Interview with Shirley Huston-Findley

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Title

Interview with Shirley Huston-Findley

Subject

Feminist Studies; Theatre and Performance Studies; Feminist Pedagogy

Description

This is an interview with Professor Shirley Huston-Findley who is a Professor at The College of Wooster, where she teaches in the theatre and dance department. In this interview Huston-Findley talks about how she has found intersections between the world of theatre, especially as a director as well as finding ways to incorporate feminist theory in everything she does. Even though her courses aren’t theoretically based around feminism, she does make sure to incorporate female playwrights, as well as female directors into the readings and discussions in the classroom. She also talks about the way bell hooks influenced the way she looks at pedagogy, and how to incorporate feminist pedagogy into the classroom. She has also been influenced by trying to find ways in which worlds intersect, and looking beyond second wave feminism.

Creator

Remtulla, Amrin
Huston-Findley, Shirley

Publisher

Unpublished

Date

2018-09-14

Contributor

Feminist and Queer Pedagogies Workshop, College of Wooster, funded by the Hewlett-Melon Foundation

Rights

Presented With Permission From Benny LeMaster

Format

Mp3

Language

eng

Type

Sound

Identifier

Huston-Findley_Shirley_Interview.mp3

Coverage

Wooster

Files

Citation

Remtulla, Amrin and Huston-Findley, Shirley, “Interview with Shirley Huston-Findley,” WGSS at Wooster: Past, Present, and Future , accessed July 22, 2024, https://woosterdigital.org/wgssatwoo/items/show/85.