Naida Zukic


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Zukic, Naida. "Revolt of the Body in Stillness." Dance Studies Association, Vancouver, BC. Canada.

Zukic, Naida. "The Violence of Heteronormativity." QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking. 4.2. 150-161.

Zukic, Naida. "Performing Sara Ahmed's Willful Subjects." NCA, Baltimore, MD.

Zukic, Naida. "Silent Witness." Inequality and Social Justice Conference. BMCC, CUNY. NY.

Zukic, Naida. "Feminist Analysis: Tropes vs. Women in Video Games." BMCC, CUNY, NY.

Zukic, Naida. “Oneiroid Askesis.” Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies. 9. 4.

Zukic, Naida and Mirko M. Hall. "The DJ as Electronic De/Territorializer," DJ Culture in the Mix: Power, Technology, and Social Change in Electronic Dance Music.
Zukic, Naida. "The Weight of Meaninglessness." Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, and Central European New Media.

Zukic, Naida. "My Neighbor's Face and Similar Vulgarities." Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies. 5. 5. 1-12.
Zukic, Naida. "Webbing Sexual/Textual Agency in Autobiographical Narratives of Pleasure." TPQ. 28. 4. 396-415.
Zukic, Naida. "Sehakia’s Voices: Realigning the Zone of the Speakable in Cyberspace." Webbing Cyberfeminist Practice.

Zukic, Naida. “Embodied Ambivalence: Reiterating and Transforming Phallocentrism in The Pillow Book.” TPQ. 181-195.

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Individual Clients:

Joshua Gunn. (Communication Scholar). "Drunk Dialing Naida."
Micki Pellerano. (Filmmaker; Performance Artist). "The Triumph of Pan."

Raquel Monroe. (Dance and Performance Scholar). "How I Became We."
Elizabeth Whitney. (Performance Artist; Writer). "Wonder Woman: The Musical!"
Roetta Collins. (Actress; Writer). "Everything's Coming Up Ro'ses."
Gargi Shinde. (Actress; Jazz musician). "Conversations in Taal."
Rod Williams. (Pianist; Composer). "All About Jazz."

Institutional/Organization Clients:
Connexion Bizarre: Electronic Music Events, Interviews, and Reviews: Kinetik 4.0. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies. The study of performance as a social, political, philosophical, and aesthetic practice; as a methodology; and as a mode of critique.
CAVE: Space for Contemporary Performance and Visual Arts. "Spring Ferment Series."  Williamsburg, NY.

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Zukic, Naida.(2020): "Returning to Willful Ethics of Stillness." NWSA, Minneapolis. MN.

Zukic, Naida (2019): "Butoh Politik." Mellon School of Theater & Performance Research. Harvard University. Cambridge, MA.

Zukic, Naida (2018): "Performing Ethics, Rights, and Freedoms." National Communication Association, Salt Lake City, UT.

Zukic, Naida (2017): "Choreographing Violent Migrations." Congress on Research in Dance. Columbus, OH.

Zukic, Naida (2015): "Becoming Eye." NyamaNyama 2015: International Art Festival. Diébougou, Burkina Faso.

Zukic, Naida (2013): “Violence: Performing Convulsive Body Politik.” Tactical Bodies: The Choreography of Non-Dancing Subjects: The Congress on Research in Dance. University of California Los Angeles.            

Zukic, Naida (2012): "Oneiroid Rights & Freedoms." Backlash/ On Women's Basic Rights & Freedoms, SoHo20 Chelsea, NYC, NY. Zukic, Naida (2011): "Oneiroid Life." NewFilmmakers New York Film Festival, NYC, NY.
Zukic, Naida (2011): "Oneiroid Life." Ljubljana International Short Film Festival, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Zukic, Naida (2009): "The Weight of Meaninlessness." Digital Performance. ACT ART, London, UK. 

Zukic, Naida (2009): “Informe.” Williamsburg Art & Historical Center. New York, NY.