Edward (Ted) Warburton

Professor

Edward (Ted) Warburton

Professor (Dance)
Email: 
tedw@ucsc.edu
Office: 
A-218, Theater Arts Center, A-Building
Phone: 
Office: 831-459-4542
Office Hours: 
Wednesdays 12:30-2:00 pm
Research Interests: 

Dance cognition and creativity, critical dance studies, performative technologies


Education and Training: 
2000 EdD, Human Development & Psychology, Harvard University
1995 EdM, Technology in Education, Harvard University
1994 EdM, Human Development & Psychology, Harvard University
1993 AB, English & Dramatic Literature, Boston College
1983 HS Diploma, Dance, North Carolina School of the Arts
Selected Publications: 

2013. The Cognitive benefits of movement reduction: Evidence from dance marking. Psychological Science, 24(9), 1732-39.
2011. Of meanings and movements: Re-languaging embodiment in dance phenomenology and cognition. Dance Research Journal, 43(2), 65-83.
2010. From Router to Front Row: Lubricious Transfer and the Aesthetics of Telematic Performance, Leonardo 43(1), 24-32.

Honors and Awards: 

2012. Arts Division’s Excellence in Research Award
2003. National Dance Education Organization's Leadership Award
1993. Boston College’s Morgan Award for Excellence