Jackson, Sara (USA). Assistant Professor of German Studies. University of Massachusetts Amherst. Author, “Embodied Femmes Fatales: Performing Judith and Salomé on the Modernist German Stage” in Women in German Yearbook. email@example.com
Jackson, Sarah (USA). Assistant Professor of Communication Studies. Southern University at New Orleans. Her work has been published in Technocultures and Liminalities. Her dissertation theorized Joseph Cornell’s artistic processes as chronotopes of assemblage art. Her recent research and creative works revolve around the tension of environmental/cultural preservation and decay. firstname.lastname@example.org
Jakimiak, Agnieszka (PL). Dramaturg, Playwright, Film Critic, and Essayist. Collaborated with Weronika Szczawińska and Oliver Frljić. Currently she is working as a freelancer affiliated with a group of choreographers (Agata Siniarska, Agata Maszkiewicz), theoreticians and theatre curators (Marta Keil, Grzegorz Reske and Goran Injac) music composers and theatre practitioners.
Jakovljević, Branislav (USA). Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Theater and Performance Studies at Stanford University, California. His most recent book is Alienation Effects: Performance and Self-Management in Yugoslavia, 1945-1991 (University of Michigan Press, 2016).
Jansen, Sara (BE). Researcher and Dramaturg in Dance. Brussel/Antwerp Belgium.
Janssen, Shauna (CA). Urban Curator and Independent Scholar, artist in residence teaching in the Departments of Theatre and Studio Arts at Concordia University, Montreal/Canada.
Järvinen, Hanna (FIN). Senior Researcher, Academy of Finland/ Helsinki. Research Project: How to Do Things with Performance? University Lecturer at the Performing Arts Research Centre of the University of the Arts Helsinki/ Finland. Docent in dance history at the University of Turku/ Finland. Publication: Dancing Genius (2014).
Jestrović, Silvija (UK). Reader in Theatre and Performance Studies. University of Warwick. Author of Performance, Space, Utopia: Cities of War, Cities of Exile (Palgrave 2012); Theatre of Estrangement: Theory, Practice, Ideology (U of Toronto Press 2006); co-edited collection (with Y. Meerzon) Performance, Exile, and ‘America’ (Palgrave 2009).
Jirotka, Janis Irene
Jirotka, Janis Irene (DE). Politicial Educator and Theater Pedagogue. Student Performance Studies at Hamburg University/Germany.