Sarah Bay-Cheng

Dr. Bay-Cheng's publications include  Performance and Media: Taxonomies for a Changing Field  (with David Saltz and Jennifer Starbuck Parker), Mapping Intermediality in Performance (with C. Kattenbelt, A. Lavender and R. Nelson, eds.), Poets at Play: An Anthology of Modernist Drama (with Barbara Cole, eds.), and Mama Dada: Gertrude Stein’s Avant-Garde TheatreA leading expert on intermediality, she has published articles and book chapters on digital performance, historiography, and culture, including, among others, Digital Historiography and Performance,” Theatre Journal 68.4 (2016),  “Digital Culture” in Performance Studies: Key Words, Concepts and Theories (Palgrave, 2014), and “Theatre History and Digital Historiography” in Theatre Historiography: Critical Interventions (University of Michigan Press, 2010). In 2015, Bay-Cheng was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship and served as visiting faculty at Utrecht University in the Department of Media and Cultural Studies. She frequently lectures on these issues at universities throughout the world and serves on the editorial boards and as Associate Editor for the International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media and the Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism, among others. Bay-Cheng now co-hosts the On TAP Theatre and Performance Studies podcast. She taught previously at the University at Buffalo, where she was the Founding Director of the Technē Institute for the Arts and Emerging Technologies, and at Colgate University.

The co-directors will be joined by twelve visiting faculty members including many of the world’s foremost scholars, theorists, and practitioners in digital humanities and performance.