I WAS NEVER ALONE is a documentary play script and performance ethnography project that I am developing in collaboration with Joseph Megel (UNC Performance Studies artist-in-residence and director of FREIGHT) and collaborators in Russia. The script focuses on the personal narratives of seven adults with disabilities living in contemporary Russia, presented in a 90 minute … Continue reading I WAS NEVER ALONE ethnographic play in development
This week takes me back to North Carolina to work on logistics leading up to a planned workshop and staged reading that will take place at UNC-Chapel Hill Performance Studies during the first week of February 2016. The workshop will be the second process presentation for I WAS NEVER ALONE, a documentary play script and … Continue reading I WAS NEVER ALONE workshop and staged reading
As I settle into a new role as a postdoctoral fellow at the UCSD Studio for Ethnographic Design, I'm reflecting on all that happened during the summer of 2015 - what a packed few months it's been! A few highlights: The June 2015 conference of the Society for Disability Studies brought some great moments for … Continue reading Some Recent Links
I find out what a nerd I really am when I realize how excited I am for the Society for Disability Studies conference. The conference will take place this week, June 11-14th, in Minneapolis. This will only be my third time attending, but I truly love this community. I look forward all year to finding … Continue reading Society for Disability Studies takes Minneapolis!