Margarida Gandara Rauen, Ph.D. Professor
Margie in Arts
Photo: Margie Rauen, 2010. Margie Rauen's personal archive.
Fellowships, Grants and Honors
Title of Visiting Fellow in the Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK – Brazil and Latin America contributor.
Global Shakespeare Visiting Fellow, having taught four sessions about Brazilian theatre on the core module of the Master's Degree Program from 6 Feb. to 3 March, 2017 at the University of Warwick, Coventry, U.K.
Araucaria Research Foundation of Parana State [Fundação Araucaria de Apoio a Pesquisa] travel grant for participation in the 24th Annual European Association for International Education Conference (EAIE), in Dublin, Republic of Ireland, 11–14, September 2012.
Araucaria Research Foundation of Parana State [Fundação Araucaria de Apoio a Pesquisa] grant for the publication of the book Interactivity, control, and the audience as a performance agent [A interativdade, o controle da cena e o público como agente compositor], published by the University of Bahia Press (Salvador: EDUFBA, 2009), featuring 9 chapters by artist-researchers from Brazil, with an Introduction and one chapter by Margie Rauen.
Curitiba Cultural Foundation [Fundação Cultural de Curitiba] grant for the production of Juliets, third work of the triptic Digital Woman, conceived as a forum play, drawing on Augusto Boal techniques and featured in 13 different community venues, covering all the regional districts of the city of Curitiba.
Culture and Dissemination Prize, awarded by the Curitiba City Hall for the work in the field of Arts and Education, on March 29, 2006, at Rio Branco Palace, Curitiba.
2002, 1998, 1992
Folger Shakespeare Library/Institute Short-term post-doctoral Fellowships.
Araucaria Research Foundation of Parana State [Fundação Araucaria de Apoio a Pesquisa] travel grant for participation in the VII World Shakespeare Congress, Valencia, Spain, 18-23 April 2001. Paper: "Moving away from the 'center': on theory, drama and performance." Contributed in the Seminar Shakespeare in Non-Anglophone Countries.
Travel grant from Itamaraty/ Brazilian Ministry of International Relations, for participation in the III Encuentro Internacional de Traductores de Teatro. CONACULTA/ Centro Cultural Helénico, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico, 24-26 August, 2000. Conference and talk in panel about translation for the stage.
Curitiba Cultural Foundation [Fundação Cultural de Curitiba] grant for the publication of a book written as postdoctoral work: ‘Richard II’ Playtexts, Promptbooks and History: 1597-1857. Curitiba, Brazil: Fundação Cultural de Curitiba, 1998.
Grant from CAPES (Brazilian government agency), for Master’s and doctoral credits at Michigan State University.
Various honors in university Graduation ceremonies
A interatividade, o controle da cena e o público como agente compositor [Interactivity, scene control and the audience as a composition agent].
Texts by Ciane Fernandes and Wagner Lacerda, Cristiane Bouger, Henrique Saidel, Ismael Scheffler, Lígia Losada Tourinho, Luana Raiter and Pedro Diniz Bennaton, Margarida Gandara Rauen/Margie, Maria Beatriz de Medeiros, Stela Regina Fischer, and Manuela Afonso. Foreword by Valmir Santos.
Download the book in Portuguese.
Studies on the Transmission of Shakeaspeare's works
In 1998 Margie Rauen launched ‘Richard II’ Playtexts, Promptbooks and History: 1597-1857, published by Fundação Cultural de Curitiba.
See other publications on the transmission of Shakespeare's works here.