I am an ecosomatic movement performance artist-researcher.
My academic, art, and community projects advocate for mutual well-being through repatterning ecosomatic senses.
Christine (cricri) Bellerose
Researcher •Writer • Lecturer
Learn how to learn
Make sens of theory makes sens
Feminist & Somatic Pedagogy
Apprentice with the land
Christine (cricri) Bellerose, Ph.D. in Dance Studies, from AMPD, York University, is an ecosomatic movement performance artist-researcher. Her academic, art, and community projects advocate for mutual well-being through repatterning ecosomatic senses.
In-press publications include essays with images in Geographies of Us: An Ecosomatic/s Reader, co-edited by Sondra Fraleigh and Shannon Rose Riley, in Performance Training and Well-being special issue in TDPT journal, an English translation from French of an interview between the founder of la Société Française d'Ethnoscénologie (SOFETH), Nathalie Gauthard and the Dalai-lama's French interpreter, biologist and monk Matthieu Ricard, and an autoethnography of the mentorship group initiative at the Canadian Association for Theatre Research (CATR) & La Société des études théâtrales (SQET)'s 2021 conference from a feminist pedagogical lens for Percées. Christine teaches Performance Studies at the University of Ottawa in Canada.