visiting editor and contributor
Mary Elizabeth Anderson, PhD, MFA is an assistant professor in the Maggie Allesee Department of Theatre & Dance at Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA. Mary's research and creative activity engages questions about the human relationship to place. Essays about performer training and site-specific performance have appeared in About Performance, Australasian Drama Studies, Body, Space & Technology, Brolga: An Australian Journal About Dance, Canadian Journal of Practice-based Research in Theatre, Journal of Dance Education, Research in Drama Education (RiDE) and Theatre, Dance and Performance Training. Essays about performance and community have been included in the edited volumes African Theatre: Diasporas (James Currey) and Embodied Consciousness: Performance Technologies (Palgrave Macmillan). Co-authored works with Doug Risner have appeared in Arts Education Policy Review, International Journal of Education & the Arts,and Teaching Artist Journal. She is the author of Meeting Places: Locating Desert Consciousness in Performance (Rodopi, 2014). Mary is from Northern California.
|01.||tree + steam (co-written with Richard Haley)||issue 14: February 2015|
|02.||Response and Responsibility: Art and Civic Engagement in Mike Kelley's Mobile Homestead (co-written with Richard Haley)||issue 07: June 2014|
|03.|| THE POLITICS OF POSSESSION
HOLDING A COUGAR BY A CHAIN LEASH: SOME CRUDE NOTES on MICHAEL HEIZER’S DRAGGED MASS, MATTHEW BUCKINGHAM’S IMAGE of ABSALON and theVULGARITY of DISAPPEARANCE in DETROIT (co-written with Richard Haley)
|issue 02: January 2014|