Jane Alexandre, MA, MS, PhD
Theology & the Arts
An independent scholar/artist who has been working in the New York dance world for more than 30 years as a performer, writer, teacher, choreographer, director, producer and administrator, Alexandre is a founding editor at The Dancer-Citizen; the author of Dance Leadership: Theory into Practice (Palgrave Macmillan 2017); and has been involved in creating numerous dance projects both international and local. Current research is around the “artist as citizen; artist as prophet”, and the theopoetic: what happens when we move together in full presence. Alexandre holds a BSc from Queen’s University (Canada), and MA from Antioch University, an MS from Pace University, and a PhD from Antioch University.