This fourth issue of the Scottish Journal of Performance presents a selection of papers addressing the theme of ‘scholar as interloper’. Three researchers provide differing subversions, both of their identities within the academy and of their appropriation of other personae within performance culture. Additionally, they explore issues around the subjective voice of the people they are researching, questioning how to let them speak for themselves whilst remaining conscious of their own subjective biases and experiences.
letcher-Watson, B. and Kay, K. (2015). Editorial. Scottish Journal of Performance, 2(2), pp. 5–9.
Scottish Journal of Performance
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