Hannah, Dorita (AUS). Works across the spatial, visual and performing arts with her practice-led research focusing on live events, installations and exhibitions as well theatre architecture. Publication: Event-Space: Theatre Architecture & the Historical Avant-Garde (forthcoming).
Hansen, Pil (CAN): Assistant Professor. School of Creative and Performing Arts, University of Calgary/Canada. Founding member of Vertical City Performance. Dance/devising dramaturg. Publications: Performing the Remembered Present: The Cognition of Memory in Dance, Theatre, and Music (with Bettina Blaesing) (2017); Dance Dramaturgy: Modes of Agency, Awareness, and Engagement (co-editor) (2015).
Hansol, Oh (USA). Ph.D. student in Theatre. Graduate Center City University of New York/USA.
Harari, Dror (ISR). Senior Lecturer. Department of Theatre Arts, Tel Aviv University. His recent articles have appeared in Performance Research, TDR, and Teoria ve’Bikoret (Theory and Criticism). His book, Self-Performance: Performance Art and the Representation of Self, was published in Hebrew by Resling Publications (2014). His current research, funded by a research grant from the Israel Science Foundation (ISF), focuses on the historiography of performance art in Israel, from its origins in the 1960s and through the 1970s.
Harding, James (USA). University of Maryland. Publications: Performance, Transparency and the Cultures of Surveillance (Forthcoming: Michigan, 2017); The Ghosts of the Avant- Garde(s) (Michigan, 2013); Cutting Performances: Collage Events, Feminist Artists, and the American Avant- Garde (Michigan, 2011); and, Adorno and a Writing of the Ruins (SUNY, 1997)
Harris, Geraldine (UK). Professor of Theatre. Lancester/United Kingdom. Publications: Staging Femininities, Performance and Performativity; Beyond Representation: The Politics and Aesthetics of Television Drama; A Good Night Out for the Girls: Popular Feminisms in Contemporary Theatre and Performance (with Elaine Aston).
Harsløf, Olav (DK). Professor of Performance Design. Former Rector of The Rhythmic Music Conservatory and the National Theatre School in Copenhagen. Book publications: Performance Design (with D. Hannah); Den Store Festival / The Great Festival; Måltidsoplevelsens poetik / The Poetics of the Meal Experience, Engaging Spaces (with E. Kristiansen).
Hartmann, Jakob (DE). Studied History of Arts, Cultural Sciences and Mediation of Arts and Culture (M.A.) at University of Bremen. Dedicated to, amongst others, to the aesthetization of the city, to fascist architecture and concepts of body and gender in fine arts. Currently employed as lecturer at the University of Bremen, Dpt. of Sciences of Arts. Also working as art mediator, light technician, author and performance artist.
Harvey, Mark (NZ). Senior Lecturer. Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries. University of Auckland/ New Zealand. Presentation in galleries related events: Umeå Art Museum (Sweden, 2016); the New Performance Turku Festival (Finland, 2016); Te Uru gallery (Auckland, 2016); Te Tuhi Gallery (Auckland, 2012, 2014, 2016). Publication: Play Book (Index Design and Publishing).
Hentschel, Ulrike (DE). Professor for theatre pedagogy. Berlin University of the Arts/Germany. Publications: Journal for Theatre Pedagogy (Zeitschrift für Theaterpädagogik) (co-editor).