Adjunct Assistant Professor
Margaret (Meg) Araneo is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Theater at Brooklyn College. She holds a Ph.D. in Theater History from the Graduate Center, CUNY, an MFA in Acting from Carnegie Mellon University, and a BA in Political Science from Johns Hopkins University. Meg teaches courses at several universities in New York, including NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, the New School’s Lang College, and Columbia University’s School of the Arts. Her research focuses on the intersection of modernist performance and neuropsychology. Meg has published material in PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, Cosmopolitan Review, and Slavic and East European Performance. In addition to her scholarly work, Meg has collaborated on several performance projects in New York City. Her current original project, Salomania, which she is writing and directing, was presented as a work-in-progress at Teatro Círculo and the Martin E. Segal Center. Meg co-founded the non-profit organization Citizen Arts and Education and currently serves as its co-artistic director.