Michelle Liu Carriger

Michelle Liu Carriger

Faculty-In-Residence - Saxon Suites

mcarriger@tft.ucla.edu

Michelle Liu Carriger is an assistant professor of theater and performance studies where she is at work on a book about clothing and performance of self in everyday life by examining fashion controversies in 19th century Britain and Japan. In addition to this research, she is a longtime practitioner of the Japanese Way of Tea and occasional theatre maker. Dr. Carriger teaches Theater history and performance theory with specialities in fashion, reenactment, Japanese performance, feminist and queer theories.

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Art History & Chicana/o Studies
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Germanic Languages
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Dr. Genevieve “Gena” Carpio
Chicana/o Studies
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Dr. Junghoo “John” Cho
Computer Science
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Dr. Keith Camacho
Asian American Studies
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Dr. Michael Rodriguez
Family Medicine
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Dr. Michelle Liu Carriger
Theater and Performance Studies
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Dr. Mike Hill
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Information Studies
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