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Beckwith, Sarah

  1. Beckwith, S, "Enter the Child: A Scene from Stanley Cavell's the Claim of Reason". Philosophy and Literature 46:2 (October, 2022): 251-262. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Aers, D; Beckwith, S, "Imagining the Virtues: Medieval and Early Modern Histories". Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 52:3 (September, 2022): 407-413. [doi]
  3. Aers, D; Beckwith, S, The fortunes of tragedy, Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, vol. 49 no. 1 (January, 2019), pp. 1-5 [doi] .
  4. Aers, D; Beckwith, S, "Conversions". Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 48:3 (September, 2018): 433-434. [doi]
  5. Beckwith, S, "Reading for our lives". Pmla 132:2 (March, 2017): 331-336. [doi]
  6. Beckwith, S. "Hamlet’s ethics." Shakespeare's Hamlet: Philosophical Perspectives  (January, 2017): 222-246. [doi]  [abs]
  7. Bauer, N; Beckwith, S; Crary, A; Laugier, S; Moi, T; Zerilli, L. "Introduction."  46 (March, 2015): v-xiii. [doi]
  8. Beckwith, S, "Are there any women in Shakespeare's plays?: Fiction, representation, and reality in feminist criticism". New Literary History 46:2 (March, 2015): 241-260. [doi]
  9. Bauer, N; Beckwith, S; Crary, A; Laugier, S; Moi, T; Zerilli, L, "Introduction". New Literary History 46:2 (2015): v-xiii. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  10. Beckwith, S, "Language goes on holiday: English allegorical drama and the virtue tradition". Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 42:1 (December, 2012): 107-130. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  11. Beckwith, S. "William Shakespeare and Stanley Cavell: Acknowledgement, Confession and Tragedy." Stanley Cavell and Literary Studies  (September, 2011).
  12. Beckwith, S, "William Shakespeare and Stanley Cavell: Acknowledgement, Confession and Tragedy". Stanley Cavell and Literary Studies  (September, 2011).
  13. Beckwith, S. Shakespeare and the Grammar of Forgiveness. (April, 2011).
  14. with Aers, D; Beckwith, S. "The Eucharist." Cultural Reformations  (2011): 153-165.
  15. Beckwith, S. "Acknowledgement and Confession in Cymbeline." Shakesepeare and Religion: Early Modern and Postmeodern Perspectives  (2011): 97-126.
  16. Beckwith, S; Simpson, J. Premodern Shakespeare.  Duke University Press, (December, 2010): 1-5. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  17. S. Beckwith and James Simpson (eds). Premodern Shakespeares. (January, 2010).
  18. Aers, D; Beckwith, S. "The Eucharist." Cultural Reformations  (2010): 153-165.
  19. Beckwith, S. "Shakespeare’s Resurrections." Shakespeare and the Middle Ages  (October, 2009).
  20. Beckwith, S. "Middle English Drama." The Cambridge Companion to Middle English Literature  (June, 2009).
  21. Beckwith, S. "Drama." The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Literature 1100-1500  (January, 2009): 83-94. [doi]  [abs]
  22. Aers, D; Beckwith, S. "Discerning the Body." Collection on Medieval and ReformationCulture  (2008).
  23. Beckwith, S. "Medieval Penance, Reformation Repentance and Measure for Measure." Reading the Medieval in Early Modern England  (Spring, 2007): 193-204.
  24. "The Play of Voice: Acknowledgment, Knowledge and Self-Knowledge in Measure for Measure." Spectacle and Public Performance in the Late Middle Ages and the Renaissance  (Spring, 2006).
  25. Beckwith, S. "The Play of Voice: Knowledge, Acknowledgment and Judgement in Measure for Measure." Spectacle and Public Performance in the Late Middle Ages and the Renaissance  (March, 2006).
  26. Beckwith, S. "Long review essay on Catholic Shakespeares." Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England  (Winter, 2006).
  27. Beckwith, S. "Preserving, Conserving, Deserving the Past: A Meditation on Ruin in Postwar Britain in five Fragments.." A Place to Believe In: Locating Medieval Landscapes  (Winter, 2006): p. 191-210.
  28. Aers, D; Beckwith, S, "Reform and cultural revolution: Introduction". Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 35:1 (January, 2005): 3-12. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  29. Beckwith, S. Reform and Cultural Revolution: Writing English Literary History 1350-1547.  edited by Aers, D; Beckwith, S(2005).
  30. Beckwith, S. "Repairs in the Dark: Medieval Penance and Reformation Repentance in Measure for Measure." Reading the Medieval in the Early Modern edited by David Mathews and Gordon MacMullan  (2005).
  31. Beckwith, S. "Office,Role,Persona: Martin Marprelate’s Contribution to Theater History." Image and Imagination of the Religious Self in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe edited by Walter Melion  (2005).
  32. Beckwith, S; Aers, D, "Reform and Cultural Revolution". Jmems  (2005).  [abs]
  33. Beckwith, S. "Preserving, Deserving, Conserving the Past: A Meditation in Fragments on Ruin as Relic in Post War England." eds, Lees and Overing  (2004).
  34. "Stephen Greenblatt's Hamlet and the Forms of Oblivion."  8000 words Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies  (Jan. 2003).  [abs]
  35. Beckwith, S, "Stephen Greenblatt's Hamlet and the forms of oblivion". Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 33:2 (January, 2003): 261-280. [doi]  [abs]
  36. Beckwith, S, "Skepticism and the Tasks of Theater: Stanley Cavell and the Commitments of Speech". Saq  (January, 2003).
  37. Beckwith, S, The Mind’s Retreat From the Face (January, 2003) .
  38. Beckwith, S, Program notes for Adrian Noble’s Royal Shakespeare Company production of Macbeth for Barbican, Stratford, US tour. (January, 2003) .
  39. Beckwith, S, Review of Michal Kobialka’s This is My Body: Representational Practices in the Early Middle Ages, Theatre Journal (January, 2003) .
  40. Beckwith, S. Hermeneutics and Ideology: Reading Medieval and Early Modern Texts.  edited by Aers, D; Beckwith, S(2003).
  41. S. Beckwith and A. Wharton, eds., --, JMEMS, vol. 32 no. 2 (Spring, 2002) .
  42. Aers, D; Beckwith, S, "Introduction". Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 31:3 (September, 2001): 443-444. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  43. Beckwith, S. Signifying God: Social Relation and Symbolic Act in York’s Play of Corpus Christi.  University of Chicago Press, (2001).
  44. Beckwith, S. Sacrifice.  edited by Aers, D; Beckwith, S(2001).
  45. Beckwith, S, "Sacrifice: Medieval and Early Modern". Jmems 31:3 (Fall, 2001).
  46. Beckwith, S, "The Body Broken: The Calvinist Doctrine of the Eucharist and the Symbolization of Power in Sixteenth-Century France. By Christopher Elwood. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. xii + 251 pp. $49.95 cloth.". Church History 69:1 (March, 2000): 183-185. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  47. S. Beckwith and A. Wharton, eds., --, JMEMS, vol. 30 no. 2 (Spring, 2000) .
  48. Beckwith, S. "Absent Presences: Resurrection Theatre in York." Festschrift for Derek Pearsall  (2000).
  49. S Beckwith. "Catholicism and Catholicity: Eucharistic Communities in Historical and Contemporary Perspectives." Directions in Modern Theology 15:2 (March, 1999).  [abs]
  50. Beckwith, S, "Catholicism and Catholicity: Eucharistic Communities in Historical and Contemporary Perspectives". Directions in Modern Theology Directions in Modern Theology, edited by Gregory Jones and James Buckley15:2 (March, 1999).  [abs]
  51. S. Beckwith and A. Wharton, eds., --, JMEMS, vol. 29 no. 2 (Spring, 1999) .
  52. Beckwith, S, "Introduction". Modern Theology 15:2 (January, 1999): 113-114. [doi]
  53. Beckwith, S. "Review of Covert Operations: Secrecy in Middle English Literature." Studies in the Age of Chaucer  (1999).
  54. Beckwith, S, "Introduction - The cultural work of medieval theater: Ritual practice in England, 1350-1600". Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 29:1 (1999): 1-5. [Gateway.cgi]
  55. Beckwith, S, "The Cultural Work of Medieval Theatre: Ritual Practice in England 1350-1600". Jmems 29:1 (Winter, 1999).
  56. Communities in Transition, JMEMS, vol. 28 no. 2 (1998) .
  57. Beckwith, S. "Review of The Body Broken: the Calvinist Doctrine of the Eucharist and the Symbolization of Power in Sixteenth Century France." Church History  (1998).
  58. Beckwith, S; Wharton AJ,, "Body, Matter, Spirit". Jmems, Special Issue 28:3 (Fall, 1998).
  59. Beckwith, S, "English communities in transition, 1350-1600 - Introduction". Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 28:2 (1998): 257-262. [Gateway.cgi]
  60. Beckwith, S. ""Pytussely beholde": Duffy, Consolation and the Contemporary Past." Assays  (1997).
  61. Beckwith, S. "Sacrum Signum: Sacramentality and Dissent in York’s Theatre of Corpus Christi." Dissent in the Middle Ages  (January, 1996).
  62. Beckwith, S. Christ’s Body: Identity, Culture and Society in Late Medieval Writings.  Routledge, (1996).
  63. Beckwith, S. "Review of Texts of the Passion: Latin Devotional Literature and Medieval Society." Studies in Philology  (1996).
  64. Beckwith, S, "The Present of Past Things: The York Corpus Christi Theatre as a Contemporary Theater of Memory". Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies  (Summer, 1996).
  65. Beckwith, S, Review of Love and Marriage in the Middle Ages by George Duby; Consent and Coercion to Sex and Marriage in Ancient and Medieval Societies, edited by Angeliki E. Laiou; Wife and Widow in Medieval England, edited by Sue Sheridan Walker, Medievalia Et Humanistica (1996) .
  66. Beckwith, S. "Ritual, Theatre and Social Space in York’s Play of Corpus Christi." Bodies and Disciplines: Intersections of Literature and History in Fifteenth Century England  (January, 1995).
  67. Beckwith, S. "Review of Feminist Approaches to the Medieval Body." Speculum  (1995).
  68. Beckwith, S. "Making the World in York and the York Corpus Christi Cycle." Framing Medieval Bodies  (January, 1994): 254-276.
  69. Beckwith, S, "Passionate Regulation: Enclosure, Ascesis and the Feminist Imaginary". Saq 93:4 (Fall, 1994): 803-824.
  70. Beckwith, S. "Review of The New Medievalism." Envoi: A Review Journal of Medieval Literature 3.2 (1993).
  71. Beckwith, S. "Ritual, Church and Theatre: Medieval Dramas of the Sacramental Body." Culture and History: Essays on English Communities, Identities and Writing 1350-1600  (January, 1992): 65-90.
  72. Beckwith, S, "Problems of authority in late medieval english mysticism: Language, agency, and authority in the book of margery kempe". Exemplaria 4:1 (January, 1992): 171-199. [doi]  [abs]
  73. Beckwith, S. "The Power of Devils and the Hearts of Men: Notes Towards a Drama of Witchcraft." Shakespeare and the Changing Curriculum  (1991): 143-161.
  74. Beckwith, S, "Kingsley and the Women". Review of Kingsley Amis’S ’The Old Devils,’ New Socialist :45 (January, 1987).
  75. Beckwith, S, "Women sing the Blues". Review of Wilfrid Mellers’ Angels of the Night, Women’S Review :14/15 (January, 1987).
  76. Beckwith, S, "Steven Berkoff’s Theatre of the Grotesque". Review of Sink the Belgrano, New Socialist :42 (October, 1986).
  77. Beckwith, S, "Schlock up your Daughters". Review of Recent ’Exploitation’ Cinema, New Socialist :40 (July, 1986).
  78. Beckwith, S, "Women beware Barker". Review of Howard Barker’S Women Beware Women, New Socialist :39 (June, 1986).
  79. Beckwith, S, "Review of Geoff Dyer’s Ways of Telling: The Works of John Berger". City Limits :276 (January, 1986).
  80. Beckwith, S. "A Very Material Mysticism: The Medieval Mysticism of Margery Kempe." Medieval Literature: History, Criticism and Ideology  (1986): 34-57.
  81. "How to Do Words with Things: Medieval Theatre and the Sacrament of the Word."  a book of essays on medieval theatre   (Forthcoming).

Bell, Neal C.

  1. Bell, NC. shadow of himself.  Playscripts, Inc., (February, 2009).
  2. Bell, NC. Spatter Pattern.  Broadway Play Publishing, (Spring, 2009).
  3. Neal Bell. Spatter Pattern.  Broadway Play Publishing, NY, (2006). [htm]
  4. Neal Bell. Monster.  Broadway Play Publishing, NY, (2004). [htm]
  5. Bell, N. Somewhere in the Pacific.  edited by Clum, JM NY: Stage and Screen, (2001).
  6. Neal Bell. Therese Raquin.  Broadway Play Publishing, (1998).
  7. Neal Bell. Plays by Neal Bell.  Broadway Play Publishing, (1998).
  8. Bell, NC. Ragged Dick.  Broadway Play Publishing, (1998).
  9. Bell, N. Drive.  Samuel French, (1995).
  10. Neal Bell. On the Bum.  Dramatists Play Service, (1994).
  11. Bell, N. Out the Window.  Samuel French, (1992).
  12. Bell, N. A Time-Piece.  edited by Barnes, N; Deutsch, N Alamo Square Press, (1992).
  13. Neal Bell. Ready for the River.  Dramatists Play Service, (1991).
  14. Neal Bell. Sleeping Dogs.  Dramatists Play Service, (1990).
  15. Neal Bell. Cold Sweat.  Dramatists Play Service, (1988).
  16. Neal Bell. Raw Youth.  Dramatists Play Service, (1986).
  17. Neal Bell. Operation Midnight Climax.  Dramatists Play Service, (1982).
  18. Neal Bell. Two Small Bodies.  Dramatists Play Service, (1980).
  19. Bell, N. Gone to Be Snakes Now.  Popular Library, (1974).

Brody, Jennifer D.

  1. J.D. Brody. Punctuation: Art, Politics, and Play.  Duke University Press, (2008).
  2. J.D. Brody. Impossible Purities: Blackness, Femininity and Victorian Culture.  Duke University Press, (1998).

Clum, John M.

  1. Clum, JM. Terrence McNally and Fifty Years of American Gay Drama.  Cambria Press, (June, 2016): 238 pages.
  2. John M. Clum (Editor). GAY DRAMA NOW: AN ANTHOLOGY.  Cambria Press, (2013).
  4. J.M. Clum, "FINISHING THE HAT by Stephen Sondheim". Contemporary Theatre Review  (2011). (In press)
  5. J.M. Clum, "Oscar Andrew Hammerstein, THE HAMMERSTEINS". Studies in Musical Theatre  (2011). (In press)
  10. Ronald L. Davis, "Mary Martin: Broadway Legend". Great Plains Quarterly 29:2 (Spring, 2009): 164-5. (in press)
  11. J.M. Clum. "Gay Drama." Encyclopedia of Contemporary GLBTQ Literature of the United States 1 (2009): 186-88.
  12. J.M. Clum. "Contemporary Gay Drama." LGBTQ AMERICA TODAY  (2009): 894-899.
  13. J.M. Clum. "Batting for the Other Team: Athletics and Homophobia." Performing Difference: Representations of the Other in Theater and Film  (2009): 172-185.
  14. J.M. Clum. "The Sacrificial Stud and the Fugitive Female in Suddenly Last Summer, Orpheus Descending and Sweet Bird of Youth."  Reprint of essay in Cambridge Companion to Tennessee Williams Bloom's Studies in Literature - Tennessee Williams  (2008).
  15. J.M. Clum. "Acting in Musical Theater: History and Theory."  in press KEYWORDS IN MUSICAL THEATER  (2008).
  16. J.M. Clum. ""Period of Adjustment": Marriage in Tennessee Williams and Christopher Durang." The Influence of Tennessee Williams: Essays on Fifteen American Playwrights  (2008): 162-174.
  17. Scott McMillin, "The Musical as Drama". Modern Drama L:2 (Summer, 2007): 297-8.
  18. James Fisher, ed., "Tony Kushner: New Essays on the Art and Politics of His Plays". Text and Presentation 2006 :3 (2006): 223-5.
  19. Book Review, "A Problem Like Maria by Stacy Wolf". Modern Drama  (Spring, 2005).
  20. J.M. Clum, Slow Dancing with Johnny Mathis: Hearing and Queering the 50s (2005)  [author's comments].
  21. J.M. Clum, Monks: A Play (2005) .
  22. J.M. Clum, Almost Lost: A Play (2005) .
  23. J.M. Clum, Politics: A Play (2005) .
  24. J.M. Clum. "Withered Age and Stale Custom: Marriage, Diminution and Sex in TINY ALICE, A DELICATE BALANCE and FINDING THE SUN." Cambridge Companion to Edward Albee  (2004).
  25. "Major entry on sex and gender in Tennessee William's work." Tennessee Williams Encyclopedia  (2004): 72-78.
  26. J.M. Clum. "Musical Theater." Queer Encyclopedia of Music, Dance and Musical Theater  (2004).
  27. Nicholas Pagan, "Rethinking Literary Biography: A Postmodern Approach to Tennessee Williams". Southern Humanities Review  (2004).
  28. "Entries on Edward Albee, Noel Coward, William Inge, Charles Ludlam, Terrence McNally, and Tennessee Williams." The Encylopedia of Homosexuality Second Edition (2003).
  29. "Essay entry on Musical Theater." glbtq, An Online Encyclopedia for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered and Queer Culture  (2003).
  30. "The Classic Western and Shepard's Family Sagas." The Cambridge Companion to Sam Shepard  (2002): 171-188.
  31. "British Gay/Queer and Lesbian Studies. Criticisim and Theory." Edinburgh Encyclopedia of Modern Criticism and Theory  (2002): 792-798.
  32.  He's All Man: Learning Masculinity, Gayness, and Love from American Plays and Movies.  Palgrave - St.Martin's Press, (2002).
  33. Editor and contributor. Asking and Telling: A Collection of Gay Drama for the 21st Century.  New York: Stage and Screen, (2001). (Forthcoming reissue from Applause Theatre Books)
  34.  Something for the Boys: Musical Theatre and Gay Culture.  New York and London: Palgrave, (2001). (Revised paperback edition)
  35.  Dancing in the Mirror. (2001).
  36.  Still Acting Gay.  New York: St. Martin's Press, (2000). (Revision and expansion of Acting Gay: Male Homosexuality in Modern Drama. One hundred new pages)
  37. "42nd Street, a Disco, and a Raincoat Factory: Contexts for a Postmodern American Theatre." Space and the Postmodern Stage  (2000): 117-126.
  38.  Something for the Boys: Musical Theater and Gay Culture.  New York: St. Martins Press, (1999).
  39. "The Sacrifical Stud and the Fugitive Female in Suddenly Last Summer, Orpheus Descending, and Sweet Bird of Youth." The Cambridge Companion to Tennessee Williams  (1998): 128-146.
  40.  Skipper's Ghost.  DIALOGUS Play Service and Publishing, (1998).
  41. "Kramer vs. Kramer: Ben and Alexander: Larry Kramer's Voices and His Audience." We Must All Love One Another or Die: The Life and Legacy of Larry Kramer  (December, 1997): 200-214.
  42. Susan Harris Smith, "American Drama: The Bastard Art". American Literature  (1997): 867-68.
  43. "Where We Are Now: Love! Valour! Compassion! and Contemporary Gay Drama." Terrence McNally: A Casebook  (1997): 141-160.
  44. Bernard F. Dick, "The Star-Spangled Screen: The American World War II Film". South Atlantic Quarterly  (Fall 1986).
  45. "From Summer and Smoke to Eccentricities of a Nightingale: The Evolution of the Queer Alma." Modern Drama XXIX:1 (Spring 1996): 31-50.
  46. Ruby Cohn, "Anglo-American Interplay in Modern Drama". Modern Drama XXXIX (1996): 223-225.
  47.  Staging Gay Lives: An Anthology of Contemporary Gay Male Drama.  Westview - Harper Collins, (1996).
  48. Samuel L. Leiter, "From Stanislavski to Barrault: Representative Directors of the European Stage". Modern Drama XXXVIII (1995): 279-80.
  49. Amelia Howe-Kritzer, "The Plays of Caryl Churchill". Modern Drama XXXVIII (Spring 1995): 131-32.
  50. "Entries on Modern Drama (5,000 words), Contemporary Drama (4,000 words), Tennessee Williams (2,500 words), Edward Albee (2,000 words), and Robert Patrick (500 words)." The Lesbian and Gay Literary Heritage  (1995).
  51.  Escaping Kansas.  DIALOGUS Play Service and Publishing, (1995).
  52.  Mr. Scudder Finds His Muse.  DIALOGUS Play Service and Publishing, (1995).
  53.  Partings.  DIALOGUS Play Service and Publishing, (1995).
  54. Don B. Wilmeth and Tice Miller, Eds., "Cambridge Guide to American Theatre". American Literature  (June 1994): 412-413.
  55. "Opera Without Queens: Queens Without Opera." Performing Arts Journal :47 (May 1994): 107-116.
  56.  Randy's House.  DIALOGUS Play Service and Publishing, (1995).
  57.  While the Monks Marched.  DIALOGUS Play Service and Publishing, (1995).
  58. Nicholas de Jongh, "Not in Front of the Audience: Homosexuality on Stage". LGSN  (Summer 1993).
  59. "'Myself of Course': J.R. Ackerly and Self-Dramatization." Theatre  (Summer 1993): 76-87.
  60. "'And Once I Had It All': AIDS Narratives and Memories on an American Dream." Writing AIDS  (1993): 200-224.
  61.  Acting Gay: Male Homosexuality in Modern Drama.  Columbia University Press, (1992). (Revised and expanded in 1994 with 60 pages of new material.)
  62. "'Being Took Queer': Homosexuality in Simon Gray's Plays." Simon Gray: A Casebook Katherine Burkman (1992): 61-84.
  63. "Hidden Laughter and Middle-Aged Complacency." Simon Gray:A Casebook  (1992): 167-182.
  64. Steven Petrow, "Dancing Against the Darkness". Duke :47 (February-March 1991).
  65. "'The Time Before the War':AIDS, Memory and Desire." American Literature :62 (1990): 648-667.
  66. "Eliot, 'Epipsychidion', and the Post-Modern Wasteland: Allusion in Simon Gray's Butley and Peter Gill's Mean Tears." Text and Performance: Papers in Comparative Drama  (1989): 21-34.
  67. "'Something Cloudy, Something Clear': Homophobic Discourse in Tennessee Williams."  Rpt. in Displacing Homophobia: Gay Male Perspectives in Literature and Culture. Durham, NC: Duke University Press (1989): 149-168. Also reprinted in CRITICAL INSIGHTS: TENNESSEE WILLIAMS, ed. Brenda Murphy. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2011. pp. 226-245. South Atlantic Quarterly  (Winter, 1989): 161-180.
  68. "'A Culture That Isn't Just Sexual': Dramatizing Gay History." Theater Journal :41 (May 1989): 169-189.
  69. "'The Work of a Culture': Cloud 9 and Sex/Gender Theory." Caryl Churchill: A Casebook  (1989): 91-116.
  70. "Entries in BFI Companion to the Western."   (1988).
  71. Mary Lou Kohfeldt, "Lady Gregory: The Woman Behind the Irish Renaisssance". Duke Magazine LXXI:56 (July/August 1986).
  72. Robert K. Martin, "The Homosexual Tradition in American Poetry". American Literature LII (May 1980).
  73. "Religion and Five Contemporary Plays: The Quest for God in a Godless World." South Atlantic Quarterly :77 (Autumn 1978): 418-432.
  74. Gary Schimidgall, "Literature as Opera". South Atlantic Quarterly LXXVII (Summer 1978): 380-82.
  75.  Paddy Chayefsky.  G.K. Hall, (1976).
  76.  Ridgeley Torrence.  Twayne, (1972).
  77. "Ridgely Torrence's Negro Plays: a Noble Beginning." South Atlantic Quarterly :68 (Winter 1969): 96-108.
  78. Martin Gottfried, "A Theater Divided: The Postwar American Stage". American Literature XL (May 1968): 269-270.
  79. Malcolm Goldstein, "The Political Stage: American Drama and Theater of the Great Depression". American Literature XLVII (March 1965): 132-33.
  80. "Entry on Paddy Chayefsky." American National Biography  (1950).

