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Ramona Mosse

PhD in English and Comparative Literature 
Columbia University
Ramona Mosse received an M.A. (Honours) in English Literature from Edinburgh University, where she studied classics, literature, and philosophy. She earned a PhD (with distinction) in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University with a dissertation on tragedy and utopia in Cold War culture.

Ramona has taught at Columbia University, at Barnard College, and at the Freie Universität Berlin. Previously, she was a Fellow at the International Research Center for Interweaving Performance Cultures at the Freie Universität Berlin and, more recently, a Principles of Cultural Dynamics Fellow at the Humanities Center at Johns Hopkins University.

Her work has been published in AngliaTheater JournalTHEWISPerformance Philosophy Journal and The Baffler, among others. Ramona is also a Core Convenor of the Performance Philosophy Network. Her research interests include: modernity and tragedy, cultural politics of the Cold War, the posthuman and non-human in performance, aurality in theatre/sound studies, the environmental humanities. She is currently writing a monograph on theatrical performance in the Anthropocene and is editing, with Anna Street, a volume on genre in performance and philosophy. Ramona also works as a dramaturg and translator.

Dr. Ramona Mosse
English and Comparative Literature
Email: r.mosse[at]berlin.bard.edu