Dr Konstantinos Thomaidis is a senior lecturer in drama, theatre & performance at the University of Exeter. With Ben Macpherson, he co-founded the Centre for Interdisciplinary Voice Studies, the Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies and the Routledge Voice Studies book series. He has published extensively on the cultural politics of voice pedagogy, the temporality of vocal presence, voice in practice-research and physiovocality. His full-length publications include the special issues ‘Voicing Belonging’ (Intellect 2017, with Virginie Magnat) and ‘What Is New in Voice Training?’ (Routledge 2019), the edited collections Voice Studies (Routledge 2015, with Ben Macpherson) and Time and Performer Training (Routledge 2019, with Mark Evans and Libby Worth), and the monograph Theatre & Voice (Palgrave Macmillan 2017). He co-founded and co-convenes the Sound, Voice & Music working group at TaPRA (with Leah Broad and Adrian Curtin).
Contact: Drama Department, University of Exeter, Alexander Building ‘Thornlea’, New North Road, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4LA, UK.