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Preconference

Performing Pedagogy, Engaging Technology

Date: Monday May 13 2019

Time: 1pm – 4pm

Preconference: Performing Pedagogy, Performance Pedagogy invites graduate students and educators across the disciplines to discuss performing pedagogy and performance pedagogy, especially as they relate to interactive media and technologies.


Conference Schedule

1:00-1:50 Opening and Keynote

  • 1:00-1:10: Welcome & Introducing the Conference – Kyueun Kim
  • 1:10-1:35 Professor Kimon Keramidas (NYU’s Experimental Humanities & Social Engagement Program) Re-composing the Ephemeral Past in Digital Media and Encouraging Creative Scholarship in the Performance Classroom
  • 1:35-1:50 Q&A

2:00-2:50 Session I. Digital Lectures and EdTech in the Classroom

  • Dr. Ryan Donovan: Incorporating EdTech in the Arts Classroom
  • Jared Pike: Rethinking Digital Lectures: Digital Storytelling in the Classroom

3:00-4:00 Session II. Socially-Engaged Pedagogy

  • Ashley Marinaccio: Stage Left: Socially-Engaged Pedagogy and the Digital Platform
  • Joseph Paul Hill: Disability Studies and Dramaturgy of Teaching (working title)
  • Laura Cabochan: Process Drama as an Immersive Theatrical Classroom Experience

4:00-4:05  A very very brief closing remark by Kyueun Kim 

Installation: 1pm-4pm 

Dr. Chloë Rae Edmonson: An Instagram Experiment in #Fashion and #Pedagogy


Organization: Performing Pedagogy, Performance Pedagogy is organized by Kyueun Kim as her Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program Independent Study. This project is advised by ITP Coordinator, Professor Michael Mandiberg with the help of Luke Waltzer (director of the Teaching and Learning Center) and Professor Jean Graham-Jones (Theatre and Performance). Performance Pedagogy, Performing Pedagogy is a pre-conference to the 2019 Doctoral Theatre Student Association (DTSA) conference and has received Doctoral Students Council (DSC) Start-Up Grant.

Kyueun Kim is a feminist, educator, and a Ph.D. student in Theatre and Performance at The Graduate Center, CUNY. Her research interests are: the epistemologies of technology and the human body, radical democracy and social performance at (digital) public spheres, and East Asian urban modernities and popular (media) culture. She enjoys teaching Speech Communication at Baruch College and is interested in the scholarship of teaching and learning. Kyueun is excited to do her 5th year WAC (Writing Across the Curriculum) fellowship at the Teaching and Learning Center from 2019 Fall.