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Julia Jarcho

Assistant Professor of English , Drama

Ph.D. 2013 (Rhetoric), UC, Berkeley; A.B. 2004, Harvard

Office Address: 

244 Greene Street room 715 New York, NY 10003

Office Hours: 

Spring 2016: Wednesdays 3:00-5:00 and by appointment

Phone: 

212-998-8812

Fax: 

212-995-8019

Personal Homepage: 

http://juliajarcho.com/about.html

Areas of Research/Interest: 

Theater and drama studies; modernism; critical theory; literary theory

Bio:

Julia Jarcho received a Ph.D. in Rhetoric from UC Berkeley in 2013, and an AB from Harvard. Her research and teaching focus on theater studies, modernist literature, and critical and literary theory. Her current book project, Writing and the Modern Stage: Theater Beyond Drama, will be published by Cambridge University Press. It argues that theater has offered a series of modernist and contemporary writers an imaginative site for negating the present, and thus cultivating a utopian sensibility; it seeks to challenge the prevailing common sense that identifies theatrical experimentation as a move "beyond" the literary. Julia is also a playwright and director with the company Minor Theater (www.minortheater.org). Her plays include American Treasure (13P, 2009), Dreamless Land (New York City Players, 2011), Nomads (Incubator Arts Project, 2014), and Grimly Handsome (Incubator, 2013), which won an Obie Award for Best New American Play. Her essays have appeared in Modern Drama and in Americana: The Journal of American Popular Culture.


Updated on 01/21/2016