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Saturday, March 8 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Young Scholars Award Panel Presentation

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Panel features papers from the 2014 Young Scholar's Award winners.

Undergraduate School Category: Briana Valderrey for Bert Williams and The Subtle Black Pantomime.

Graduate School Category: Samuel Kolodezh for Spectral Laughter: Constructing a Modern Subjectivity through Humor in The Castle Spectre.

Briana Valderrey - Undergraduate Award Winner
Bert Williams and the Subtle Black Pantomime

Briana Valderrey is a recent graduate of the U of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she earned her BFA in Drama - Technical Production, focusing in stage management. Previously she has studied directing at Columbia U, and hopes to continue her education with a PhD in Performance Studies.

Samuel Kolodezh - Graduate Award Winner
Spectral Laughter: Constructing a Modern Subjectivity through Humor in The Castle Spectre

As a first year doctoral student in the Joint Ph.D Program in Drama and Theatre at the U of California, Irvine and U of California, San Diego, he is interested in the intersection between technology and identity, affect studies, and performance philosophy, alongside Shakespearean and Gothic drama, theatre and performance.

 


Moderators
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Sarah McCarroll

Associate Professor, Georgia Southern U
Sarah McCarroll is an Associate Professor of Theatre at Georgia Southern University, where is also serves as the resident costume designer and costume shop manager. She is the outgoing editor of Theatre Symposium and the Chair of SETC's History/Theory/Criticism/Literature committ... Read More →

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Saturday March 8, 2014 9:00am - 10:15am
RV Commodore Suite

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