Ellis, Robin (USA). Visiting Assistant Professor of German. Davidson College. Dissertation, “Making Translation Visible: Interpreters in European Film and Literature.”
Elswit, Kate (UK). Reader in Theatre and Performance. The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London/UK. Publications: Watching Weimar Dance (2014).
Englhart, Andreas (DE). Associate Professor in Theatre Studies and Dramaturgy. LMU Munich, Bavarian Theatre Academy and Theatre Academy Athanor. 2016 Visiting Professor at Chuo University Tokyo. Munich/Germany. Publications: Theatre of the Present; Introduction to Theatre Studies’ (with J.v.Brincken); Handbook Drama (with F. Schößler).
Erçin, Nazlıhan Eda
Erçin, Nazlıhan Eda (UK). Theatre/Performance Artist, Researcher and Educator, Ph.D. student in Drama. University of Exeter/UK.
Ersöz, Ayrin (TUR). Dancer, Choreographer. Academic based in Istanbul/Turkey.
Ertem, Gurur (TUR). Co-founder, Artistic Director of Programming and Researcher of Bimeras | iDANS; publications: The Gezi Uprising: Performative Democracy and Politics of the Body, in: Media Practices, Social Movements, and Performativity: Transdisciplinary Approaches, eds.: Foellmer, Susanne/Lünenborg, Margreth/Raetzsch, Christoph, London/New York: Routledge, forthcoming (2017).
Estrada-Fuentes, María (UK). Early Career Fellow. Institute of Advanced Study University of Warwick. Research interests. Conflict transformation, peace-building, applied theatre, politics and performance. Publications: Becoming Citizens: Loss and Desire in the Social Reintegration of Ex-combatants in Colombia (in Gendered Citizenship: Manifestations and Performance, eds. Bishnupriya Dutt, Janelle Reinelt and Shrinkhla Sahai, forthcoming 2017).
Eszenyi, Marie (USA). Ph.D. student. Department of Communication, University of North Carolina/USA.
Etzold, Jörn (DE). Professor of Theatre Studies. Ruhr University Bochum. He was working at the universities of Frankfurt, Erfurt, Weimar, Giessen, Bochum and at Northwestern. Among others he has been working on Guy Debord , Walter Benjamin and Friedrich Hölderlin.
Farjoun, Amir (ISR/USA). Ph.D. Student. Graduate Center of the City University of New York. New York/USA.