Lucie, Sarah (USA). Ph.D. Student. CUNY Graduate Center. MA in Performance Studies from New York University. New York/USA.
Mai, Patricia Carolin
Mai, Patricia Carolin (DE). Dancer. Choreographer. Lecturer for dance at Hamburg University. Studied Performance Studies at Hamburg University.
Malaco, Jr., Oscar H.
Malaco, Jr., Oscar H. (PH). Instructor of Department of Speech Communication and Theatre Arts. University of Philippines. Gender advocate: His scholarship is focused on LGBTQ issues focusing on kabaklaan, a gender identity which is considered to be innately embodied by the Filipinos. Master-Student in Speech Communication (with Performance Studies as his main interest) at Magna Cum Laude at UP Diliman. firstname.lastname@example.org
Manchev, Boyan (DE/BGR). Philosopher. Professor at the New Bulgarian University and at the Berlin University of the Arts. He proposed the perspective of a dynamic transformationist ontology and а new materialism. He is the author of Miracolo (2011), Logic of the Political (2012), Clouds (2017), among others.
Marchevska, Elena (UK). Practitioner and Researcher. Interested in new historical discontinuities that have emerged in post-capitalist and post-socialist transition. Writing extensively on issues of belonging, the female body, the border and intergenerational trauma. 2016: Researcher in residence at Live Art Development Agency exploring Live Art practices and methodologies in relation to the experiences of the displaced.
Mardon, Alexa Solveig
Mardon, Alexa Solveig (CAN). Lives on the unceded territory of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh Nations. Her expanded dance practice includes writing, installation, performance, and curation. Alexa has been published with ISSUE Magazine, Line, and The Dance Centre. She has performed with Canadian choreographers and companies nationally. Dancer.
Marjanić, Suzana (HR). Research Advisor. Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb/Croatia. Publications: Voices of “Bygone Days”: Transgressions of Worlds in Krleža’s Notes 1914-1921/22 (2005); Chronotope of Croatian Performance Art: From Traveleri until Today (2014).
Marshall, Jonathan W
Marshall, Jonathan W. (AUS). Coordinator of Postgraduate Studies. West Australian Academy of Performing Arts Edith Cowan University. Book publications: ‘Performing Neurology: The Dramaturgy of Dr Jean-Martin Charcot’ (Palgrave); see https://edithcowan.academia.edu/JonathanWMarshall
Martin-Baron, Michelle (USA). Assistant Professor of Women’s Studies. Hobart and William Smith Colleges/ USA.
Mastrantoni, Marilli (GR). Performer, Director, Artistic Director. ENTROPIA Performing Arts Company. Athens/Greece. Publications: CUT Project/DE-FENCES; Manifesto 2083; P.I.G.S./Sotiria.