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Black Performance Theory 2002:
Theorizing As If Race Matters

BPT 2002 met at Stanford University, 10-11 May. The event was sponsored by the Performance Studies Workshop of the Stanford Humanities Center, the Committee on Black Performing Arts at Stanford Univeristy, and the Department of Drama, Stanford University. Thomas DeFrantz and Richard C. Green convened the event.

2002 Participants Included:

Hershini Bhana
Assistant Professor, UC Riverside
Ananya Chatterjea
Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota
Thomas F. DeFrantz
Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Harry Elam, Jr.
Associate Professor, Stanford University
Nadine George-Graves
Assistant Professor, Yale University
Richard C. Green III
Assistant Chair, Parsons School of Design
E. Patrick Johnson
Associate Professor, Northwestern University
Jason King
Associate Chair, New York University
Marya Annette Mcquirter
Independent Scholar
Fernando Passos
Assistant Professor, Florida State University
Venus Opal Reese
Doctoral Candidate, Stanford UNiversity
Anna Scott
Assistant Professor, University of California, Riverside
Faedra Chatard Carpenter
Doctoral Candidate, Stanford University
Brandi Catanese
Doctoral Candidate, Stanford University
Mae Henderson
Professor, UNC Chapel Hill
Peggy Phelan
Professor, New York University
Sandra Richards
Professor, Northwestern University


Kim Fowler
Rickerby Hinds 


Conference Support and Logistics were graciously provided by Brandi Catanese.