Each year the Barnard College Department of Theatre hosts an occasional series of lectures and talks by artists and scholars, as well as by members of the Barnard and Columbia faculty, speaking about performance as a process and practice of inquiry. Stages of Inquiry was inaugurated by Assistant Professor Hana Worthen, who continues to curate it.
Glicker-Milstein Theatre, Diana LL200
The Canon & Its Double: Elfriede Jelinek in Translation & Performance
The Alter-Ego of an Arab-American Assimilationist
Hana Worthen and Kristian Smeds, Ethics of Translation: Kristian Smeds's Mental Finland
Ong Keng Sen, What's Left of the Intercultural after Globalizations?
David Greenspan, The Argument
From Page to Stage: A Discussion about New Plays and How They Are Getting Produced Now
Shayoni, Mitra, Violating Performance: Women, Law, and the State of Exception
Enoch Brater, Beckett's Shades of the Color Gray
A Theatrical Ménage-à-Trois: The Play, the Director, and the Dramaturg
Kristian Smeds in Conversation, moderated by Assistant Professor Hana Worthen