Judy Halebsky, PhD

Judy Halebsky

Judy Halebsky, PhD
Co-Chair and Associate Professor, English
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Location: Angelico 327


PhD, Performance Studies, University of California, Davis
MFA, English and Creative Writing, Mills College
BA, Creative Arts, Mount Allison University, Canada
MEXT Research Fellowship in Japanese Literature, Hosei University, Japan
Monbusho Research Fellowship in Japanese Art, Kanazawa College of Art, Japan

Selected Publications

Judy Halebsky is the author of two collections of poetry, Tree Line and Sky=Empty, both published by New Issues Poetry & Prose. Fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, the Millay Colony, and the Vermont Studio Center have supported her creative writing. On a fellowship from the Japanese Ministry of Education (MEXT) she trained Japanese literature at Hosei University in Tokyo for three years. Her article on the cultural translation of Japanese Noh theatre won the Emerging Scholar Award from the Association for Asian Performance. She has published articles and book reviews in the Asian Theatre Journal, Theatre Research in Canada, and Canadian Literature, among others. In 2012, she received a Graves Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Humanities.