Latina/o/x Theatre Scholar Database (Responses)
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TimestampNameEmailCityPrimary Institutional Affiliation Job TitleSecondary Affiliation (optional)Terminal DegreeWhat is your academic interest or specialty? (30 words or less)Anything else we should know?
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8/18/2016 19:16:34Irma Mayorgafindstories@gmail.comHanover, NHDartmouth CollegeAssistant Professor of TheaterMFA, PhDU.S. Latina/o Theater and Performance, Chicana Cultural Production, U.S. American Contemporary TheaterPlaywright, director, dramaturge, and designer
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8/19/2016 0:00:03Teresa MarreroTeresa.Marrero@unt.eduDallas, TXUniversity of North Texas, DentonProfessor of Latin American and Latina/o Theater, SpanishDepartment of Dance and TheaterPhDLatinx theater and performance, theater of the Americas, Texas regional theater, organizational theoriesI teach both in Spanish and in English and have a book of short stories (Spanish) and 2 plays (ine in Spanish, the other in English). I am interested in the junction of Asian (Korean) and Latin popular cultures (Kdramas, aka telenovelas)..
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8/19/2016 12:11:43Marci McMahon
marci.mcmahon@utrgv.edu
McAllen, TXUniversity of Texas Rio Grande ValleyAssociate ProfessorPhDChicanx/Latinx literature and cultural studies with a focus on theater and peformance, gender and sexuality studies, sound studies
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8/19/2016 12:26:09Maria Patrice Amonpatriceamon@gmail.comSan Diego, CASan Diego State University Adjunct ProfessorPhDLatino Theatre, dramaturgy, critical theory
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2/23/2017 13:57:57Emily Aguilaremilyaguilarthomas@gmail.comToledo, OH/Austin, TXBowling Green State UniversityInstructor of TheatreThe University of Texas at AustinMFA, Drama and Theatre for Youth and CommunitiesApplied Theatre, Devising, Interactive Theatre/Theatre for Dialogue, Theatre for Young Audiences, Digital Storytelling, Community-Based Theatre, Dramaturgy, Directing, Latinx and Indigenous Performance and RepresentationI primarily specialize in devising original work with communities of color around critical social issues or questions. I have worked extensively as a teaching artist, community-based artist, and dramaturg.
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2/23/2017 14:21:13Jorge A. Huertajhuerta@ucsd.eduGlendale, CAProfessor Emeritus UC San DiegoChismoso in ChiefPh.D.The history and evolution of Chicana/o and Latix Theatre and PerformanceI am also a director
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2/23/2017 16:47:02Trevor Boffone
trevor.boffone@gmail.com
Houston, TejasUniversity of Houston
Lecturer in Spanish and Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
50 Playwrights ProjectPhD in Spanish, University of HoustonGender, sexuality, ethnicity, community, and solo performance in Latin@ Theatre. Los Angeles and Texas regional theatre. I'm co-editing (w/ Teresa Marrero & Chantal Rodriguez) an anthology of new Latin@ plays from the LTC/LATC Encuentro.
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2/23/2017 19:23:36Chantal Rodriguez
chantal.rodriguez@yale.edu
New Haven, CTYale School of DramaAssistant DeanPh.D. (Theater and Performance Studies)U.S. Latinx Theater and Performance
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2/23/2017 23:26:48Olga Sanchez Saltveitosanchez@uoregon.eduEugene, ORUniversity of OregonGraduate Teaching FellowMilagro2nd year PhDContemporary Latinx theatre, AfroLatinx, Feminisms
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2/24/2017 14:36:01
José Juan Gómez-Becerra
jjgomez2@asu.eduTempe, AZArizona State UniversityPhD Candidate, SpanishABD - graduation May 2018Space and Place in Xicanx theater; Teatro chicano/a en españolI co-edit Circunloquios revista de estudios culturales. National Association of Chicana Chicano Studies (NACCS) Rocky Mountain Foco representative (March 2017-March 2019).
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2/24/2017 22:27:57Maria Enriquezmse19@psu.eduMiddletown, PAPenn State Harrisburg Lecturer in TheatreUniversity of PittsburghPhD Candidate, MFAContemporary Latinx Theatre and Performance Studies, Critical Race Studies, Cultural Studies Maria Enriquez is a scholar/artist, K. Leroy Irvis fellow, and serves on the editorial board of Etudes, an online, peer-reviewed performance studies journal for emerging scholars. She has presented her research at the following conferences: Association for Theatre in Higher Education, American Society for Theatre Research, Performing The World, Mid-America Theatre Conference, and the International Federation for Theatre Research.
