Tamler, Cory (USA). Ph.D. Student in Theatre Studies. The Graduate Center, CUNY. New York/USA.
Tanaka, Rina (JP). PhD candidate in Graduate School of Global Japanese Studies at Meiji University. Her primary research interest is cultural interactions between German-speaking countries and Japan through musicals. Her most recent publication is “Beyond the Oedipus Complex: The Viennese Musical Project Freudiana (1990) and its ‘Flop’” in 2016. firstname.lastname@example.org
Tayeb, Leila. (USA). Ph.D. Candidate in Performance Studies. Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Her dissertation project focuses on music and the quotidian in Libya and its diaspora between 2011 and 2016.
Taylor, C. Black
Taylor, C. Black (USA). Ph.D. Student. New York University Performance Studies. New York/USA.
Teles Leão e Silva, Maicyra
Teles Leão e Silva, Maicyra (BRA). Professor for Performance and Creative Methodologies. Federal University of Sergipe-Brazil. Essays: Participatory Format: ways of involvement in the creative process; The Relational in question, but still a willingness to be together, Convivial Artistic Processes and their common points with ethnographical procedures. Performative projects: Beast M., Cambana, Foreigner View.
Tello, Verónica (AUS/CHL). Researcher. National Institute for Experimental Arts, UNSW Australia. Publications: Counter-Memorial Aesthetics: Refugee Histories and the Politics of Contemporary Art.
Terracciano, Alda (UK). Artist, Curator, Researcher and Cultural Archivist. Over the years she has been involved with culturally diverse communities in Britain and internationally, placing the theme of migration centre stage in her practice. She is artistic Director of ALDATERRA Projects, Honorary Research Associate at UCL and Visiting Researcher at the University of Gothenburg.
Terry, David P.
Terry, David P. (USA). Assistant Professor. Department of Communication Studies at Louisiana State University. Aamong his research foci are creative and scholarly projects on death and dying, essays on performance and rhetoric in North Korea, and innovations in the video essay form.
Theodoridou, Danae (GR). Performance Maker and Researcher. Brussels/Belgium. Publications: The Practice of Dramaturgy: Working on Actions in Performance (with K. Georgelou and E. Protopapa); I’m Sleeping – The Metaphor of Sleep as a Dramaturgical Directive in Performance; Syros: a bet on the potentiality of co-operation.
Thomopoulos, Christina (GR)
Thomopoulos, Christina (GR). Member of the Silent University Athens Assembly. Organiser of Archaeological Dialogues 2016. Publications: Limits and Borders (University of Aegean, Greece); The Silent University: Towards a Transversal Pedagogy (contributing author).