Asif Majid (he/him) is a scholar-artist-educator working at the intersection of racialized sociopolitical identities, multimedia, marginality, and new performance, particularly through devising community-based participatory theatre. Currently, he is assistant professor of theatre and human rights at the University of Connecticut. He completed his PhD (anthropology, media, and performance) at the University of Manchester and has been a Mellon/ACLS Public Fellow with the San Francisco Arts Commission. Asif has published in multiple books, peer-reviewed academic journals, and popular media. His performance credits include work with the Kennedy Center and Royal Exchange Theatre, among others. asifmajid.com.