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Associate Professor of Performance Studies
Associate Professor, Graduate Coordinator, Area Head, Undergraduate Dramatic Writing
Senior Academic Professional, Artistic Director, Ideas for Creative Exploration, Joint appointment with the School of Art
(706) 542-7270
Academic Advisor II, Student Support and Outreach Coordinator
(706) 583-0045
PhD Performance Studies
Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor, Performance Area Head, Director of London Study Abroad, Affiliate Faculty, Institute for Women's Studies
(706) 202 9664
PhD Performance Studies
Academic Professional
Associate Professor
MFA Dramatic Media
Academic Professional, Stage Management Supervisor, Costume and Makeup Supervisor
(706) 542-2312
Associate Professor, Dramatic Media/IDS Animation
(706) 542-2095
Head of Design Area, Associate Professor
(706) 542-2837
Academic Professional
Assistant Professor, Theatre , Institute for African American Studies
PhD Performance Studies
PhD Performance Studies
Associate Professor, Movement, Mask, Puppetry & Staged Violence
PhD Performance Studies
Technical Director
Wheatley Professor of the Arts, Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor
(706) 542-2084
Associate Professor, Director of Theatre Studies Abroad Program, Cortona
(706) 542-2085
Department Head, Associate Professor
Professor, Studies Abroad Program, India
(706) 542-2089
MFA Performance, Storyteller
Associate Professor, Joint appointment with Romance Languages, Undergraduate Coordinator
Professor, Area Head and PhD Coordinator, Theatre Theory/History and Performance Studies; Executive Director, Ideas for Creative Exploration
(706) 542-2091
PhD Performance Studies

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