Mishel Pavlovski Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje

Mishel Pavlovski is Full Professor at the Institute for Macedonian Literature, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Macedonia. He teaches Cultural Studies: Topics and Methods, Post-Colonial Theory, as well as Theatre and Its audience. Holds two PhD degrees in theory of the theatre, the first obtained at the Russian Academy of Theatrical Arts RATI-GITIS in Moscow (1999), and the second at Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje (2003).

His fields of research interest include: Cultural Studies, Postcolonial Theory, Identity, Cultural Memory, Culture and Politics, as well as Theatrical Theory. He is the head researcher of “The Macedonian Literature Data Base”; Editor-in-Chief of the international journal Spektar (2010-2012); Member of the “Macedonian Writers Association”.

Has published the following monographs:
– (1993) From an Original Idea to the Creation of a State (co-authored with Jovan Pavlovski);
– (1996) Macedonia: Yesterday and Today (co-authored with Jovan Pavlovski);
– (1998) Pure Play: Biomechanics in the Theatre System of V. E. Meyerhold;
– (2005) Theatre and Myth. Participates in the preparation of “MI-AN Encyclopedia”;
(MI-AN, 2006).

Has participated in the following projects: Macedonian Theater in the Context of the Balkan Theater Sphere (Faculty of Dramatic Arts, 2003-06). Honored with The Mito Hadzi Vasilev-Jasmin State Award for the book Macedonia Yesterday and Today (co-authored with Jovan Pavlovski)(1997) and with the collective award Goce Delchev for the publication “Macedonian Theater in the Context of the Balkan Theater Sphere” (2003).