Miss Diana Damian Martin

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Diana Damian Martin is a London-based performance critic, curator and dramaturg. She is currently a funded PhD candidate at Royal Holloway, University of London, examining contemporary performance criticism through the lens of political philosophy. She writes about theatre and performance for a range of publications including Divadlo CZ, Scenes and Teatro e Critica. She is Managing Editor of Royal Holloway's first practice based research publication, Guest Editor for postgraduate journal Platform and part-time Lecturer at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She is co-founder of Writingshop, a long term collaborative project with three European critics examining the processes and politics of contemporary critical practice.

Diana has a BA (Hons) in Theatre Practice from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, where she was also a scholarship student, and an MA in Performance and Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives from Goldsmiths. Her research examines the relationship between performance, social space and political practice, the development of criticism and critical theory in the fields of theatre and performance in relation to the politics of judgment, as well as the relationship between performance, documentation, archive and site.

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