Graduate

Completed/published

Short Title People Involved Related Fields
Parodies, paradox, pair o'divas: An oral history scrapbook of feminist opera's Derivative Duo (2007) Adviser: Sarah Bryant-Bertail Drama, Opera, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Theater History
Traumatized performance: Antebellum Methodist camp meetings and the re-making of the American frontier (2007) Adviser: Odai Johnson Drama, Theater History, American, 19th Century
Dramaturgy. Jason and the Golden Fleece. Seattle Children's Theatre. (2006) Dramaturgy
"Creating a Young Epic Audience in Loomer’s Bocón,” SW/TX Popular Culture Assoc./American Culture Assoc. (2006) 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. (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
Rethinking Arthur Miller: Symbol and structure (2006) Joshua Polster
Adviser: Barry Witham
Drama, 20th Century, American
Automata: A Spectacular History of the Mimetic Faculty. (2006) Kara Reilly
Adviser: Sarah Bryant-Bertail
Drama, Theory/Criticism
The Medieval Theatrical Hell-mouth: Ritual/ Colonial Formations and Protestant Transformationsin Anglo/Saxon and Early Modern England (2006) Adviser: Sarah Bryant-Bertail Drama, Medieval, Religion, English
"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
In the Shadow of Civil Wars: Performances of Cultural Memory (2005) Adviser: Sarah Bryant-Bertail Drama, Theater History, Performance Studies
Tragic Hero to Antichrist: Macbeth, the Oedipus Tyrannus of the English Renaissance (2005) Adviser: Sarah Bryant-Bertail Drama, Shakespeare, 17th Century
"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
The nineteenth century origins of feminist solo performance. (2004) Adviser: Sarah Bryant-Bertail Drama, 19th Century, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies
Summoning the spectacle. (2004) Adviser: Odai Johnson Drama, Performance Studies
An exaggerated life: Franca Rame on the politicalstage. (2004) Sydney Cheek O'Donnell
Adviser: Sarah Bryant-Bertail
Drama, Theater History
Theatre Review, “Tek Kisilik Sehir (2003) Bahar Karlidag Critical Theory
Theatre Review, “Önemli Seyler Oluyor” (2003) Bahar Karlidag Critical Theory
Theatre Review, “Aksiyon ve Performans” (2003) Bahar Karlidag Critical Theory
Trnaslation, “Gerçekçilik” from “The Introduction/Realism” (2003) Bahar Karlidag Critical Theory

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