This is a short video showing Papers Citation software automatically formatting the references for a book chapter in real time. Prior to this I chose the citation style (in this case APA) and that’s it. I don’t really understand why academics and students don’t take a little bit of time to learn how to use citation software.
For the body cannot be easily contained by the consumption imperative. It discovers its own sexual and political being and overflows autonomously in many other directions as well. Or, as in the case of the state policies of economic and cultural austerity that have increasingly been imposed upon a recalcitrant underlying population, the body refuses to disappear as a subject.
– Stanley Aronowitz, foreward Martin, Randy. 1990. Performance as a Political Act. New York: Bergin and Garvey Publishers. p.viii
But it is the job of anybody who wishes to continue to write, particularly for the theatre, to extend their experience, not only to observe but essentially to live through as great a variety of experience as they can lay claim to, to explore this experience in depth as well as in breadth, and to find out, if possible at first hand, what is going on in the world at large, and how their society operates in particular.
– John McGrath (1981). A Good Night Out. London: Methuen, p.92
Thanks to Christian Burns for the link.
One piece of advice: train your body to its limits. As far as you can go without injury. Train like a strong young athlete. But train your mind and techniques like you are old, decrepit and sneaky.
– Rory Miller, http://www.ikigaiway.com/2013/interview-rory-miller-detentions-specialist-and-conflict-expert/
Thanks to Kristian Larsen for the link.