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    • The critical lede: new media and ecological balance 

      Myers, W. Benjamin; Rowe, Desireé D. (Taylor & Francis, 2012-01)
      As co-hosts of the podcast The Critical Lede (TCL), we find ourselves at a moment where new media projects are bursting onto the scene of not only communication/ performance studies but also all fields of academe. That we ...
    • The (dis)appearance of Up your ass: Valerie Solanas as abject revolutionary 

      Rowe, Desireé D. (Taylor & Francis, 2013-03-14)
      Through performative writing and using Cixous' notion of écriture feminine, this piece explores how the archival and treatment of Valerie Solanas' ‘lost’ manuscript Up Your Ass marks her as an abject body. Further, this ...
    • "I Should Have Done Target Practice": Why Valerie Solanas Missed 

      Rowe, Desireé D. (Sage Publishing, 2011-02)
      Through performative writing, this article seeks to tell the story of Valerie Solanas. Solanas, the woman most notoriously known as the shooter of Andy Warhol, has had little media exposure that does not frame her outside ...
    • The performative possibilities of new media 

      Rowe, Desireé D.; Myers, W. Benjamin (Taylor & Francis, 2012-01)
      We understand new media as performative - a medium that is an active participant in a political dialogue. It is political in its iterability; it performs, over and over, passing as/with information. We see this in our ...
    • Please don't use the restraints: forgetting, failure, and childbirth 

      Rowe, Desireé D. (Sage Publications, 2016-07)
      The end of the story is all you care about. So, let’s get that out of the way first. Penelope Jane was born on March 23rd. She was healthy. The trauma of that day still resonates within my body, called into being through ...
    • Troubling violence: a performance project (Book review) 

      Rowe, Desireé D. (Taylor & Francis, 2010-10-09)
      The article reviews the book "Troubling Violence: A Performance Project," by M. Heather Carver and Elaine J. Lawless.
    • Valerie Solanas and the queer performativity of madness 

      Rowe, Desireé D.; Chávez, Karma R. (Sage Publications, 2011-05-20)
      Accusations of madness have long been hurled at queer and feminist bodies, and typically when people are deemed mad, they are granted little agency.This article attempts to read madness as potentially agentic when it ...