Maddie-House Tuck

Maddie House-Tuck is a performance scholar and historian.

Maddie House-Tuck is a scholar of performance studies and American carceral history. Her research spotlights performances of refusal and resistance to the American carceral state, particularly those that survey bodily inactivity, and their corresponding temporal implications. Maddie has worked in secondary and university education, as well as political advocacy and community services. She enjoys hiking, rock-climbing, crosswording, and conversing over a strong cup of coffee, amongst other things. Maddie is consistently inspired and instructed by all those working toward/through abolitionist visions and conceiving of worlds outside racial capitalism. She is honored to be a part of Idiosynchrony.


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