Andrea Micu received a PhD in Performance Studies from Northwestern University in June 2018, MA in Performance Studies from Texas A&M, 2012 and BA in Communication Studies and Journalism from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in 2008. Her teaching interests are in Urban Studies: urban anthropology, neoliberalism and urban geography; squatting and countercultural urban movements; arts development, Critical/cultural Studies; Aesthetics and politics, new materialisms; and Performance Studies: critical ethnography, performance and activism; political economies of performance. Her book project The Performance Commons: Squatting and Aesthetics in the Austere City theorizes the role of performance in contemporary housing activist movements in the South of Europe.
What is Neoliberalism
Wednesday, February 27, 2019 - 15:00 to 16:30
Global Studies Center