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KELLEN HOXWORTH

Teaching

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

"Race, Gender, and Performance" (WIN19)

"Theater & Society I: Classical and Medieval Performance" (FL18)

 

"Theater & Society III: 19th and 20th Century Performance" (SP18)

"Postcolonial African Drama" (WIN18)

STANFORD UNIVERSITY

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

"Undergraduate Performance Project: The Tempest" (Teaching Assistant; Professor Amy Freed, WIN17)

Guest Lecture: “Aimé Césaire, Une Tempête [A Tempest],” February 27, 2017

 

"Transnational Sexualities" (Teaching Assistant; Professor Jisha Menon, SP16)

Guest Lectures: “Sexual Apartheid,” May 26, 2016; “Transnational Desires,” May 12, 2016

"The Ethics of Anonymity" (Teaching Assistant; Vice-Provost Harry J. Elam, Jr., WIN16)

"Undergraduate Performance Project: Oh! What a Lovely War" (Teaching Assistant; Professors Leslie Hill and Helen Paris, WIN16)

Guest Lectures: “Konstantin Stanislavsky: Psycho-Physical Gesture,” January 28, 2016; “Vsevolod Meyerhold: Biomechanics in Action,” February 4, 2016

"Law and Drama" (Teaching Assistant; Professor Branislav Jakovljevic, FL15)

Guest Lecture: “Truth over Justice? Retribution and Restoration in Ubu and the Truth Commission,” November 19, 2015

STANFORD SUMMER ARTS INSTITUTE

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"Performing Feeling: Once More With Feeling" (SUM16), co-taught w/ Rebecca Chaleff

HUME CENTER FOR WRITING AND SPEAKING, STANFORD UNIVERSITY

Writing Tutor (SP14-SP17)

Oral Communication Tutor (SP14-SP17)

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH

Introduction to Theatre Arts (Teaching Assistant; Claire Syler, FL 2011 & SP 2012)

SELECTED GUEST LECTURES

"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

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

"Race, Gender, and Performance" (WIN19)

"Theater & Society I: Classical and Medieval Performance" (FL18)

 

"Theater & Society III: 19th and 20th Century Performance" (SP18)

"Postcolonial African Drama" (WIN18)

"World Theatre History II" (SP20)

"World Theatre History I" (FL19)