Fichtner, Regina (DE). Performance Artist and Physical Theatre Teacher. Frankfurt a.M./Germany. http://www.reartzzz.com
Figueroa, Pablo (JP). Assistant Professor in the Center for International Education. Waseda University. Publications: ‘Subversion and Nostalgia in Art Photography of the Fukushima Disaster (In Fukushima and the Arts); ‘Nuclear Risk Governance in Japan and the Fukushima Triple Disaster’ (In Disaster Governance in Urbanising Asia); ‘Risk communication surrounding the Fukushima nuclear disaster: an anthropological approach’ (In Asia Europe Journal).
Fisher, Tony (UK). Reader in Theatre and Philosophy. The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London. Publications: co-edited Performing Antagonism: Theatre, Performance and Radical Democracy (2016) and Theatre, Performance, Foucault! (forthcoming). His monograph Theatre and Governance in Britain, 1500-1900 is due out in 2017 (Cambridge University Press).
Flanagan, Lisa (USA). Assistant Professor in Communication Studies. Xavier University of Louisiana. Her research interests include the poetics of place, body and space. Early 20th century avant garde performance. Visual and material culture. Tourism, communication and performance. Oral history, ethnography, performative writing and mystery. Interdisciplinary and community-based performance.
Florêncio, João (UK). Lecturer in History of Modern and Contemporary Art and Visual Culture. University of Exeter/UK. Publications: Evoking the Strange Within: Performativity, Metaphor, and Translocal Knowledge in Derek Jarman’s Blue; Encountering Worlds: Performance in/as Philosophy in the Ecological Age. firstname.lastname@example.org
Flover, Doc. Tenure Track Assistant Professor in Documenting and Impression Design. Professional Voyeur. Impression Designer. Memory Hunter. Networker. Recent publications: Future Privacy (2014), Archives of the Invisible, St. Cloud Press (2017). email@example.com
Foellmer, Susanne (UK). Reader of Dance. Coventry University/Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE), UK. Recent publications: Media Practices, Social Movements, and Performativity: Transdisciplinary Approaches (eds: Foellmer, Susanne/ Luenenborg, Margreth/Raetzsch, Christoph), London/New York: Routledge, forthcoming (2017).
Fragkou, Marissia (UK). Senior Lecturer in Performing Arts. Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. Book publications: Ecologies of Precarity in Twenty-First Century Theatre (Methuen; forthcoming); guest editing: ‘Dramaturgies of Change/Change of Dramaturgies: Greek Theatre Now’ (Journal of Greek Media and Culture); book chapters: Stan’s Cafe (Methuen, 2015).
Franko, Mark (USA). Professor of Dance and Chair. Theater Arts Department University of California, Santa Cruz. He has also maintained a unique dance career bridging and intertwining practice and theory. He and his company, NovAntiqua, have been performing in the United States and abroad since 1985.
Frischkorn, Moritz (DE). Ph.D. Student. Graduate School Performing Citizenship (HafenCity University, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, FUNDUS Theatre, K3 – Center for Choreography, Hamburg).