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I was a theater major at the University of New Hampshire for my B. A., a creative arts education major for my M. A. and a therapeutic recreation/expressive arts therapy major for my M.S. at SFSU. It wasn’t until I … Continue reading →
12. December 2014 by Dr. Deah
Categories: Body Acceptance, Body Image, Dr. Deah, Obesity, Size Acceptance, Social Media and Weight Stigma, Weight | Tags: academia, Brian Way, Carol Lucha Burns: Georgia A New York Story, Dr. Deah's Calmanac, Dr. Deb Brugard, fat acceptance, Fat Actresses, Fat Phobia, Fat Studies Journal, Female Bodies on the American Stage, Frannie Zellman Comma Lovers Inc., Jennifer-Scott Mobley, obesity, Popular Culture, Uta Hagen, Viola Spolin, weight | 1 comment