Sibila Petlevski

Sibila Petlevski

Sibila Petlevski, is a full professor at the Academy of Dramatic Art, University of Zagreb; doctor of humanities and scholar in the fields of theatre aesthetics, performance studies, interdisciplinary art research and cultural studies; born in Zagreb (Croatia), 11th May 1964. Apart from her academic and scientific career, Petlevski is a professional writer: an awarded poet, playwright and novelist, performer, and literary translator; author of 21 books in different genres. Awards: Zagreb City Award for Contribution to Culture and Science (2015); 10th Women Playwrights’ International Cape Town selection (2015); T-portal Award for the Novel of the Year for the first part of “Taboo Trilogy”. (2010); Poeteka International Poetry Prize (2005); Berliner Festspiele TTStückemarkt selection (2005); Petar Brečić Award for Contribution to Theatre Studies (2002); Vladimir Nazor State Award (1993). Professional membership: L’Académie Mallarmé, Poets Circle in Athens, International P.E.N., International Theatre Institute, Croatian Association of Theatre Critics and Theatrologists. Currently leading an international project financed by Croatian Science Foundation, titled “How Practice-led Research in Artistic Performance Can Contribute to Science”. Member of the international Advisory Board of Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems – INDECS Journal.

More information at: www.sibilapetlevski.com

Project Web Page: http://artandscienceresearch.hr 

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