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Wendy Arons

Wendy Arons
blogger - The Pittsburgh Tatler

Wendy Arons is a professor of drama at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA, USA. Her research interests include performance and ecology, 18th- and 19th-century theatre history, feminist theatre, and performance and ethnography. She is the author of Performance And Femininity In Eighteenth-Century German Woman's Writing: The Impossible Act (Palgrave Macmillan 2006), and co-editor, with Theresa J. May, of Readings In Performance and Ecology (Palgrave Macmillan 2012). She is also co-translator, with Sara Figal, of a new edition of G. E. Lessing’s Hamburg Dramaturgy, edited by Natalya Baldyga, which received the 2018 ATHE/ASTR Award for Excellence in Digital Scholarship (Routledge 2018; also available online). In addition, Arons has published articles in Theatre Survey, Theatre Topics, The German Quarterly, Communications From The International Brecht Society, 1650-1850, Text And Presentation, and Theatre Journal, as well as chapters in a number of anthologies, including Ecodramaturgy In/And Contemporary Women’s Plays (co-authored with Theresa J. May, and published in Contemporary Women’s Playwriting, ed. Penny Farfan & Leslie Ferris) and Beyond The Nature/Culture Divide: Challenges From Ecocriticism And Evolutionary Biology For Theatre Historiograpy in Theatre Historiography: Critical Questions (ed. Henry Bial & Scott Magelssen). Prof. Arons has served on the Editorial Boards of Theatre Annual and Theatre Topics and on the Advisory Board for Hiawatha Project. She was curator and artistic director of the Earth Matters On Stage Festival & Symposium in Pittsburgh PA in 2012. She writes regularly about theater and culture in her blog, The Pittsburgh Tatler

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