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Jashodhara Sen

Jashodhara Sen earned her master's degree in Theatre with an emphasis in Directing from Oklahoma State University in 2013. Jashodhara’s experience at Oklahoma State University as a scholar, artist, and pedagogue, prepared her to pursue a doctoral degree in Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder. Jashodhara specializes in South Asian diasporic theatre and performance, postcolonial and subaltern studies, theatre and social change, and digital autobiographical performance. She is passionate about investigating systems of hierarchies through her research and artistic practices. Her research and reviews have appeared in the Journal of Dramatic Theory and CriticismEcumenicaAsian Theatre JournalNew England Theatre JournalTexas Theatre Journal, and Journal of Performance, Religion, and Spirituality. Currently, she is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre Studies at the University of Florida. 
Jashodhara received an award from KCACTF (The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival) for directing Shakuntala, a classical Indian play adapted for the 21st-century audience and produced by the Department of Theatre and Dance at CU Boulder. Alongside her academic pursuits, Jashodhara is also working on a new project, a new play by Mashuq Deen for the University of New Hampshire, which will premiere on February 12th,2022. 
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