Fulbright-University of Roehampton Scholar Award - Drama
Daniel Larlham is a performance researcher and theatre maker with a PhD in theatre from Columbia University and an MFA in acting from New York University. He has held academic appointments at Yale University’s Theater Studies Program, the Freie Universität Berlin, and Saint Mary's College of California. His articles have appeared in TDR: The Drama Review, Theatre Journal, Theater (Yale), Modern Drama, and Theatre Survey. His current research interests include drama and psychology, heroes and the heroic, and performance and ecology.
As a Fulbright Scholar, Daniel will be hosted by the University of Roehampton's School of Arts while pursuing his research project Heroism in the Anthropocene, which examines climate change and environmental activism from a mytho-dramatic perspective. Daniel looks forward to collaborating with faculty affiliated with the Roehampton Climate Network on workshops that combine eco-philosophy, the environmental humanities, and the expressive arts.