PUBLICATIONS & CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
“Cognitive Science & Analogy: Transforming the Classroom into a Learning Lab.” Education Special Interest Group (EduSIG), ATD Dallas. (April, 2018). Dallas Baptist University North, Dallas. Workshop.
Graphic Design: The Medium Is the Message.” North Texas Articulate User Group. (February, 2018). Dallas, Texas. Workshop.
Crafting Classroom Experience: Transforming Theory into Praxis & Practicum.” Teaching Enrichment Program, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. (September, 2017). Eastfield College. Conference workshop.
Cognitive Science & Modeling: Transform Your Classroom into a Learning Lab.” DCCCD Conference Day. (August 15, 2017). Kay Baily Hutchison Convention Center, Dallas. Conference workshop.
“Crafting the Classroom Experience: Transforming Theory into Praxis & Practicum.” Teaching Enrichment Program, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. (October, 2016). Eastfield College. Professional development workshop.
Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute. UT Southwestern Medical Center. (2015-2017). Development communications, six projects: vision statement and five neurodegenerative disease narratives.
Sentential Prosody in English Sonnets.” UT Dallas. (Mar. 2016). Conference presentation.
Artful Deception, Languaging & Learning: The Brain on Seeing Itself.” Open Journal of Philosophy 5 (2015): 403-417. Web. Scholarly Article.
Identity as Conversation: A Review of DGDG’s ‘The Show About Men’.” World Arts Today (July 27, 2015). Ed. Karen MacDonough. Web. Dance Review.
What Cognitive Neuroscience Can Do for English Professors.” Cisco College Core Curriculum Conference (C5). Cisco College. (May 2015). Conference.
Incomplete Musings.” Thirtyseventhirtyseven (Apr. 2015). Ed. Amy Dennis. Eastfield College. Web. Poem.
The Lying Instinct: Nietzschean Neuroscience.” R.A.W. Graduate Symposium. UT Dallas. (Mar. 2015). Conference presentation.
Public Intellectuals Post Two Cultures of Science and Humanities.” Invitational Panel with Keynote speaker Dr. Sophia Roosth, Harvard, and UTD faculty Dr. Charissa Terranova and Frank Dufour. Moderator: Dr. Pamela Gossin. UTD R.A.W. Graduate Symposium. UT Dallas. (2015). Panel Discussion.
“Pendulum Swing.” Chaos Poetry Review (in press). Ed. Luke Usury. Web. Poem.
“Fiction and Phenomena.” Chaos Poetry Review (in press). Ed. Luke Usury. Web. Poem.
Faculty Focus: Professor Preston’s Teaching Philosophy.” Eastfield College Newsletter (Sept. 2014). Mesquite, TX: Eastfield College Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. Web.
A Mirage.” Subprimal Poetry Art (Spring 2014). Ed. Victor D. Sandiego. Web. Poem.
Through Adolescence, Run.” Subprimal Poetry Art (Spring 2014). Ed. Victor D. Sandiego. Web. Poem.
Cognitive Science for Developmental Language Pedagogy.” 9th Annual Developmental Education Regional Forum. The North Texas Community College Consortium and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Plano, TX: Collin College, 2014. Conference presentation.
Assistant Poetry Editor. Reunion: The Dallas Review 3 (2013). Print & Web. 
Subconscious.” Emerge Literary Journal (Summer 2013). Ed. Adriana D. Den Bleyker. Print & Web. ISSN 2166-266 (online) / ISSN 2166-2258 (print): 81-82. Poem.
Immeasurables.” Symmetry Pebbles 5. (2013). Ed. Richard Thomas. Web. Poem. 
Reconstructionism: Poïesis of Mind, Body, Matter, and Meaning.” R.A.W. Graduate Symposium. UT Dallas. (2012). Conference Paper.
Response to Acoustic Synergy.” Ro2 Art Gallery. Dallas, TX (2012). Poetry collection. Featured poet and sculptural response: invitational exhibition of visual arts, poetry, and cognitive neuroscience responses to Shannon Novak’s Acoustic Synergy collection.
Sense Irradiance.” One Song, Three Composers. Auth. & Ed. Shannon Novak. (2012): 172-87, 204-06. Print: Poetry Collection.
Harakiri: Ritual Invocation.” CentralTrak Art Gallery. Dallas, TX (2012). Author, Reading. Site-specific collaboration & performance  with Dallas arts collective, Circle Werk.
“The Places She Resides.” Eastfield College, Mesquite, Texas (2012). Collaborative performance of dance and spoken-word with the Danielle Georgiou Dance Group (DGDG) honoring Women’s History Month.
Synaesthetic Ars Poetic.” CentralTrak UT Dallas Gallery & artist residency. (2011). Featured poet. Collaborative interdisciplinary response to artist residency exhibition One Song, Three Composers.
