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THREE HISTORIES. Developing a Fluxable Forum: Early Performance and Publishing (O. Smith). Fluxus, Fluxion, Flushoe: The 1970s (S. Anderson). Fluxus Fortuna (H. Higgins). THEORIES OF FLUXUS. Boredom and Oblivion (I. Blom). Zen Vaudeville: A Medi(t)ation in the Margins of Fluxus (D. Doris). Fluxus as a Laboratory (C. Saper). CRITICAL AND HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES. Fluxus History and Trans-History: Competing Strategies for Empowerment (E. Milman). Historical Design and Social Purpose: A Note on the Relationship of Fluxus to Modernism (S. Foster). '5A Spirit of Large Goals': Fluxus, Dada and Postmodern Cultural Theory at Two Speeds (N. Zurbrugg). THREE FLUXUS VOICES. Transcript of the Videotaped Interview with George Maciunas (L. Miller). Selections from an Interview with Billie Maciunas (S. Jarosi). Maybe Fluxus (A Para-Interrogative Guide for the Neoteric Transmuter, Tinder, Tinker and Totalist) (L. Miller). TWO FLUXUS THEORIES. Fluxus: Theory and Reception (D. Higgins). Fluxus and Company (K. Friedman). DOCUMENTS OF FLUXUS. Fluxus Chronology: Key Moments and Events. A List of Selected Fluxus Art Works and Related Primary Source Materials. A List of Selected Fluxus Sources and Related Secondary Sources. Index.