Matt Cornish is Assistant Professor of Theater History and Director of Studies for the Honors Tutorial College program in theater at Ohio University. He is the author of Performing Unification: History and Nation in German Theater after 1989 (U. of Michigan Press, 2017); the editor of Everything and Other Performance Texts from Germany (Seagull Books, Dec. 2018); and the co-editor, with Brandon Woolf and Michael Shane Boyle, of Postdramatic Theatre and Form (Bloomsbury/Methuen, forthcoming in 2019). In current research projects, he is continuing his work on performance in contemporary Germany, including guest editing a special issue of TDR on that subject, and he is especially interested in exploring migration, ethics, and formalism. Matt has held a Fulbright Research Fellowship and a DAAD Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, both at the Freie Universität Berlin, and his essays have appeared in numerous scholarly journals and magazines, including Modern Drama, Theatre Journal, PAJ, Performance Research, TheatreForum, TDR, Theater, and Theater der Zeit. As a dramaturg, he has worked at Yale Repertory Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, and Son of Semele, and with Tantrum Theater and IAMA Theatre Company. Matt received his Doctor of Fine Arts from Yale School of Drama, where he also completed an MFA in Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism.