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  • Suchy, Patricia A.

    Suchy, Patricia A. (USA). Associate Professor and HopKins Professor of Performance Studies at Louisiana State University. Her most recent work, supported by the National Science Foundation’s Antarctic Artists and Writers Program, is a video installation featuring re-enacted photographs from the Heroic Age of Antarctic science entitled Persistence of Vision: Antarctica.

    psuchy@lsu.edu

  • Suess Schwend, Amets

    Suess Schwend, Amets (ES). Researcher and Teacher in the Andalusian School of Public Health, Granada/Spain.

    amets.suess.easp@juntadeandalucia.es

  • Svabo, Connie

    Svabo, Connie (DK). Associate Professor.Performance Design, Roskilde University (Denmark). Head of Studies in Performance Design, Roskilde University 2013-2016. Roskilde/ Denmark. Publications: Performative Schizoid Method.

    csvabo@ruc.dk

  • Szeman, Ioana

  • Szucs, Aniko

    Szucs, Aniko (USA). Adjunct Lecturer at the Drama Department of Tisch School of the Arts, New York University and at the Departments of English and Communication and Theatre Arts at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY. aniko.szucs@nyu.edu

  • Tamler, Cory

    Tamler, Cory (USA). Ph.D. Student in Theatre Studies. The Graduate Center, CUNY. New York/USA.

    ctamler@gradcenter.cuny.edu

  • Tanaka, Rina

    Tanaka, Rina (JP). PhD candidate in Graduate School of Global Japanese Studies at Meiji University. Her primary research interest is cultural interactions between German-speaking countries and Japan through musicals. Her most recent publication is “Beyond the Oedipus Complex: The Viennese Musical Project Freudiana (1990) and its ‘Flop’” in 2016. kazent@meiji.ac.jp

  • Tayeb, Leila

    Tayeb, Leila. (USA). Ph.D. Candidate in Performance Studies. Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Her dissertation project focuses on music and the quotidian in Libya and its diaspora between 2011 and 2016.

  • Taylor, C. Black

    Taylor, C. Black (USA). Ph.D. Student. New York University Performance Studies. New York/USA.

    tcb297@nyu.edu

  • Teles Leão e Silva, Maicyra

    Teles Leão e Silva, Maicyra (BRA). Professor for Performance and Creative Methodologies. Federal University of Sergipe-Brazil. Essays: Participatory Format: ways of involvement in the creative process; The Relational in question, but still a willingness to be together, Convivial Artistic Processes and their common points with ethnographical procedures. Performative projects: Beast M., Cambana, Foreigner View.

    maicyraleao@gmail.com