Robinson, Anne (GB). Artist. Program Leader for Media Foundation at Middlesex University, London/ England. Recent projects: Inspiral London (2016); Inside Out Blues (2013); Thrashing in the Static (2014). Participated in PSi since 2012. Presenting: Enlarger Than Life: Song-Films and Irrational Gestures at PSi#20/2014 Shanghai; Phonogenie for Psi#21/2015 Fluid Sounds, Copenhagen. Recent publications: See Red (2016). www.annerobinsonartwork.org
Roesner, David (DE). Professor for Theatre and Music-Theatre. LMU Munich/ Germany. Publications: Theatre Noise. The Sound of Performance (with Lynne Kendrick); Composed Theatre. Aesthetics, Practices, Processes (with Matthias Rebstock); Musicality in Theatre. Music as Model, Method and Metaphor in Theatre-Making.
Roma, Dinah (PH). Professor of Literature and Creative Writing. De La Salle University Manila/Philippines. Publications: A Feast of Origins (2004); Geographies of Light (2011); Naming the Ruins (2014).
Roms, Heike (UK). Professor in Performance Studies. Aberystwyth University. Book publications include: Contesting Performance – Global Sites of Research (ed.; with J. McKenzie and C.J.W.-L. Wee, 2010); When Yoko Ono did not come to Wales – Locating the Early History of Performance Art (forthcoming); PSi Board member.
Rosenberg, Tiina (SWE). Professor of Theatre and Performance Studies. Stockholm University/Sweden. Publications: Don’t Be Quiet, Start a Riot: Essays on Feminism and Performance (2016).
Rosenblit, Jen (USA). Performance Artist. New York City/USA and Berlin/Germany.
Rosenthal, Cindy (USA). Professor of drama at Hofstra University and a performer and director. She has published essays in TDR, Theatre Survey, the New York Times, Women & Performance, and Women: A Cultural Review.
Rosner, Krisztina (HU). Associate Professor, University of Pecs/ Hungary. Publications: Dramatical-Theatrical Interplays of the Performer’s Presence and Silence. firstname.lastname@example.org
Rounthwaite, Adair (USA). Assistant Professor of Contemporary Art at the University of Washington in Seattle. Her first book, Asking the Audience: Participatory Art in 1980s New York, appeared with the University of Minnesota Press in 2017. Her current research focuses on Yugoslav art of the 1970s and ‘80s.
Rudakov, Anton (DE). Student Performance Studies at Hamburg University/Germany.