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Author/Titlesort descending Research Type Related Fields
“British Sikh Flaneurs: How the Failure of Multiculturalism Produces a Contemporary Avant-Garde,”  plenary, ASTR, Portland, 2015. Conferences Drama, English, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Race and Ethnicity, Radical Theater, Reception Studies, Theory/Criticism
“Brown University Production of The Hungry Woman (A Mexican Medea): An Alert of Things to Come." Medea Myth: Mutations and Permutations Conference. Bristol UK. July 2006. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
“Casting Stare-able Bodies: Mabou Mines’ Dollhouse,” American Society for Theatre Research, Atlanta, 2017 Conferences Disability, Drama, Modernism, Postmodern, Radical Theater, Theory/Criticism
“Courts of Love and Performing Religious Justice.” Panelist, American Theatre in Higher Education Annual Conference, Detroit MI (Remote), July 2020. Conferences Theater History, Theory/Criticism, 21st Century, Dramaturgy, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Religion
“Finding the Border in the 2005 Mark Taper Forum Production of Alfaro’s Electricidad." Comparative Drama. Los Angeles. March 2007. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
“Forced Entertainment’s Live Simulacrum: Automata, Liveness, and the Human Actor’s Virtuosity,” plenary, ASTR, Baltimore, 2014 Conferences 21st Century, English, Experimental, Radical Theater, Theory/Criticism
“Forest, Orchards, and Fallow Fields: Chekhov’s Moral Philosophy,” invited talk, Chekhov in the 21stCentury: A Symposium, Theatre Department, Lewis and Clark College, June 28, 2018 Conferences Drama, Modernism, Theater History
“Framing Violence in Interspecies Relations:  Encountering Flesh as Neoliberal Spatio-temporal Imaginary in The Portland Meat Collective," ASTR 2015, Portland Conferences 21st Century, Activist Theater, Aesthetics, Ecocriticism, Performance Studies, Social Change, Social Justice
“Framing Violence in Interspecies Relations:  Encountering Flesh as Neoliberal Spatio-temporal Imaginary in The Portland Meat Collective," ASTR 2015, Portland Conferences 21st Century, Activist Theater, Aesthetics, Critical Theory, Popular Culture, Social Change, Visual Culture
“Hope Seen From the Theatre of Death in Marisol.” Comparative Drama. Northridge, CA. March 2005. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
“Performing the American Astronaut: From Fighter Pilot to Cold Warrior.” Innovation Series. University of Houston. March, 2017. Conferences 20th Century, Costumes, Historiography, History, Performance Studies, Popular Culture, Theater History
“Power Perspective, and Role-Play: Mock Interviews with Inmates.” Mid-America Theatre Conference. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. March 15-18, 2018. Conferences Devised Work, Social Change, Social Justice
“Restoration Sociability and the Post-Revolutionary National Imaginary in Dryden’s Essay of Dramatick Poesie,”  ATHE, Orlando, FL, August, 2019 Conferences 17th Century, 18th Century, Theory/Criticism
“Seeing the Light: Inspiration, Femininity and Religion in Tim Slover’s Virtue.” Presenter, Religion and Theatre Emerging Scholar Panel, American Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) Annual Conference, 4 August 2018. Conferences 21st Century, Dramaturgy, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Queer Studies, Religion
“Spinning in Zero G: Playing Astronaut as Touristic Experience …and Theatre Research,” Mid-America Theatre Conference (MATC), Milwaukee, 2018. Conferences 21st Century, Culture, Performance Studies, Popular Culture, Postmodern, Theater History
“Sweet Touch: The Sexuality and Power of Carmen in Simon Stephens’ Carmen Disruption.” Presenter, Comparative Drama Conference (CDC) Annual Conference, Orlando, 4 April 2018. Conferences 21st Century, Dramaturgy, English, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Queer Studies
“Tamburlaine and Sublime Auto-Generation:  A Lexical Geography of the Senecan Womb,” Renaissance Ethics Symposium, Yale University, October, 2010 Conferences 16th Century, Aesthetics, Ancient, Classics, Drama, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Popular Culture, Religion, Theater History, Tragedy
“Tattooing in Two Contemporary Chicano Plays." National Popular Culture Assoc./American Culture Association. Atlanta GA. April 2006. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
“The Glass to Discover Oneself: Social Media, Affect Theory, and Theatre.” Presenter, University of Wisconsin-Madison Theatre and Drama Graduate Student Conference, Madison, 14 April 2018. Conferences 21st Century, Reception Studies, Shakespeare
“The Incarceration of Language: Xhosa and the Performance of Race in South Africa’s Ubuze Bam.” Mid-America Theatre Conference. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. March 15-18, 2018. Conferences African, Social Justice
“The Last ‘Last Meal’: Reexamining Execution and the Performance of Power.” Mid-America Theatre Conference. Houston, Texas. March 16-19, 2017. Conferences Critical Theory, Social Justice, Theory/Criticism
“The Nature of Orca Encounters: SeaWorld Post-Blackfish.” Working Group, American Society for Theatre Research. Atlanta, Georgia. November 16-19, 2017. Conferences Ecocriticism, Museum Studies/Museology
“The Reclamation of Angst and Self in These Streets: A Rock ‘n’ Roll Story.” University of British Columbia Graduate Symposium. Vancouver, B.C. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
“The Use of Tattooing as Masculine Rite of Passage in Alfaro’s Electricidad and Moraga’s The Hungry Woman: A Mexican Medea." Comparative Drama. Los Angeles, CA. March 2006. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
“The Women of Grunge (Re)membered.” Mid America Theatre Conference Annual Meeting. Cleveland, OH. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory

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