Conferences

Completed/published

Short Title People Involved Related Fields
“The Use of Tattooing as Masculine Rite of Passage in Alfaro’s Electricidad and Moraga’s The Hungry Woman: A Mexican Medea," Comparative Drama. (2006) Critical Theory
“Tattooing in Two Contemporary Chicano Plays," National Popular Culture Assoc./American Culture Association. (2006) Critical Theory
 “Brown University Production of The Hungry Woman (A Mexican Medea): An Alert of Things to Come," Medea Myth: Mutations and Permutations Conference. (2006) Critical Theory
"You Are What You Eat: Mexicanidad and Producing Valdez's Los Vendidos," SW/Texas Popular Culture Assoc./American Culture Association. (2005) Critical Theory
 “Hope Seen From the Theatre of Death in Marisol,” Comparative Drama. (2005) Critical Theory
 Motherhood Research Group: “Subverting La Llorona in Loomer’s Bocón," ASTR. (2005) Critical Theory
"Reclaiming Rosaura Reveltes," Mixed Heritage/Ethnicity/Race Women's Studies Conference. (2004) Critical Theory
"Reclaiming Rosaura Reveltes," Mixed Heritage/Ethnicity/Race Women's Studies Conference. (2004) Critical Theory
"Picante or Szechuan?: Aquiring a Taste for Ethnic Performance," ASTR. (2004) Critical Theory
"La Llorona: Helpful Spirit for Children," SW Women Studies Conference. (2003) Critical Theory

Forthcoming

Short Title People Involved Related Fields
"(Gestural Ontologies): Simian Sociality in the Production of Early Modern Universals," Mid-America Theatre Conference (MATC), Houston, March, 2017 (2017) Scott Venters 17th Century, Drama, Performance Studies, Popular Culture
"The Violent Spatializing of Time:  Colonizing Utopian Imaginaries in Seventeenth-Century Barbados"  (2016) Scott Venters 17th Century, Ecocriticism, Global and Transnational Studies, Postcolonial, Race and Ethnicity, Religion
"DADA’s Queer Ontologies:  Tzara, Ball, and Pluriversal Politics at Cabaret Voltaire" MATC (2016) (2016) Scott Venters 20th Century, Aesthetics, Culture, Modernism, Queer Studies, Race and Ethnicity
“Framing Violence in Interspecies Relations:  Encountering Flesh as Neoliberal Spatio-temporal Imaginary in The Portland Meat Collective," ASTR 2015, Portland (2015) Scott Venters 21st Century, Activist Theater, Aesthetics, Ecocriticism, Performance Studies, Social Change, Social Justice
"Has Theatre Ever Been Secular?", Panel Organizer and Respondent, Religion and Theatre Focus Group, ATHE 2015, Montreal (2015) Scott Venters Global and Transnational Studies, Religion, Social Change, Theory/Criticism

Ongoing

Short Title People Involved Related Fields
2015 ASTR Working Group (2015) Robert Wighs Activist Theater, American Indian/Native American, Directing, Performance Studies

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