• Robinson, Anne

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    Rosenblit, Jen (USA). Performance Artist. New York City/USA and Berlin/Germany.

  • Rosenthal, Cindy

    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

    Rosner, Krisztina (HU). Associate Professor, University of Pecs/ Hungary. Publications: Dramatical-Theatrical Interplays of the Performer’s Presence and Silence. rosnertina@gmail.com

  • Rounthwaite, Adair

    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

    Rudakov, Anton (DE). Student Performance Studies at Hamburg University/Germany.