Interweaving Performance Cultures
Fellow 2008/09, 2009/10
Ramona Mosse studied English and Comparative Literature in the UK and the USA. A recipient of the Whiting Foundation Fellowship in the Humanities, she completed her PhD thesis, Between Tragedy and Utopia; Revolution and the Political Stage after 1945, at Columbia University (2008). In addition, she has worked as a writer and dramaturg in New York downtown theatres with such companies as Mabou Mines, Target Margin and the Ontological-Hysteric Theatre. Both practically and theoretically, her work engages with the making of politics on stage.
Mosse, R., “Born to Be Wild – Amerika-Rezeption im Werk von Wolfgang Bauer,” in P. Pechmann (ed.) Wolfgang Bauer - Lektüren und Dokumente, Klagenfurt and Wien: Ritter Verlag, 2007.