Items where Author is "Dunne-Howrie, Joseph"

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Dunne-Howrie, Joseph (2024) Pinkwashing Islamophobia in Performance. HowlRound Theatre Commons.

Dunne-Howrie, Joseph (2024) There is Nothing Superficial About Performative Politics. Yorkshire Bylines.

Dunne-Howrie, Joseph (2023) Theater in a Post-Truth World: Texts, Politics, and Performance edited by William C. Boles. Contemporary Theatre Review. (In Press)

Dunne-Howrie, Joseph (2023) Turning Political Violence into Entertainment in Hate Radio. HowlRound Theatre Commons.

Dunne-Howrie, Joseph (2023) Hate Speech Allowed at the Battle of Ideas. Yorkshire Bylines.

Dunne-Howrie, Joseph (2023) How Javaad Alipoor’s Fourth World Trilogy Disrupts What We Think We Understand About History, Politics, and the Internet. HowlRound Theatre Commons.

Dunne-Howrie, Joseph (2023) REVIEW Theater of lockdown: digital and distanced performance in a time of pandemic by Barbara Fuchs. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media.

Dunne-Howrie, Joseph (2021) Internet theatre and the historical consciousness of the Covid-19 era. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media.

Dunne-Howrie, Joseph (2021) Networked Audience Participation: The Futurity of Post-Brexit Democracy in One Day, Maybe and Operation Black Antler. Studies in Theatre and Performance, 41 (2). ISSN 2040-0616

Dunne-Howrie, Joseph (2021) Networked audience participation: the futurity of post-Brexit democracy in One Day, Maybe and Operation Black Antler. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 41 (3). pp. 339-357.

Book Section

Dunne-Howrie, Joseph (2022) Hacking the Archives: the 2012 Olympic Legacy, Fun Palaces and Game Theatre. In: Clive Barker and His Legacy. Theatre Workshop, Theatre Games. Methuen Drama, pp. 127-148.

Conference or Workshop Item

Dunne-Howrie, Joseph (2023) Dreams of a Fourth World: Performance After Capitalism in the Work of Javaad Alipoor and Tim Crouch. In: TaPRA 2023, 30 August - 1 September 2023, University of Leeds.

Dunne-Howrie, Joseph and Drayton, Tom (2022) The Gaming Democracy Project: Virtual Democracy in the Age of Fascism IRL (In Real Life). In: Zip-Scene: From the Holodeck to the Metaverse: Interactive Speculative Narratives. Online, mixed reality, performing arts projects representing complex issues, addressing personal health and speculating about the future., 10-12 November 2022, Innovation Center of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest, Hungary.

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