Assistant Professor in Theater Arts
Ph.D., Interdisciplinary PhD in Fine Arts
Dept. of Theatre and Dance, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
MA, Theatre, Dept. of Theatre, Miami University, Oxford, OH
BFA, Art History, Faculty of Fine Arts, Maharaja Sayajirao University, Vadodara, India
Office: 137 Franco Building
Dr. Radhica Ganapathy is an Assistant Professor of Theatre at the Penn State University's Berks Campus. She currently teaches the following courses: Women & Theatre, Theatre History (Focus: Western), American Theatre History, Theatre in Diverse Cultures, and the Art of Theatre (Survey). Dr. Ganapathy co-founded N.O.W. at Berks (New Original Works), an annual one act play student festival which actively encourages original playwriting. She continues to serve in her role as festival Producer. Her research areas and interests include: Feminist Theatre, Performance Art, Transgender/Transsexual Hijra Performance (Focus: India), and New Play Development. Her research engages in critical representations of race, class, gender, and sexuality in theatre and performance.