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5/12/2017 22:18:16Patricia Herrerapherrera@richmond.edu
Richmond, Virginia
University of RichmondAssociate ProfessorPh.D. Theatre as Social Change; 20th & 21st American Theatre and Performance; Latina/o Cultural Production; Solo Performance; Documentary Theatre; Gender and Performance; and Hip Hop Theatre and Performance. Dramaturgy, producer...
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5/28/2017 9:38:20Elena Machado Sáezems040@bucknell.eduLewisburg, PABucknell UniversityProfessor of EnglishPhD in English from SUNY Stony BrookUS Latinx literature and performance, Caribbean diasporic literatureMy current research is on Lin-Manuel Miranda's In The Heights and Hamilton (http://elenamachado.blogs.bucknell.edu/work-in-progress/). I'm also working on Twitter as a digital archives of Latinx-Caribbean writing.
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4/3/2018 13:49:03Carla Della Gattadellagat@usc.eduLos AngelesUniversity of Southern California
Assistant Professor of Critical Studies - Theatre
PhD
Latinx Theatre, Shakespeare, LGBTQ Theatre, teatro de Siglo de Oro, whiteness studies, critical race and ethnicity studies, postcolonial feminisms
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4/3/2018 14:35:59Rachel DeSoto-Jacksonjackson@iup.eduPittsburgh, PA Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Assistant Professor of Applied Theater
MFA Performance Pedagogy
Applied Theatre; Theatre of the Oppressed; Theatre for Social Change; Theatre for Young Audiences, U.S. Chicanx/Latinx cultural performance, representation, and identity; Equity, Diversity, Inclusion training; Simulated Patient Training; Directing, Dramaturgy, Devising, Arts Administration
Rachel DeSoto-Jackson is an Assistant Professor of Applied Theater, Director of SPATE (Simulated Patient/Applied Theater Ensemble) and Managing/Education Director of Footlight Players youth theater at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. As a Chicana/Latina educator, scholar, and theatre-maker, her work focuses on promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion through Applied Theater methods. Her artistic practice, scholarship, and teaching explore these practices within non-traditional settings and with interdisciplinary fields. Rachel currently serves as a Board Member for the Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed organization and on the Editorial Board of the organization’s journal. She has developed workshops, presentations, lectures, and course designs on various applications of Applied Theatre.
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4/3/2018 20:31:08Daphnie Sicredsicre@bmcc.cuny.eduNew York City
Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY
Assistant Professor
New York University/Marymount Manhattan College
M.A & Ph.D. in Educational Theatre with Communities and Colleges
Afro-Latinx Theatre/ Black Theatre/ US Latinx Theatre/Latin American Theatre/Social Change Theatre/Theatre for Young Audiences/ Siglo del Oro/
I am already on the list but it needs to be updated; hence why I am fling it out again.
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4/3/2018 22:09:48Michelle Riosmmrios@ualberta.ca
Edmonton (Canada)
Grande Prairie Regional CollegeDrama InstructorMFA
Concentrations include: Theatre Practice/Performance, Musical Theatre Performance (Acting/Voice/Song Interpretation), Play Analysis, Scene Study, Directing, Devised Theatre and Collective Creation, Community-based Theatre Practice and Facilitation, and Arts in Education.
I am a Broadway veteran, educator, writer, director, and performing arts facilitator with over twenty-five years of professional experience. Some of my theatrical credits include supporting roles in the Tony-Award nominated Broadway production of The Capeman, ​the Tony Award nominated Broadway revivals of The Sound of Music and Man of La Mancha, and the Tony Award Winner for Best Musical In the Heights opposite Lin Manuel Miranda. I have worked alongside Paul Simon, Placido Domingo, Marc Anthony, Eva Longoria, Danny Trejo, and Academy Award nominees Ed Harris, Mary Elizabeth Mastroantonio, and Mare Winningham, among others. My practice and research are rooted in the methodologies and theories of Stanislavski, Spolin, Meisner, Boal, and others. Acting styles and texts range from Greek Tragedy to Shakespeare, Commedia to Expressionism, French Neoclassicism to American Melodrama, and explorations in Brecht’s Epic Theatre, Augusto Boal’s Theatre of the Oppressed, and Anne Bogart’s The Viewpoints.
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8/21/2018 18:46:56Noe Monteznoe.montez@tufts.eduMedfordTufts University
Associate Professor and Director of the Phd in Theatre and Performance Studies
PhDLatinx/ Latin American PerformanceI'm actively looking for prospective PhD students
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