Conceison, Claire

  1. C Conceison, Eating red: Performing maoist nostalgia in Beijing's revolution-themed restaurants, in Food and Theatre on the World Stage, scopus (June, 2015), pp. 100-115 [doi] .
  2. C Conceison, China's Experimental Mainstream: The Badass Theatre of Meng Jinghui, TDR/The Drama Review, vol. 58 no. 1 (Forthcoming Spring 2014), pp. 64-88 [doi] .
  3. Interview of Claire Conceison by Jeffrey Wasserstrom, "A Transnational Translingual Writer: Claire Conceison on Gao Xingjian", L.A. Review of Books (November 2013) [claire-conceison-on-gao-xingjian] .
  4. Translated by C. Conceison. "Behind the Lie" by Yu Rongjun. Theater Journal  vol. 63 no. 3(2011): 323-364.
  5. C Conceison. "Behind the play: The world and works of Nick Rongjun Yu." Theatre Journal 63:3 (October, 2011): 311-321.  [abs]
  6. Translated by C. Conceison. "Ballade Nocturne" by Gao Xingjian.  American University of Paris Cahiers Series(2010).
  7. C Conceison. 水流云在:英若诚自传 (Chinese version of ’Voices Carry’).  Beijing: CITIC Press, (2009).
  8. C Conceison. Voices Carry: Behind Bars and Backstage during China’s Revolution and Reform.  Rowman & Littlefield, (2009). [available here]
  9. C Conceison. "The French Gao Xingjian, Bilingualism, and Ballade Nocturne." Hong Kong Drama Review October 2009:No. 8 (2009): 303-322.
  10. C Conceison, Huang Zuolin Festival (performance review), Theatre Journal, vol. October 2007 (2007), pp. 491-493 .
  11. C Conceison. "Ordinary People, Beijing Style." American Theatre 12 (December, 2005).
  12. C Conceison, A Cruel World: Boundary-Crossing and Exile in The Great Going Abroad, in Contested Modernities in Chinese Literature, manual (June, 2005), Palgrave Macmillan .
  13. C Conceison. "In Memoriam: Ying Ruocheng 1929-2003." American Theatre  (January, 2005): 26-27.
  14. C Conceison, Gao Xingjian and Transcultural Chinese Theater by Sy Ren Quah, Theatre Journal (2005) .
  15. C Conceison, Shashibiya: Staging Shakespeare in China by Ruru Li, Journal of Asian Studies (2005), pp. 709-711 .
  16. C Conceison. Significant Other: Staging the American in China.  University of Hawai’i Press, (2004).
  17. C Conceison, National Abjection: The Asian American Body Onstage by Karen Shimakawa, Asian Theatre Journal (2004) .
  18. C Conceison. "What's New-and Renewed-Onstage in China." TDR/The Drama Review 47:1 (March, 2003): 74-80. [doi]
  19. C Conceison, Misreading the Chinese Character: Images of the Chinese in Euroamerican Drama to 1925 by Dave Williams, China Review International (2003) .
  20. C Conceison. "Fleshing out the Dramaturgy of Gao Xingjian." Modern Chinese Literature and Culture  (November, 2002). [conceison/]
  21. C Conceison. "Hot Tickets: China’s New Generation Takes the Stage." Persimmon: Asian Literature, Arts, and Culture 3:1 (2002): 18-27.
  22. C Conceison. "No Ordinary Days." American Theatre :May/June (2002): 28-31.
  23. C Conceison, Swing in Beijing (media review), Asian Theatre Journal (2002), University of Hawaii Press .
  24. C Conceison, Acting the Right Part: Political Theater and Popular Drama in Contemporary China by Xiaomei Chen, China Review International (2002) .
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D'Alessandro, Michael F

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Damasceno, Leslie H.

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DeFrantz, Thomas F.

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Donovan, Ryan M

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Finucci, Valeria

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  74. Finucci, V, L’educazione dei fratelli: legge del padre e sua riscrittura nel Libro del cortegiano, in Educare il corpo, educare la parola nella trattatistica del Rinascimento., edited by Patrizi, G; Quondam, A (1998), pp. 367-91, Rome: Bulzoni .
  75. Finucci, V; Brownlee, K, Genealogy and transgression: An introduction, International Journal of Phytoremediation, vol. 21 no. 1 (January, 1997), pp. 1-5 [doi] .
  76. Finucci, V, In the name of the brother: Male rivalry and social order in baldassarre castiglione's il libro del cortegiano, International Journal of Phytoremediation, vol. 21 no. 1 (January, 1997), pp. 91-116 [doi]  [abs].
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  79. Finucci, V; Brownlee, K; ed,, Transgressive Genealogies, A Special Cluster of Exemplaria, vol. 9 no. 1 (1997) .
  80. Finucci, V, The Female Masquerade: Ariosto and the Game of Desire, in Desire in the Renaissance: Psychoanalysis and Literature, edited by Finucci, V; Schwartz, R (1995), pp. 61-88, Princeton: Princeton University Press .
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  85. Valeria Finucci,, Dislocation and Dehumanization in a War Novel": Moravia's La Ciociara, Canadian Journal of Italian Studies, vol. 10 (1994), pp. 43-58 .
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Foster, Daniel H.

  1. D.H. Foster. The Minstrel's Progress: From British Bards to American Blackface, 1750 to 1850.  Oxford University Press, (under review).
  2. D.H. Foster. "“The Phoenix Bard”." Romanticism  (under review).
  3. D.H. Foster. "From Das Volk to The Souls of Black Folk: Double-Consciousness and Form in W. E. B. Du Bois." African American Review  (under review).
  4. D.H. Foster. "Writing the Highlands." Studies in Romanticism  (under review).
  5. D.H. Foster. Wagner's "Ring" Cycle and the Greeks.  Cambridge University Press, (February, 2010).
  6. D.H. Foster. "The Eighth Veil: Intermedial Translation and the case of Salome." Noise, Audition, Aurality: Histories of the Sonic World(s) of Europe, circa 1500-1945  (2010 (under consideration)).
  7. D.H. Foster. "Echoes in the Mirror: Cinematic Opera and its Doubles." On Not Looking: Essays on Images and Viewers  ((under consideration)).
  8. D.H. Foster. "“Blackface Sheet Music Iconography and Idiom: The Evolution of Minstrelsy from Theater to Performance"." Modern Language Quarterly  (Spring, 2009).
  9. D.H. Foster. "From Minstrel Shows to Radio Shows: Racism and Representation in Blackface and Blackvoice." Journal of American Theatre and Drama  (Spring, 2005).  [abs]
  10. D.H. Foster. "Film Adaptation: From I, Robot to I Pagliacci." Association of Literary Scholars and Critics Newsletter  (11-1 (Winter 2005): 8).  [abs]
  11. D.H. Foster. The Transatlantic Minstrel Show: British Romanticism and American Blackface. (in progress).  [abs]
  12. D.H. Foster. "Bleeding the Past, Building the Future: Epic and National Identity in Richard Wagner’s Ring Cycle." The McNeese Review  (vol. 42 (2004): 1-19.).  [abs]
  13. "From das Volk to The Souls of Black Folk: Music and National Identity in Richard Wagner and W. E. B. Du Bois." Afro-German Dialogues  (Forthcoming in 2005).  [abs]
  14. Echoes in the Mirror: Cinematic Opera and its Doubles (unpublished essay)  [abs].
  15. Enchanted and in Chains: Drama, Lyric, and the Visual Arts in Opera (unpublished essay)  [abs].
  16. "Performance Communities: Franz Schubert's Die Winterreise and the British Romantics." Inventing the Individual  (2003).  [abs]
  17. The Eighth Veil: Salome and Intermedial Translation, Essays in Arts and Sciences (2003) (Essay currently under review.)  [abs].
  18. "Music Drama or Music Parody? The Operatic Chorus in Richard Wagner's Gotterdammerung." Text and Presentation 22 (2002).  [abs]
  19. Frederic Spott, "Bayreuth: A History of the Wagner Festival". Qui Parle 10:1 (1998): 113-118.

Ginsberg, Lauren

  1. Ginsberg, LD, Allusive Prodigia: Caesar's Comets in Neronian Rome (Tac. Ann. 15.47), Tapa, vol. 150 no. 1 (2020), pp. 231-249, Project Muse [doi] .
  2. Ginsberg, L, “The Failure of Female Fides in the Octavia” in Fides in Flavian Literature (A. Augoustakis, E. Buckley, and C. Stocks, eds). Phoenix Supplementary Volumes 56. (2019) .
  3. Ginsberg, LD; Krasne, DA. After 69 CE - Writing Civil War in Flavian Rome.  Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG, (December, 2018): 499 pages.  [abs]
  4. Ginsberg, LD, VT ET HOSTEM AMAREM: JOCASTA AND THE POETICS OF CIVIL WAR IN SENECA'S PHOENISSAE, Ramus, vol. 46 no. 1-2 (December, 2017), pp. 58-74, Cambridge University Press (CUP) [doi]  [abs].
  5. Ginsberg, LD. Staging Memory, Staging Strife Empire and Civil War in the Octavia.  Oxford University Press, (December, 2016): 240 pages.  [abs]
  6. Lauren Ginsberg,, Jocasta's Catilinarian Oration (Sen. <em>Phoen.</em> 632–43), The Classical Journal, vol. 111 no. 4 (2016), pp. 483-483, Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Inc (CAMWS) [doi] .
  7. Ginsberg, L. "“History as Intertext and Intertext as History in the Octavia” in Roman Drama and its Contexts. (S. Frangoulidis, S. Harrison, G. Manuwald, eds.). Trends in Classics Supplementary Volumes 34: 417-32.."   (2016).
  8. Ginsberg, LD, Don’t Stand So Close to Me: Antigone’s Pietas in Seneca’s Phoenissae, Tapa: Transactions of the American Philological Association, vol. 145 no. 1 (2015), pp. 199-230, Project Muse [doi] .
  9. Ginsberg, L. "Tragic Rome? Roman Historical Drama and the Genre of Tragedy (Brill Companion to Roman Tragedy)."   (2015).
  10. Ginsberg, LD, Wars More Than Civil: Memories of Pompey and Caesar in the Octavia, American Journal of Philology, vol. 134 no. 4 (2013), pp. 637-674, Project Muse [doi] .
  11. Donovan Ginsberg, L, Ingensas an Etymological Pun in theOctavia, Classical Philology, vol. 106 no. 4 (October, 2011), pp. 357-360, University of Chicago Press [doi] .

Gobert, R. Darren

  1. Gobert, RD. Love and Information by Caryl Churchill, or sexuality and gender in non-binary times. (December, 2022): 179-192. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Gobert, RD. "The Seven Streams of the River Ota: National Theatre, London, UK." Paj: a Journal of Performance and Art 43:3 (September, 2021): 35-39. [doi]
  3. Gobert, RD. Adaptations.  edited by Kornhaber, D; Loehlin, J Cambridge University Press, (June, 2021): 214-221.  [abs]
  4. Gobert, RD. "Review of Mount Oympus, directed by Jan Fabre.." Theatre Journal 71:3 (September, 2019): 369-373. [doi]
  5. Gobert, RD, "Review of Acting, Spectating and the Unconscious by Maria Turri". Theatre Research International 43:2 (2018): 228-229.
  6. Gobert, RD; Mackay, E; Owens, C; Watt, I; Wolff, T. "Drama Drama: The State of Drama Studies in the Profession." The Harold Pinter Review 2:1 (2018): 1-15.
  7. Gobert, RD. "Editor's Note." Modern Drama 60:4 (2017): iii-vi.
  8. Gobert, RD. "Editor's Note." Modern Drama 60:3 (2017): iii-v.
  9. Gobert, RD. "The Field of Modern Drama, or Arcadia." Modern Drama 58:3 (September, 2015): 285-301. [doi]
  10. Gobert, RD, "Review of The First Frame: Theatre Space in Enlightenment France by Pannill Camp". Theatre Journal 67:4 (2015): 761-762.
  11. Gobert, RD. The Theatre of Caryl Churchill.  Bloomsbury Publishing, (September, 2014): 328 pages.  [abs]
  12. Gobert, RD. The Mind-Body Stage Passion and Interaction in the Cartesian Theater.  Stanford University Press, (August, 2013): 264 pages.  [abs]
  13. Gobert, RD. The Immaterial Matters.  edited by Haslam, J; Faflak, J University of Toronto Press, (2013): 250-267.
  14. Gobert, RD. "Behaviorism, Catharsis, and the History of Emotion." Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism 26:2 (2012): 109-125. [doi]
  15. Gobert, RD. Arcadia and the Ghosts of Past Performance.  edited by Campos, L; Vatain, J Presses Universitaires de Rennes, (2011): 147-59.
  16. Gobert, RD, "Review of The Persistence of Allegory: Drama and Neoclassicism from Shakespeare to Wagner by Jane K. Brown". Modern Philology 107:3 (2010): E45-E48.
  17. Gobert, RD. Dramatic Catharsis, Freudian Hysteria, and the "Private Theatre" of Anna O.  edited by Pribram, D; Harding, J Routledge, (2009): 321-335.
  18. Gobert, RD. On Performance and Selfhood in Caryl Churchill.  edited by Aston, E; Diamond, E Cambridge UP, (2009): 105-124.
  19. Gobert, RD. Historicizing Emotion: The Case of Freudian "Hysteria" and Aristotelian "Purgation".  edited by Smith, M; Davidson, J; Cameron, L; Bondi, L Routledge, (2009): 57-76.
  20. Gobert, RD. "CARTESIAN SUBJECTIVITY ON THE NEOCLASSICAL STAGE; OR, MOLIÈRE ACTS CORNEILLE FOR LOUIS XIV." Theatre Survey 49:1 (May, 2008): 65-89. [doi]  [abs]
  21. Gobert, RD. "Finding a Physical Language: Directing for the Nineties Generation." New Theatre Quarterly 24:2 (May, 2008): 141-157. [doi]  [abs]
  22. Gobert, RD. "Cognitive Catharsis in The Caucasian Chalk Circle." Modern Drama 49:1 (March, 2006): 12-40. [doi]
  23. Gobert, RD. "The Antitheatrical Paradox in Michel Marc Bouchard’s Les Feluettes, ou La Répétition d’un drame romantique." Canadian Literature == 188 (2006): 47-61.

Hadjioannou, Markos

  1. Chow, R; Hadjioannou, M, Fathers in flux, Cultural Critique, vol. 114 (December, 2022), pp. 23-39 .
  2. Hadjioannou, M, Documenting the Son/iconic Discord, Discourse, vol. 39 no. 3 (2017), pp. 356-375, Wayne State University Press [doi] .
  3. Hadjioannou, M, In the Cold Night of the Day: On Film Noir, Hitchcock, and Identity, Cultural Critique, vol. 94 no. Fall (2016), pp. 127-155 .
  4. Hadjioannou, M. From Light to Byte: Toward an Ethics of Digital Cinema.  University of Minnesota Press, (December, 2012). [from-light-to-byte]  [abs]
  5. Hadjioannou, M. "In Search of Lost Reality: Waltzing with Bashir." DELEUZE AND FILM Deleuze Connections. (2012): 104-120.  [abs]
  6. Hadjioannou, M, David Lynch: Continuities of an Obsessive Nightmare, Images and Views of Alternative Cinema (Festival Catalgue) (June, 2011), Theatro Ena (Short article (c. 3,200 words) as accompaniment for the screening program dedicated to David Lynch's experimental work..) .
  7. Hadjioannou, M, Re-Possessed, Cyprus Film Days 2011: 9th International Film Festival (Catalgue) (April, 2011) .
  8. with Rodosthenous, G; Hadjioannou, M, In Between Stage and Screen: The Intermedial in Katie Mitchell’s…some trace of her, International Journal of Performance Arts & Digital Media, vol. 7 no. 1 (March, 2011), pp. 43-59, Intellect [available here], [doi]  [abs].
  9. Hadjioannou, M, Waking Life: The Destiny of Cinema’s Dreamscape; or the Question of Old and New Mediations, Excursions, vol. 1 no. 1 (2010), pp. 53-72 [11]  [abs].
  10. Hadjioannou, M, How Does the Digital Matter? Envisioning Corporeality through Christian Volckman’s Renaissance, Studies in French Cinema, vol. 8 no. 2 (June, 2008), pp. 123-136, Intellect [doi]  [abs].
  11. Hadjioannou, M, Into Great Stillness, Again and Again: Gilles Deleuze’s Time and the Constructions of Digital Cinema, edited by Ashton, D; Callen, D, Rhizomes, vol. 16 (Summer, 2008) [available here]  [abs].
  12. Hadjioannou, M, Markos Hadjioannou: A Digital Movie, Fileleftheros: P.S. Sunday Art Supplement (April, 2006), pp. 26 .

