Dominique C. Hill
Dominique C. Hill, PhD, is a scholar-artist whose scholarship foregrounds the body as site and tool. In particular, her research agenda involves representation and imaginative productions of Black femininity and girlhood and deploying the body as a pedagogical tool in the classroom to create vulnerable and healing spaces. Her work is an assemblage of Gender & Sexuality Studies, Ethnic Studies, and Performance Studies theory and practice with goals of enhancing the lived and educational realities for Black girls and youth specifically. As a scholar-artist, she aims to create scholarship that is vulnerable, embodied, community accountable, transgressive, and arts-informed.
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In this installment, scholar-artist Dominique C. Hill interviews Omi Osun Joni L. Jones about the Theatrical Jazz aesthetic, and how it intersects with academic theatre.