|CITY TECH EXPERTS|
|Education:||PhD, CUNY Graduate Center; MFA, Florida State University|
|Expertise:||Theatre History, especially 19th- and 20th-century U.S. and African-American performers, juvenile performers, performance spaces, labor issues.|
"An American antebellum child-actor contract: Alfred Stewart and the shift from craft apprentice to wage laborer,” in Children and Entertainment: the participation of children in the entertainment industry." Palgrave Macmillan, 2013;
“The Master and the Mademoiselle: Gender Secrets in Plain Sight in Non-Text Based Antebellum Performance,” Theatre History Studies 27 (2007);
"Good Intentions and Fearsome Prejudice: New York's 1876 Act to Prevent and Punish Wrongs to Children," Theater Survey 42:1 (2001).