Hemphill, Ellen   (search)

  1. E. Hemphill. The Narrowing. (September 26, 2013).  [abs]
  2. E. Hemphill. Out of the Blue. (February, 2010). (This play was produced at Duke University in Feb. 2010. It is not published but was a collaborative art work) [org]
  3. E. Hemphill. Plays -performed by Archipelago Theatre - Unpublished: Those Women, Cassandra's Lullaby, Another Time, Another Place, Someone Else,Eulogy for a Warrior, Binky Kite and the Oxymorons, Amor Fortuna, A New Fine Shame, And Mary Wept, A New Fine Shame, Woman in the Attic. (2003). (These are plays produced by Archipelago Theatre 1996-2007. Direction all by Ellen Hemphill; performance in several plays)
  4.  Those Women, Eulogy for a Warrior, Another Time, Another Place, Amor Fortuna, Cassandra's Lullaby, A New Fine Shame, Mary Wept, Woman in the Attic, Binky Kite and the Oxymorons. (2003).

Holmgren, Beth

  1. Holmgren, B, Rethinking the Biography of the Actor and Entertainer, Pamietnik Teatralny, vol. 71 no. 3 (January, 2022), pp. 11-13, Instytut Sztuki Polskiej Akademii Nauk [doi]  [abs].
  2. Holmgren, B, Ganbare! Workshops on Dying, Literary Journalism Studies, vol. 14 no. 1 (2022), pp. 146-149 .
  3. Goscilo, H; Holmgren, B, Polish Cinema Today A Bold New Era in Film (August, 2021), pp. 382 pages, Rowman & Littlefield  [abs].
  4. Holmgren, B, The Mire and The Mire ’97. Dir. Jan Holoubek. South Africa: Showmax; Poland: Studio Filmowe Kadr, 2018, 2021. Dist: Netflix. 50 minutes. Color., Slavic Review, vol. 80 no. 4 (2021), pp. 902-903, Cambridge University Press (CUP) [doi] .
  5. Holmgren, B, Poland 1945: War and Peace, Literary Journalism Studies, vol. 13 no. 1-2 (2021), pp. 202-204 .
  6. Holmgren, B; Sadowska, M, The Art of Loving: The Story of Michalina Wislocka, Slavic Review, vol. 79 no. 1 (January, 2020), pp. 183-184, CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS .
  7. Holmgren, B, Cabaret Nation: The Jewish Foundations of Kabaret Literacki, 1920-1929., in Poland and Hungary Jewish Realities Compared, edited by Guesnet, F; Lupovitch, H; Polonsky, A (February, 2019), pp. 273-288, Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry  [abs].
  8. Holmgren, B, "A Whole World of Mythology". Women'S Review of Books 36:1 (February, 2019): 12-13.  [abs]
  9. Holmgren, B, Holocaust history and jewish heritage preservation: Scholars and stewards working in pis-ruled Poland, Shofar: an Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies, vol. 37 no. 1 (January, 2019), pp. 96-107, Project Muse [doi]  [abs].
  10. Holmgren, B, The Cabaret Song: Its Multi-Ethnic Pedigree and Transnational Adventures, 1919-1968, in Being Poland A New History of Polish Literature and Culture since 1918, edited by Trojanowska, T; Nizynska, J; Czaplinski, P (October, 2018), University of Toronto Press  [abs].
  11. Holmgren, B, Tending Andersland: The Calling of Feliks Konarski and Nina Olenska, in Diaspora polska w Ameryce Polnocnej, edited by Raczynski, R; Morawska, K (2018), pp. 513-528, Muzeum Emigracji w Gdyni .
  12. Holmgren, B, "Their Own Wars: A Review of Svetlana Alexievich's THE UNWOMANLY FACE OF WAR: AN ORAL HISTORY OF WOMEN IN WORLD WAR II". Women'S Review of Books 54:6 (December, 2017): 11-13.
  13. Holmgren, B, Jerzy Jurandot, edited by Sandru, C; Koropeckyj, R, Literary Encyclopedia (2017) .
  14. Holmgren, B, "The Cult of Forbidden Thoughts: The Big Green Tent by Liudmila Ulitskaya, translated by Polly Gannon". Women'S Review of Books 33:4 (July, 2016): 12-13.
  15. Hashamova, Y; Holmgren, B; Lipovetsky, M, Transgressive women in modern Russian and east European cultures: From the bad to the blasphemous (January, 2016), pp. 1-216, Routledge [doi]  [abs].
  16. Holmgren, B, From the legs up: The rise and retreat of the chorus girl in interwar Poland, in Transgressive Women in Modern Russian and East European Cultures: From the Bad to the Blasphemous (January, 2016), pp. 13-29 [doi] .
  17. Holmgren, B, Collecting the Show on the Road: Spotlight on Anna Mieszkowska and the Polish Cabaret Archive, The Polish Review, vol. 59 no. 4 (December, 2014), pp. 3-20, University of Illinois Press [doi]  [abs].
  18. Holmgren, B, "Cabaret Identity: How Best to Play a Jew or Pass as a Gentile in Wartime Poland", Journal of Jewish Identities, vol. July 2014 no. Issue 7, number 2 (July, 2014), pp. 15-33, .
  19. Holmgren, B, "Nadezhda Mandelstam", in YIVO ENCYCLOPEDIA OF JEWS IN EASTERN EUROPE, edited by Hundert, GD (February, 2014), Yale UP .
  20. Holmgren, B, Helena Modjeska on the American Stage, edited by Litak, A; Kurylczyk, B (February, 2014), pp. 2-3, The Helena Modrzejewska Theatre in Krakow, Poland .
  21. B. Holmgren, "Lopek and Company: The Warsaw Careers of Kazimierz Krukowski", POLIN: Studies in Polish Jewry (2014) .
  22. Holmgren, B, Cabaret Identity: How Best to Play a Jew or Pass as a Gentile in Wartime Poland, Journal of Jewish Identities, vol. 7 no. 2 (2014), pp. 15-33, Project Muse [doi] .
  23. Holmgren, B, Russia on their mind: How hollywood pictured the Soviet front, in Americans Experience Russia: Encountering the Enigma, 1917 to the Present (December, 2013), pp. 105-123 [doi] .
  24. Holmgren, B, The Lives of Secret Others, East European Film Bulletin (August, 2013) (  [author's comments].
  25. with Blobaum, R; Holmgren, B; Wampuszyc, E, Warsaw 2013, East European Politics & Societies, vol. 27 no. 2 (May, 2013), pp. 185-186, SAGE Publications [doi] .
  26. Holmgren, B, Acting Out: Qui pro Quo in the Context of Interwar Warsaw, East European Politics & Societies, vol. 27 no. 2 (May, 2013), pp. 205-223, SAGE Publications [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs].
  27. Holmgren, B, Toward an Understanding of Gendered Agency in Contemporary Russia, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, vol. 38 no. 3 (Spring, 2013), pp. 535-542, University of Chicago Press [doi] .
  28. with Chatterjee, C; Holmgren, B, Americans Experience Russia: Encountering the Enigma, 1917 to the Present (January, 2013), pp. 1-232, Routledge [doi]  [abs].
  29. Chatterjee, C; Holmgren, B, Introduction (January, 2013), pp. 1-11 [doi]  [abs].
  30. Holmgren, B, Russia on Their Mind: How Hollywood Pictured the Soviet Front, in Americans Experience Russia: Encountering the Enigma, 1917 to the Present (January, 2013), pp. 105-123 [doi]  [abs].
  31. Goldovskaya, M; Chatterjee, C; Holmgren, B, An Interview with Marina Goldovskaya, a “Russian American” Filmmaker, in Americans Experience Russia: Encountering the Enigma, 1917 to the Present (January, 2013), pp. 199-204 [doi]  [abs].
  32. Holmgren, B, Starring Madame Modjeska: On Tour in Poland and America (November, 2011), pp. 432 pages, Indiana University Press  [abs].
  33. B. Holmgren, STARRING MADAME MODJESKA: ON TOUR IN POLAND AND AMERICA (October 20, 2011), Indiana University Press [product_info.php]  [abs].
  34. B. Holmgren, Russia on Their Mind: How Hollywood Depicted the Soviet Front, in AMERICANS EXPERIENCE RUSSIA: ENCOUNTERING THE ENIGMA, 1917 TO THE PRESENT (forthcoming in 2013), pp. 24 pp in ms. .
  35. B. Holmgren, "Helena Modjeska on the American Stage", Special publication (Newspaper of scholarly "reviews" and photo album), edited by Anna Litak, Bianka Kurylczyk, THE QUEEN OF DRAMA (Fall, 2010), pp. 2-3, The Helena Modrzejewska Theatre in Krakow, Poland .
  36. Holmgren, B, The art of playing patriot: The polish stardom of Helena Modjeska, Theatre Journal, vol. 62 no. 3 (October, 2010), pp. 349-371 [Gateway.cgi]  [abs].
  37. Holmgren, B, The Polish Actress Unbound: Tales of Modrzejewska/Modjeska, in The Other in Polish Theater and Drama, edited by Johnston, B; Cioffi, K (2010), pp. 57-77, Slavica Publishers .
  38. Holmgren, B, War, Women, and Song: The Case of Hanka Ordonowna, Aspasia: the International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women’S and Gender History, vol. 2 (Summer, 2010), pp. 139-54 .
  39. Holmgren, B, Taking Stock, Screening History: Twenty Years of Women’s Studies at AAASS, Newsnet of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, vol. 49 no. 1 (January, 2009), pp. 1-4 .
  40. Holmgren, B, Edouard de Reszke, in POLISH-AMERICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE: AN ENCYCLOPEDIA, edited by Pula, J (2009) .
  41. Holmgren, B, Jean de Reszke, in POLISH-AMERICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE: AN ENCYCLOPEDIA, edited by Pula, J (2009) .
  42. Holmgren, B, Ne-natural’naia shkola:Semeistvo Tal'nikovykh Panaevoi, in Trava: Punkty, edited by Ushakin, S; Trofimova, E (Fall, 2009), pp. 45-72, Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie (Original article published in Russian..) .
  43. Holmgren, B, "Od Booth-a do Modrzejewskiej: Wyrafinowany Szekspir na scenie amerykanskiej" ("From Booth to Modjeska: Refining Shakespeare for the American Stage"), Pamietnik Teatralny (Theatre Journal), vol. LVIII no. 3-4 (Summer, 2009), pp. 27-57  [author's comments].
  44. B. Holmgren, "Nadezhda Mandelstam", in YIVO ENCYCLOPEDIA OF JEWS IN EASTERN EUROPE, edited by Gershon D. Hundert (Spring, 2008), Yale UP .
  45. Holmgren, B, Nadezhda Mandel’shtam, in Dictionary of Literary Biography: Russian Prose Writers After World War II, edited by Rydel, C, vol. 302 (2008), pp. 164-71, Thomson Gale .
  46. Holmgren, B, Evgeniia Ginzburg, in Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe, edited by Hundert, GD (Spring, 2008), Yale UP .
  47. Holmgren, B, Settlling for the Real Hollywood: Russians in Studio-Era American Film, in American Artists From the Russian Empire, edited by Petrova, Y (Fall, 2008), pp. 97-115, The State Russian Museum & The Foundation for International Arts and Education .
  48. Holmgren, B, Aristocrats and Working Girls: Towards a History of Russian Emigre Women in the United States", in MAPPING THE FEMININE: RUSSIAN WOMEN AND CULTURAL DIFFERENCE, edited by Hoogenboom, H; Nepomnyashchy, C; Reyfman, I (Winter, 2008), pp. 231-47. .
  49. Holmgren, B, Fiction and the Acting Life: The Memoir of Helena Modjeska, in Real Stories, Imagined Realities: Fictionality and Non-fictionality in Literary Constructs and Historical Contexts, Tampere Studies in Language, Translation and Culture, Series A, edited by Lehtimaki, M; Leisti, S; Rytkonen, M (Summer, 2007), pp. 343-57., Tampere University Press  [abs].
  50. Holmgren, B, Review of Knut Andreas Grimstad & Ursula Phillips, ed. GENDER AND SEXUALITY IN ETHICAL CONTEXT: TEN ESSAYS ON POLISH PROSE, Slavic Review, vol. 66 no. 2 (Summer, 2007), pp. 323-24 .
  51. Holmgren, B, "The Blue Angel" and Blackface: Redeeming Entertainment in Aleksandrov's "Circus", Russian Review, vol. 66 no. 1 (2007), pp. 5-22 [20620475], [doi] .
  52. B. Holmgren, H. Goscilo, eds., POLES APART: WOMEN IN MODERN POLISH CULTURE, Indiana Slavic Studies, edited by Helena Goscilo, Beth Holmgren (November, 2006), pp. 171 pages, Slavica Publishers (This volume includes my co-authored introduction and my authored article, "Public Women, Parochial Stage: The Actress in Late Nineteenth-Century Poland.".) .
  53. Holmgren, B, Public women, parochial stage: The actress in late nineteenth-century Poland, in Poles Apart: Women in Modern Polish Culture (January, 2006), pp. 11-35  [abs].
  54. Holmgren, B, Five short articles – "Nadezhda Mandelstam," "Liudmila Petrushevskaia," "GUM," "Lidiia Ruslanova," "Red Army Chorus", in THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN CULTURE, edited by Evans-Romaine, K; Goscilo, H; Smorodinskaya, T (Fall, 2006), Routledge UP .
  55. B. Holmgren, "Nadezhda Mandel'shtam", in DICTIONARY OF LITERARY BIOGRAPHY: RUSSIAN PROSE WRITERS AFTER WORLD WAR II, edited by Christine Rydel, vol. 302 (Spring, 2005), pp. 164-71, Thomson Gale .
  56. Goscilo, H; Holmgren, B, Poles Apart: Women in Modern Polish Culture, edited by Goscilo, Helena, ; Holmgren, Beth, (2005), pp. 167 pages, Slavica Pub .
  57. Holmgren, B, Imitation of Life: A Russian Guest in the Polish Regimental Family, in Polish Encounters/Russian Identity, edited by Ransel, D; Shallcross, B (Spring, 2005), pp. 37-49, Indiana University Press .
  58. Holmgren, B, W domu u Sienkiewicza, in Polonistyka Po Amerykansku: Badania Nad Literature Polska W Ameryce Polnocnej (1990-2005), edited by Filipowicz, H; Karcz, A; Trojanowska, T (Summer, 2005), pp. 301-15, Instytut Badan Literackich PAN .
  59. Holmgren, B, Cossack Cowboys, Mad Russians: The Émigré Actor in Studio-Era Hollywood, Russian Review, vol. 64 no. 2 (2005), pp. 236-258, WILEY [doi] .
  60. Gheith, J; Holmgren, B, Art and prostokvasha: Avdot'ia panaeva's work (December, 2003), pp. 128-144 .
  61. Holmgren, B, Introduction, Russian Memoir: History and Literature, vol. 8 no. SUPPL. 5 (December, 2003), pp. S4-S4, Elsevier BV [doi] .
  62. The Russian Memoir, edited by Holmgren, Beth, (November, 2003), pp. 256 pages, Northwestern University Press  [abs].
  63. B. Holmgren, THE RUSSIAN MEMOIR: HISTORY AND LITERATURE, edited by Beth Holmgren (November, 2003), Northwestern University Press (This edited volume includes my introduction (ix-xxxix) and an essay I co-authored with Jehanne Gheith, "Art and Prostokvasha: Avdot'ia Panaeva's Work" (128-44).) .
  64. B. Holmgren, "The Polish Actress Unbound: Tales of Modrzejewska/Modjeska", in THE OTHER IN POLISH THEATRE AND DRAMA, Indiana Slavic Series, edited by Bill Johnston, Kathleen Cioffi (Summer, 2003), pp. 57-77, Slavica Publishers .
  65. Holmgren, B, Emigre-zation: American Picture Books and Russian Artists, in KAZAAM! SPLAT! PLOOF! The American Impact on European Culture Since 1945, edited by Ramet, S; Crnkovic, G (Spring, 2003), pp. 219-33, Rowman and Littlefield .
  66. Holmgren, B, America, America: Scouting the Routes of Translation, in Living in Translation: Polish Writers in America, edited by Stephan, H (Spring, 2003), pp. 29-43, Rodopi Press .
  67. Holmgren, B, At Home with Sienkiewicz, in Framing the Polish Home: Postwar Cultural Constructions of Hearth, Nation, and Self, edited by Shallcross, B (Fall, 2002), pp. 219-36, Ohio University Press .
  68. Holmgren, B, Ameryka, Ameryka, czyli jak zyc w przekladzie, in Zycie W Przekladzie, edited by Stephan, H (Fall, 2002), pp. 17-33, Wydawnictwo Literackie, Krakow, Poland .
  69. Holmgren, B, The Importance of Being Unhappy, or Why She Died, in Imitations of Life: Two Centuries of Melodrama in Russia, edited by McReynolds, L; Neuberger, J (Fall, 2002), pp. 79-98, Duke University Press .
  70. Holmgren, B, Writing the Female Body Politic (1945-1985), in The Cambridge History of Russian Women's Literature, edited by Barker, A; Gheith, J (Fall, 2002), pp. 225-42, Cambridge University Press .
  71. Holmgren, B, Virility and Gentility: How Sienkiewicz and Modjeska Redeemed America, Polish Review, vol. XLVI no. 3 (2001), pp. 283-296 .
  72. Вербицкая, А; Holmgren, B, Keys to Happiness A Novel (1999), pp. 300 pages, Indiana University Press  [abs].
  73. Holmgren, B, Rewriting Capitalism (December, 1998), pp. 260 pages, University of Pittsburgh Pre  [abs].
  74. Goscilo, H; Holmgren, B, Russia--women--culture (1996), pp. 386 pages, Indiana University Press  [abs].
  75. Holmgren, B, Patronized Saints: The Cult of the Artist in Poland's Illustrated Weekly, East European Politics and Societies, vol. 10 no. 3 (1996), pp. 416-438, SAGE Publications [doi] .
  76. Holmgren, B, Those Unsettling Slavs, Or There's No Place Like Home, Literary Studies East and West, vol. 11 (1996), pp. 98-110 .
  77. Holmgren, B, The Heart of the Matter? Nationalizing the Russian and Polish Romance, Teksty Drugie (Texts 2), vol. 3/4 (1995), pp. 68-86 .
  78. Holmgren, B, Bug Inspectors and Beauty Queens: The Problems of Translating Feminism into Russian, Genders, vol. 22 (1995), pp. 15-31 .
  79. Holmgren, B, Why Russian Girls Loved Charskaia, Russian Review, vol. 54 no. 1 (1995), pp. 91-106, JSTOR [130776], [doi] .
  80. Holmgren, B, Women's Works in Stalin's Time (January, 1993), pp. 225 pages, Indiana University Press  [abs].
  81. Holmgren, B, The Transfiguring of Context in the Work of Abram Terts, Slavic Review, vol. 50 no. 4 (1991), pp. 965-977, Cambridge University Press (CUP) [2500476], [doi]  [abs].
  82. Holmgren, B, Rozmowy z Gombrowiczem.(Gombrowicz’s A Kind of Testament), Pamiętnik Literacki (The Literary Journal), vol. 1 (1990), pp. 75-106 .
  83. Holmgren, B, Witold Gombrowicz within the Wieszcz Tradition, Slavic and East European Journal, vol. 33 no. 4 (1989), pp. 556-570, JSTOR [308286], [doi] .

Kelley, Anthony M.

  1. A.M. Kelley, Soundtrack to "Kudzu Vine" [Documentary] (May, 2011) [26640630]  [abs].
  2. A.M. Kelley, "Kudzu Vine Suite" (2011)  [abs].
  3. A.M. Kelley, "Grist for the Mill" (2010) [id380000131]  [abs].
  4. A.M. Kelley, Nicholas Lewis, Reginald Patterson, David Garner, Contra-Funkti, 1-6 (2009)  [abs].
  5. A.M. Kelley, Incidental Music to the stage production, SPRING AWAKENING (Spring, 2008)  [abs].
  6. A.M. Kelley, Soundtrack to "The Doll" (October 18, 2007), Myrmecoid Music [watch]  [abs].
  7. Kelley, AM, Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson: Composer with colossal imagination, The News and Observer (February, 2007) [html]  [abs].
  8. A.M. Kelley, Conjure Bearden [Musical Suite for Film] (Spring, 2006), Myrmecoid Music [mov]  [abs].
  9. A.M. Kelley, Point of Reference (2003), Myrmecoid Music  [abs].

Khalsa, Keval K.

  1. Subject of Feature story in the Independent Weekly (June 9, 2010) [Content] .
  2. Radio Interview with Blake Tedder, WCOM Radio, Full Lotus Kirtan Show (April 20, 2010) [episodes]  [abs].

