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Book translation, Sehirler, published in December 2007, by Yapi Kredi Kültür Yayincilik: Reader, John. 2004. Cities London: William Heinemann. Citation for my translation: Reader, John. Sehirler. trans. F. Bahar Karlidag. Istanbul: YKY, 2007. Publications, Translations, 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

Walter Eugene Grodzik. "Parodies, paradox, pair o'divas: An oral history scrapbook of feminist opera's Derivative Duo." Diss. U of Washington, 2007.

Graduate, Dissertations Drama, Opera, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Theater History

Scott W. Cole. "Traumatized performance: Antebellum Methodist camp meetings and the re-making of the American frontier." Diss. U of Washington, 2007.

Graduate, Dissertations Drama, Theater History, American, 19th Century
Dramaturgy. Jason and the Golden Fleece. Seattle Children's Theatre. Seattle, WA. October - November 2006. Creative Work, Productions, Graduate Dramaturgy
"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
“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

Joshua E. Polster. "Rethinking Arthur Miller: Symbol and structure." Diss. U of Washington, 2006.

Graduate, Dissertations Drama, 20th Century, American

Kara Elizabeth Reilly. "Automata: A Spectacular History of the Mimetic Faculty." Diss. U of Washington, 2006.

Graduate, Dissertations Drama, Theory/Criticism

John A. Warrick. "The Medieval Theatrical Hell-mouth: Ritual/Colonial Formations and Protestant Transformations in Anglo/Saxon and Early Modern England." Diss. U of Washington, 2006.

Graduate, Dissertations Drama, Medieval, Religion, English
"You Are What You Eat: Mexicanidad and Producing Valdez's Los Vendidos." SW/Texas Popular Culture Assoc./American Culture Association. Albuquerque, NM. Feb. 2005. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
“Hope Seen From the Theatre of Death in Marisol.” Comparative Drama. Northridge, CA. March 2005. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
Motherhood Research Group: “Subverting La Llorona in Loomer’s Bocón." ASTR. Toronto. November 2005. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory

Elizabeth Geralyn Bonjean. "In the Shadow of Civil Wars: Performances of Cultural Memory." Diss. U of Washington, 2005.

Graduate, Dissertations Drama, Theater History, Performance Studies

Edwin K. McFall. "Tragic Hero to Antichrist: Macbeth, the Oedipus Tyrannus of the English Renaissance." Diss. U of Washington, 2005.

Graduate, Dissertations Drama, Shakespeare, 17th Century
"Reclaiming Rosaura Reveltes," Mixed Heritage/Ethnicity/Race Women's Studies Conference. Albuquerque, NM. March 2004. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
"Reclaiming Rosaura Reveltes." Mixed Heritage/Ethnicity/Race Women's Studies Conference. Albuquerque, NM. March 2004. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory
 "Picante or Szechuan?: Aquiring a Taste for Ethnic Performance," ASTR. Las Vegas, NV. November 2004. Conferences, Graduate Critical Theory

Gregory Dawson. "The nineteenth century origins of feminist solo performance." Diss. U of Washington, 2004.

Graduate, Dissertations Drama, 19th Century, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies

James M. Fitzmorris. "Summoning the spectacle." Diss. U of Washington, 2004.

Graduate, Dissertations Drama, Performance Studies

Sydney Elizabeth Cheek O'Donnell. "An exaggerated life: Franca Rame on the political stage." Diss. U of Washington, 2004.

Graduate, Dissertations Drama, Theater History

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