I am Woman, Hear Me Phwoar! Panel discussion of the politics of public female performance
Part of my #theyNeverClothed #DMYEngage project. The engagement project itself currently comprises of a pop-up exhibition and a contextual round table discussion which will explore the politics of sexualised performance in contemporary and historic contexts. Both activities are scheduled to be initially held at the 2017 Hebden Bridge Burlesque Festival (HBBF).
Citation : Wright, E. (2017) I am Woman, Hear Me Phwoar! Panel discussion of the politics of public female performance.
Research Group : Cinema and Television History Research Centre
Research Institute : Cinema and Television History Institute (CATHI)
Peer Reviewed : No
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