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  • Wake, Caroline

    Wake, Caroline (AUS). Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow and Lecturer. University of New South Wales, Sydney. Forthcoming book publication on representation, participation and self-determination of refugees in performance forthcoming; editor of Performance Paradigm journal; PSi Board member. c.wake@unsw.edu.au

  • Wake, Caroline

    Wake, Caroline (AUS). Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow. Lecturer at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. Forthcoming book publication on representation, participation and self-determination of refugees in performance forthcoming; editor of Performance Paradigm journal; PSi Board member.

    c.wake@unsw.edu.au

  • Wan, Evelyn

    Wan, Evelyn (NL/HKG). PhD Candidate in Media and Performance Studies. Institute for Cultural Inquiry at Utrecht University under the support of R. C. Lee Centenary Scholarship (Hong Kong). Founding member of PSi’s Future Advisory Board, volunteers for refugee theatre projects at Stichting de Vrolijkheid.

    P.Y.Wan@uu.nl

  • Wang, Wei-Chih

    Wang, Wei-Chih (TWN). M.A. Theatre and Drama. National Taiwan University in Taiwan, 2010. Ph.D. in Comparative Literature and Asian Studies. Research interests: Modern Taiwanese theatre, postcolonial studies, theories of memory, and performance and the body.

    weichihwang16@gmail.com

  • Wansin Wong, Melissa

    Wansin Wong, Melissa (USA). Ph.D. student in Theatre. Graduate Center, City University of New York/USA.

    mwong@gradcenter.cuny.edu

  • Warstatt, Matthias

    Warstatt, Matthias (DE). Professor of Theatre Studies. Freie Universität Berlin. Publications: Soziale Theatralität. Die theatrale Konstitution der Gesellschaft (forthcoming); Theater als Intervention. Politiken ästhetischer Praxis (mit J. Heinicke, J. K. Kalu, J. Möbius, N. Siouzouli); Theaterhistoriografie. Eine Einführung (mit Jan Lazardzig, Viktoria Tkaczyk); Krise und Heilung. Wirkungsästhetiken des Theaters. matthias.warstat@fu-berlin.de

  • Watkins Fisher, Anna

    Watkins Fisher, Anna (USA). Assistant Professor of American Culture. University of Michigan. Her research spans the areas of digital studies, performance studies, feminist and queer theory, contemporary art and visual culture. Her first book theorizes parasitism as an ambivalent mode of resistance in 21st-century art and politics.

    annawfis@umich.edu

  • Weber, Anna-Carolin

    Weber, Anna-Carolin (DE). Ph.D.-Candidate. Lecturer and Scholar in Dance, Theater and Media Studies. Recent publications: Anna-Carolin Weber: Die Mediendispositivanalyse als Methode der Tanzwissenschaft, in: Überschreitungen. Beiträge zur Theoretisierung von Inszenierungs- und Aufführungspraxis, eds.: Haitzinger, Nicole/ Kollinger, Franziska, München: off epodium, 2015, pp. 30-39. Choreographie – Medien – Gender, Eds: Angerer, Marie-Luise/Hardt, Yvonne/Weber, Anna-Carolin, Zürich: diaphanes, Berlin, 2013.

    anna.carolin.weber@gmail.com

  • Weinstein, Beth

    Weinstein, Beth (USA). Associate Professor of Architecture. University of Arizona and Ph.D. student at TCotA: University of Tasmania/Australia. Publications: Ground Water: Art, Design and Science of a Dry River (with E. McMahon and A. Monson); Collaborative Legacy of Merce Cunningham; Shuttle (with M. Douglas and J. Oliver). beth.weinstein@utas.edu.au

  • Weist, Caroline

    Weist, Caroline (USA). Assistant Professor of German Studies. University of Richmond. Author, “Playing Brecht: Creative Appropriation in the Foreign Language Classroom” in Brecht Yearbook; “Beholding the Denkspiel: Genre, Bodies, and Interpretive Practices in Georg Kaiser’s From Morning to Midnight” in Text & Presentation.

    caroline.weist@richmond.edu