Christina Marin, Assistant Professor of Educational Theatre, NYU
(6 min) This interview with Christina Marin, Ph.D., was recorded at the National Sexual Assault Conference in Baltimore, Maryland, on September 14, 2007. Dr. Marin is an Assistant Professor of Educational Theatre at the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development at New York University.
In this interview, Dr. Marin discusses the role of educational theatre in the prevention of violence against women, and in facilitating social action. She also talks about Marisela Treviño Orta's play "Braided Sorrow" which reflects the victimization of young women in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.