Doctoral Faculty

UCI-UCSD Presidential Suite Reunion at ASTR, Minneapolis, 2016

Mentor Breakfast organized by Katie Turner and Guy Zimmerman. ASTR conference, Portland, 2015.

Great turnout from the UCI/UCSD joint program at the ASTR conference. Portland, 2015

Asian Performance Conference at UCI, 2008

Asian & TransNation Seminar, 2010

PhD Recruitment, 2014

Monthly PhD Program Meeting, 2014

Welcome Week, 2014

Faculty Panel at the PhD Recruitment Event, 2014

 

PhD in Drama & Theatre Program:

Introduction
Course of Study
Comprehensive Examinations
Advancement to Candidacy
Language Requirement
Dramaturgy
Doctoral Faculty
Current Doctoral Students
Alums
How to Apply

Department of Drama Faculty

Stephen Barker, Ph.D., University of Arizona;
Professor, Interim Dean: Performance Theory, Poststructural Theory, Beckett, Para- and Postmodern Theatre, Critical Literacy.

Ketu H. Katrak, Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College;
Professor: Ancient Sanskrit Theatre, African and Black Diaspora Drama, Feminist Critical Theory, Performance Theory.

Anthony Kubiak, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee;
Professor: American and Modern Drama, Critical Theory, Philosophy, Shamanism and Performance, Buddhism and Theatre.

Daphne Lei, Ph.D., Tufts University;
Professor, and Head of Doctoral Studies: Asian Theatre, Asian American Theatre, Intercultural Theatre, Gender Theory, Performance Theory.

David McDonald, Ph.D., Stanford University;
Professor Emeritus: Dramatic Theory, Irish Drama, Theatre History, Playwriting.

Ian Munro, Ph.D., Harvard University;
Associate Professor: European Drama and Performance, Early Modern Popular Culture, Theatrical Performance of Wit.

Bryan Reynolds, Ph.D., Harvard University;
Professor: Shakespeare, Renaissance Drama, Critical Theory, Transversal Poetics, Feminist Theory, Performance Theory, Cultural Studies.

Janelle Reinelt, Ph.D., Stanford University;
Professor Emeritus: Political Theory and Performance.

Robert Weimann, Ph.D., Humboldt University (Berlin);
Professor Emeritus: Shakespeare, Critical Theory, Modern German Theatre.

Frank Wilderson, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley;
Professor: Film theory, Marxism, Black Political Theory, Dramaturgy, and Cultural Studies.

Associated UCI Faculty

David Brodbeck, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania;
Professor: Department of Music, Romanticism, Modernism, Anglophone Popular Music since 1950.

Robert Cohen, D.F.A., Yale University;
Professor Emeritus: Acting Theory, Directing, Theatre History, Dramatic Theory and Criticism, Dramatic Literature.

Douglas-Scott Goheen, Ph.D., University of Denver;
Professor Emeritus: Scenic Design.

Susan Klein, Ph.D., Cornell University;
Associate Professor: Japanese Theater and Dance, Medieval Japanese Religions, Feminist Critical Theory.

Lynn Mally, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley;
Professor: Modern Russian and Soviet History.

Juan Villegas, Ph.D., Universidad de Chile;
Professor Emeritus: Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Theatre History, Theatre and Visual Communication, Spanish Theater, Latin American Theater.

Robert Folkenflik, Ph.D., Cornell University;
Professor Emeritus: Dept. of English and Comparative Literature, Restoration & Eighteenth-Century Drama, History of Criticism & Theory.

UCSD Faculty

Jim Carmody, Ph.D., Stanford University;
Associate Professor: French Theatre, Critical Theory, Co-Editor of Theatre Forum.

Emily Roxworty, Ph.D., Northwestern University;
Associate Professor: Asian/American Theatre, Performance Studies, critical race and gender studies, applied theatre.

Nadine Graves-George, Ph.D., Northwestern University;
Professor: African American Studies, Feminist Studies, Theatre History, and Dance History.

Jorge Huerta, Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara;
Professor Emeritus: Chicano Theatre, US Latino Theatre.

Marianne McDonald, Ph.D., University of California, Irvine;
Professor Emeritus: Ancient Greek and Roman Drama and their Modern Versions, Irish Drama, Japanese Drama.

John Rouse, Ph.D., Stanford University;
Associate Professor Emeritus: Modern and Contemporary European Theatre, Bertolt Brecht, Critical Theory.

Janet Smarr, Ph.D., Princeton University;
Professor: Late Middle Ages and Renaissance, especially in Italy and France, Women’s Studies and Literary Theory.