Performance with COLLAPSS, Empire Books, Greensboro (23 Oct 2015)

I'll be performing in 1970’s / where to go now?, an improvisational performance with Brianna Taylor and COLLAPSS on October 23, 2015 at 7:30 pm at Empire Books (1827b Spring Garden St., Greensboro, NC) ...
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Paper at World Dance Alliance Asia-Pacific, Singapore (16-18 Oct 2015)

I will be presenting a paper entitled “Homeland as Beloved: Translating Viraha for (Post)colonial Contexts,” at the World Dance Alliance Asia-Pacific Conference at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore, from October 16-18, 2015. Abstract: This ...
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“Reimagining Citizenship”: a new Post Natyam Collective online exchange

In August 2015, I started a long-distance creative exchange entitled Reimagining Citizenship with the other members of the Post Natyam Collective, Sandra Chatterjee and Meena Murugesan.  This process-oriented research entwines theoretical and creative explorations on citizenship and its exclusions ...
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“Maud Allan Studies” featured in Manolagayatri Kumarswamy’s “Towards a Lesbian Transpersonal / Transnational Political Aesthetic”

Manolagayatri Kumarswamy's recent paper, “Towards a Lesbian Transpersonal/Transnational Political Aesthetic," analyzed the Maud Allan Studies, which I developed with Sandra Chatterjee and Meena Murugesan through the Post Natyam Collective’s Queering Abhinaya process.  Her paper was presented at the Geographies of Sexualities ...
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Ketu Katrak’s chapter on “SUNOH! Tell Me, Sister” published in The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Theater

In August 2015, Ketu H. Katrak's chapter, "The Post Natyam Collective: Innovating Indian Dance and Theater via Abhinaya and Multimedia," was published in The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Theater.  This book brings together border-crossing scholarship on the intersections of dance ...
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Paper Presentation: International Federation for Theatre Research, Hyderabad (8 Jul 2015)

On July 8, 2015, I presented a paper, "Cutting Across, Identity Politics, and Abhinaya: Transnational Queerings by the Post Natyam Collective," at the International Federation for Theatre Research conference at the University of Hyderabad in Hyderabad, India. Abstract: ...
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