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Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
The Octopus: Becoming Guatemalan in a Home Depot Parking Lot.” American Society for Theatre Research 2013 Annual Meeting. Dallas, TX. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
"Enacting Engravings: The Pictorial Narrative of Il Pomo d'Oro," Mid-America Theatre Conference, March 2013. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
"Silencing the Fool: The Hanswurst Controversy of 18th Century Vienna," American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, April 2013. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
"The Octopus: Becoming Guatemalan in a Home Depot Parking Lot," You Are Here: The Post-Thematic Conference, The American Society for Theatre Research, November 2013. Conferences Critical Theory
"'The Most Famous Man in the U.S. Meets the Most Famous Woman in France': Thomas Edison, Sarah Bernhardt and the Birth of Motion Pictures," You Are Here: The Post-Thematic Conference, The American Society for Theatre Research, November 2013. Conferences Critical Theory, Film/Cinema
"First Person, Plural," You Are Here: The Post-Thematic Conference, The American Society for Theatre Research, November 2013. Conferences Critical Theory
"Stained by Tears: Circulation of Affect in Professional and Amateur Performance in Early Modern Osaka," You Are Here: The Post-Thematic Conference, The American Society for Theatre Research, November 2013. Conferences Critical Theory
"Emanuel Fried’s Working Class Theatre, You Are Here: The Post-Thematic Conference, The American Society for Theatre Research, November 2013. Conferences Critical Theory
"Taksim Square, Squared," You Are Here: The Post-Thematic Conference, The American Society for Theatre Research, November 2013. Conferences Critical Theory
“Unborn Narratives of Time and Subjective Enunciation in Soyinka’s Death and the King’s Horseman,” Frontiers and Borders, Oklahoma State University, March, 2012  Conferences 20th Century, African, Critical Theory, Drama, Postcolonial, Religion, Social Change, Theater History
"Food in  José Cruz Gonzalez’s Calabasas Street," SW/TX Popular/American Culture. Albuquerque, NM. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
"The Commerce of Textual Sex: How Ken Davenport Made My First Time." American Society for Theatre Research Conference, November 2011. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
“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
"Latino Theatre for Young Audiences." presented: "Marketing to a New Audience: Seattle Children's Theatre and Tomás and the Library Lady.” Association for Theatre in Higher Education. New York, NY. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
"Latino Theatre for Young Audiences," Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
"The Theoretical Work of Jose Cruz Gonzalez." ATHE. Los Angeles, CA. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
"Mourning in Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl," Comparative Drama. Los Angeles, CA. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
"Girls Who Do Boys: Teatro Luna’s MACHOS.” SW/TX Popular/American Culture. Albuquerque, NM. February 2009. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
Article Writing Seminar for the Latino Theatre Focus Group, ATHE. Denver, CO. August 2008. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
“Finding the Border in the 2005 Mark Taper Forum Production of Alfaro’s Electricidad." Comparative Drama. Los Angeles. March 2007. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
"Teatro Visión’s 2006 Production of Alfaro’s Electricidad: Reclaiming the Mexican Heritage Plaza," ATHE. New Orleans, LA. July 2007. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
“Weeping Women of Electricidad." Comparative Drama. Los Angeles, CA. March 2007. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
"Creating a Young Epic Audience in Loomer’s Bocón.” SW/TX Popular Culture Assoc./American Culture Assoc. Albuquerque NM. February 2006. 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
“Tattooing in Two Contemporary Chicano Plays." National Popular Culture Assoc./American Culture Association. Atlanta GA. April 2006. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory

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