Kim, Hye Won

  1. Kim, H. "Domesticating Hedwig: Neoliberal Global Capitalism and Compression in South Korean Musical Theater." The Journal of Popular Culture 51:2 (April, 2018): 421-445. [doi]
  2. Kim, G; Kim, H. "“Play the Woman”: The Feminine Theatricality of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew and Shakespeare and Fletcher’s Henry VIII." Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Literature Studies 66 (May, 2017): 35-54. [doi]
  3. Jiyon, B; Kim, H. "Mapping the Dissonance of World Literature." The Journal of Modern British & American Language & Literature 35:1 (February, 2017): 205-205. [doi]
  4. Kim, H. "Celebrating heteroglossic hybridity: Ready-to-assemble Broadway-style musicals in South Korea." Studies in Musical Theatre 10:3 (December, 2016): 343-354. [doi]
  5. Hye won Kim,. "R&H Brand: Breeding of American Paternalism and the Inception of Flower Drum Song." American Studies 38:1 (June, 2015): 1-35. [doi]

Lee, Esther K.

  1. Lee, EK. A genealogy of the Fu Manchu Mustache. (June, 2022): 125-140. [doi]
  2. Lee, EK. Made-Up Asians: Yellowface During the Exclusion Era. (January, 2022): 1-268. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Lee, EK; Odom, G. "A conversation about new directions in studies of modernity and theatre." Studies in Theatre and Performance  (January, 2022). [doi]
  4. Lee, EK. BD WONG (San Francisco, California, 1960-). (January, 2022): 242-245. [doi]
  5.  MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY WORLD DRAMA Critical and Primary Sources. (2022).  [abs]
  6. Lee, E. Transcultural Memory and Food in Julia Cho’s Aubergine. (July, 2021).
  7. Lee, E. Sounding Asian American: Geeks and Superheroes in Qui Nguyen’s Vietgone.  Routledge, (May, 2021): 193-206.
  8. Lee, E. Asian American Theater and Drama from the 1960s to the 1990s.  Oxford University Press, USA, (2020).
  9. Lee, E. Historiography of Yellowface: Stage Make-Up, Materiality and Technology.  Bloomsbury Publishing, (October, 2019).
  10. Canning, CM; Lee, EK; Warner, S. "Adages for Ethical Graduate Mentoring in the Twenty-first Century." Theater Topics 29:2 (2019): 103-113. [doi]
  11. Lee, EK. Korean Diaspora and the Moebius Strip: Sung Rno's Yi Sang Counts to Thirteen and Transnational Avant-Garde Theater.  SPRINGER, (April, 2018).
  12. Lee, EK. "M. Butterfly by David Henry Hwang." Theatre Journal 70:4 (2018): 560-561. [doi]
  13. Lee, EK. All the Stage’s a World: The Organization of International, Multicultural, and Global Theatre Companies in the U.S.. (October, 2016).  [abs]
  14. Lee, EK. "Strangers Onstage: Asia, America, Theatre, and Performance." Journal of American Drama and Theatre 28:1 (2016).
  15. Lee, EK. The Theatre of David Henry Hwang.  Bloomsbury Publishing, (December, 2015): 224 pages.  [abs]
  16. Lee, EK. Contemporary Asian American Drama.  Cambridge University Press, (December, 2015).  [abs]
  17. Lee, EK. Designed Bodies: A Historiographical Study of Costume Design and Asian American Theater.  Oxford University Press, USA, (2015).
  18. Lee, EK. Asian American Women Playwrights and the Dilemma of the Identity Play: Staging Heterotopic Subjectivities.  Macmillan International Higher Education, (January, 2014).
  19. Lee, EK. Seven Contemporary Plays from the Korean Diaspora in the Americas.  Duke University Press, (August, 2012): 330 pages.  [abs]
  20. Lee, EK. Patient Zero: Jean Yoon and Korean Canadian Theatre.  Theatre Communications Group, (2011).
  21. Lee, EK. Avant-Garde Becomes Nationalism: Immortalizing Nam June Paik in South Korea.  SPRINGER, (November, 2010).
  22. Lee, EK. A History of Asian American Theatre.  Cambridge University Press, (October, 2006): 264 pages.  [abs]
  23. Lee, EK. "Transnational Legitimization of an Actor: The Life and Career of Soon-Tek Oh." Modern Drama 48:2 (2005): 371-408.
  24. Lee, EK. "Between the Personal and the Universal: Asian American Solo Performance from the 1970s to the 1990s." Journal of Asian American Studies 6:3 (October, 2003): 289-312.

Lentricchia, Frank

  1. Lentricchia, F. "From ’Last Will and Testament’." Scribner Magazine  (Fall 1996).
  2. Lentricchia, F. "Ezra Pound’s American Book of Wonders." South Atlantic Quarterly  (Spring 1993).
  3. Lentricchia, F. "Patriarchy Against Itself–The Young Manhood of Wallace Stevens." Critical Inquiry  (Summer 1987).
  4. Lentricchia, F. "Reflections on the Return of William James." Cultural Critique  (Fall 1986).
  5. Lentricchia, F. "On Behalf of Theory." Triquarterly  (Fall 1985).
  6. Lentricchia, F. "Luigi Ventura and the Origins of Italian-American Fiction." Italian Americana  (Spring 1975).
  7. Lentricchia, F. "The Romanticism of William James." Salmagundi  (Winter 1974).
  8. Lentricchia, F. "Wallace Stevens: The Ironic Eye." The Yale Review  (Spring 1967).
  9. Lentricchia, F. The Accidental Pallbearer.  Melville House, (2013).
  10. Lentricchia, F. The Sadness of Antonioni, SUNY Press (fiction). (2010).
  11. Lentricchia, F. "The Italian Actress."   (Spring, 2008).
  12. Lentricchia, F. Essays on the Fiction of Frank Lentricchia, ed. by Thomas DePietro.  Guernica Editions, (2007).
  13. Lentricchia, F. SAQ: A General Issue Including Poetry, Fiction, Criticism, and Photo-Essays. (February, 2004): 275 pages.
  14. Lentricchia, F; Issue,, South Atlantic Quarterly: Special Issue (2004), Duke University Press (including poetry, fiction, criticism, and photo essays.) .
  15. F. Lentricchia, DeLillo and/or Aristotle, South Atlantic Quarterly (Summer/Fall 2000) .
  16. Lentricchia, F. "Dissent from the Homeland".  Duke University Press, (2003). (Expanded South Atlantic Quarterly issue, co-edited with Stanley Hauerwas)
  17. Lentricchia, F. The Italiam-American Reader.  edited by Tonelli, B William Morrow, (2003).
  18. Lentricchia, F. Don DeLillo’s White Noise.  Philadelphia, (2003).
  19. Lentricchia, F. Close Reading: The Reader.  edited by Lentricchia, F; DuBois, A Duke University Press, (2003).
  20. McAuliffe, J; Lentricchia, F. Crimes of Art and Terror.  University of Chicago Press, (2003). (trans. into Turkish)
  21. Lentricchia, F. "Modern American Lyric in the Culture of Capital."  Book-length contribution to Cambridge History of American Literature Cambridge History of American Literature  (2003).
  22. Lentricchia, F. "DeLillo and/or Aristotle." South Atlantic Quarterly  (2003).
  23. Lentricchia, F. "Johnny Critelli." The Italian American Reader  (2003).
  24. Lentricchia, F. ""Tales of the Electronic Tribe"." Don DeLillo’s White Noise  (2003).
  25. Lentricchia, F, "Dissent from the Homeland: Essays after 9/11", South Atlantic Quarterly (September, 2002) (Special Issue of South Atlantic Quarterly.) .
  26. Lentricchia, F. The Penguin Book of Italian-American Writing.  edited by Barreca, R New York, (2002).
  27. Lentricchia, F. "Sitdown at the Heartland Hotel." The Penguin Book of Italian-American Writing  (2002).
  28. Lentricchia, F. Lucchesi and The Whale.  Duke University Press, (2001). (Fiction)
  29. Lentricchia, F. "DeLillo and/or Aristotle." South Atlantic Quarterly  (2000).
  30. Lentricchia, F. The Music of the Inferno.  SUNY Press, (1999). (Fiction)
  31. Lentricchia, F. "Islas Malvinas." London Review of Books  (1999).
  32. Lentricchia, F. "Lucchesi: His Life in Art." London Review of Books  (1998).
  33. Lentricchia, F. "Don DeLillo’s Primal Scenes." White Noise: Text and Criticism  (1998).
  34. Lentricchia, F. "No More Whining." London Review of Books  (1997).
  35. Lentricchia, F. The Knifemen.  Scribner, (1996). (Fiction)
  36. Lentricchia, F. Johnny Critelli.  Scribner, (1996). (Fiction)
  37. Lentricchia, F. "Last Will and Testament of an Ex-Literary Critic." Lingua Franca  (1996).
  38. Lentricchia, F. "From ’Johnny Critelli’." Scribner Magazine  (1996).
  39. Lentricchia, F. The Edge of Night.  Random House, (1994). (Autobiography)
  40. Lentricchia, F. Modernist Quartet.  Cambridge University Press, (1994).
  41. Lentricchia, F. "Christmas 1987." Harper’S  (1993).
  42. Lentricchia, F. "My Kinsman, T.S. Eliot." Raritan  (1992).
  43. Lentricchia, F. "Making It to Mepkin Abbey." Harper’S  (1992).
  44. Lentricchia, F. New Essays on White Noise.  Cambridge University Press, (1991).
  45. Lentricchia, F. Introducing Don DeLillo.  Duke University Press, (1991).
  46. Lentricchia, F. "The Resentments of Robert Frost." American Literature  (June, 1990).
  47. Lentricchia, F. Critical Terms for Literary Study.  University of Chicago Press, (1990).
  48. LENTRICCHIA, F. "PHILOSOPHERS OF MODERNISM AT HARVARD, C.1900." South Atlantic Quarterly 89:4 (Fall, 1990): 787-834. [Gateway.cgi]
  49. Lentricchia, F. "Lyric in the Culture of Capitalism." American Literary History 1:1 (1989): 63-88. [doi]
  50. Lentricchia, F. "Foucault’s Legacy: A New Historicism?." The New Historicism  (1989).
  51. Lentricchia, F. "The Redemptive Imagination." Modern Critical Views: Robert Frost  (1989).
  52. Lentricchia, F. "Analysis of Burke’s Speech." The Legacy of Kenneth Burke  (1989).
  53. Lentricchia, F. Ariel and the Police: Michel Foucault, William James, Wallace Stevens.  University of Wisconsin Press, (1988).
  54. Lentricchia, F. "Andiamo." Critical Inquiry  (1988).
  55. Lentricchia, F. "The ’Life’ of a Humanist Intellectual." The Academic’s Handbook  (1988).
  56. Lentricchia, F. "Anatomy of a Jar." South Atlantic Quarterly  (1987).
  57. Lentricchia, F. "The Return of William James." The Current in Criticism  (1987).
  58. Lentricchia, F. "On the Ideologies of Poetic Modernism, 1890-1913: The Example of William James." Reconstructing American Literary History  (1986).
  59. Lentricchia, F. Criticism and Social Change.  University of Chicago Press, (1983).
  60. LENTRICCHIA, F. "RORTY CULTURAL CONVERSATION." Raritan a Quarterly Review 3:1 (1983): 136-141. [Gateway.cgi]
  61. Lentricchia, F. "Reading History with Kenneth Burke." Representing Kenneth Burke: Selected Papers from the English Institute  (1983).
  62. LENTRICCHIA, F. "READING FOUCAULT 'PUNISHMENT, LABOR, RESISTANCE' .2.." Raritan a Quarterly Review 2:1 (1982): 41-70. [Gateway.cgi]
  63. LENTRICCHIA, F. "READING FOUCAULT .1. PUNISHMENT, LABOR, RESISTANCE." Raritan a Quarterly Review 1:4 (1982): 5-32. [Gateway.cgi]
  64. Lentricchia, F. "Reivew of Karl Keller’s The Only Kangaroo Among the Beauty." South Atlantic Quarterly  (Winter, 1981).
  65. Lentricchia, F. After the New Criticism.  University of Chicago Press, (1980).
  66. Lentricchia, F. "Derrida, History, and Intellectuals." Salmagundi  (1980).
  67. Lentricchia, F. "Review of Richard Poirer’s Robert Frost: The Work of Knowing." South Atlantic Quarterly  (Winter, 1979).
  68. LENTRICCHIA, F. "HISTORICITY OF FRYES 'ANATOMY'." Salmagundi :40 (1978): 97-121. [Gateway.cgi]
  69. Lentricchia, F. "Review of Harold Bloom’s Poetry and Repression." Modern Language Quarterly  (March, 1977).
  70. Lentricchia, F. "Wallace Stevens: The Critic’s Redemption." Modern Language Quarterly  (March, 1975).
  71. Lentricchia, F. "Robert Frost: Latest Assessments." Cea Critic  (January, 1975).
  72. Lentricchia, F. Robert Frost: Modern Poetics and the Landscapes of Self.  Duke University Press, (1975).
  73. Lentricchia, F. "The Poetry of John J. Soldo." Italian Americana  (Fall, 1974).
  74. Lentricchia, F. "Robert Frost and Modern Literary Theory." Frost: Centennial Essays  (1974).
  75. Lentricchia, F. "Mailer: Occult Gossip." Riverside Press Enterprise  (1973).
  76. Lentricchia, F. "Coleridge and Emerson: Prophets of Silence, Prophets of Language." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism  (1973).
  77. Lentricchia, F. "Robert Frost: The Aesthetics of Voice and the Theory of Poetry." Criticism  (1973).
  78. Lentricchia, F. "Experience as Meaning: Robert Frost’s ’Mending Wall’." Cea Critic  (1972).
  79. Lentricchia, F. "The Place of Cleanth Brooks." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism  (1970).
  80. Lentricchia, F. The Gaiety of Language: An Essay on the Radical Poetics of W.B. Yeats and Wallace Stevens.  University of California Press, (1968).
  81. Lentricchia, F. "Yeats and Stevens." Contemporary Literature  (1968).
  82. Lentricchia, F. "Four Types of Nineteenth-Century Poetic." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism  (1968).
  83. Lentricchia, F. "Attitudes Toward Literature." Poetry  (May, 1967).
  84. Lentricchia, F. "Wallace Stevens: Emergence of the Poet." Poetry  (December, 1966).
  85. Lentricchia, F. "Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Byron Whirlwind." Bulletin of the New York Public Library  (April, 1966).
  86. Lentricchia, F. "Some Coordinates of Modern Literature." Poetry  (1966).
  87. Lentricchia, F. "Byron in Boston." Emerson Society Quarterly  (1964).

McAuliffe, Jody

  1. McAuliffe, J. "Ibsen in practice, relational readings of performance, cultural encounters and power." Studies in Theatre and Performance 36:1 (January, 2016): 98-99. [doi]
  2. McAuliffe, J. "Bozo’s Circus." Litscapes: Collected Writings 2015  (May, 2015).
  3.  "Political and Protest Theatre after 9/11, Patriotic Dissent". Text & Presentation, 2012 The Comparative Drama Conference Series9 (2013).
  4. McAuliffe, J. The Mythical Bill, A Neurological Memoir.  Sightline Series University of Iowa Press, (2013).
  5. McAuliffe, J. "Gulag Follies." Ethics & Images of Pain  (2012).
  6. McAuliffe, J. "Enda Walsh - med unik scenisk fantasi." Norwegian Shakespeare and Theatre Magazine  (2011).
  7. McAuliffe, J. "Mythical Bill: An Inordinately Bright, Dreary Life." Topograph: New writing from the Carolinas and the landscape beyond  (2010).
  8. McAuliffe, J. "Maly Theatre of St. Petersburg’s production of Uncle Vanya." Norwegian Shakespeare and Theatre Magazine  (2010).
  9. McAuliffe, J. "He Sings the Body Tinterotic." Frank Lentricchia: Essays on his Fiction  (2009).
  10. McAuliffe, J. "The Wooster Group - La Didone." Norsk Shakespeare Og Teater Tidsskrift  (2009).
  11. McAuliffe, J. My Lovely Suicides (a novel).  Ravenna Press, (2008).
  12. McAuliffe, J. "Mesterlig av Caryl Churchill." Norsk Shakespeare Og Teater Tidsskrift  (2008).
  13. McAuliffe, J. "Fire korte av Beckett." Norsk Shakespeare Og Teater Tidsskrift  (2008).
  14. McAuliffe, J. "Den ultimate feminist." Norsk Shakespeare Og Teater Tidsskrift  (2008).
  15. McAuliffe, J. "Teater som inkvisisjon." Norsk Shakespeare Og Teater Tidsskrift  (2008).
  16. McAuliffe, J. "Faulkners romanunivers til scenen." Norsk Shakespeare Og Teater Tidsskrift  (2008).
  17. McAuliffe, J. "Boos etterkommere (Descendants of Boo)." Vagant Magazine, Norway  (September, 2006).
  18. Jody McAuliffe and Frank Lentricchia, translated into Turkish by Ayrinti Yayinlari. Crimes of Art and Terror. (2005).
  19. McAuliffe, J. "Lucia Joyce as Cordelia and the Fool." Journal of Modern Literature  (2005).
  20. McAuliffe, J. "Grave Love." South Atlantic Quarterly  (December, 2003).
  21. Lentricchia, F; McAuliffe, J. Crimes of Art and Terror.  University of Chicago Press, (November, 2003): 200 pages.  [abs]
  22. with Frank Lentricchia. "Groundzeroland." South Atlantic QuarterlyDissent from the Homeland: Essays after 9/11  (2003).
  23. William Noland. "The Image World of Mao II."  contains my notes on William Noland's images South Atlantic Quarterly  (2003).
  24. McAuliffe, J; Lentricchia, F. "Groundzeroland." Dissent from the Homeland: Essays after 9/11  (2003).
  25. McAuliffe, J. "Fire and Water." The Norwegian Shakespeare and Theatre Magazine  (2003).
  26. McAuliffe, J. "Not So Far Away." The Norwegian Shakespeare and Theatre Magazine  (2003).
  27. McAuliffe, J. "Reflections on a Director’s Process."  translated by Evers, K; Rollerston, J The New Trial  (2001).
  28. McAuliffe, J. "The Imaginary Letters of Heinrich von Kleist to the Poet Holderlin."  fiction Literary Imagination  (Winter, 2001).
  29. Various,. "Mysterious actions: New American drama."  Guest Editor South Atlantic Quarterly 99:2/3 (2000): 273-275. [doi]
  30. McAuliffe, J. "The Neurology of Ninfa." Italy, Italy  (1999).
  31.  Plays, Movies, and Critics.  edited by McAuliffe, J Duke Press, (1993).
  32. McAuliffe, J. "The Church of the Desert: Reflections on The Sheltering Sky." Plays, Movies, and Critics  (Spring, 1993).
  33. McAuliffe, J. "American Dreaming: 1492." Duke Magazine  (May, 1992).
  34. McAuliffe, J. "Standing on End."  short story Southwest Review  (Spring, 1989).

