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Katie Gough

Friday, August 15, 2014  
Posted by: April Sizemore-Barber
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Katie Gough (University of Glasgow) has recently published Kinship and Performance in the Black and Green Atlantic: Haptic Allegories (Routledge). The book examines the unlikely kinship between social actors such as Ida B. Wells and Maud Gonne, Lady Augusta Gregory and Zora Neale Hurston, and Bernadette Devlin and Alice Childress, and explores how a transmedial investigation of gender, community, and performance allows for a revision of historiography in Atlantic studies. The study revises and reimagines key concepts central to performance studies. In August 2014 she is moving to the University of Vermont where she will be an Assistant Professor of Theatre and resident dramaturge.

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