“Sommerfest Gedichte.” Goethe Institute, Schwӓwisch Hall, Germany (2011). Featured poet. Select invitational arts performance for an international audience.
Max Planck Institute for Cognitive Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany (2011). Invitational reading with Annemarie Estor, Frederick Turner, Elmar Schenkel, and institute director Robert Turner.
PERFORMANCE ART, INSTALLATIONS, & READINGS
Listed in chronological order
Danielle Georgiou Dance Group. (September 2017). The Nelken Line, for the Pina Bausch Foundation. Dallas, TX: Dallas Public Library. Dancer.
Eastfield Arts Collective. (May 2017). The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged. Directed by Lori Honeycutt Philips. Mesquite, TX: Eastfield College. Adam: Juliet, Othello, Ophelia.
Danielle Georgiou Dance Group. (January 2017). War Flower. Dallas, TX: Bath House Cultural Center. Dancer.
Eastfield Arts Collective. (November 2016). Something Rotten: A Reading of Hamlet. Directed by Lori Honeycutt Philips. Mesquite, TX: Eastfield College. Horatio and Rosencrantz.
Danielle Georgiou Dance Group. (November 2016). Swarm. Dallas, TX: The Mac. Performer.
—. (November 2016). “Cabaret Can-can.” DMA Late Night. Dallas, TX: Dallas Museum of Art. Dancer.
—. (November 2016). Swarm. Dallas, TX: J. Eric Jonsson Public Library. Performer.
—. (September 2016). “Yorktown.” Hamilton, restaged for  Dallas, TX: The Black Academy of Arts and Letters. Performer.
—. (September 2016). “Not that Simple.” Texas Equal Access Fund, supported by the National Institute of Reproductive Health. Dallas, TX: The Black Academy of Arts and Letters. Performer.
—. (September 2016). CD Release Show for Ishi hosted by Trees Dallas. Dancer.
—. (July 2016). Bastille on Bishop. Dallas, TX: Downtown & Flora Street. Dancer.
—. (May 2016) Home Grown Music and Arts Fest 7 performance with Ishi hosted in Main Street Garden, Dallas. Dancer.
—. (February 2016). America’s Got Talent. Producer solicited audition. Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center. Dallas, TX. Dancer.
Shane Arts. “Comedy Killers.” (February 2016). Written and directed by Tim Shane, Shane Arts Theatre Company. Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre. Odessa, TX: Odessa College. Actor, Isabella Ghiradelli.
Danielle Georgiou Dance Group. (January 2016). “Not that Simple.” Texas Equal Access Fund, supported by the National Institute of Reproductive Health. Dallas, TX: Ro2 Gallery. Performer.
—. (December 2015) New Year’s Eve performance with Ishi hosted by Be Local Dallas and Trees. Dancer.
—. (November 2015) Art for Advocacy event hosted by the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center. Performance with Ishi and The Color Condition. Dallas, TX: Fashion Industry Gallery. Dancer.
—. (October 2015) “Social Studies and Other To-Dos.” Aurora: The Art of Light, Video and Sound. In collaboration with The Color Condition and Slik Stockings. Dallas, TX: The Arts District. Dancer.
—. (July 2015) “Under Her Skin.” Twelfth Annual Modern Dance Festival: Choreographer’s Showcase. Fort Worth, TX: The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Principle dancer.
—. (February 2015) “Subconscious.” Dallas Festival of Ideas. Dallas, TX: Winspear Opera House. Spoken word poetry reading.
—. (April 2014) “Pony: Jelly Belly” 2014 Dallas Art Fair. In collaboration with artist Claire Ashley. Dallas, TX: Fashion Industry Gallery. Dancer.
—. (2012) “The Places She Resides.” Women’s History Month Dance Concert. Mesquite, TX: Eastfield College. Spoken word poetry reading.
“Rituala Kino: Harakiri Invocation.” (2012) CentralTrak Art Gallery. Dallas, TX. Reading. Site-specific collaboration & performance with Dallas arts collective, Circle Werk. 
“Synaesthetic Ars Poetic.” (2011) CentralTrak Gallery. Featured poet. Collaborative
interdisciplinary response to syneasthesia artist residency exhibition One Song, Three Composers.
“Sommerfest Gedichte.” Goethe Institute, Schwӓwisch Hall, Germany (2011). Featured poet. Select invitational arts performance to an international audience of over 200.
“Pendulum Swing.” (2011) Max Planck Institute for Cognitive Anthropology. Leipzig, Germany. Invitational reading with Annemarie Estor, Dr. Frederick Turner, Dr. Elmar Schenkel, and institute director Professor Dr. Robert Turner.
Response to Acoustic Synergy.” Ro2 Art Gallery. Dallas, TX (2012). Poetry collection. Featured poet and sculpture installation: invitational exhibition of visual arts, poetry, and cognitive neuroscience responses to Shannon Novak’s Acoustic Synergy collection.
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