Gindt, Dirk (SE). Associate Professor. Department of Culture and Aesthetics at Stockholm University/Sweden.
Gluhovic, Milija (UK). Associate Professor of Theatre and Performance. University of Warwick. Research interests: Contemporary European theatre and performance, memory studies, discourses of European identity, religion and secularism, migrations and human rights. Publications: Identities, Feelings, and Politics in the Eurovision Song Contest (with K. Fricker); Representation, Religion, and the Public Sphere (with J. Menon, Stanford).
Göbel, Hanna Katharina
Göbel, Hanna Katharina (DE). Post-Doc Researcher in Sociology. Institute of Human Movement Sciences/Performance Studies, Hamburg University (Germany). Publications: Performance und Praxis (with G. Klein); Designed to improve? The Makings, Politics and Aesthetics of ‘Social’ Architecture and Design, CITY, Special Feature (with M. Grubbauer and A. Richter); The Re-Use of Urban Ruins. Atmospheric Inquiries of the City.
Görlich, Christoph (DE). Ph.D. candidate and lecturer in Media Philosophy and Media Theory. Institute for Aesthetics and Culture of Digital Media, Leuphana University of Lüneburg/Germany.
Gorman, Sarah (UK). Reader in the Department of Drama, Theatre & Performance. Roehampton University, London/UK. Publications: The Theatre of Richard Maxwell and the New York City Players (2011).
Gosse, Johanna (USA). Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow. Department of Art History & Archaeology at Columbia University. PhD in the History of Art. Her research focuses on contemporary art and experimental film and media. Currently completing her first book, Atomic Sublime: The Experimental Films of Bruce Conner; also started working on her second book project, On Site: Ray Johnson’s New York, which received a Creative Capital/Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant in 2015. email@example.com
Granderath, Greta (DE). Theatre Maker and Writer based in Hamburg, Germany. Actively involved in the Probebühne im Gängeviertel. Curated the interdisciplinary art project Palette at Jupi Bar (Gängeviertel, 2017). Co-directed the one-to-one dance performance “Private Dancer“ (K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg/International Summerfestival Kampnagel, 2015). Received scholarship from the City of Hamburg (2016) and of „Film- und Medienstiftung NRW“ (2015).
Gray, Leslie Jewell
Gray, Leslie Jewell (USA). Ph.D. Student and dramaturg in Theatre and Performance Studies. University of Maryland. Research interests include performances of black bodies, domestic spaces and trauma. Dissertation will examine performances of black bodies and the generation of home through embodied knowledge. Les@umd.edu
Graziano, Valeria (UK). Cultural Theorist, Practitioner, Educator. M.A. in Visual Cultures (AHRC funded). Goldsmiths College. Ph.D. in Critical Organization Theory. Research Fellow at Art and Design Research Institute, Middlesex University. She is co-editor (with Kim Trogal) of the special issue of ephemera, theory & politics in organization Repair Matters forthcoming).
Grehan, Helena (AUS). Professor of Theatre and Performance Studies. Murdoch University. Book publications include: New Media Dramaturgy: Performance, Media and New-Materialism (with P. Eckersall and E. Scheer); Performance, Ethics and Spectatorship in a Global Age; ‘We’re People Who Do Shows’ Back to Back Theatre: Performance, Visibility, Power (ed. with P. Eckersall).