Harris, Geraldine (UK). Professor of Theatre. Lancester/United Kingdom. Publications: Staging Femininities, Performance and Performativity; Beyond Representation: The Politics and Aesthetics of Television Drama; A Good Night Out for the Girls: Popular Feminisms in Contemporary Theatre and Performance (with Elaine Aston).
Harsløf, Olav (DK). Professor of Performance Design. Former Rector of The Rhythmic Music Conservatory and the National Theatre School in Copenhagen. Book publications: Performance Design (with D. Hannah); Den Store Festival / The Great Festival; Måltidsoplevelsens poetik / The Poetics of the Meal Experience, Engaging Spaces (with E. Kristiansen).
Hartmann, Jakob (DE). Studied History of Arts, Cultural Sciences and Mediation of Arts and Culture (M.A.) at University of Bremen. Dedicated to, amongst others, to the aesthetization of the city, to fascist architecture and concepts of body and gender in fine arts. Currently employed as lecturer at the University of Bremen, Dpt. of Sciences of Arts. Also working as art mediator, light technician, author and performance artist.
Harvey, Mark (NZ). Senior Lecturer. Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries. University of Auckland/ New Zealand. Presentation in galleries related events: Umeå Art Museum (Sweden, 2016); the New Performance Turku Festival (Finland, 2016); Te Uru gallery (Auckland, 2016); Te Tuhi Gallery (Auckland, 2012, 2014, 2016). Publication: Play Book (Index Design and Publishing).
Hentschel, Ulrike (DE). Professor for theatre pedagogy. Berlin University of the Arts/Germany. Publications: Journal for Theatre Pedagogy (Zeitschrift für Theaterpädagogik) (co-editor).
Herrmann, Clara Marie
Herrmann, Clara Marie (DE). Polestar-Pilates Trainer, Contemporary Dancer, Photographer, Choreographer, Pilates-Trainer, Student at Hamburg University/Germany.
Hildebrandt, Paula (DE). Doctoral degree in European Urbanism from the Bauhaus University Weimar. Coordinates the graduate school »Performing Citizenship«. Teaches at Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW). Aim of the Post Doc project »Welcome City« is to explore the secret, mostly unspoken rules for living, visiting and settling in a new city.
Hilton, Leon J.
Hilton, Leon J. (USA). Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities. University of Pennsylvania. PhD in Performance Studies from New York University. His writing has been published in GLQ, African American Review, and TDR/The Drama Review. Received 2016 Creative Capital/Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant. email@example.com
Höckner, Gloria (DE). Choreographer and Performance Artist, Hamburg. MA Performance Studies, 2015. 2014: Completed MA in Theatre-, Film and media sciences at the University of Vienna. Co-founder of Überblau, a community space for artistic exchange; member of kompanie; Probebühne Gängeviertel; was part of queer-feminist magazine fiber; co-founder of Spielwiese.
Hoesch, Benjamin (DE). Theatre Director and Teaching Assistant for Theater Studies. University of Mainz/Germany.