Huopaniemi, Otso (FIN). Playwright, Performance-maker, Pd.D. Candidate and Teacher. Helsinki/Finland. Publications: love.abz performance series 2011-2015.
Huschka, Sabine (DE). Habilitated Dance and Theatre Scholar. Berlin/Germany. Publications: Transgressions. Energising Body and Scenery.
I-chu Chang, Ivy
I-chu Chang, Ivy (TWN). Professor at the National Chiao Tung University/Taiwan. Publications: Remapping Memories and Public Space: Taiwan’s Theater of Action in the Opposition Movement and Social Movements from 1986 to 1997. firstname.lastname@example.org
Ilić, Marko (UK). Associate Lecturer at The Courtauld. Teaching Fellow at Newcastle University. His Ph.D. surveyed Yugoslavia’s Students’ Cultural Centres between 1968-89, examined how these institutions played host to the New Art Practice under socialist self-management. It further traced how they foreshadowed later subcultural developments in Ljubljana and Sarajevo during the 1980s.
Isaacs, Thomas (AUS). Ph.D. student at Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney University/Australia. email@example.com
Iwaki, Kyoko (UK/JP). Associate Lecturer specialising in Japanese. Theatre at Goldsmiths University of London. Recent publications include Tokyo Theatre Today, ‘Tokyo World Theatre Capital ‘ (in A History of Japanese Theatre) and contributions to New Theatre Quarterly. She is also the Chief Director of Scene/Asia, a pan-Asian curators/researchers platform. She will be co-curating the Asian programme of the Spielart Munich Festival in 2017.
Jackson, Sara (USA). Assistant Professor of German Studies. University of Massachusetts Amherst. Author, “Embodied Femmes Fatales: Performing Judith and Salomé on the Modernist German Stage” in Women in German Yearbook. firstname.lastname@example.org
Jackson, Sarah (USA). Assistant Professor of Communication Studies. Southern University at New Orleans. Her work has been published in Technocultures and Liminalities. Her dissertation theorized Joseph Cornell’s artistic processes as chronotopes of assemblage art. Her recent research and creative works revolve around the tension of environmental/cultural preservation and decay. email@example.com
Jakimiak, Agnieszka (PL). Dramaturg, Playwright, Film Critic, and Essayist. Collaborated with Weronika Szczawińska and Oliver Frljić. Currently she is working as a freelancer affiliated with a group of choreographers (Agata Siniarska, Agata Maszkiewicz), theoreticians and theatre curators (Marta Keil, Grzegorz Reske and Goran Injac) music composers and theatre practitioners.
Jakovljević, Branislav (USA). Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Theater and Performance Studies at Stanford University, California. His most recent book is Alienation Effects: Performance and Self-Management in Yugoslavia, 1945-1991 (University of Michigan Press, 2016).