is Professor of British Literature and Art at Le Mans Université in France.
Her research interests are interart studies, contemporary art, and literature and philosophy. She has published extensively on contemporary British fiction, text and image relations and literature and the philosophy of the event. Her current research interests include XXIst century British fiction and art and the anthropocene.
is a current Volkswagen-Foundation Fellow and PI for the practice-based …
research project “Viral Theatres: Post/pandemic performance in the Anthropocene”, based at the Excellence Cluster Temporal Communities at the Free University Berlin. Her research interests include the intersection between digital and environmental humanities, tragedy. She has published on a wide range of topics including performance in the Anthropocene, contemporary political performance, intermediality in theatre, and tragedy across different forms and media. She is also a co-editor of Erika Fischer-Lichte’s Routledge Introduction to Theatre and Performance Studies (2014) and volume of dialogues on tragedy and comedy, co-edited with Anna Street, is forthcoming with Routledge. She holds a PhD in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University and has taught in both the US and Germany. Ramona also works as a dramaturg and translator.
is Lecturer in Performance Studies at Le Mans University.
She holds a double-doctorate in English Studies from Sorbonne Universités and in Comparative Literature from the University of Kent. Core-convener of the Performance Philosophy network, she is particularly devoted to the promotion of intercultural and interdisciplinary exchanges between philosophical reflection and performance, notably as pertains to comedy. Translator of ten volumes within Les Petits Platons collection, she is also co-editor of Inter Views in Performance Philosophy. A volume of dialogues on philosophy and dramatic genres, co-edited with Ramona Mosse, is forthcoming with Routledge. In addition to water, her current research interests include puppet satire and immigrant theater.
is a cultural journalist from Russia and a PhD candidate at the Sorbonne …
and Le Mans University with articulated interests in theatre and performance, anthropology of the living, decolonial feminism, biosemiotics, geophilosophy and new materialism. She also works as a journalist in collaboration with various media in Russian, English, French and Italian and has been part of Moscow’s Teatr magazine’s editorial team (Журнал «Театр.») since 2011. She holds a Masters degree from Le Mans University with a thesis dedicated to Philippe Quesne’s theatre and his scenography of the Anthropocene. She graduated from the Moscow Theatre Academy (GITIS) in 2014 with a thesis on Hortence Archambault and Vincent Baudriller’s curatorial approach to the Avignon Festival. Kamila also participates in various geographically-dispersed research initiatives from the British School of Design (Moscow) to TALM – École supérieure d’art et de design Tours-Angers-Le Mans. She is currently translating Catherine Malabou’s latest work, Le Plaisir effacé. Clitoris et pensée, into Russian.