Metzger, Sean

  1. S. Metzger, "When Men Dance: Choreographing Masculinities across Borders". Dance Research Journal 44:1 (Summer, 2012): 118-119.
  2. S. Metzger. "Mifune and Me: Asian/American Corporeal Citations and the Politics of Mobility." The Journal of Transnational American Studies 4:1 (2012): 18 pages. [acgcc_jtas]
  3. S. Metzger, "Slaves to Fashion: Black Dandyism and the Styling of Black Diasporic Identity; Beyond the Black Lady: Sexuality and the New African American Middle Class". American Literature 83:4 (Dec 2011): 866-868.
  4. S. Metzger. "At the Vanishing Point: Theatre and Asian/American Critique." American Quarterly 63:2 (2011): 277-300.
  5. S. Metzger. "Le Rugissement du Lion: Mapping and Memory in Montreal’s Chinese/Canadian Street Theater." New Essays in Canadian Theatre Vol. 1: Asian Canadian Theatre  (2011). [html]
  6. Embodying Asian/American Sexualities (2010)  [author's comments].
  7. with Olivia Khoo, Futures of Chinese Cinema: Technologies and Temporalities in Chinese Screen Cultures (2009), Intellect [available here] .
  8. S. Metzger. "Saving Face, or the Future Perfect of Queer Chinese/American Cinema?." Futures of Chinese Cinema: Technologies and Temporalities in Chinese Screen Cultures  (2009): 223-240.
  9. with Olivia Khoo. "Introduction." Futures of Chinese Cinema: Technologies and Temporalities in Chinese Screen Cultures  (2009): 13-34.
  10. with Gina Masequesmay. "Introduction: Embodying Asian/American Sexualities." Embodying Asian/American Sexualities  (2009): 1-21.
  11. with Michaeline Crichlow and Patricia Northover. "Questioning Freedoms in the Atlantic World (intro essay)." Cultural Dynamics 21:3 (2009): 215-225.
  12. S. Metzger. "Unsettling: Towards a Chinese/Cuban Cultural Critique." Cultural Dynamics 21:3 (2009): 317-338.
  13. with Michaeline Crichlow, Race, Space, Place: Making and Unmaking Freedoms in the Atlantic World, Cultural Dynamics, vol. 21 no. 3 (2009) .
  14. "Ripples in the Seascape: The Cuba Commission Report and the Idea of Freedom." Afro-Hispanic Review 27:1 (Spring, 2008): 105-121.
  15. S. Metzger, Yuko Kurahashi et al, Performance Review of The First National Asian American Theater Festival, Theatre Journal, vol. 60 no. 2 (May 2008), pp. 283-285 .
  16. Performance Review of Yohen, Theatre Journal, vol. 51 no. 4 (Dec 1999), pp. 68-70 .
  17. S. Metzger, "The Provincetown Players and the Culture of Modernity; Avant-Garde Performance and the Limits of Criticism: Approaching the Living Theatre, Happenings/Fluxus, and the Black Arts Movement; Performance in America: Contemporary U.S. Culture and the Performing Arts". American Literature 79:4 (December, 2007).
  18. S. Metzger, "Double Agency: Acts of Impersonation in Asian American Literature and Culture and Americans First: Chinese Americans and the Second World War". American Literature 79:1 (March, 2007): 201-203.
  19. S. Metzger. "The Little (Chinese) Mermaid: Importing "Western" Femininity in Lou Ye's Suzhou he (Suzhou River)." How East Asian Films Are Reshaping National Identities: Essays on the Cinemas of China, Japan, South Korea, and Hong Kong  (2007): 135-154.
  20. with Gina Masequesmay, Embodying Asian/American Sexualities (2009), Lexington Books [CATALOG.db&eqSKUdata=0739129031] .
  21.  "Yellowface: Creating the Chinese in American Popular Music and Performance, 1850s-1920s and From Inner Worlds to Outer Space: The Multimedia Performances of Dan Kwong". TDR 50:192 (Winter, 2006).
  22. "Patterns of Resistance?: Anna May Wong and the Fabrication of China in American Cinema of the late 30s." Quarterly Review of Film and Video 23:1 (2006): 1-11.
  23.  "The Protestant Ethnic and the Spirit of Capitalism by Rey Chow". Modern Chinese Literature and Culture and MCLC Resource Center Publication  (February, 2005). [htm]
  24. "Charles Parsloe's Chinese Fetish: An Example of Yellowface Performance in Nineteenth-Century American Melodrama." Theatre Journal 56 (December, 2004): 627-651.
  25. with Cathy Irwin. "Keeping Up Appearances: Ethnic Alien-Nation in Female Solo Performance." Mixing It Up: Multiracial Subjects  (2004): 163-180.
  26. "Ice Queens, Rice Queens and Intercultural Investments in Zhang Yimou's Turandot." Asian Theatre Journal 20:2 (Fall, 2003): 209-217.
  27. "Filmic Revisions of Vietnam and the MIAs (Male Indochinese Asexuals)." Quarterly Review of Film and Video 19:2 (2002): 107-121.
  28. "Eugenie Chan." Asian American Playwrights: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook  (2002): 18-23.
  29. "Mulan, verkleedpartijen in China." Zorro & Co. : Populaire personages en het koloniale verleden.  (2002): 117-126.
  30. with Hope Medina, "Performing America: Cultural Nationalism in American Theater". Theatre Journal 53 (May, 2001): 358-360.
  31. "Farewell My Fantasy."  also published in Queer Asian Cinema, ed. Andrew Grossman (NY: Haworth Press, 2000). Revised version in Chinese translation published as "Ba Wang Bie Ji Kua Xingbie yu Wenhua de Huanmie." Ed. and Trans. Ya-Chen Chen. Ba Wang Bie Ji: Tongxinglian Yuedu yu Kua Wenhua Duehua. Taiwan: Nanhua University Press, 2004: 121-157. Journal of Homosexuality 39:3-4 (2000): 213-232.

Moi, Toril

  1. Moi, T, Response to eight respondents to my book Revolution of the Ordinary, Nonsite.Org (May, 2019), Emory University .
  2. Anderson, A; Felski, R; Moi, T. Character Three Inquiries in Literary Studies.  Trios, (2019): 160 pages.  [abs]
  3. Moi, T. "Acknowledging the Other: Reading, Writing, and Living in The Mandarins." Yale French Studies 135-136:135-136 (2019): 100-115.
  4. Anderson, A; Moi, T; Felski, R. "Introduction & Rethinking Character." Character Three Inquiries in Literary Studies  (2019): 1-76.  [abs]
  5. Moi, T. "Lidenskapens grammatikk: Om Vigdis Hjorth og Annie Ernaux (The Grammar of Passion: About Vigdis Hjorth and Annie Ernaux)." Fem kvinner, tre menn og en datter skriver om Vigdis Hjorth  (2019): 77-88.
  6. Moi, T. "From femininity to finitude: Freud, lacan, and feminism, again." Dialogues on Sexuality, Gender and Psychoanalysis  (March, 2018): 93-135.
  7. Moi, T, Describing My Struggle, The Point (December, 2017) .
  8. Moi, T. Revolution of the Ordinary Literary Studies After Wittgenstein, Austin, and Cavell.  University of Chicago Press, (May, 2017): 306 pages.  [abs]
  9. Moi, T. "The adulteress wife." On Ne Nait Pas Femme: On Le Devient the Life of a Sentence  (January, 2017): 103-113. [doi]  [abs]
  10. Moi, T. "Hedda’s words: The work of language in Hedda Gabler." Ibsen's Hedda Gabler: Philosophical Perspectives  (January, 2017): 152-173. [doi]  [abs]
  11. Moi, T. Toril Moi leser A.O. Vinje [Toril Moi reads A. O. Vinje].  Nasjonalbiblioteket, (2016): 62 pages.
  12. Moi, T. "'Nothing Is Hidden’: From Confusion to Clarity, Or Wittgenstein on Critique." Rethinking Critique  (2016).
  13. Moi, T. "Foreword." The Utopian, by Michael Westlake  (2016): VII-XIV.  [abs]
  14. Moi, T, Naised: sugu, soolisus ja vabadus [Translation of “Women: Sex, Gender, and Freedom: Thoughts about Equality and Difference” Manuscript written for the Ministry for Equality’s Feminist Research Conference in Tallinn, Estonia, on June 1, 2015], Sirp: Eesti Kultuurileht (July, 2015), pp. 3-5 (translated by Larin, L; Talvik, R.) .
  15. Moi, T. "‘Øyeblikkets bedrageriske fylde’: Handling, språk og eksistens i Liv Køltzows forfatterskap." Å forsvinne i teksten  (May, 2015).
  16. Moi, T. "Thinking through examples: What ordinary language philosophy can do for feminist theory." New Literary History 46:2 (March, 2015): 191-216. [doi]
  17. Bauer, N; Beckwith, S; Crary, A; Laugier, S; Moi, T; Zerilli, L. "Introduction." New Literary History 46:2 (2015): v-xiii. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  18. Showalter, E; Moi, T. "Elaine showalter a literature of their own." Feminist Literary Criticism  (January, 2014): 24-52. [doi]  [abs]
  19. Moi, T. "Fem røde epler: Fra navn til bruk. En kommentar til §1 i Wittgensteins Filosofiske undersøkelser” [Five red apples: from names to use, A commentary on §1 in Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations]." Edda 114:4 (2014): 348-353.
  20. Moi, T. "Ibsen’s Late Style."  9,000 words Henrik Ibsen, The Master Builder and Other Plays  (2014).
  21. Moi, T. "Stumhet og kjærlighet: En lesning av Amtmandens Døttre [Muteness and Love: A Reading of The District Governor’s Daughters].." Å bli en stemme: Nye studier i Camilla Colletts forfatterskap  (2014): 33-54.
  22. Moi, T. "’Something That Might Resemble a Kind of Love’: Fantasy and Realism in Henrik Ibsen’s Little Eyolf." Understanding Love Through Philosophy, Film, and Fiction, ed. Susan Wolfe and Christopher Grau  (December, 2013): 185-208.
  23. Moi, T. "Hedda's Silences: Beauty and Despair in Hedda Gabler." Modern Drama 56:4 (Winter, 2013): 434-456. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  24. Moi, T. "Shame and Openness: On Karl Ove Knausgård."  translated by Moi, T; Lunde, AF Salmagundi Magazine 107:Winter (2013): 205-210.
  25. Moi, T. "Afterword: How the French Read." New Literary History 44:2 (Spring, 2013): 299-314. [doi]
  26. Moi, T. "‘To Make them Other, and Face Them’: Literature, Philosophy and ‘La Femme rompue’." Women, Genre and Circumstance: Essays in Memory of Elizabeth Fallaize  (2012): 11-24.
  27. Moi, T. "Access to the Universal: Language, Literature and the Humanities." The Critical Pulse: Thirty-Six Credos by Contemporary Critics  (2012): 183-87.
  28. Toril, M. "Henrik Ibsen and idealism: Rethinking literary history of the XIX century." Etudes Germaniques 62:4 (December, 2007): 915-932.  [abs]
  29. Dupont, N; Moi, T. "The poetic piping of Christian Prigent: Ventiloquits framework and glottic phrase." Contemporary French and Francophone Studies 10:2 (December, 2006): 127-140. [doi]
  30. Moi, T. Henrik Ibsen and the Birth of Modernism: Art, Theater, Philosophy.  Oxford University Press, (2006): xvi + 396 pages.
  31. Moi, T. Sex, Gender and the Body: The Student Edition of What Is a Woman?.  Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, (2005): xv + 274 pages. (Contains the first two essays in What Is a Woman? and a new preface.)
  32. Moi, T. "Introduction." Camille The Lady of the Camellias, by Alexandre Dumas Fils 4 (2003): iii. [doi]  [abs]
  33. Moi, T. What Is a Woman? and Other Essays.  Oxford University Press, (January, 1999): xv + 517 pages.
  34. MOI, T. "ANOTHER COLETTE - THE QUESTION OF GENDERED WRITING - HUFFER,L." French Forum 20:2 (1995): 250-252. [Gateway.cgi]
  35. Moi, T. "&quot;Am I That Name&quot;: Reply to Deborah Knight." New Literary History 26:1 (1995): 57-62. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  36. Moi, T. Simone de Beauvoir: The Making of an Intellectual Woman.  Blackwell, (1994): xii + 324 pages.
  37. MOI, T; MITCHELL, J. "PSYCHOANALYSIS, FEMINISM, AND POLITICS, A CONVERSATION WITH MITCHELL,JULIET." South Atlantic Quarterly 93:4 (1994): 925-949. [Gateway.cgi]
  38. Moi, T. "Review Article Femininity Revisited." Journal of Gender Studies 1:3 (May, 1992): 324-334. [doi]
  39. Moi, T. "She died because she came too late…" knowledge, doubles and death in thomas's tristan." Exemplaria 4:1 (January, 1992): 105-133. [doi]
  40. Moi, T. "Simone de Beauvoir's L'Invitée: an existentialist melodrama." Paragraph 14:2 (July, 1991): 151-169. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  41. MOI, T. "Review. Subject to Change: Reading Feminist Writing. Miller, Nancy K.." French Studies 45:1 (January, 1991): 112-112. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  42. MOI, T. "Review. Politics, Philosophy, Culture: Interviews and Other Writings 1977-1984. Edited with an introduction by Lawrence D. Kritzman. Foucault, Michel." French Studies 44:3 (July, 1990): 370-370. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  43. MOI, T. "BOOKS OR SPINNING-WHEELS - ON WOMEN, PHILOSOPHY, ET-CETERA - FRENCH - LEDOEUFF,M." Tls the Times Literary Supplement :4549 (1990): S13-S13. [Gateway.cgi]
  44. MOI, T. "SEXUAL SUBVERSIONS - 3 FRENCH FEMINISTS - GROSZ,E." Tls the Times Literary Supplement :4549 (1990): S13-S13. [Gateway.cgi]
  45. MOI, T. "A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE - JOHNSON,B." Substance :59 (1989): 120-122. [Gateway.cgi]
  46. MOI, T. "Review. Simone de Beauvoir: Witness to a Century. Wenzel, Helene Vivienne (ed.)." French Studies 42:2 (April, 1988): 235-236. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  47. Moi, T. "Leo Bersani, The Freudian Body: Psychoanalysis and Art, New York: Columbia University Press, 1986, £15.45, 126 pp." History of the Human Sciences 1:2 (January, 1988): 276-279. [doi]
  48. DANIUS, S; MOI, T. "AN INTERVIEW WITH MOI,TORIL ON LITERATURE AND SEXUAL POLITICS." Blm Bonniers Litterara Magasin 57:4 (1988): 258-264. [Gateway.cgi]
  49. MOI, T. "Review. Feminism in France. From May '68 to Mitterrand. Duchen, Claire." French Studies 41:4 (October, 1987): 494-494. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  50. MOI, T. "Review. Theory as Fiction. Bowie, Malcolm, Freud, Proust and Lacan.." French Studies 41:4 (October, 1987): 469-469. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  51. MOI, T. "Review. Cross-References. Modern French Theory and the Practice of Criticism. Kelley, David and Llasera, Isabelle (eds)." French Studies 41:3 (July, 1987): 371-371. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  52. Various,. French Feminist Thought.  edited by Moi, T Blackwell, (1987): x + 260 pages.
  54. MOI, T. "FEMMES, RECENT WRITINGS ON FRENCH WOMEN - WEITZ,MC." French Studies 41:1 (1987): 114-116. [Gateway.cgi]
  55. MOI, T. "Review. The Knowledge of Ignorance. From Genesis to Jules Verne. Martin, Andrew." French Studies 40:2 (April, 1986): 246-246. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  56. MOI, T. "Review. Cousins, Mark and Hussain, Athar, Michel Foucault." French Studies 40:1 (January, 1986): 113-113. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  57. Kristeva, J. The Kristeva Reader.  edited by Moi, T Oxford: Blackwell, and New York: Columbia, (1986): viii + 327 pages.
  58. MOI, T. "CIXOUS,HELENE, WRITING THE FEMININE - CONLEY,VA." Quinquereme New Studies in Modern Languages 9:1 (1986): 80-83. [Gateway.cgi]
  59. Moi, T. Sexual/Textual Politics: Feminist Literary Theory.  Methuen, (1985): xviii + 206 pages.

Montozzi-Wood, Johann R.

  1. Montozzi-Wood, J. Queer Epistemologies in the Making of Queer Makishi: Visibility, Trans-position, and Devised Performance Practice.  edited by Listengarten, J; Meerzon, Y Methuen Drama, (December, 2021).  [abs]

Morris, Christine

  1.  The VASTA Voice and Speech Workout and CD.  edited by Janet Rodgers Applause Books, (2000). (An anthology of voice and speech warmups, songs, and exercises contributed by leading voice and speech specialists and practitioners. Ms. Morris is one of the professionals who contributed to the collection)
  2. C. Morris and Gillian Lane-Plescia, Accents of the American South, II (1998) (Collected numerous North Carolina and other Southern dialect samples for study and publication. Used internationally by voice coaches, directors, and actors.) .

O'berski, Jaybird

  1. Berski, JO. Middleton & Rowley’s THE CHANGELING.  edited by Ewert, K; Edmondson, P Palgrave Macmillan, (May, 2012). [title.aspx]  [abs]

Porter, Joseph A.

