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Marissia Fragkou

Dr Marissia Fragkou is a teaching fellow in drama at the University of Birmingham and holds a Ph.D. in Drama and Theatre Studies from Royal Holloway, University of London. Her doctoral thesis examined the nomadic feminist politics in the work of Phyllis Nagy. Her current research focuses on representations of precariousness, witnessing and responsibility in recent British and European theatre. She has published on Phyllis Nagy, Debbie Tucker Green and Rimini Protokoll.

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