Associate Professor Dr. Ruth Hellier-Tinoco is featured in the Fall 2017 issue of the UCSB Diversity Forum Newsletter, distributed by the Office of the Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Academic Policy, Maria Herrera-Sobek. Read an excerpt from her "Faculty Feature" below, or click on this link to view the full article online (see page 17).
"Dr. Hellier-Tinoco is a scholar-creative artist and Associate Professor who focuses on Performing Arts (music, theater, dance), Performance Studies, and Cultural Histories. Based in the Music Department, with affiliations in Theater & Dance, Latin American & Iberian Studies, and Feminist Studies, her research and teaching explore questions of power structures, collective (post)memory, and performance-making. Since migrating to the USA in Fall 2011, Dr. Hellier-Tinoco has been particularly passionate about developing supportive pedagogical environments for undergraduates, facilitating interactive, experimental, and multidisciplinary learning, with an emphasis on embodied performance praxis." To read more, please see page 17 of the Diversity Forum Newsletter (click here to view it online).
December 5, 2017 - 11:29am