Peetz, Julia (UK). Ph.D. researcher in performance and politics. University of Surrey. Her faculty-funded research explores performances of populism through a focus on politicians’ speeches. She holds a BA (“with distinction”) in English philology and political science from the University of Göttingen and a research-MA in cultural analysis from the University of Amsterdam.
Peilin, Liang (SG). Assistant Professor of Theatre Studies. National University of Singapore/Singapore.
Perucci, Tony (USA). Associate Professor of Performance Studies. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Book publications, Paul Robeson and the Cold War Performance Complex and On the Horizontal: Mary Overlie and The Viewpoints (forthcoming).
Peters, Christian Helge
Peters, Christian Helge (DE). Ph.D. candidate and lecturer in Sociological Theory. Graduate School „Loose Connections: Collectivity at the intersection of digital and urban space”. Hamburg University/Germany. Publications: Resonanzen und Dissonanzen (with P. Schulz); Souveränität in der Kontrollgesellschaft. email@example.com
Peterson, Michael (USA). Associate Professor. Art Department, University of Wisconsin/ USA. Writes about Las Vegas, cruelty, and food culture. Peterson is a partner in the collaborative Spatula&Barcode.
Pittman, Alex (USA). Term Assistant Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Barnard College. Working on a book, titled Under Pressure: Race, Performance, and the Intensification of Capital, that analyzes links between social marginality, aesthetic production, and material life in the making of post-Civil Rights capitalism.
Pizzato, Mark (USA). Professor of Theatre and Film. University of North Carolina at Charlotte/USA. Publications: Beast-People Onscreen and in Your Brain (2016); Inner Theatres of Good and Evil (2011); Ghosts of Theatre and Cinema in the Brain (2006); Theatres of Human Sacrifice (SUNY, 2005).
Popvivoda, Marta (SRB). Filmmaker and video artist. Berlin/Germany. Publications: Yugoslavia, How Ideology Moved Our Collective Body. www.martapopivoda.info
Porkola, Pilvi (FIN). Performance Artist. Writer. Funder of magazine Esitys. Taught performance, contemporary theatre and performance studies. Written and directed several performances and short films.
Portmann, Alexandra (DE). Postdoc-Research Fellow. Queen Mary University of London. London/United Kindom. Publications: Hamlet in the region of former Yugoslavia.