  1. Porter, JA. "A Thread." Golden Handcuffs Review II:23 (June, 2017): 65-69.
  2. O'Brien, S, THEN AND NOW, Tls the Times Literary Supplement no. 5890 (February, 2016), pp. 16-16 [Gateway.cgi] .
  3.  Touchez du bois: Nouvelles.  Joelle Losfeld/Gallimard, (forthcoming).
  4. "Mercury." Stanford Global Shakespeare Encyclopedia  (forthcoming).
  5.  "Review of Lena Cowen Orlin, ed. Othello: The State of Play". Renaissance Quarterly  (Fall, 2015).
  6. "from Deep France: A Memoir." Traveltainted (online)  (Spring, 2015).
  7. "Character and Ideology in Shakespeare."  Reprint from 1991 Shakespeare Left and Right: Routledge Revivals  (2015).
  8. "Mercutio (repr. from Shakespeare's Mercutio)." Romeo and Juliet: A Norton Critical Edition  (forthcoming).
  9. Porter, JA. "Othello: The State of Play. Lena Cowen Orlin, ed. Arden Shakespeare: The State of Play. London: Bloomsbury, 2014. xi + 290 pp. $26.95.." Renaissance Quarterly 68:3 (2015): 1148-1149. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  10. Porter, JA. "Mercury." Shakespeare Encyclopedia  (December, 2014).
  11. Porter, JA, Mr. Seguin's Goat: Reverse Translation from Daudet, _Lettres de mon moulin_, Golden Handcuffs Review (May, 2014) .
  12. Porter, JA, Nadine (repr. with new preface), New Madrid (May, 2014) .
  13. porter, J, In the Mind's Eye (April, 2014) .
  14. Porter, JA, Strange Motions: Unintentional Patternings in the Plots of Hal's Plays (April, 2014) .
  15. Porter, JA, Interview (April, 2014) .
  16. Porter, JA, The Vacation (April, 2014) .
  17. Porter, JA, Gender Vectors in the Pragmatic Space of Shakespearean Drama (April, 2014) .
  18. Porter, JA, Pragmatics of Duologue: King John, Romeo and Juliet, and Measure for Measure (April, 2014) .
  19. Porter, JA, Fraternal Pragmatics: John and the Bastard (April, 2014) .
  20. Porter, JA, Bright Glances (April, 2014) .
  21. Porter, JA, St. Sylvere's Head (April, 2014) .
  22. Porter, JA, St. Sylvere's Head (April, 2014) .
  23. Porter, JA, St. Sylvere's Head (April, 2014) .
  24. Porter, JA, Mercutio in Performance (April, 2014) .
  25. Porter, JA, Mercutio and Marlowe (April, 2014) .
  26. Porter, JA, Aerial View (April, 2014) .
  27. Porter, JA, Pragmatics and Shakespeare (April, 2014) .
  28. Porter, JA, St. Sylvere's Head (April, 2014) .
  29. Porter, JA, Retrieval (April, 2014) .
  30. Porter, JA, St.Sylvere's Head (April, 2014) .
  31. Porter, JA, St. Sylvere's Head (April, 2014) .
  32. Porter, JA, West Baltimore and Attention Shoppers (April, 2014) .
  33. Porter, JA, Politics and Shakespeare (April, 2014) .
  34. Porter, JA, Yours (April, 2014) .
  35. Porter, JA, Why Write, Who For? (April, 2014) .
  36. Porter, JA, An Errand (April, 2014) .
  37. Porter, JA, Work in Progress (April, 2014) .
  38. Porter, JA, An Errand (April, 2014) .
  39. Porter, JA, Aerial View (April, 2014) .
  40. Porter, JA, Naufrage and Diapason (April, 2014) .
  41. Porter, JA, Homage to William Faulkner (April, 2014) .
  42. Porter, JA, Joe Ashby Porter: New Fiction (April, 2014) .
  43. Porter, JA, from Resident Aliens (April, 2014) .
  44. Porter, JA, Scrupulous Amadee (April, 2014) .
  45. Porter, JA, Duckwalking (April, 2014) .
  46. Porter, JA, From Resident Aliens (April, 2014) .
  47. Porter, JA, from Resident Aliens (April, 2014) .
  48. Porter, JA, from Resident Aliens and "Scrupulous Amadee" (April, 2014) .
  49. Porter, JA, from Resident Aliens (April, 2014) .
  50. Porter, JA, from Resident Aliens (April, 2014) .
  51. Porter, JA, from Resident Aliens (April, 2014) .
  52. Porter, JA, from Resident Aliens (April, 2014) .
  53. Porter, JA, A Pear-shaped Woman and a Fuddy-duddy (April, 2014) .
  54. Porter, JA, A Man Wanted to Buy a Cat (April, 2014) .
  55. Porter, JA, Close Reading Without Readings (April, 2014) .
  56. Porter, JA, Revisiting Shakespeare's Eliot (April, 2014) .
  57. Porter, JA, Ultrafiction (April, 2014) .
  58. Porter, JA, "The Murder of Gonzago" in _Hamlet_: What's the Word (April, 2014) .
  59. Porter, JA, Plus d'un titre, Live Radio Conversation, Radio France Culture (April, 2014) .
  60. Porter, JA, Le futur proche, Reading and Discussion (April, 2014) .
  61. Porter, JA, A Conversation on Literary Translation (April, 2014) .
  62. Porter, JA, 2012, Constitutive Vision and Spectral Textuality in _Othello_ (April, 2014) .
  63. Porter, JA. "Response to Marie Chaix, Silences, or A Woman’s Life." Golden Handcuffs Review 18 (2014).
  64. Porter, JA. "Dear Toby." Golden Handcuffs Review 19 (2014).
  65. Porter, JA. "Review of Marie Chaix, Woman's Life." Golden Handcuffs Review  (2014).
  66. Porter, JA, In a Nutshell, Golden Handcuffs Review, vol. 18 (Winter, 2014) .
  67. eds. Joseph A. Porter, Edward McGee, and (Assoc. Ed.) Jill levenson, New Variorum Othello (In progress since ca. 1990) .
  68. Shakespeare, W, New Variorum Othello (in progress), edited by Porter, Joseph A, ; McGee, Edward, ; Levenson, Jill, (2013) .
  69. Porter, JA. "For Bob." Review of Contemporary Fiction 33.1: Robert Coover Festschrift  (2012).
  70. Porter, JA. "An Interface."   (2012).
  71. Porter, JA, In a Nutshell, Preliminary Sketch, Fence (2012) .
  72. Porter, JA. Le futur proche.  Joëlle Losfeld/Gallimard (Paris), (2011). (Translation by Bernard Hoepffner of _The Near Future_)
  73. Porter, JA, Burnt Alum, Golden Handcuffs Review (Spring, 2011) .
  74. Mathews, R; Peterson, ED, Response., Revista Espanola De Cardiologia (English Ed.), vol. 63 no. 10 (2010), pp. 1215-1216 [doi] .
  75. Porter, JA, About my Fiction (2010) .
  76. Porter, JA. "Eloquence and Liminality (repr. from Shakespeare’s Mercutio)." Shakespearean Criticism, vol. 118  (February, 2009).
  77. Porter, JA. "Review of Toby Olson, _Tampico_." Golden Handcuffs Review  (2009).
  78. Porter, JA. "Now This." Long Story Short: Flash Fiction by . . . North Carolina's Finest Writers  (2009).
  79. Porter, JA. All Aboard: Stories.  Turtle Point Press, (2008).
  80. Porter, JA. "Now This, repr." Long Story Short: Flash Fiction by Sixty-five of North Carolina’s Finest Writers  (2008).
  81. Porter, JA. "Review of Ben Fountain, _Close Encounters with Che Guevara_." Duke Magazine  (2008).
  82. Porter, JA, Race and Othello's Slavery: A Passage in Genre Fugue. (2008) .
  83. Porter, JA, Dream On, Golden Handcuffs Review, vol. I no. 10 (2008) .
  84. Porter, JA, Blind Spots: Ocular Proof in _Othello_ Discourse (2007) .
  85. Porter, JA, Nadine, repr., with new preface, New Madrid (2007) .
  86. Porter, JA. The Near Future.  (novel), Turtle Point Press, (2006).
  87. Ashby Porter, J. "'Solstice'." Michigan Quarterly Review 45:4 (2006): 655-674. [Gateway.cgi]
  88. Porter, JA, Merrymount, Yale Review (2006) .
  89. Porter, JA, Solstice, Michigan Qurterly Review (2006) .
  90. "Marlowe, Shakespeare, and the Canonization of Heterosexuality (2nd repr.)." Literary and Cultural Theory: From Basic Principles to Advanced Applications  (2005 [2001]).
  91. Porter, JA. "Marlowe, Shakespeare, and the Canonization of Heterosexuality (2nd. reprint)." Literary and Cultural Theory: From Basic Principles to Advanced Applications  (2005).
  92. Porter, JA. "Bowling Green, repr." The Kentucky Anthology: Two Hundred Years of Writing in the Bluegrass State  (2005).
  93. Porter, JA. "West Baltimore, repr." So the Story Goes: Twenty-Five Years of the Johns Hopkins Short Fiction Series  (2005).
  94. Porter, JA. "Revisiting Shakespeare’s Eliot." Renaissance Papers 2004  (2005).
  95. Porter, JA, Rare Accidents: Pangs of Scriptive Transparency (2005) .
  96. Porter, JA, Textual Alter Egos: Life as Reader and Writer (2005) .
  97. Porter, JA, Tamiami Trail, excerpt from _The Near Future_, English Studies Forum (Online) (2005) .
  98. Porter, JA, Reunion Eve, Golden Handcuffs Review (2005) .
  99. Porter, JA, Manatee, excerpt from _The Near Future_, Golden Handcuffs Review (2005) .
  100. Porter, JA, Mr. Seguin’s Goat: Reverse Translation from Daudet, _Lettres de mon moulin_, Golden Handcuffs Review (2005) .
  101. Oster, J. "Joseph A. Porter/Joe Ashby Porter." Duke Arts and Sciences News  (2004).
  102. Porter, JA, Pending, Harrington Gay Men’S Fiction Quarterly (2004) .
  103. Porter, JA, "Bone Key" from _Touch Wood_ (2003) .
  104. Porter, JA, "Touch Wood," Featured Reading (2003) .
  105. Porter, JA. Touch Wood: Short Stories.  Turtle Point Press, (2002). [available here]
  106. Porter, JA. "from Shakespeare’s Mercutio."  68 (2002).
  107. Porter, JA, An Errand and Touch Wood (2002) .
  108. Porter, JA, Touch Wood (2002) .
  109. Porter, JA, Touch Wood (2002) .
  110. Porter, JA, A Man Wanted to Buy a Cat, Kenyon Review (2002) .
  111. Porter, JA. "Multiple Identities." Duke Magazine  (February, 2001).
  112. Yours, in Home and Beyond: An Anthology of Kentucky Short Stories (2001), Lexington: U Kentucky P .
  113. Porter, JA. "Eloquence and Liminality: Glossing Mercutio’s Speech Acts."  Reprinted from Shakespeare's Mercutio Romeo and Juliet: New Casebooks  (2001).
  114. Porter, JA, "To Mauretania": Re-framing Othello: Contexts, Para-texts and Critical New Directions." (2001) .
  115. Porter, JA, from Resident Aliens and Touch Wood (2001) .
  116. Porter, JA, Icehouse Burgess, Yale Review (July, 2000) .
  117. Porter, JA. Resident Aliens (novel).  New Amsterdam/Ivan R. Dee, (2000).
  118. Porter, JA. "The Wild Goose Chase: Teaching Metaphor in Romeo and Juliet." Approaches to Teaching Romeo and Juliet  (2000).
  119. Porter, JA, Roof Work from This is Where We Live (2000) .
  120. Porter, JA, Separated at Birth: Hamlet, Othello, Welles, Olivier (2000) .
  121. Porter, JA, Naufrage and Diapason, and Touch Wood (1999) .
  122. Porter, JA, Roof Work (1999) .
  123. Touch Wood, Carolina Quarterly (1998) .
  124. Porter, JA. "Review of Andre Brink’s Destabilizing Shakespeare." Shakespeare Quarterly  (1998).
  125. Porter, JA; Brink, A; Brink, A. "Destabilising Shakespeare." Shakespeare Quarterly 49:2 (1998): 235-235. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  126. Porter, JA, Jojo's Sabbatical Report (1998) .
  127. Porter, JA, Millennial Editing (1998) .
  128. Porter, JA; ed,. Critical Essays on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.  Boston: G. K. Hall, (1997).
  129. Porter, JA. "In the Mind." The Store of Joys: Writers Celebrate the NC Museum of Art’s 50th Anniversary  (1997).
  130. Porter, JA. "Naufrage and Diapason."  Originally appeared in Fiction, 1995 Voices from Home: The North Carolina Prose Anthology  (1997).
  131. Porter, JA, In The Mind, Th Store of Joys: Writers Celebrate the Nc Museum of Arts 50th Anniversary (1997), JOhn F. Blair .
  132. "Belleforest's 'Vn esclaue More' and Othello." Shakespeare Quarterly 47:2 (1996).
  133. Porter, JA. "A Calling."  8:2 (1996).
  134. Porter, JA, Aaron, Eleazor, Othello: Surfing the Islamic Intertext in Early Modern English Drama (1996) .
  135. Porter, JA, Bone Key, Yale Review (1996) .
  136. Porter, JA. "A Calling." Journal of Kentucky Studies  (1995).
  137. Porter, JA, Slavery Racialized (1994) .
  138. Porter, JA, An Errand, Fiction International (1994) .
  139. Porter, JA. "Renaissance Sexuality and Text: Three Studies."  Review of Gregory W. Bredbeck's Sodomy and Interpretation: Marlowe to Milton; Mary Beth Rose's, The Expense of Spirit: Love and Sexuality in English Renaissance Drama; and Bruce R. Smith's Homosexual Desire in Shakespeare's England: A Cultural Poetics Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama 33 (1993).
  140. Porter, JA. "Puzzling Marston and Homer: (A Response to Brownell Salomon and W. E. Slights)." Connotations 2:1 (1992).
  141. Porter, JA, Teaching Shakespeare (1992) .
  142. Randall, DBJ. Renaissance Papers 1990.  Southeastern Renaissance Conference, (1991).
  143. Porter, JA. "Symposium: Contemporary American Fiction (rev.)." Writers and Their Craft: Short Stories and Essays on the Narrative  (1991).
  144. Porter, JA. "Complement Extern: Iago’s Speech Acts." Othello: New Perspectives  (1991).
  145. Porter, JA. "Character and Ideology in Shakespeare." Shakespeare Left and Right  (1991).
  146. Porter, JA. Lithuania: Short Stories.  Johns Hopkins UP, (1990).
  147. Randall, DBJ. Renaissance Papers 1989.  Southeastern Renaissance Conference, (1990).
  148. Porter, JA, Practice and Theory in Shakespeare Computing (1990) .
  149. Porter, JA, Openings (1990) .
  150. Porter, JA, Playing for Keeps, New American Writing (1990) .
  151. Porter, JA, Attention, Shoppers, Witness (1990) .
  152. Porter, JA, Playing for Keeps (1990) .
  153. "Marlowe, Shakespeare, and the Canonization of Heterosexuality."  repr., Displacing Homophobia: Gay Male Perspectives in Literature and Culture  (1989).
  154. Porter, JA. Shakespeare’s Mercutio: His History and Drama.  UNC Press, (1989).
  155. Randall, DBJ. Renaissance Papers 1988.  Southeasteern Renaissance Conference, (1989).
  156. Porter, JA. "Marlowe, Shakespeare, and the Canonization of Heterosexuality." Displacing Homophobia: Gay Male Perspectives in Literature and Culture  (1989).
  157. Randall, DBJ. Renaissance Papers 1987.  Southeastern Renaissance Conference, (1988).
  158. Porter, JA. "Fraternal Pragmatics: Speech Acts of John and the Bastard." King John: New Perspectives  (1988).
  159. Porter, JA. "Retrieval." Raritan a Quarterly Review  (1988).
  160. Porter, JA. "Retrieval." Raritan a Quarterly Review  (1988).
  161. Porter, JA. "Symposium: Contemporary American Fiction." Michigan Quarterly Review  (1988).
  162. Porter, JA, Speech Acts of Iago (1988) .
  163. Randall, DBJ. Renaissance Papers 1986.  Southeastern Renaissance Conference, (1987).
  164. JA Porter. "Symposium: Contemporary American Fiction." Michigan Quarterly Review  (1987).
  165. PORTER, JA. "Review of Shakespeare's Politics by Ekbert Faas." Renaissance Quarterly 40:2 (1987): 372-374. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  166. Porter, JA. "Symposium: Contemporary American Fiction."   (1987).
  167. Porter, JA, Romeo and Juliet and Mercutio: Toward Postfeminist Tragedy (1987) .
  168. Porter, JA, St. Silvere’s Head (version one), Archive Centennial Issue (1987) .
  169. Porter, JA, St. Silvere’s Head (version two), Confrontation Southern Writing Issue (1987) .
  170. Porter, JA, Aerial View, The Louisville Review (1987) .
  171. "Pragmatics for Criticism: Two Generations of Speech Act Theory." Poetics 15:3 (1986).
  172. Randall, DBJ. Renaissance Papers 1985.  Southeastern Renaissance Conference, (1986).
  173. Porter, JA. "More Echoes from Eliot’s Ortho-epia Gallica, in Lear and Henry V." Shakespeare Quarterly 37 (1986).
  174. Porter, JA, Hillcrest Days, Cardinal (1986) .
  175. Porter, JA, The Tunnel, Journal of Kentucky Studies (1986) .
  176.  "Shakespeare's Universe of Discourse". (Cambridge UP, 1984), Shakespeare Quarterly 36:4 (1985).
  177. Randall, DBJ. Renaissance Papers 1984.  Southeastern Renaissance Conference, (1985).
  178. Porter, JA, West Baltimore, The American Voice (1985) .
  179. Porter, JA. Renaissance Papers 1983.  Southeastern Renaissance Conference, (1984).
  180. Porter, JA. "Duckwalking."  Also reproduced in Harper's, 1984; originally appeared in Contemporary American Fiction, 1983 The Pushcart Prize IX: Best of the Small Presses  (1984).
  181. Porter, JA. "From 1 Henry IV [in The Drama of Speech Acts]." Shakespearean Criticism  (1984).
  182. Porter, JA. "Mercutio’s Brother." South Atlantic Review 49 (1984).
  183. Porter, JA, The Vacation (1984) .
  184. Porter, JA, A Borderline Mercutio (1984) .
  185. Porter, JA, Duckwalking, The Pushcart Prize Ix: Best of the Small Presses (1984) .
  186. Porter, JA, The Supermarket, The Minnesota Review (1984) .
  187. Porter, JA. The Kentucky Stories.  Johns Hopkins UP, (1983).
  188. Porter, JA. "Review of Hayden Carruth’s Working Papers." South Atlantic Quarterly 82:2 (1983).
  189. Porter, JA. "Nadine." Ploughshares  (1983).
  190. Porter, JA, Bright Glances (1983) .
  191. Porter, JA, The Vacation (1983) .
  192. Porter, JA, How He Met the Celebrities, Northwest Review (1983) .
  193. Porter, JA, Troth, New Directions, vol. 47 (1983) .
  194. Porter, JA, Antaeus (1982) .
  195. Porter, JA. "Review of Eileen Jorge Allman’s Player-King and Adversary." South Atlantic Quarterly 80:2 (1981).
  196. Porter, JA. "Review of John Ashbery’s Shadow Train." Louisville Courier Journal  (1981).
  197. PORTER, JA. "Review of Player-King and Adversary by Eileen Jorge Allman." South Atlantic Quarterly 80:4 (1981): 493-493. [Gateway.cgi]
  198. Porter, JA. "Review of Jonathan Baumbach’s My Father More or Less; B. H. Friedman’s Coming Close; Harold Jaffe’s Mourning Crazy Horse." Louisville Courier Journal  (1980).
  199. Porter, JA. "Review of Alan Sillitoe’s The Second Chance." Louisville Courier Journal  (1980).
  200. Porter, JA, Marthe Grosjean, Tobacco Road (1980) .
  201. Porter, JA; Contributing,, The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses,18- (1980) .
  202. Porter, JA, Manuela Fuentes, Aspen Anthology (1980) .
  203. Porter, JA. The Drama of Speech Acts: Shakespeare’s Lancastrian Tetralogy.  U of California P, (1979).
  204. Porter, JA, Nadine, the Supermarket, the Story Ends (1979) .
  205. Porter, JA, In the Mind’s Eye, New Directions, vol. 39 (1979) .
  206. Porter, JA, Sweetness: A Thinking Machine, The Pushcart Prize Iv: Best of the Small Presses (1979) .
  207. Porter, JA, Crazyhorse (1979-80), vol. 18-21 (1979) .
  208. Porter, JA, A Child of the Heart, Triquarterly (1978) .
  209. Porter, JA, Openings (1978) .
  210. Porter, JA, The Vacation (1978) .
  211. Porter, JA, The Tunnel, Wind (1978) .
  212. Porter, JA. Eelgrass (novel).  New Directions, (1977).
  213. Porter, JA, For Nineteen Sixty-eight, The Iowa Review (1977) .
  214. Porter, JA, T as in Thiladelthia, Via (1976) .
  215. Porter, JA, Bowling Green, Antaeus (1975) .
  216. Porter, JA, Beans, Fiction (1973) .
  217. Porter, JA, The Vacation, The Best American Short Stories (1972) .
  218. Works in Progress  (i. Renaissance Studies: Shakespearean Moorings. ii. Long and short works on characterology, dramatic speech acts, and cultural study; a longer work on "The Character of Speech Acts"; an article "Empirical Shakespeare"; shorter works on characterology, dramatic speech acts, pragmatics, and cultural study. iii. Long and short fiction, including the novel "Forgotten Coast" and "Deep France," a memoir..) .

Prieur, Nina Billone

  1. Nina Billone. "Performing Civil Death: The Medea Project and Theater for Incarcerated Women." Text and Performance Quarterly 29:3 (July, 2009): 160-175. [section]

