Matthews, Sharon (NZ). Ph.D. at the University of Otago/New Zealand. Publications: Women are all mothers to him: Displacing Fear (in James K. Baxter’s Short Stories); The Archetypal Character as “Transformational Object (in James K. Baxter’s The Devil and Mr Mulcahy).
McKenzie, Jon (USA). Dean’s Fellow for Media and Design and Visiting Professor of English. New York/ USA. Book publications: Perform or Else: From Discipline to Performance; Contesting Performance: Global Sites of Research (with H. Roms and C.J.W.-L. Wee). Videos: The Revelations of Dr. Kx4l3ndj3r; Discargo. Performance: Disastronautics: How to Do Things with Worlds (with R. Mayer).
McKinney, Joslin (UK). Associate Professor in Scenography. University of Leeds. Leeds/United Kingom. Publications: The Cambridge Introduction to Scenography. J.E.Mckinney@leeds.ac.uk
McLeod, Kimberley (CAN). Assistant Professor of Theatre. University of Guelph/Canada. Publications: Knowing Ways in the Digital Age: Indigenous Knowledge and Questions of Sharing from Idle No More to The Unplugging; Finding the New Radical: Digital Media, Oppositionality and Political Intervention in Contemporary Canadian Theatre.
Meduri, Avanthi (UK). Scholar, Dancer, Actress, Playwright, Curator and Arts administrator. Reader in Dance and Performance Studies. University of Roehampton, London/UK.
Meerzon, Yana (CAN). Associate Professor. Department of Theatre, University of Ottawa/ Canada. Publications: Performing Exile – Performing Self: Drama, Theatre, Film; A Path of the Character: Michael Chekhov’s Inspired Acting and Theatre Semiotics; History/Memory/Performance (with K. Prince and D. Dean).
Meireles, Flavia (BRA). Ph.D. student, Communication and Culture. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. MA in Visual Arts, UFRJ; BA in Dance, Faculdade Angel Vianna. Research interests: Crossing artistic and non-artistic fields, arts and politics, and the body; She is also an artist and coordinates the research group Themes on Dance.
Mencarelli, Fernando Antonio
Mencarelli, Fernando Antonio. Professor of Performing Arts at the School of Fine Arts, Federal University of Minas Gerais/ Brazil.
Mendel, Agnieszka (Poland/UK). Singer, actress, ethnologist, voice and theatre teacher. She is fascinated by the possibilities of the human voice and uses songs from many cultures to search for vocal techniques and emotionality. http://urbanresearchtheater.com/judaica-team/
Mengesha, Lily (USA). Ph.D. Candidate in performance studies. Visiting scholar in MIT’s Literature. Evanston/USA.