Sara received her B.A. in Theatre Studies and French from Yale University and her M.A. in Theatre History, Theory, and Literature from Indiana University. Her research interests include the theatre of war and the role of agitprop theatre in the creation of collective memory. As a fellow at the University of Warsaw’s Institute of Polish Culture, Sara studied Polish political theatre of the 1970s and 80s as well as contemporary community-based performance. Her dissertation project, “Acts of Radical Imagination: An Embodied History of Street Happenings in Late Communist Poland” examines Polish student dissident movements and their contributions to the Revolutions of 1989. Sara is a contributor to Gale Cengage Learning’s award-winning reference collections, Literature of War (2012) and Literature of Propaganda (2013) and to the forthcoming edited volume, The Theatre of Tadeusz Kantor (Northwestern UP 2017).