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Faculty members

Contemporary Dance full-time faculty members have extensive professional experience directing their own companies and choreographing for major multidisciplinary productions. Talented professional artists from Montreal's vibrant dance community participate as part-time faculty and guest teachers, affording students the opportunity to experience a variety of movement aesthetics and artistic visions.

Faculty members are not only active artists but also innovative researchers in dance, interdisciplinarity, new media and technology. In addition, many of our graduates are making their mark here in Canada and abroad.

Full-time faculty

  • Professor, Contemporary Dance
    Chair, Contemporary Dance
    dance studies, dance and politics, epistemologies of dance education, dance histories, queer studies, dance analysis, choreography as knowledge system
  • Associate Professor, Contemporary Dance
    Co-chair of the Concordia University Task Force on Anti-Black Racism
    dance dramaturgy, contemporary circus, choreographic practice, transdisciplinarity, performing arts, dance technique, identity, ethnicity, voice, movement, performance, improvisation, human body, decolonial dramaturgies
  • Assistant Professor, Contemporary Dance
    Co-director LePARC - Performing Arts Research Cluster within MILIEUX Institute for Arts Culture and Technology, Concordia University
    expanded choreography, transdisplinarity, performativity, community, collectivity, bio politics, co-learning, scores.

Artists in Residence

  • Part-time Instructor, Contemporary Dance
    Dance Science, Dance Creation, Artistic Practice, Dramaturgy, Periodization, Cognition, Emergent Strategies
  • Artist in Residence, Contemporary Dance
  • Artist-in-residence, Contemporary Dance
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