نشاط أكاديمي Academic Activity

قامت داليا بسيوني بالتدريس المسرح في عدد من الجامعات الأمريكية في الولايات المتحدة (هنتر كوليدج، بروكلين كوليدج، ليهمان كوليدج)، وفي قسم المسرح بكلية الآداب جامعة حلوان، وبتدريس الدراما في معهد السينما بالقاهرة. كما درست اللغة العربية في جامعة نيويورك والأمم المتحدة، ودرست اللغة الإنجليزية في عدد من الجامعات المصرية.
حاليا هي أستاذ زائر بقسم المسرح بالجامعة الأمريكية بالقاهرة.
تشارك داليا بسيوني في عدد من المؤتمرات الدولية الخاصة بالمسرح. كما تنشر المقالات والأبحاث الأكاديمية في الكتب والدوريات المتخصصة.

  • Book Chapter: “Performance Through the Egyptian Revolution: Stories from Tahrir” in Doomed By Hope edited by Eyad Husseni, Pluto 2012
  • Panel presentation “Making theatre during the Egyptian Revolution” Women in Action II , Kurdistan, Iraq 2012
  • Presentation and Performance “Theatre and the Egyptian Revolution” NYU-AbuDhabi Institute 2012
  • Book Chapter: “Egyptian Women Stage Directors” in International Women Stage Directors, edited by Anne Fliotsos and Wendy Vierow. University of Illinois Press, 2012
  • Paper: “The Dance of Identity in the Cultural Productions of Arab immigrants and their Descendants” in Rawi Conference Dearborn, MI, 2012
  • Keynote Speaker- Protests Arts Festival- Herare, Zimbabwe Oct 2011.
  • Book Chapter: “Descent as Dissent” in Patriotic Dissent: Political Protest Theatre after 9/11, edited by Jenny Spencer. Routledge 2011
  • Featured Speaker, National Arts and Democracy Conference Call. USA, March 2011
  • Paper: “Advanced Technology in a Basic World: Exploring the relationship between live performers and projected material in an Egyptian multi-media performance.” In Media Matters: Taxonomies of Multimedia Performance. ATHE conference, Los Angeles 2010
  • Paper: “Arab American or American Arab” Theatrum Incognitum Conference. Cairo 2010
  • Article: “Trends in Contemporary Arab American Theatre” co-authored with Marvin Carlson, in Performance, Exile and “America” edited by Silvija Jestrovic and Yana Meerzon, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
  • Article: “Nightingale on the Nile” in International Dramaturgy: Translations & Transformations in the Theatre of Timberlake Wertenbaker edited by Maya Roth and Sara Freeman, P.I.E. Peter Lang, 2008
  • Panel: “The Political Theatre of Arab American Women” in Actions of Transfer: Women’s Performance in the Americas presented by the UCLA Center for Performance Studies and the Hemispheric Institute. 2008
  • Guest Lecturer: “The Voice of Arab American Women Dramatists” Swathermore College, PA 2008
  • Panel: “The Rise of an Arab American Cultural Movement: Performing while Female” Intersections V- New WORLD Theatre 2008
  • Paper: “It’s MY Story: Performing the Autobiographical” RAWI Conference: Museum of Arab Americans, Dearborn 2007
  • Paper: “Arab American Women Comedy”, Association of Theatre in Higher Education [ATHE] conference- New Orleans 2007
  • Review: “Arab American Comedy Festival”, Theatre Journal, 2006
  • Guest Lecturer: “The Political Theatre of Arab American Women”, Davidson College, NC 2006
  • Lecture: “Silent NO MORE: Arab Theatre as Resistance.” Association of Theatre in Higher Education [ATHE] conference- Chicago 2006
  • Paper: “Arab American Solo Performance and Identity” Mapping Arab Diaspora conference – University of Michigan- Dearborn 2006
  • Lecture: “A Nightingale on the Nile: A Case Study of Issues in Translating Language/Translating Culture.” Symposium on the Theatre of Timberlake Wertenbaker George Washington University 2006
  • Panel: “Performance Art and Media” Arab American Area Study in the US Popular Culture conference in Albuquerque, 2006
  • Paper: “Planting the Seeds of Rupture: The Arab and American Youth Dialogue” in Performing Reconciliation Panel. Association of Theatre in Higher Education [ATHE] conference- San Francisco 2005
  • Guest Lecturer: “The Political Significance of Theater in the Middle East and the Diaspora” – Arts in Action in the Middle East Institute – Yale Center for International and Area Studies. Yale University 2005
  • Paper: “Arab American Artists: Searching for an Identity between Two Cultures” Performance Studies international [PSi #11] Brown University 2005
  • Paper: “Beyond Baklava: Arab American Women Do Political Theatre” in the Cultural Expressions panel -Middle Eastern Diasporas: (In)visible Minorities conference – Yale University 2005
  • Panel Chair: “Between History and Literature” Middle East Studies Association [MESA] San Francisco 2004
  • Paper: “Conceal and Reveal: Images of Moslem Women on Stage” – [PSi #10] Singapore 2004
  • Paper: “Devotional Performances for the Muslim Saint Al-Sayeda ‘Aisha” in Islamic Theatre and Performance panel, in ATHE conference- NY 2003
  • “Interview with The Wooster Group’s Kate Valk”- Didaskalia- Poland 2002
  • Round Table on “Contemporary Egyptian Theatre” – The Graduate Center- CUNY- New York, USA, 1999 [Published by the Graduate Center]
  • Paper “The (Im)Possible Alternative Theatre”- Experimental Theatre Festival- Egypt, 1998

 

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Doomed by Hope: Essays on Arab Theatre Performance, Exile and ‘America’ Political and Protest Theatre after 9/11