Mariana Hausdorf

Actress, Historian, Teacher, Postgraduate Student PhD in Latin American Studies, Universidad de Chile

Mariana Hausdorf Andrade holds a Licenciate in Acting, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile 2011; Licenciate in History, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 2012; and a qualification in secondary education teaching specializing in History, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 2012. She is a researcher on the Project: “Dramturgization of Audiovisual Vestiges of the Chilean Theatre History;” coordinator of the Project: “Andrés Kalawski Isla,” funded by the Pontificia Universidad Católica Drama School, 2012; co-researcher on the Project: “The Archives and the Voices: Memory and Dramaturgy of the Chilean Dictatorship;” coordinator of the project: “Francisco Albornoz,” funded by the Pontificia Universidad Católica Drama School. Her lecture “An Itinerary Through Villa Grimaldi: The Presence of Material Remains in Memory” was given at the IFTR Annual Conference in Santiago, Chile, 2012. She is also assisting on the Project: “Intermediality and Aesthetics of Memory: Detained Disappeared in the Chilean Theater after the Military Dictatorship” (Head researcher: Milena Grass; funded by the Vice- Rectory for Academic Affairs at the Pontificia Universidad de Chile, 2011). Mariana’s performances include acting in Cuando reinaron los hermosos with the company La susodicha (2011-2012)