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.

Conference Presentations

“Embodied Dramaturgies of the Critical Walking Tour: Commemorating Tragedies and Reclaiming Public Space in Contemporary Athens,” (accepted) International Federation of Theatre Research, Manila, Philippines, July 2024.


"Walking Tour Performance as Reparative History: Aya Shabu's Black Wall Street of Durham, NC," (accepted) Performing Space, Nafplio, Greece, July 2024.

“A Creative Cartography of Expanding Fascist Violence: The National Theatre of Greece’s Τοπογραφία του Θανάτου (Topography of Death),” (accepted) Cultural Studies Association conference, Savannah, GA, USA, May 2024.


“Η Zackie ζει (Zackie lives): Hope in the Face of Queer Death,” American Society for Theatre Research, Providence, RI, USA, November 2023.


“Voiced Silence: Tracing the Relational and Embodied Character of Voice,” Performance Studies Summer Institute, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, USA, July 2023.


“Techniques for Blending Theatre of the Oppressed and InterPlay,” Body Wisdom conference, Bangor, PA, USA, August 2018.  


“Examining the Relationships Between How Students Construct Stakeholders and the Ways Students Conceptualize Harm from Engineering Design,” paper contributor, American Society for Engineering Education conference, Salt Lake City, UT, USA, June 2018.


“Continuities and Contradictions in Critical Approaches to Institutional Engagement,” Feminisms Here and Now conference, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, March 2018.

“(Inter)Playing with Race: Art and Play as Social Justice,” Southern States Communication Association conference, Greenville, SC, USA, April 2017.


Arts Journalism in the Digital Age ,” panel co-organized with Sharmilla Ganesan, Phillip Merrill College of Journalism and the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, May 2016. 

 “Social Change and Aesthetic Heteronomy,” University of California Theatre and Performance Studies Mini-Conference, Santa Barbara, CA, USA, March 2016.


“The Final Curtain: A Conversation on Theories of Play, Performance, and Politics,” paper contributor, In Play!: Games, Aesthetics, and Performance conference, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA, March 2016.


“Six Degrees of Separation: Reducing the Steps Between Social Movements and Everyday Life,” Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed conference, Chicago, IL, USA, June 2015.


“Subversive Teaching and Teaching Subversion: Tools for Liberating Ourselves from Traditional Pedagogy, Subverting Academia and Subversive Academics: an Interdisciplinary Symposium at the College of Arts and Humanities,” University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA, March 2015.


“A Contemporary Lens for New Growth in Theatre of the Oppressed,” Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed conference, Omaha, NE, USA, July 2014.