KELLEN HOXWORTH

Teaching

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

"African and Caribbean Theatre & Performance" (SP21)

 

"Research & Bibliography" (FL20, FL 21)

 

"Performance Theory" (SP20, SP22)

"World Theatre History II" (SP20, SP21, SP22)

"World Theatre History I" (FL19, FL 20, FL21)

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

"Race, Gender, and Performance" (WIN 19)

"Theater & Society I: Classical and Medieval Performance" (FL 18)

 

"Theater & Society III: 19th and 20th Century Performance" (SP 18)

"Postcolonial African Drama" (WIN 18)

STANFORD UNIVERSITY

"Performing Feeling" (SP17), co-taught w/ Rebecca Chaleff

STANFORD SUMMER ARTS INSTITUTE

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"Performing Feeling: Once More With Feeling" (SUM 16), co-taught w/ Rebecca Chaleff

HUME CENTER FOR WRITING AND SPEAKING, STANFORD UNIVERSITY

Writing Tutor (SP 14 - SP 17)

Oral Communication Tutor (SP 14 - SP 17)

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH

Introduction to Theatre Arts (Teaching Assistant; Claire Syler, FL 11 & SP 12)

SELECTED GUEST LECTURES

"The Freed Slave," Honors Program Colloquium, Professor Annette Schwabe, Florida State University, October 8, 2020

 

"Race Goes Pop: Blackface Minstrelsy and the Globalization of Popular Performance," Popular Music and the Racial Imagination, Dr. Francesca Inglese, Dartmouth College, April 16, 2018

"M. Butterfly: Staging Others, Theatres of Difference," Humanities 2, Professor Andrea Tarnowski, Dartmouth College, February 5, 2018

 

“Yaël Farber’s MoLoRa: Banishing Blood-grudge,” Revenge: From Aeschylus to ABC, Professor Diana Looser, Stanford University, May 24, 2016

 

“Persons and Things,” Performing Identities (Graduate Seminar), Professor Jisha Menon, Stanford University, February 29, 2016

 

“Music, Masks, Metaphysics: Theatrical Syncretism in Wole Soyinka’s Death and the King’s Horsemen,” Introduction to Theatre and Performance Studies, Professor Matthew W. Smith, Stanford University, April 14, 2015