding an alaia0
How to see a superbloom0
Figuring the aggregated aunty: netporn, metadata and South Asian aunties0
Amital queer: aunts, negresses, and auntie men in Dionne Brand’s “Dialectics” and Hilton Als The Women0
Embodiment and disembodiment in live art: from Grotowski to hologram0
Freezing ontologies: making visible the messiness of working with theory0
The performativity of comedic apologies0
Sexual futures, queer gestures, and other Latina longings0
A mothering dramaturgy: the creative co-practices of mothering and directing in contemporary rehearsal rooms0
¡Presente! The politics of presence0
Auntiethesis: annotated syllabus from UCLA's Global Auntie Studies0
Public performances as assemblages: contesting the narrative of Thailand’s 2010 crackdown0
The performativity of terrorism: subversive experimentalist techniques inPornography(2007) by Simon Stephens0
Our conversation: a response to A Happily Married Man0
Adapting to survive … and thrive0
Killjoy pedagogy and the politics of a smile0
Performing marginalized embodiment in fitness culture: co-storytelling in/exclusion through personal narrative0
Crossing representational borders in Lola Arias’Minefield/Campo Minado0
Sound-space: a listener’s creative outcome through an acousmatic performance at the Spatial Sound Institute0
Adaptation as augmentation: performing writing as a means of survival0
Embodied abject play: women “sex comics” and abject feminism0
The Hundreds0
Performance as narrative medicine0