Text and Performance Quarterly

(The TQCC 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
“I know how it is when nobody sees you”: oral-history performance methods for staging trauma3
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
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
Witnessing the archive: Stormé DeLarverie and queer performance historicity2
“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
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
Performativity confounded: agency, resistance, and the history of politeness0
Ishtyle: Accenting Gay Indian Nightlife0
Adaptation online: creating memes, sweding movies, and other digital performances0
Adaptation Unites Us! A call for performance studies and forensics interpretation to adapt with each other0
Muslim women and White femininity: reenactment and resistance0
Being Muslim for dummies, or how not to be a threat 101: embodied performances of race and religion after the Manchester attack0
Towards a less perfect pedagogy0
“Can you dance for me?” the (Im)possibility of speaking trauma in dance ethnography0
Performing Arts in Prisons: Creative Perspectives0
Practically practicing perfection: failure, success, and rehearsal in Practically Perfect0
Unfinished business: Michael Jackson, Detroit, and the figural economy of America0
Miscommunication: transmission of information through The Letters of Shadow Puppets0
La Pocha Nostra: a handbook for the rebel artist in a post-democratic society0
Revolt of the body in stillness0
White-expat-fans’ performing K-pop Other on YouTube0
What can we do? Performative refusal in Ikaria0
The creative researcher: writing that makes readers want to read0
Do you think I can make friends with it? Exploring performative potential of the echo through myth and Autoethnography0
Communication at the end of the world: affective material performativity and the nuclear danger sign0
I got your back: a one(ish) person show exploring pain, medicine, empathy, and performance0
On the pedagogical and practical values of community-engaged storytelling0
“Vale verga” (“it’s worth a cock (nothing)”): the queer of color world-making consejos of Fernanda, an aging undocumented muxer/jota0
Embodied fragments: embracing risk, failure, resistance, and pedagogical possibility0
“Home Charms”: unpacking an Irish immigrant woman’s home through speculative design0
This bridge we call communication: Anzaldúan approaches to theory, method, and praxis0
Teaching performance studies: communicating contemporary curricular practice in the United States0
Animal acts through the looking-glass: art, theater, and a Zoopoetic possibility for performance0
On the anguish of going: an actor’s Endgame0
Three lessons about performance studies derived from the devised adaption Don Quixote Ugly0
The Burner, the Default, and the Communicative Ethnographer: adapting ethnographic personae at Burning Man0
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
Fates of the performative: From the linguistic turn to the new materialism0
The viral politics of masks: pandemic resistance and ontological performance0
Black thoughts on Black notes0
Embodying/writing/performing “women’s work”: pleasurable tensions and double binds of feminist performative autoethnography0
Growing from the outside, in: a response toA Happily Married Man0
Laughing at pink ribbon culture: Tig Notaro’s comedic subversion of the she-ro0
How to see a superbloom0
Shitsex: recontaminating queer sex and theory0
The Beekeeper of Aleppo: a transnational collaboration0
Embodiment and disembodiment in live art: from Grotowski to hologram0
Collaborative performances of and toward survival in the communication classroom and beyond: an inter-institutional performance forum0
Affective legacies: narrating the intergenerational transmission of racial feeling in oral history interviews0
The performativity of comedic apologies0
A mothering dramaturgy: the creative co-practices of mothering and directing in contemporary rehearsal rooms0
Poetic care: the orientations and relations of spoken word performance at three venues in East London0
Creating performances for teaching and learning: a practice session for pedagogy0
Auntiethesis: annotated syllabus from UCLA's Global Auntie Studies0
The performativity of terrorism: subversive experimentalist techniques inPornography(2007) by Simon Stephens0
The accentual dialogized heteroglossia of Shakespeare in India: Utpal Dutt’s legacy in Shakespeare Wallah and The Last Lear0
Staging Process: The Aesthetic Politics of Collective Performance0
Adapting to survive … and thrive0
Bodies in dialogue: offering a model for queer oral history0
Statement of Removal0
Crossing representational borders in Lola Arias’Minefield/Campo Minado0
Killjoy pedagogy and the politics of a smile0
Conquergood’s other: materializing the cultural text of Hmong and Latinx0
Performance studies in Canada0
Embodied abject play: women “sex comics” and abject feminism0
Performance as narrative medicine0
The Sense of Brown0
Performing blackness: a composite counterstory of direct-to-consumer genetic ancestry testing0
Turning archival: the life of the historical in queer studies0
Queering autoethnography0
Moving through crisis in Mariana Valencia’s Solo B0
Spectacular sweethearts: rethinking novelty through racial diversity and femininity on the bandstand0
Honeypot: Black Southern women who love women0
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
Space in the spotlight: a performance-centered approach to space as performer in rural cemeteries0
The Unruly Muse0
Tau(n)tology: Tannie Evita’s stewardship of South Africa’s national transitions0
K-pop dance: fandoming yourself on social media0
Practically Perfect0
With our Clipped Wings: a research-based performance on gay men’s identities devised through narrative portraiture0
(Re)Positioning site dance: local acts, global perspectives0
Performing extinction stories: exploring creative responses to bee decline0
Old tales through new images and new tales through old images: ethnography of a Jambavantaru katha (narrative) performance in Telangana0
Culturally-responsive devising as performance0
Figuring the aggregated aunty: netporn, metadata and South Asian aunties0
Transporting cultural sites/scripts: performing surfing, re-examining he’e nalu, and shaping/riding an alaia0
When the audience becomes the performer: a response to Last Words0
Housekeeping as homecoming: adapting Chamber Theatre in “great time”0
Freezing ontologies: making visible the messiness of working with theory0
Amital queer: aunts, negresses, and auntie men in Dionne Brand’s “Dialectics” and Hilton Als The Women0
Performing ice (performing landscapes series)0
The performance of Last Words: a play of relational aesthetics0
¡Presente! The politics of presence0
Sexual futures, queer gestures, and other Latina longings0
And so we adapt0
Our conversation: a response to A Happily Married Man0
Public performances as assemblages: contesting the narrative of Thailand’s 2010 crackdown0
“A terrible beauty is born”: using Yeats to respond to Last Words, November 20210
Frames and community in Arizona’s All Souls Procession0
Performing marginalized embodiment in fitness culture: co-storytelling in/exclusion through personal narrative0
Sound-space: a listener’s creative outcome through an acousmatic performance at the Spatial Sound Institute0
Ecocultural adjustment: revisiting acculturation through a Peace Corps sojourn0
“Doctors Don’t Kill Babies! Monsters Do!”: using performance and personal narrative to identify the U.S. Abortion Monster0
Adaptation as augmentation: performing writing as a means of survival0
The Hundreds0
Classroom as refuge: performative possibilities for safety, collective healing, and resistance in the classroom and beyond0
Inner monologues of a newbie CCPer0
Out past metonymy in the New Jewish Cemetery, Lublin0
Dave Chappelle’s Sticks and Stones as Black Radical Tragic comedy0
American cultures as transnational performance: commons, skills, traces0
The motion of invisible objects: aging queer desires0
A Happily Married Man0
Modest trickster: a response to Last Words0