Georgina holds an M.F.A in Theater, Film and Television (UCLA) and received her B.A. in History from Stanford University (â??89). Georgina Hernandez-Clarke has held the position of Academic Research and Program Officer at Stanford University since 2001. As Executive Director of the Institute for Diversity in the Arts, from 2001-March, 2011 Hernandez-Clarke developed a variety of art and curricular enhancements under the direction faculty director and Professor of Drama, Harry J. Elam, Jr. The Institute for Diversity in the Arts (IDA) is an interdisciplinary program in the humanities that involves students in the study of culture, identity and diversity through artistic expression. In March, 2011 she joined the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE) in the newly created position of Director of Arts in Undergraduate Education. In this new role within VPUE Hernandez is a primary resource for students and faculty interested in engaging with the arts in their courses and studies across all disciplines. Prior to her posts at Stanford University, Hernandez-Clarke has worked in non-profit arts development for the Arts Council of Santa Clara County, City of Long Beach, and various non-profit organizations. She has also worked as a freelance creative producer for independent film, video and live performance projects. Research Interests:History and legacy of social movement-based arts organizations in the post-civil rights period.
CHILATST 201B: From Racial Justice to Multiculturalism: Movement-based Arts Organizing in the Post Civil Rights Era (Winter)
CSRE 201B: From Racial Justice to Multiculturalism: Movement-based Arts Organizing in the Post Civil Rights Era (Winter)
TAPS 14AX: New Musical Development (Summer)
CSRE 200W: Directed Reading (Winter, Spring)