Pizzato, Mark (USA). Professor of Theatre and Film. University of North Carolina at Charlotte/USA. Publications: Beast-People Onscreen and in Your Brain (2016); Inner Theatres of Good and Evil (2011); Ghosts of Theatre and Cinema in the Brain (2006); Theatres of Human Sacrifice (SUNY, 2005).
Popvivoda, Marta (SRB). Filmmaker and video artist. Berlin/Germany. Publications: Yugoslavia, How Ideology Moved Our Collective Body. www.martapopivoda.info
Porkola, Pilvi (FIN). Performance Artist. Writer. Funder of magazine Esitys. Taught performance, contemporary theatre and performance studies. Written and directed several performances and short films.
Portmann, Alexandra (DE). Postdoc-Research Fellow. Queen Mary University of London. London/United Kindom. Publications: Hamlet in the region of former Yugoslavia.
Potvin, John (CAN). Associate professor. Department of Art History at Concordia University, Montreal/Canada. Publications: Material and Visual Cultures Beyond Male Bonding (2008); Bachelors of a Different Sort: Queer Aesthetics, Material Culture and the Modern Interior in Britain (2014).
Powers, Seth (USA). Enhanced Chancellor’s Fellow at CUNY Graduate Center. New York/USA.
Primavesi, Patrick (DE). Professor of Theatre Studies. University of Leipzig. Director of the Dance Archive Leipzig. Publications on modern and contemporary theatre, dance and performance art. Present research projects focus on politics of (re-) presentation, body politics, and movement in urban space.
Protopapa, Efrosini (UK). Senior Lecturer in Dance. University of Roehampton. Roehampton/United Kingdom. Publications: The Practice of Dramaturgy: Working on Actions in Performance (with K. Georgelou and D. Theodoridou); Contemporary Choreographic Practice: from exhaustion to possibilising; Choreography as philosophy, or exercising though in performance.
Pustianaz, Marco (IT). Professor of English Literature and Theatre. Università del Piemonte Orientale. Vercelli/Italy. Publications: Per una letteratura giustificata: Scrittura e letteratura nella testualita della prima Riforma. Paper Can Theatre Hold Water? Ophelia Drowning in Teatro Farnese (Parma).
Rabe, Carsten (DE). Fine-art photographer and curator living in Hamburg. He has exhibited his photographs in national and international solo and group shows since 2000. In Carsten Rabes art-works he uses documentary photography to explore the beauty of the ordinary and the present. His motives reflect on our everyday actions and examine people in their living environments. His Fotobook blossom was nominated for the German Fotobook Award 2016.