Painting Department presents
Open Lecture on Performance
affiliated with the course
Tableaux and/or Performativety
September 22 @ 6-9 pm
Metcalf Auditorium, Chace Center
Rebecca Schneider Professor of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies, Professor of History of Art and Architecture
Rebecca Schneider, Professor in the Department of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies, teaches performance studies, theater history, and theories of intermedia. She is the author of Theatre and History (Palgrave 2014), Performing Remains: Art and War in Times of Theatrical Reenactment (Routledge 2011) and The Explicit Body in Performance (Routledge, 1997). She has coedited the anthology Re:Direction: A Theoretical and Practical Guide to 20th-Century Directing and a special issue of TDR: The Drama Review on Precarity and Performance (2012) . She is a consortium editor for TDR, contributing editor to Women and Theatre, coeditor with David Krasner of the book series “Theatre: Theory/Text/Performance” with University of Michigan Press, and consulting editor for the series “Performance Interventions” with Palgrave McMillin. Schneider has published essays in several anthologies, including Psychoanalysis and Performance, Acting Out: Feminist Performance, Performance and Cultural Politics, Performance Cosmologies, Performance and the City , and the essay “Solo Solo Solo” in After Criticism. In addition, she has collaborated with artists at such sites as the British Museum in London and the Mobile Academy in Berlin, and delivered lectures at museums such as the Guggenheim in New York and the Gulbenkian in Lisbon.