Faculty research areas

The following is a list of faculty that can supervise graduate studies in their listed areas of research. Graduate studies candidates are welcome to contact faculty members to discuss potential areas of research.

NameAreaContact
Associate Professor
Theatre
Theatre History: North American dance history, theatre history, especially modernism, Canadian cultural history and policy
Office: Phoenix Building, Rm 153
Associate Professor
Theatre
Performance: acting, movement for actors, devised theatre
On Leave 2018-19
Office: Phoenix Building Room 108A
Associate Professor
Theatre
Applied Theatre: drama/theatre in education, reminiscence theatre
Office: Phoenix Building, Rm 105B
Assistant Professor
Theatre
Design: Scenic, Costumes and Lighting, Canadian theatre
Office: Phoenix Building Rm. 111
Assistant Professor
Theatre
Voice and Speech in Theatre Classes
Office: Phoenix Building, Rm 153
Assistant Teaching Professor
Theatre
Acting, directing
Office: Phoenix Building Rm 143
Professor
Theatre
Design: Stage design (costume and set), especially dance, opera, musical theatre, film, television and special events; design history and cultural aesthetics
On Leave (Spring 2019)
Office: Phoenix Building, Rm. 130
Assistant Professor
Theatre
Canadian theatre history, theatre historiography, performance archives, performance theory, material theatre culture, devised theatre, experimental dramaturgy, geographies and flows of cultural production
Office: Phx Rm 109
Assistant Teaching Professor
Theatre
Acting, Directing, Production and Management, Self-Directed
Office: Phoenix Building Rm. 145
Professor
Theatre
Directing, dramaturgy, acting
Office: Phoenix Building Room 146
Assistant Professor
Theatre
Applied Theatre: theatre in war and (post)-conflict zones, theatre in developing settings, and more specifically the meaning of global economics, aesthetics, social justice and human rights within the field of applied theatre.
On leave 2018-20
Office: Phoenix Building Rm 108
Assistant Teaching Professor
Theatre
Production and Management and Theatre History: especially melodrama and British and North American theatre of the 19th and early 20th centuries
Office: Phoenix Building Room 147
Assistant Professor
Theatre
Performance: Acting, voice
Office: Phoenix Building, Rm. 144