CV

Abbreviated CV

Education

PhD in Communication Studies 2023

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

MA in Theatre and Performance Studies 2016

University of Maryland at College Park

BA in Philosophy/Theatre 2007

Reed College, Portland, OR

Honors & Awards

Arts Innovation Grant (principal investigator, 2022-2023)

Awarded by Arts Everywhere, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in support of Daniel Dilliplane’s doctoral research-creation project: performance activism workshop Sensing Bodies In Common ($3000)

 

Collaborative Online International Learning Curriculum Development Award (team member, 2021)

Awarded by Connecting Carolina Classrooms with the World, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in support of Adam Vensenyi’s “Theatre and/after Pandemic” course in partnership with Queens University Belfast and the National University of Ireland, Galway ($4500)

 

Collaborative Online International Learning Curriculum Development Award (team member, 2022)

Awarded by Connecting Carolina Classrooms with the World, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in support of Adam Vensenyi’s “Theatre and Sustainability” course in partnership with Queens University Belfast and the National University of Ireland, Galway ($4500)

 

Award for Outstanding Achievement in Service and Leadership (2019)

Awarded by the Department of Communication, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Swain Studio Six Performance Series Award (principal investigator, 2018)

Awarded by the Performance Studies Faculty of the Department of Communication, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in support research-creation of devised, site-specific performance piece Utopia Machine ($1000)


Arts and Humanities Community Discussion Grant (principal investigator, 2017)

Awarded by ArtsView Children’s Theatre, Longview, TX, USA in support performance ethnography project Unpacking Longview ($1000)

 

Doctoral Merit Teaching Assistant Fellowship (2016-2017)

Awarded by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Graduate School to support doctoral study in Communication Studies ($50,000)

 

Spirit of InterPlay Award (2016)

Awarded by Body Wisdom, Oakland, CA to support continuing education in recognition of significant original research in participatory arts ($3000)

 

National Science Foundation Grant (team member, 2014)

Engineering Ethics Education Research, Ayush Gupta (PI), “Modeling the dynamics of integrated technical and moral reasoning in contexts of socio-scientific issues” ($225,561)

 

Theatre Patrons Association Scholarship (2014-2015)

Awarded by the University of Maryland at College Park to support graduate study in Theatre and Performance Studies ($35000)

Professional Service

InterPlay Performance Practice, Board of Directors for arts and education non-profit organization Body Wisdom, Inc. 2017-2021.

Grant Administration and Review for Racial Equity grant program, 2020-2022.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee, co-founding member, 2018-2022.

International Conference Planning Committee, 2019-2020.

 

Communication Studies Graduate Students Association, University of North Carolina.

President 2018-19; Secretary 2017-18.

 

Hurston Collective for Critical Performance Ethnography, University of North Carolina.

President 2017-18; Secretary 2018-19.

 

Graduate Association for Students of Performance, University of Maryland.

President 2015-16.

 

Graduate Student Government, University of Maryland.

Representative of Theatre and Performance Studies 2014-2016.

Publications

Dilliplane, Daniel. 2023. “Staging Progressive Dissensus and the Politics of Black Silence: Black Lives Matter, Bernie Sanders, and the August 2015 Rally in Seattle.” Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 20 (3): 325-342.


Dilliplane, Daniel. (proposal accepted, manuscript in progress) “Pedestrian Theatre as Critical Urban Historiography: The National Theatre of Greece's Topography of Death or Lest We Forget.Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, Special Issue: Walking as Applied Critical Practices.


Dilliplane, Daniel and Christina Banalopoulou. (under review) “Queering the Memorial: Antifascist Performance and the Murder of Zackie Oh (Ζακ Κωστόπουλος).Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies.