Profiles in "Drama" Expertise Area

  • Joya Scott is a producer, dramaturg, director, and educator with expertise in devising, adaptation, new work, and multidisciplinary collaboration.
  • Angela Giron is the Program Director and a Clinical Assistant Professor of the Master of Liberal Studies Program at Arizona State University. She has developed numerous Humanities courses for the MLSt program.
  • Anderson's current research interests include the performance of gender; race, gender and sexuality in popular culture; feminist semiotics and phenomenology.
  • Scott has taught courses in theatre, film and television history, developed the Herberger online course Independent Film, and created FMP 330: Professional and Technical Writing for Film/Media Industries.
  • Cho's research fields range from Pre-modern Korean and Chinese literature and culture; Sino-Korean exchange and East Asian comparative literature; performance literature; and oral storytelling and folk literature.
  • Stephanie Fitzgerald is a literary historian focusing on American Indian and Indigenous literatures and histories of the book.
  • Bate is an international leader in green thinking and applied humanities, with scholarly expertise in sustainability as well as in Shakespeare, life-writing, Romanticism, contemporary poetry, theatre, and visual culture.
  • Ben Gansky is a PhD student in the Human & Social Dimensions of Science & Technology Program at SFIS. Ben researches issues pertaining to democratic tech governance; data theory, politics, & governance; & participatory civics