Dr. Deanna B. Shoemaker, Ph.D.
Ph.D. Communication Studies (Performance Studies, Gender Studies), University of Texas at Austin
M.A. Communication Studies (Performance Studies, Rhetoric), University of Texas at Austin
B.F.A. Acting (Theatre Conservatory), Webster University, St. Louis, MO
Performance of Identity; Collaborative Directing and Devising; Critical Performance Pedagogy; Performance Auto/Ethnography; Performance Art and Social Justice; Performative Writing;
Shoemaker, D. (2019). Stepping into Prison: Communication activism and pedagogy beyond Classrooms. Cultural StudiesóCritical Methodologies. https://doi.org/10.1177/1532708619843560
Clayton, P., Stokamer, S., Garvin, L., Shoemaker, D., Muse, S., Norvell, K. (2019). Practical wisdom on “co-“ in research on service learning. In Bringle, R., Hahn, T. & Hatcher, J. (Eds.), Practical Wisdom for Conducting Research on Service Learning: Pursuing Quality and Purpose. Stylus Publishing.
Shoemaker, D. & Carr, T. (2017). Hauntings: Marking flesh, time, memory. Text and Performance Quarterly, 37:1, 68-83.
Shoemaker, D. & Carr, T. (2017, VIDEO). Hauntings: Marking flesh, time, memory. Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies,13:2. http://liminalities.net/13-2/hauntings.html
Shoemaker, D. & Dell, C. (2017, VIDEO). Mamafesto! (Why superheroes wear capes). Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies, 13:3. http://liminalities.net/13-3/
Shoemaker, D. (2013). Autoethnographic journeys: Performing possibilities/utopias/futures. Handbook of Autoethnography. Adams, T.; Ellis, C.; Holman Jones, S., Eds. Left Coast Press.
“Alternatives to Violence Project” Certified Co-Facilitator of conflict transformation workshops in prison and community settings
Service Learning and Community Engagement course/student partnerships with Interfaith Neighbors, KYDS, Trinity Episcopal, Visiting Nurses Association in Asbury Park, NJ.
Siren Arts Sonic Drawing: Lines in the Sand (choreographer, performer). Asbury Park, NJ
Internat’l Assoc. for Research on Service Learning & Community Engagement
National Communication Association member/presenter
International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry member/presenter
Fusebox Festival, Austin Tx.
Awards and Honors
2018-2019 Awarded Urban Coast Institute Faculty Enrichment Grant for “Service Learning and Community Engagement Creative Oral Expression Project” focused on impact of gentrification in Asbury Park, NJ.
2017, July. Invited Keynote: Critical Autoethnography and Activist Practices in Neoliberal University and Prison Settings. Critical Autoethnography and Activism Conference, Monash University. Melbourne, Australia.
2017-2018 Awarded One year Research Sabbatical
2016-2017 Awarded 1st annual Monmouth U. Service Learning Faculty Fellowship
2013-2014 Awarded Monmouth U. Stanley Traveling Fellowship to support Teaching in Humanities