Quilligan, Maureen

  1. Quilligan, M, "Theodor De Bry's voyages to the new and old worlds". Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 41:1 (December, 2011): 1-12. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  2. Quilligan, M, "The Key of Green: Passion and Perception in Renaissance Culture". Modern Language Quarterly 72:2 (June, 2011): 259-262. [doi]
  3.  "Margaret Hannay, Mary Wroth". Renaissance Quarterly  (2011).  [abs]
  4.  "Bruce R. Smith, The Key of Green". Modern Philology  (2011).  [abs]
  5. Quilligan, M, "Review of Bruce R. Smith's The Key of Green". Modern Philology  (2011).  [abs]
  6. Quilligan, M, "Review of Mary Wroth by Margaret Hannay". Renaissance Quarterly  (2011).  [abs]
  7. Theodor de Bry's Voyages to the Old World and New, JMEMS, vol. (Winter 2010) (2010), Duke University Press  [abs].
  8. Quilligan, M, "Margaret P. Hannay. Mary Sidney, Lady Wroth. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010. xxxiv + 363 pp. index. illus. chron. bibl. $99.95. ISBN: 978–0–7546–6053–8.". Renaissance Quarterly 63:4 (2010): 1422-1423. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  9. Quilligan, M. "Allegory and Female Authority." Thinking Allegory Otherwise  (2009).  [abs]
  10. Raman, S. Margaret R. Greer, Walter D. Mignolo, and Maureen Quilligan, eds. Rereading the Black Legend: The Discourses of Religious and Racial Difference in the Renaissance Empires. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2008. viii + 478 pp. index. illus. bibl. $25. ISBN: 978–0–226–30722–0..  Cambridge University Press (CUP), (2008): 1289-1291. [doi]
  11.  Re-reading the Black Legend: The Discourses of Religion and Racial Differences in the European Renaissance.  edited by Mignolo, W; Greer, MARGARET; Quilligan, MAUREEN Chicago University Press, (2007).
  12. Quilligan, M. Incest and agency in Elizabeth's England. (December, 2005): 1-281.  [abs]
  13. Quilligan, M, "Recent studies in the english renaissance". Sel Studies in English Literature 43:1 (January, 2003): 233-295. [doi]
  14.  Incest and Agency in Elizabeth's England.  University of Pennsylvania Press, (2005).  [abs]
  15. Quilligan, M. "Incest and Agency: the Case of Elizabeth I." Generation and Degeneration  (2003).
  16. Quilligan, M, "Review of K. Schwarz’s Amazon Love". Shakespeare Studies  (2003).
  17. Quilligan, M, "Renaissance materialities: Introduction". Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 32:3 (September, 2002): 427-431. [doi]
  18. Quilligan, M, Renaissance Materialities, vol. JMEMS (September, 2002), Duke UP  [abs].
  19. Quilligan, M, "On the Renaissance Epic: Spenser and Slavery". South Atlantic Quarterly 100:1 (January, 2001): 15-39. [doi]
  20. Quilligan, M, "Spenser and Slavery". South Atlantic Quarterly  (2001).
  21. Quilligan, M, "Elizabeth’s Embroidery". Shakespeare Studies 29 (2001): 208-215.
  22. Quilligan, M. "Freedom, Service, and the Trade in Slaves: The Problem of Labor in Paradise Lost." Object and Subject: Reconstructing Renaissance Culture  (1995).
  23. with Quilligan, ; Grazia, MD; Stallybrass, P, Object and Subject: Reconstructing Renaissance Culture (1995), Cambridge UP .
  24. Quilligan, M, "Review of Gamani Salgado’s The Elizabethan Underworld". New York Times Book Review  (1993).
  25. Quilligan, M, "Author, Author". Yale Review  (1993).
  26. Quilligan, M. "The Language of the Body: The Taming of the Shrew and The Tragedy of Mariam." Renaissance Sexuality  (1992).
  27. Quilligan, M. The Allegory of Female Authority : Christine de Pizan’s Cite des Dames.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, (1991).
  28. Quilligan, M. "Christine de Pizan and Canon Formation." Displacements: Woman Tradition Literatures in French  (1991): 126-43.
  29. Quilligan, M, "Christine de Pizan: Interventions". Exemplaria: a Journal of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Special Issue Edited by Ruth Barrie Strauss  (1991).
  30. Quilligan, M, "Translating Dismemberment: Christine de Pizan and Boccaccio". Studi Sul Boccaccio  (1991).
  31. Quilligan, M. "Feminine Endings: The Sexual Politics of Sidney’s and Spenser’s Rhyming." The Englishwoman in Print: Counterbalancing the Canon  (1990): 311-25.
  32. Quilligan, M. "The Constant Subject: Instability and Authority in Wroth’s Urania Poems." Soliciting Interpretation: Literary Theory and Seventeenth-Century English Poetry  (1990): 273-306.
  33. Quilligan, M. "The Anthropology of Intertextuality: Mary Wroth and the Family Romance." Unfolded Tales: Essays on Renaissance Romance  (1989).
  34. Quilligan, M. "Sidney and His Queen." The Historical Renaissance  (1989): 171-96.
  35. Quilligan, M, "Review of The History of Private Life, vol. III". New York Times Book Review  (1989).
  36. Quilligan, M, "Review of Antonia Fraser’s The Warrior Queens". Washington Post  (1989).
  37. Quilligan, M, "Review of Laurie Finke and Martin Shichtman’s Medieval Text and Contemporary Readers". Speculum  (1989).
  38. QUILLIGAN, M, "Allegory and the Textual Body: Female Authority in Christine de Pizan's 'Livre de le Cite des Dames'". Romanic Review 79:1 (January, 1988): 222-248. (Reprinted in The New Medievalism, ed. Kevin Brownlee and Stephen G. Nichols [Baltimore: Johns Hopkins P, 1991]) [Gateway.cgi]
  39. Quilligan, M, "Review of Patricia Parker’s Literary Fat Ladies: Rhetoric Gender Property". Shakespeare Quarterly  (1988).
  40. Quilligan, M, "The Difference of Feminist Biography". Yale Review  (1988): 52-73.
  41. Quilligan, M, "The Comedy of Female Authority in The Faerie Queene". Elr  (1988): 427-41.
  42. Quilligan, M; Ferguson, M; kers, NV, Rewriting the Renaissance: Discourses of Sexual Difference in Early Modern Europe (1986), University of Chicago Press .
  43. Quilligan, M. "Milton’s Spenser: The Inheritance of Ineffability." The Ineffable Word: From Dante to Eliot  (1985).
  44. Quilligan, M, "Review of Jasper Ridley’s Henry VIII". New York Times  (1985).
  45. Quilligan, M, "Review of Judith C. Brown’s Immodest Acts: The Life of a Lesbian Nun in Renaissance Italy".   (1985).
  46. Quilligan, M, "Review of Tirant Lo Blanc". The Nation  (1985). (15th century Spanish text in translation)
  47. Quilligan, M, "Review of Antonia Fraser’s The Weaker Vessel". The Nation  (1985).
  48. Quilligan, M. Milton’s Spenser: The Politics of Reading.  Cornell UP, (1983).
  49. Quilligan, M, "Review of The Paradise of Women: Writing Englishwomen of the Renaissance". Modern Language Notes  (1983).
  50. Quilligan, M, "Review of Christine de Pizan’s The Book of the City of Ladies". Trans. E.J. Richards, New York Times Book Review  (1982).
  51. Quilligan, M. "Thomas Pynchon and the Language of Allegory."  Reprint of material on Pynchon from The Language of Allegory Thomas Pynchon, Critical Essays  (1981).
  52. Quilligan, M. The Language of Allegory: Defining the Genre.  Cornell UP, (1979). (paperback, 1991)
  53. Quiligan, M, "Langland's Literal Allegory". Essays in Criticism XXVIII:2 (January, 1978): 95-111. [doi]
  54. Quilligan, M, "Review of Gay Clifford’s The Transformations of Allegory". Poetics Today Quarterly  (1978).
  55. Quilligan, M, "Words and Sex: the Language of Allegory in the De planctu naturae, Le Roman de la Rose, and Book III of the Faerie Queene". Allegorica 2:1 (1977): 195-216. [Gateway.cgi]

Randall, Dale B.

  1. Randall, DBJ. "Avoiding Garrulity: An Introduction to Sir Edwin Sadleir and His Improvement of Cervantes's Don Quixote." Studies in philology 106:4 (2009): 468-482. [Gateway.cgi]
  2. Randall, DBJ. "Dudley North’s Observations and Advices Oeconomicall."  An edited spinoff from Gentle Flame   (forthcoming).
  3. Randall, DBJ. "An Annotated List of 17th-Century English Allusions to Cervantes."  In collaboration with Professor Emeritus Jackson Boswell, University of the District of Columbia   (forthcoming).
  4. Randall, DBJ. "Entry for Dudley, Fourth Lord North (1622-1677)." New Dictionary of National Biography  (forthcoming).
  5. Randall, DBJ. "Tragic instance: The sequence of Shakespeare's tragedies." Sixteenth Century Journal: journal of early modern studies 31:2 (2000): 615-617. [Gateway.cgi]
  6. Randall, DBJ. Soliloquy of a Farmer’s Wife: The Diary of Anne Elliott Perrin (17 December 1917-31 December 1918).  Athens: Ohio UP, 113 illust. xxxi, 384 pp, (1999).
  7. Randall, DBJ. "Image-making and image-breaking: Seeing The 'Minister's black veil' through a Miltonic glass, darkly." Resources for American Literary Study 23:1 (1997): 19-27. [Gateway.cgi]
  8. Randall, DBJ. Winter Fruit: English Drama 1642-1660.  Lexington: UP of Kentucky, xiv, 454 pp, (1995).
  10. Randall, DBJ, Renaissance Papers 1990 (1991), Southeastern Renaissance Conference  [abs].
  11. Randall, DBJ, Renaissance Papers 1989 (1990), Southeastern Renaissance Conference .
  12. RANDALL, D. "X-ME-NO-XS, SOME EXAMPLES (MAINLY FROM THE RENAISSANCE) OF THE NEOLOGIZING IMPERATIVE RETORT." American Speech 64:3 (1989): 233-243. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  13. RANDALL, D. "READING THE LIGHT IN LOVELACE THE 'GRASSHOPPER'." College Literature 16:2 (1989): 182-189. [Gateway.cgi]
  14. Randall, DBJ, Renaissance Papers 1988 (1989), Southeasteern Renaissance Conference  [abs].
  15. RANDALL, D. "RENAISSANCE DRAMA IN ENGLAND AND SPAIN, TOPICAL ALLUSION AND HISTORY PLAYS - LOFTIS,J." Renaissance Quarterly 41:4 (1988): 744-746. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  16. Randall, DBJ, Renaissance Papers 1987 (1988), Southeastern Renaissance Conference  [abs].
  17. Randall, DBJ, Renaissance Papers 1986 (1987), Southeastern Renaissance Conference  [abs].
  18. Randall, DBJ. Theatres of Greatness: A Revisionary View of Ford’s "Perkin Warbeck".  University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C., 80 pp, (1986).
  19. Randall, DBJ, Renaissance Papers 1985 (1986), Southeastern Renaissance Conference  [abs].
  20. with J. Porter, Renaissance Papers 1985 (1985), Durham: Southeastern Renaissance Conference, 95 pp  [abs].
  21. with J. Porter, Renaissance Papers 1984 (1985), Durham: Southeastern Renaissance Conference, 79 pp  [abs].
  22. Randall, DBJ, Renaissance Papers 1984 (1985), Southeastern Renaissance Conference .
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  24. RANDALL, D. "SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE THEME OF CHASTITY IN THE 'CHANGELING' + MIDDLETON,THOMAS." English Literary Renaissance 14:3 (1984): 347-366. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  25. RANDALL, D. "THE ROMAN VIBRATIONS OF JULIAS CLOTHES + HERRICK,ROBERT 'UPON JULIAS CLOTHES'." English Language Notes 21:3 (1984): 10-16. [Gateway.cgi]
  26. RANDALL, D. "APPROACHES TO BROWNE,THOMAS - PATRIDES,CA." SAQ: The South Atlantic Quarterly 83:3 (1984): 359-360. [Gateway.cgi]
  27. Randall, DBJ. Gentle Flame: The Life and Verse of Dudley, Fourth Lord North (1602-1677).  Durham: Duke UP, 254 pp, (1983).
  28. RANDALL, D. "DANIEL,SAMUEL - THE BROTHERTON-MANUSCRIPT, A STUDY IN AUTHORSHIP - PITCHER,J." Renaissance Quarterly 36:1 (1983): 145-148. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  29. RANDALL, D. "WEBSTER,JOHN - CITIZEN AND DRAMATIST - BRADBROOK,MC." SAQ: The South Atlantic Quarterly 81:2 (1982): 244-246. [Gateway.cgi]
  30. RANDALL, D. "COUNTRY DELIGHTS FOR THE GENTRY - A VIEW FROM 1669." SAQ: The South Atlantic Quarterly 80:2 (1981): 222-232. [Gateway.cgi]
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  32. Randall, DBJ, Medieval and Renaissance, in Proceedings of the Southeastern Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies (1979), Durham: Duke UP, 166 pp  [abs].
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  36. Randall, DBJ. Joseph Conrad and Warrington Dawson: The Record of a Friendship.  Durham: Duke UP, 242 pp, (1968).

Riddell, Richard V.

  1. Riddell, RV. "Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People at the 35th Berlin Theatertreffen." Theaterforum  (1999).
  2. Napoleon, D. "Shedding Light on the Play."  Interview Theater Week  (February, 1996).
  3. Riddell, RV. "Artists and Audiences." Duke Magazine, Arts and Ideas  (Fall, 1996).
  4. Riddell, RV. "The Training Explosion." American Theatre  (October, 1990).
  5. Riddell, RV. "In Praise of Groups." American Theatre  (April, 1990).
  6. Riddell, RV. "The Academy Flunks Out."  Reprint of previous article in The Chronicle of Higher Education, February 1989 American Theatre  (June, 1989).
  7. Riddell, RV. "On German Stages, a Society Explores Itself." The New York Times  (March, 1989).
  8. Riddell, RV. "The University Once Thought It Could Develop Artists: Now We Know It Can’t."  Reprinted in American Theatre under title, "The Academy Flunks Out", June 1989 The Chronicle of Higher Education  (1989).
  9. Riddell, RV. "Tribute to Alan Schneider." Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers Bulletin  (1985).
  10. Riddell, RV. "Achim Freyer, Karl-Ernst Herrman, Wilfried Minks." Contemporary Designers  (1984).
  11. Riddell, RV. "Notes on Lighting Satyagraha." Theatre Design and Technology  (Spring, 1981).
  12. Riddell, RV. "Berlin Theatertreffen 1980: End of the Director’s Theatre?." Theatre Crafts  (November, 1980).
  13. Riddell, RV. "The German Raum." The Drama Review  (March, 1980).
  14. Riddell, RV. "East and West Germany (at the 1979 Prague Quadrennial)." Theatre Design and Technology  (Spring, 1980).
  15. "Achim Freyer." Theatre Crafts  (October 1979).
  16. Riddell, RV. "The Schaubuehne. Spatial Experimentation in Berlin." Theatre Crafts  (1979).
  17. Riddell, RV. "Wilfried Minks." Theatre Crafts  (1978).

Rogers, Bradley

  1. Rogers, JB. The Song is You Musical Theatre and the Politics of Bursting Into Song and Dance. (2020).  [abs]
  2. Rogers, B. "Redressing The Black Crook: The Dancing Tableau of Melodrama." Modern Drama 55 (February, 2014): 476-496.
  3. B. Rogers. "The Interpellations of Interpolation, or The Disintegrating Female Musical Body." Camera Obscura 67 (2008): 88-111.
  4. Rogers, B. "The Interpellations of Interpolation, or The Disintegrating Female Musical Body." Camera Obscura 67 (2008): 88-111.

Shannon, Laurie

  1. "Minerva's Men: Horizontal Nationhood and the Literary Production of Googe, Turberville and Gascoigne." The Oxford Handbook of Tudor Literature  ((forthcoming, 2009)).
  2. "Invisible Parts: Animals and the Renaissance Anatomies of Human Exceptionalism." Animal Encounters  ((forthcoming, 2008)).
  3. "Lear's Queer Cosmos." Shakesqueer  ((forthcoming, 2009)).
  4. "The Touch of Office: Supernumarist Erotics and the Tudor Public Figure." Epic Sexualities  (forthcoming).
  5. L. Shannon, "Review of Valerie Traub's The Renaissance of Lesbianism". Shakespeare Quarterly 55:2 (Summer, 2004): 225-228.
  6. "Poetic Companies: Musters of Agency in George Gascoigne's 'Friendly Verse'." GLQ: A Journal of Gay and Lesbian Studies 10:3 (Spring, 2004): 453-483.
  7. "La chatte de Montaigne." Dictionnaire de Michel de Montaigne  (2004).
  8. "Likenings: Rhetorical Husbandries and Portia's 'True Conceit' of Friendship." Renaissance Drama 31 (2002): 3-26.
  9.  Sovereign Amity: Figures of Friendship in Shakespearean Contexts.  University of Chicago Press, (2002).
  10. "Nature's Bias: Renaissance Homonormativity and Elizabethan Comic Likeness." Modern Philology 98:2 (2000): 183-210.
  11. "'His Apparel Was Done Upon Him': Rites of Personage in Foxe's Book of Martyrs." Shakespeare Studies 28 (2000): 193-98.
  12.  "Review of Lisa Jardine's Reading Shakespeare Historically". Modern Philology 98:1 (Aug. 2000): 35-39.
  13. "'The Country of Our Friendship': Jewett's Intimiste Art." American Literature 71:2 (June 1999): 227-62.
  14. "Monarchs, Minions, and 'Soveraigne' Friendship." Friendship special issue, South Atlantic Quarterly 97:1 (Winter, 1998): 91-112.
  15.  "Review of Things of Darkness: Economies of Race and Gender in Early Modern England and Shakespeare's Queer Children: Sexual Politics and Contemporary Culture". Signs: Journal of Women and Culture and Society 23:2 (Winter 1998): 543-546.
  16.  "Playwrighting". The Lesbian and Gay Studies Newsletter, the Official Publication of the Gay and Lesbian Caucus of the MLA 24:1 & 2 (Spring/Summer 1998). (Review of Jeffrey Masten's Textual Intercourse: Collaboration, Authorship, and Sexualities in Renaissance Drama)  [abs]
  17. "Emilia's Argument: Friendship and 'Human Title' in The Two Noble Kinsmen." E L H 64:3 (Sept. 1997): 657-82.
  18.  "Review of Lorna Hutson's The Userer's Daughter: Male Friendship and Fictions of Women in Sixteenth-Century England". The Marlowe Society of America Book Reviews XIV:i (1995).
  19. "The Tragedie of Mariam: Elizabeth Cary's Critique of Founding Social Discourses." English Literary Renaissance 24:1 (Winter, 1994): 135-53.
  20. Current Research  ("Nature's Bias: The Zoographies of Early Modern Difference" & "The Book of Princes: Renaissance Texts, Royal Selves, Modern Bodies".) .
  21. "Poor, Bare, Forked: Human Negative Exceptionalism, Animal Sovereignty, and the Natural History of King Lear."  (in progress)   .

