Awards and Grants

OSCLG Cheris Kramarae Outstanding Dissertation Award

Awarded to one recipient annually, this award from the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender, is named after renowned scholar Cheris Kramarae, the main theorist behind Muted Group Theory for communication studies. It honors outstanding dissertations concerned with communication, language and gender.

PSC-CUNY 44 Research Award to fund "A Performance-Based Approach to the Feminist Philosophy of Écriture Féminine"

The Professional Staff Congress-City University of New York (PSC-CUNY) Research Award Program was established as a major vehicle for the University's encouragement and support of faculty research and leverage external funding. It seeks to enhance the University's role as a research institution, further the professional growth and development of its faculty, and provide support for both the established and the younger scholar. Awards are distributed by the University Committee on Research Awards, a faculty committee, and administered by the Research Foundation of CUNY. The award will fund the filming and editing of Experiments in Écriture Féminine (see performance page).

PUBLICATIONS

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PRESENTATIONS

 

Publications

Selected Conference Presentations

2010 - present

2010 - present

“Award Winners Panel.” Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender. Tacoma, 2012.



“Activism in the 3rd Wave: Establishing New Voice(s) in the Feminist Movement(s).” National Communication Association. New Orleans, 2011.



“Bridging Women’s Gynecological Stories in the Performance Space.” National Communication Association Convention, San Francisco, 2010.



“Leftovers.” National Communication Association Convention, San Francisco, 2010.



“Reframing the Digital Frame.” National Communication Association Convention, San Francisco, 2010.

“Agridulce.” National Communication Association Convention, San Diego, 2008.



“Both Sides Now: Gynecological Stories from a Womanly Perspective.” With Melissa Cameron. Women’s and Gender Studies Conference, Louisiana State University, March 2008.

“Butoh, Bodies, and Being: Destabilizing Western Critical (Im)positions.” National Communication Association Convention. Chicago, November 2007.

“Total Eclipse of the Speculum.” With Stacy Holman Jones and Sara Dykins Callahan.Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender, Omaha, 2007.



“Creating Performance Art Using Image Theatre.” Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed International Conference, Minneapolis, 2007.

 

“Free Counter-Clock Divisions.” With Roger Pippin. Patti Pace Performance Festival, New Orleans, 2006.



“Women, Bodies, and Performance.” National Communication Association Convention. San Antonio, 2006.

“Untitled.” Womyn’s Action Group Feminist Symposium, Performance as Public Practice: Imagining the Future of Performance Scholarship, University of Texas at Austin, 2004.

Creative Research (not included on Performance Page)

“Prometheus Project – Prometheus (Re)Imagined.” Co-Director. Elsewhere Theatre, Bowling Green State University, November 2010.



“The Double Life of Dr. Dapertutto.” Performer. HopKins Black Box Theatre, Louisiana State University, April 2010.



“Show + Tell.” Producer. HopKins Black Box Theatre, Louisiana State University, September 2009.



“DNA Play.” Performer. HopKins Black Box Theatre, Louisiana State University, March 2009.

 

“Love Thy Symptom as Thyself.” Performer. HopKins Black Box Theatre, Louisiana State University, September 2008.



“Bauhaus Places: Pliable Spaces, Bodily Traces.” Performer. HopKins Black Box Theatre, Louisiana State University, April 2008.



“Station to Station.” Director. HopKins Black Box Theatre, Louisiana State University, March 2008.



“Agridulce.” Performer. HopKins Black Box Theatre, Louisiana State University, February 2008.

 

“Barbie Undone.” Co-director. University of Northern Iowa Interpreter’s Theatre, April 2004.

“Hysteria in My Performing Body.” Solo Performance. University of Northern Iowa Interpreter’s Theatre, February 2004.

Education and Appointments

Courses Taught Include:

SPE 100 Fundamentals of Speech

SPE 245 The Mass Media

CUNY, Borough of Manhattan Community College
Department of Speech, Communications, and Theatre Arts.
Assitant Professor, 2012 - present.
St. John's University
Department of Rheotric, Communication and Theatre
Adjunct Assistant Professor, 2012 - 13.

Courses Taught Include:

Honors Public Speaking

Core Public Speaking

CUNY, Bronx Community College
Department of Communication Arts and Sciences
Adjunct Lecturer, 2011 - 2012

Course Taught: Public Speaking and Critical Listening

 

CUNY, Queensborough Community College
Department of Speech Communication and Theatre
Adjunct Lecturer, 2011 - 2012

Course Taught: Speech Communication

 

Louisiana State University​
Department of Communication Studies
Graduate Teaching Assistant, 2007 - 2010.

Courses Taught Include:

Introduction to the Performance of Literature

Gender and Communication

Interpersonal Communication

Public Speaking

 
University of South Florida
Department of Communication Studies
Graduate Fellow, 2006 - 2007.

Course Taught: Performance as Communication

 

 

Ph.D. in Communication Studies, Minor Women's and Gender Studies
Louisiana State University, 2012
 
M.A. Women's Studies
The University of Northern Iowa, 2004
 
B.A. Theater Performance
The University of Northern Iowa, 2001
 

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