Sosa, Cecilia (ARG). Associate Researcher at CONICET/Argentina. Publications: Queering Acts of Mourning in the Aftermath of Argentina’s Dictatorship. The Performances of Blood (2014).
Spahn, Lea (DE). PhD Candidate. Member of the core team for the postgraduate course “Cultural Education in Schools” at the University of Marburg. She is working as a dance and movement pedagogue, also in collaboration with German stage service, Theater Im G-Werk (Marburg). Currently, she is editing “Heterotopies – Bodies – Education” in the series Soma Studies (transcript).
Spatz, Ben (USA/UK). Senior Lecturer in Drama, Theatre and Performance. He moved to Huddersfield from New York City in 2013 to join the Centre for Psychophysical Performance Research. WHAT A BODY CAN DO: TECHNIQUE AS KNOWLEDGE, PRACTICE AS RESEARCH (Routledge, 2015) email@example.com
Stäheli, Urs (DE). Professor of sociological theory. Hamburg University. Speaker of the Ph.D.-Program “Loose Connections: Collectivity in Digital and Urban Spaces”. His work includes poststructuralist political and social theory, the genealogy of finance economy. Current research interests are the list as cultural technique and the sociology of undoing networks.
Stanger, Arabella (UK). Lecturer in Theatre and Performance. University of Sussex, UK. Recent publications: ‘Choreographing Epic’ (OUP); ‘Dramaturgy and Sabotage’ (Valiz); ‘Heterotopia as Choreography’ (Performance Research); firstname.lastname@example.org
Stanger, Arabella (UK). Lecturer in Theatre and Performance. University of Sussex. Sussex/United Kingdom. Publications: Choreographing Epic; Dramaturgy and Sabotage; Heterotopia as Choreography.
Steen, Shannon (USA). Associate Professor. Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies. UC Berkeley, Head Graduate Advisor for the Ph.D. in Performance Studies. Berkeley/USA. Publications: Racial Geometries: The Black Atlantic, the Asian Pacific, and American Performance; Neoliberal Scandals: Foxconn, Mike Daisey, and the Turn Towards Non-Fiction Drama; World Factory: Theatre, Labor, and China’s ‘New Left’.
Steiner, Verena (DE). Dancer, Choreographer, Musician and Pedagogue. Student of Performance Studies at Hamburg University/Germany.
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Stephenson Shaffer, Tracy (USA). Associate Professor and Graduate Director in Communication Studies at Louisiana State University where she researches and teaches performance studies and film. Serves as the producing director of the HopKins Black Box, an experimental theatre at LSU. She is the current editor of Text and Performance Quarterly’s Performance Space.
Steuernagel, Marcell (USA). Ph.D. student. Church Music, Baylor University. MA in Music Composition, Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil. Research interests: musical composition, performance studies, and practical theology; As a musician, he has performed in both the popular and concert scenes in Brazil, North America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.