Jasmine Mahmoud, PhD
PhD, Performance Studies
Assistant Professor, Arts Leadership
Building/Room: JEFF 401E
Jasmine Mahmoud’s research and teaching interests include artistic practices, race, cultural policy, and urbanism. An urban ethnographer, her work centers theater and performance studies, political economy, feminist/queer of color critique, and inclusive neighborhood processes beyond gentrification/displacement. She has published articles and reviews in Modern Drama, Performance Research, TDR: The Drama Review, and Women & Performance. She curated Black Lives, Black Arts (St. Louis) and Spectacular Labor (Chicago). An assistant editor of the Journal of Urban Cultural Studies, she also co-founded The Arts Politic. From 2014 to 2016, she served as an Arts Corps board member.