Environment and Cultural Geography

  • theatre and nation-building
  • theatre, space, and place
  • cultural dimensions of performance space and architecture
  • importance of cultural location in staging theatre
  • representations of rural and urban landscapes
  • urban theatre ecologies
  • the theatricality of cities
  • performance as public art practice
  • theories, histories, and dramaturgies of site-specific and environmental theatre
  • urban performance interventions
  • promenade or peripatetic theatre
  • performance on the streets (protests, parades, street theatre, strikes, etc.)
  • theatre, language, and cultural geography
  • theatre, performance, and ecology
  • theatre, performance and environmental activism

Faculty members who specialize in Environment and Cultural Geography:

  • Honor Ford-Smith
  • Darren Gobert
  • Alberto Guevara
  • Laura Levin
  • Janine Marchessault
  • Modupe Olaogun
  • Danielle Robinson
  • Don Rubin
  • Judith Rudakoff
  • Marlis Schweitzer