Chung-Constant’s article in journal

An article, “Race, Gender, and Religion in the Performance of Self in an ESL Program” by COE doctoral student Tamara Chung-Constant was published in the November issue of Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies. Founded in 2005, Liminalities is an open-access, peer-reviewed online publication that addresses three needs in performance studies scholarship and practice: 1) expanding opportunities to share peer-reviewed work, 2) creating a space for the publication of multimedia texts and projects that are difficult or impossible to publish in traditional print venues, and 3) international accessibility. Liminalities publishes scholarship, aesthetic texts, and media projects that explore, advance, challenge, and celebrate the study of performance as a social, political, philosophical, and aesthetic practice; as a methodology; and as a mode of critique.