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VK Preston

VK Preston, Assistant Professor

Email: vk.preston@utoronto.ca
Office: UC A307
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Degrees:

EDUCATION

Ph.D.                             Degree conferred, 2014
Theatre and Performance Studies with a Ph.D. minor in History
Stanford University, Palo Alto, Theater and Performance Studies (TAPS)
Dissertation Title: “Sovereign and Forgotten Bodies: Performing French and Trans-Atlantic Baroques, 1581-1653”
Supervisors: Jean-Marie Apostolidès and Janice Ross (co-chairs)
Committee members: Paula Findlen, Mark Franko, and Stephen Orgel
Ph.D. Minor, Department of History, specialization in Early Modern Studies, Supervisors: Paula Findlen and Laura Stokes

UC Berkeley-Stanford Exchange Program, 2008-2009

M.A.                              Degree conferred, 2001
Binghamton University (SUNY), Binghamton, NY, Comparative Literature
Summa Cum Laude, Graduate Certificates in French Translation and Gender Studies

 

B.A.                               Degree conferred, 1999
Concordia University, Montreal, Liberal Arts College
B.A., including two years in Interdisciplinary Fine Arts (studio and performance)

Research & Teaching: History and Performance Historiography, Performance Studies, Intersectionality, Dance and Theatre, Early Modern Studies, Queer Performance and Dramaturgy

VK Preston is an Assistant Professor at the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies and University College at the University of Toronto. She pursues contemporary as well as historical research, writing on the witches’ Sabbath in the early modern Atlantic World, the colonial invasion of the Americas, performance art, early ballets, dis/ability, and choreography. VK is the recipient of an early career fellowship from Australian Research Council’s History of Emotions project and a short term fellowship at the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University. She has participated in research communities including the seminar on Early Modern Cross-Cultural Conversions at the University of Cambridge, the Sense Lab’s Immediations project in Montreal, the Universität der Künste Berlin’s KlangKunstBühne, and the Mobile Academy in Warsaw. VK is an inaugural member and contributor to the Mellon Dance Studies in/and the Humanities program. She completed her dissertation in Paris as a Stanford research fellow at the École normale supérieure and as an artist-researcher at La Cité internationale des arts. VK arrives in Toronto by way of a SSHRC postdoctoral fellowship McGill University’s Institute for the Public Life of the Arts and Ideas and a position as Visiting Assistant Professor (2015-2016) at Brown University’s Theatre Arts and Performance Studies program. She has received funding from SSHRC, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Mellon Foundation, the Montreal Mayor’s Foundation and Stanford University.

Her publications include “How Do I Touch This Text?: Or, the Interdisciplines Between, Dance and Theatre in Early Modern Archives” in The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Theatre (2015) as well as texts in TDR / The Drama Review, the Canadian Theatre Review, TheatreForum, and History, Memory, Performance. Her “Tendering the Flesh: the ABCs of Dave St-Pierre’s Contemporary Utopias,” co-authored with Dr. Alanna Thain, won the 2013 Richard Plant award from the Canadian Association for Theatre Research for best article in English on a Canadian topic in theatre and performance. She comes to performance research with a background in practice, and she teaches Laban-based movement research, dramaturgy, and interdisciplinary performance fundamentals.

Selected Research Awards

Connaught New Researcher Award, University of Toronto

Publications:

 

Articles and Chapters

 2017

(Forthcoming). “Baroque Relations: Indigenous Protest and Precious Metals in Early Ballet, 1626.” In The Oxford Handbook of Danced Reenactment. Ed., Mark Franko. New York: Oxford University Press.
2016

Preston, Virginia. “A Dictionary in the Archives.” In Performance Research, special issue on Trans/Performance, ed. Amelia Jones, 21(5): 85-88.

Petra Kuppers, Stephanie Heit, April Sizemore Barber, and VK Preston. “Mad Methodologies and Community Arts: The Asylum Project.” In Theatre Topics, special issue on Devised/Collective Performance. 26(2): 221-237.

2015
“How do I touch this text?: Or, the Interdisciplines Between: Dance and Theatre in Early Modern Archives.” In The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Theater. Ed., Nadine George-Graves. 56-89. New York: Oxford University Press.

“Un/becoming Nomad: Marc Lescarbot, Movement and Metamorphosis in Les Muses de la Nouvelle France.” In History, Memory, Performance. Eds., David Dean, Yana Meerzon, and Kathryn Price, 68-82. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
“Curating Performance: Artist as Curator, Curation as Act.” Introduction to “Views and Reviews,” on the Montreal International Symposium on Curating the Performing Arts. Canadian Theatre Review 162: 76-77.

2013
With Alanna Thain. “Tendering the Flesh: The ABCs of Dave St-Pierre’s Contemporary Utopias.” In TDR/The Drama Review

2009
Preston, Virginia. “Imag/ing Theater: Wajdi Mouawad’s Seuls,” Theatreforum 35: 17-25.

 

Editing

“Curating Performance,” Views and Reviews, Canadian Theatre Review 162 (guest editor).

Kornas, Tadeusz and Caryn Swift. Between Anthropology and Politics: Two Strands of Polish Alternative Theatre. Institut Teatralny. Warsaw, Poland, 2007.

Translation

Beauvoir, Simone de. “Must We Burn Sade?” in Political Writings. Trans. by Kim Allen Gleed, Marilyn Gaddis Rose, and Virginia Preston. Simone de Beauvoir Series. Eds., Marybeth Timmermann and Peg Simons. Illinois UP: 50-101.

Performance Texts

(Forthcoming). “Trans-scriptive Things” and “The Last Wor(l)d” in Imagined Theatres: Writing for a Theoretical Stage. Ed., Daniel Sack. New York/London: Routledge.

Reviews

Preston, VK. 2016. Tanya Tagaq in Concert with Nanook of the North in Theatre Journal 68(4), 649-650

Preston, VK. 2012. La Délivrance de Renaud: Ballet Danced by Louis XIII in 1617 (Brepols, 2011), Dance Research Journal 44(2): 95-100. (Book review).

Preston, Virginia K. 2010. “Voyages: Revisiting Québec’s Delegation to Avignon,” Canadian Theatre Review 144: 99-101. (Festival review).


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