Stiles, Kristine

  1. Alberro, A; Bhabha, H; Castillo, A; Chukhrov, K; Demos, TJ; Eleison, K; Emmelhainz, I; English, D; Flores, P; González, JA; Groys, B; Holert, T; Huyssen, A; Jones, A; Joselit, D; Kee, J; Mirzoeff, N; Osborne, P; Roberts, J; Shaked, N; Smith, T; Stiles, K; Tiampo, M; Wagner, AM, WHAT IS RADICAL?, Artmargins, vol. 10 no. 3 (February, 2022), pp. 8-96 [doi] .
  2. Stiles, K, Collecting the future: A personal history of an archive, in What Will Be Already Exists: Temporalities of Cold War Archives in East-Central Europe and Beyond (September, 2021), pp. 21-34 .
  3. Stiles, K, 'Lux Balcanica est umbra Orientis’: Marilyn Arsem’s Balkan Performances (November, 2020), pp. 104-133, Intellect Books .
  4. Stiles, K. Concerning Consequences Studies in Art, Destruction, and Trauma.  University of Chicago Press, (March, 2016): 490 pages.  [abs]
  5. Collier, JH, Introduction, in Uri Katzenstein’s Families, vol. 30 (January, 2016), pp. 1-2, Informa UK Limited [doi] .
  6. Stiles, K, Anti-art, in Reading Contemporary Performance: Theatricality Across Genres (January, 2015), pp. 185-186 [doi]  [abs].
  7. Stiles, K, Fluxus, in Reading Contemporary Performance: Theatricality Across Genres (January, 2015), pp. 205-206 [doi]  [abs].
  8. Stiles, K, Destruction art, in Reading Contemporary Performance: Theatricality Across Genres (January, 2015), pp. 197-198 [doi]  [abs].
  9. Stiles, K; O’Dell, K, Bodies in action, in Reading Contemporary Performance: Theatricality Across Genres (January, 2015), pp. 265-267 [doi]  [abs].
  10. K. Stiles. Concerning Consequences: Studies in Art, Destruction, and Trauma, 1978-2014.  University of Chicago Press, (2014). (Forthcoming)
  11. Kicking Holes in the Darkness: Rhys Ernst and Zackary Drucker, in Whitney Biennial 2014 (2014), pp. 56-61, Whitney Museum of American Art (Authors of the catalog include the curators of the 2014 Whitney Biennial, Stuart Comer, Anthony Elms, Michelle Grabner..) [pdf] .
  12. ‘…but a hammer with which to shape it.’: Media Art and Society 1959-2013, in Pioneering Values: WRO 15th Biennial (2014) .
  13. Stiles, K, The Ideal Gifts of Istvan Kantor, in PERMANENT REVOLUTION: The Art of Istvan Kantor, edited by Feesey, L (2013), pp. 73-87, The Istvan Kantor Collective (Edited by Linda Feesey, and co-edited by Mireille Bourgeois.) .
  14. Stiles, K, Forward, in The Reflexive Photographer, edited by Miller, R; Carson, J; Wilkie, T (2013), School of Arts & Media at Salford University .
  15. Stiles, K, Wangechi Mutu’s Family Tree, in Wangechi Mutu: A Fantastic Journey, edited by Schoonmaker, T no. 51-79 (2013), Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University  [abs].
  16. Stiles, K, Performance Art, in Oxford Bibliographies in Art History, edited by Kaufmann, TD (2013), Oxford University Press  [abs] [author's comments].
  17. with Stiles, K, 'I’m Ready.' Thinking About Artists’ Writings in a Global Context, in Not a day without a line: Understanding artists’ writings, edited by Prester, HD (2013), pp. 177-203, Academia Press  [abs] [author's comments].
  18. Stiles, K; Selz, P. Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: A Sourcebook of Artists’ Writings.  University of California Press, (2012). (2nd, revised, expanded edition edited by Kristine Stiles)
  19. Stiles, K, Peter d’Agostino’s World-Wide-Walks / between earth & sky, in Peter d’Agostino: World-Wide-Walks [Paseos a Nivel Planetario] / between earth & sky [entre la tierra y el cielo] / 1973 – 2012 (2012), pp. 22-34, Bizkaia de la UPV/EHU (Bilbao, Spain:.) .
  20. Stiles, K, Conversation with William Pope.L, in The Voice of Images (2012), pp. 181-193, Palazzo Grassi .
  21. Stiles, K, Comments on my first interview with Gustav Metzger, in Gustav Metzger, Years without Art (2012), pp. 39-39 .
  22. Stiles, K, Home Alone: ‘Reversal of Positions of Presentation’ and the Visual Semantics of Domesticity, in The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure the Signs of Power, 1973-1990, edited by Princenthal, N; Posner, H (2011), pp. 50-67, Neuberger Museum of Art .
  23. Stiles, K, 7.47 a.m. (The Traumatic Visual Vocabulary of Maurice Benayoun’s So.So.So. Somebody Somewhere Some time), in Maurice Benayoun / OPEN ART 1980-2010 (2011), pp. 83-87, CDA d’Enghien and Les Nouvelles éditions Scala), .
  24. Stiles, K, Peggy Phelan and Kristine Stiles In Conversation, Millennium Film Journal no. 54 (2011), pp. 30-34 .
  25. Stiles, K, Negative Affirmative: San Francisco Bay Area Art, 1974-1981, in Under the Big Black Sun: California Art 1974-1981, edited by Schimmel, P (2011), pp. 27-43, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art .
  26. Wischmeyer, PE, Preface, in ARTPOOL The Experimental Art Archive of East-Central Europe., edited by G Galántai and J Klaniczay, vol. 26 (July, 2010), pp. xiii-xiv, Elsevier BV [doi]  [abs].
  27. Stiles, K. Correspondence Course, An Epistolary History of Carolee Schneemann and Her Circle.  Duke University Press, (2010). (With an Introduction and extensive annotations by Kristine Stiles)
  28. Stiles, K, Foreword, Or, Unbuckling the Belt of Fluxus through Billie Maciunas’ Experiences, in Billie Maciunas, The Eve of Fluxus (2010), pp. ix-xvi., Arbiter Press .
  29. Stiles, K, Art will be…2009-2034, Duke Alumni Magazine (May, 2009), Duke University .
  30. K. Stiles, Jean Toche: Impressions From The Rogue Bush Imperial Presidency (2009), Durham: John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary & International Studies .
  31. Stiles, K, The Trinity Session, in Future Species: Hybrids, Exoskel, Cybor Living Makeover Madness (2009), pp. 35-38, Toronto: Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art .
  32. Stiles, K, Irregular Ways of Being in Time, in The Third Mind: American Artists Contemplate Asia 1860-1989, edited by Munroe, A (2009), pp. 333-345, New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim .
  33.  “Cloud with its Shadow: Marina Abramovic” in Marina Abramovic.  Phaidon, (2008).
  34. Stiles, K, Come and Go, in California Video (2008), The J. Paul Getty Trust, Getty Research .
  35. Stiles, K, Cloud with its Shadow: Marina Abramovic, in Marina Abramovic (2008), pp. 33-94, Phaidon .
  36. Stiles, K, INSIDE/OUTSIDE: Balancing Between a Dusthole and Eternity, Archive, vol. 1 (2008), Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz, Poland .
  37.  States of Mind: Dan & Lia Perjovschi.  Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University; distributed by Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, (2007). (With contributions by Andrei Codrescu, Marius Babius and Ruxana Marcoci)
  38. States of Mind: Dan & Lia Perjovschi, in States of Mind: Dan & Lia Perjovschi (2007), Nasher Museum at Duke University and Duke University Press .
  39. Stiles, K. States of Mind: Dan & Lia Perjovschi.  Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, (2007).  [abs]
  40. Stiles, K, States of Mind: Dan & Lia Perjovschi, in States of Mind: Dan & Lia Perjovschi (2007), Nasher Museum at Duke University and Duke University Press .
  41. Stiles, K, Teaching a Dead Hand to Draw, Kim Jones, War and Art, in Kim Jones: A Retrospective (2007) .
  42. Stiles, K, Burden of Light, in Chris Burden (2007), Newcastle England: Merrell and Locus Plus .
  43. Stiles, K, Shaved Heads and Marked Bodies: Representations from Cultures of Trauma, in On Violence: An Anthology, edited by Lawrence, B; Karim, A (2007), pp. 522-538, Duke University Press [html]  [abs].
  44. Stiles, K. Chris Burden.  New York: Zwirner & Wirth Gallery, (2006).
  45. Stiles, K, Metzger's Fierce, Poignant, and Prescient Manifestos, in Rett Kopi: Documents the Future (2006), pp. 157-166, Rett Kopi .
  46. Stiles, K; Grobstein, P, The Art Historian and the Neurobiologist: A Conversation about Proprioception, the 'I-function,' Body Art, and Story Telling, Serendip (October, 2005), Bryn Mawr College [available here] .
  47. Remembrance, Resistance, Reconstruction, the Social Value of Lia & Dan Perjovschis's Art (2005) .
  48. Stiles, K, Fluxus Performance and Humor, in The Artist’s Joke (2005), M I T PRESS .
  49. Stiles, K, The Story of the Destruction in Art Symposium and the "DIAS Affect", in Gustav Metzger: Geschichte Geschichte (2005), Vienna: Generali Foundation [pdf] .
  50. Stiles, K, Barbara Smith’s Haunting, in The 21st Century Odyssey Part II: The Performances of Barbara T. Smith (2005), Pomona College Museum of Art .
  51. Stiles, K, Barbara Smith’s Haunting, in The 21st Century Odyssey Part II: The Performances of Barbara T. Smith (2005), Pomona, California: Pomona College Museum of Art .
  52. Stiles, K, Remembrance, Resistance, Reconstruction, The Social Value of Lia and Dan Perjovschi’s Art, Idea, vol. 19 (2005), Cluj, Romania .
  53. Paul Couillard and Ed Johnson," for Artspace, Ontario, Canada (2004), Ontario: Artspace .
  54. Stiles, K, I/Eye/Oculus: Performance, Installation and Video, in Art of the Twentieth Century, edited by Harrison, C; Wood, PW (2004), pp. 183-229, New Haven & London: Yale University Press and The Open University .
  55. Stiles, K, Agnes Hegedus, Bernd Lintermann, Jeffrey Shaw: reconfiguring the CAVE, in Future Cinema: The Cinematic Imaginary after Film, edited by Shaw, J; Weibel, P (2004), pp. 492-497, Karlsruhe, Germany and Cambridge, Mass: ZKM Center for Art and Media and MIT Press .
  56. Jean-Jacques Lebel (2003), London: Mayor Gallery .
  57. Stiles, K, Jean-Jacques Lebel’s Phoenix and Ashes, in Jean-Jacques Lebel (2003), pp. 3-15, London: The Mayor Gallery .
  58. Stiles, K, At Last, A Great Woman Artist: Writing About Carolee Schneemann’s Epistolary Practice, in Singular Women, edited by Frederickson, K; Webb, SE (2003), Berkeley: University California Press .
  59. Stiles, K, Anomaly, Sky, Sex, and Psi in Fluxus, in Critical Mass: Happenings, Fluxus, Performance & Intermedia at Rutgers University 1958-1971 (2003), pp. 60-88, Rutgers University and Amherst College .
  60. Stiles, K, Performance, in Critical Terms for Art History, 2nd Edition, edited by Nelson, R; Shiff, R (2003), pp. 75-97, Chicago: University of Chicago .
  61. Stiles, K, Franz West’s Dialogic PaBtucke, in Franz West (2003), pp. 104-121, London: The Whitechapel Gallery .
  62. Stiles, K, Peinture, Photographie, Performance: Le Cas de Georges Mathieu, in Georges Mathieu (2003), pp. 75-81, Paris: Galerie National du Jeu de Paume .
  63. Stiles, K, Thunderbird Immolation: William Pope L. & Burning Racism, in William Pope.L: Eracism, edited by Bessire, M (2002), pp. 36-42, Cambridge and Portland: MIT Press and the Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art .
  64. Stiles, K, David Tudor-Alive , Free, and Without Need of Culture (in a special issue, 'Composers Inside Electronics: Music after David Tudor'), Leonardo Music Journal, vol. 14 (2002), pp. 62-63 [html] .
  65. The Painter as an Instrument of Real Time, introduction to Carolee Schneemann’s Imaging Her Erotics: Essays, Interviews, Projects (2001), pp. 2-16, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press .
  66. Stiles, K, Concerning Public Art and ’Messianic Time’ (2001) [html] .
  67. Stiles, K, Review of RoseLee Goldberg’s Laurie Anderson, Make: the Magazine of Women’S Art, vol. 90 (2001), pp. 90-90 .
  68. Stiles, K, The Painter as an Instrument of Real Time, in Imaging Her Erotics: Essays, Interviews, Projects (2001), pp. 2-16, M I T PRESS .
  69. Stiles, K, Il mostro, la maschera e la coscienza allargata, (The Monster, the Mask and the Enlarged Consciousness), in De Dominicis: Raccolta di scritti scullíopera e líartista, edited by Guercio, G (2001), pp. 93-99, Torino: Umberto Allemandi & Co .
  70. Pamela M. Lee, "Object to be Destroyed: The Work of Gordon Matta-Clark". CAA.Reviews, the online reviews publication of the College Art Association  (2000). [html]
  71. Bob Watts, edited by Slovenia: Museum of Koper and Editions Francesco Conz (2000) .
  72. Stiles, K, Parallel Worlds: Representing Consciousness at the Intersection of Art, Dissociation, and Multidimensional Awareness, in Reframing Consciousness: Art and Consciousness in the Post- Biological Era, edited by Ascott, R (2000), pp. 52-60, Exeter: Intellect [books] .
  73. Stiles, K, Mapping Joshua Neustein’s Art, in Joshua Neustein: Five Ash Cities, Domestic Tranquility Bne Brak (2000), pp. 122-130, Herzliya, Israel: Hezliya Museum (reprinted in JOSHUA NEUSTEIN: Five Ash cities (Chicago: Academy Chicago Publishers in Association with Olive Production, 2000).) .
  74. Stiles, K, Corpora Vilia: Valie Export’s Body, in Valie Export’s Visual Syntagmatics (2000), pp. 16-33, Goldie Paley Gallery, Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelpia .
  75. Stiles, K, Being Undyed: The Meeting of Mind and Matter in Yoko Ono’s Events, in Yes Yoko Ono, edited by Monroe, A (2000), pp. 145-149, New York: Japan Society .
  76. Stiles, K, Never Enough is Something Else: Feminist Performance Art, Probity, and the Avant-Garde, in Contours of the Theatrical Avant-Garde: Performance and Textuality, edited by Harding, JM (2000), pp. 239-289, Madison: University of Madison/Wisconsin [pdf] .
  77. Stiles, K, Afterword: Quicksilver and Revelations, Performance at the End of the 20th Century, in Performance Artists Talking: 1979-7989: Sex, Food, Money/Fame, Ritual/Death, edited by Montano, L (2000), Berkeley: University of California Press .
  78. Stiles, K, Review of Pamela M. Lee’s Object to be Destroyed: The Work of Gordon Matta- Clark, Caa.Reviews, the Online Reviews Publication of the College Art Association (2000) [html] .
  79. Stiles, K; Shanken, EA, Missing in Action: Agency and Meaning in Interactive Art, in Context Providers: Context and Meaning in Digital Art, edited by Lovejoy, M; Paul, C; Vesna, V (2000), University of Minnesota Press [pdf] .
  80. Stiles, K, Comisuri: Art Actiunile ca Objecte, Balkon: Revista De Arta Contemporana, vol. March no. 2 (2000), pp. 3-4, Timisoara, Romania .
  81. Stiles, K, Battle of the Yams: Contentless Forms and the Recovery of Meaning in Events and Happenings, in Off Limits: Rutgers University and the Avant-Garde, 1957-1963 (1999), pp. 118-129, Newark: Newark Museum and Rutgers University Press .
  82. Stiles, K, 300 Words for Dan Perjovschi, in After the Wall: Art and Culture in Post-Communist Europe (1999), pp. 153-153, Stockholm: Moderna Museet [html] .
  83. Stiles, K, The Flux/Med’ Collages of Bob Watts, in Bob Watts, Francesco Conz (1999), pp. 1-3, Museum of Koper, Slovenia .
  84. Stiles, K, Beautiful, Jean-Jacques’: Jean-Jacques Lebel’s Affect and the Theories of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari, in Jean-Jacques Lebel (1999), pp. 7-30, Milano: Edizioni Gabriele Mazzotta .
  85. Stiles, K, INSIDE/OUTSIDE: Balancing Between a Dusthole and Eternity, in Body and the East: From the 1960s to the Present (1998), pp. 19-30, Ljubljana: Museum of Modern Art .
  86. Stiles, K, Uncorrupted Joy: International Art Actions, in Out of Actions: Between Performance and the Object 1949-1979, Paul Schimmel Edition (1998), pp. 226-238, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art [pdf] .
  87. Stiles, K, Joshua Neustein, Bomb, vol. 57 (Fall, 1997), pp. 80-81, New York .
  88. Hans Waanders (1997), Raleigh: City Gallery of Contemporary Art .
  89. Stiles, K, To the Organizers, Participants, and Audience of REcycling the Mode(ls)’, in Messages from the Countryside/Reflections in RE (1997), pp. 28-29, Chisinau, Moldova: Soros Center for Contemporary Art .
  90. Stiles, K, Debate: Empty Slogan of Self-Representation, Siksi [Helsinki], vol. Spring no. 12:1 (1997), pp. 87-90 .
  91. Stiles, K. AmaLia Perjovschi.  Soros Foundation, (1996).
  92. Stiles, K, Rampman Against a Portable Field: The ’activites’ of Pinchas Cohen Gan, in Figure Form Formula: The Art of Pinchas Cohen Gan (1996), pp. 19-41, Greensboro: Weatherspoon .
  93. Stiles, K, Conversation with Paul McCarthy, in Paul McCarthy (1996), pp. 6-29, London: Phaidon Press .
  94. Stiles, K, Roman Signer: The Sound of One Bomb Clapping,, in Roman Signer (1996), pp. 10-15, Philadelphia: Goldie Palley Gallery at the Moore College of Art and Design .
  95. Stiles, K, Schlaget Auf: The Problem with Carolee Schneemann’s Paintings, in Carolee Schneemann: Up to and Including Her Limits (1996), pp. 15-25, New York: The New Museum .
  96. Stiles, K. Dan Perjovschi’s Postcards From America.  Pont La Vue Press, (1995).
  97. Ion Bitzan (1994), Bath, England: City of Bath College .
  98. Stiles, K, Tuna and Other fishy Thoughts on Fluxus Events, in Alison Knowles (1994), pp. 26-35, Saarbrucken, Germany: Stadt Galerie Saarbrucken .
  99. Stiles, K, Irreparable Damage: Meditation on James Lerager’s Tales from the Nuclear Age, in For James Lerager: Tales from the Nuclear Age (1994), pp. 3-7, Raleigh: City Gallery Contemporary Art .
  100. Stiles, K, Between Water and Stone; Fluxus Performance, A Metaphysics of Acts, in In the Spirit of Fluxus, edited by Armstrong, E; Rothfuss, J (1993), pp. 62-99, Minneapolis: Walker Art Center (excerpted in Tracy Warr, ed., The Artists'Body (London: Phaidon Press, 2000): 211-14.) [pdf] .
  101. Stiles, K, Survival Ethos and Destruction Art, Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture, vol. 14:2 (Spring, 1992), pp. 74-102 .
  102. Stiles, K, Selected Comments on Destruction Art, in Boek Voor De Instabiele: Book for the Unstable Media, edited by Adriaansens, A (1992), pp. 43-75, Rotterdam: V2-Organization [kristine-stiles-selected-comments] .
  103. Stiles, K, Unbosoming Lennon: The Politics of Yoko Ono's Experience, Art Criticism 7:2, vol. Spring (1992), pp. 21-54, reprinted by the University of Havannah, Cuba, 1994 .
  104. Stiles, K, Tuna and Other fishy Thoughts on Fluxus Events, in FluxAttitudes (1991), pp. 25-34, Buffalo & New York: Hallwalls and the New Museum .
  105. Stiles, K, Thresholds of Control: Destruction Art and Teminal Culture, in Out of Control (1991), pp. 29-50, Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica & Landesverlag (reprinted in Ars Electronica: Facing the Future (A Survey of Two Decades, ed. Timothy Druckrey, Cambridge: MIT Press, 2000.) .
  106. Stiles, K, Readings: Performance and Its Objects, Arts, vol. 65:3 no. 3 (November, 1990), pp. 35-47 [Gateway.cgi] .
  107. Stiles, K, Notes on Rudolf Schwarzkogler's Images of Healing, White Walls: a Magazine of Writings by Artists, vol. 25 (Spring, 1990), pp. 13-26 .
  108. STILES, K, PERFORMANCE AND ITS OBJECTS, Arts Magazine, vol. 65 no. 3 (1990), pp. 35-& [Gateway.cgi] .
  109. Stiles, K, Sticks and Stones: The Destruction in Art Symposium, Arts, vol. 63.5 (January, 1989), pp. 54-60 .
  110. Stiles, K, Not Just an 'Other' Exhibition, High Performance, vol. 11 (Fall, 1988), pp. 34-38 .
  111.  Raphael Montanez Ortiz: Years of the Warrior, Years of the Psyche, 1968-1988.  El Museo Del Barrio, New York, (1988).
  112. Stiles, K, Raphael Montañez Ortiz's Physio-Psycho-Alchemical Art, in Raphael Montañez Ortiz (1988), El Museo Del Barrio .
  113. Stiles, K, Introduction to the Destruction in Art Symposium: DIAS & Discussion with Ivor Davies, Link [Wales], vol. 52 (September, 1987), pp. 4-10, [Wales] .
  114. Stiles, K, Rodforce: Thoughts on the Art of Sherman Fleming, High Performance, vol. 10:2 (Summer, 1987), pp. 34-39 .
  115. Stiles, K, Synopsis of the Destruction in Art Symposium (DIAS) and Its Theoretical Significance, The Act, vol. 1 (Spring, 1987), pp. 22-31 .
  116. Stiles, K, Imploring Silence: Words and Performance Essence, A Polemic, High Performance, vol. 8.1 (April, 1985), pp. 33-36 .
  117. Stiles, K, Modern Myth: A Review of the Interdisciplinary Conference at The New School for Social Research and The Cooper Union, Frank, vol. 4 (November, 1984), pp. 32 & 38, San Francisco .
  118. Stiles, K, STELARC: On Evolution, Frank, vol. 3 (August, 1984), pp. 25 & 35 .
  119. Stiles, K, The Luciferian Marriage: Government/Corporate/Media ’Fact’ as Entertainment, in The Un/necessary Image, edited by Agostino, PD; Muntadas, A (1983), pp. 28-31, Cambridge: MIT Press (reprinted.) .
  120. Stiles, K. Questions.  KronOscope Press, (1982). (This artist's book contains essays on Kristine Stiles' art by Lynn Hershman, Kathy O’Dell, and Richard Irwin.)
  121. Stiles, K, Come and Go, in Coming and Going NEW YORK (Subway), PARIS (Metro), San Francisco (BART), Washinton (METRO): Peter D’Agostino (1982), pp. 76-81, San Francisco: Not for Sale Press .
  122. Stiles, K, La Crise de l'avant-garde and an Interview with Jean-Jacques Lebel, + 0 [Brussels], vol. 34 (1981), pp. 32-36 .
  123. Recontre Avec Morgan O'Hara (1980), Lausanne: Le Musee Cantonal des Beaux-Arts .
  124. Stiles, K, Trans-Europ Express-Expressed, in Alph-Trans-Chung: Peter D-Agostino (1980), pp. 55-58, Dayton: Wright State University Press .
  125. Stiles, K, Brief essays on American painters, in 2 Jahrzehnte amerikanische malerei 1920-1940 (1979), pp. 66 & 76 & 116 & 122-66 & 76 & 116 & 122, Dusseldort, West Germany: Stadische Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf .
  126. Stiles, K, No Money Back Anytime, Laica Journal: Southern California Art Magazine, vol. 23 (1979), pp. 19-23 (June-July.) .
  127. Stiles, K, Helen and Newton Harrison: Questions, Arts Magazine, vol. 52:6 (February, 1978), pp. 131-133 .
  128. Stiles, K, 1.1.78 - 2.2.78: Roberta Breitmore, in Roberta Breitmore Is Not Lynn Hershman (1978), pp. 5-14, San Francisco: De Young Memorial Museum .

Storer, Jeff M.

  1. with Storer, AJ. UNLEASHED: Twenty Five Year of Manbites Dog. (2013).
  2. J. Storer, 25th Anniversary Manbites Dog Theater Photo Anthology (2012) .

Supko, John

  1. Supko, JP, How I Taught My Computer to Write Its Own Music, Nautilus no. 21 (February, 2015) [how-i-taught-my-computer-to-write-its-own-music]  [abs].
  2. Church, M; Burt, TP; Galay, VJ; Kondolf, GM, Rivers (January, 2015), pp. 98-129 (percussion soloist & electronics; commissioned by Andrew Bliss & the University of Kentucky, Lexington.) [doi]  [abs].
  3. Supko, JP, divine the rest (December, 2013)  [author's comments].
  4. Supko, JP, ALL SOULS (revised & expanded version 2012-2013) (November, 2013) .
  5. Supko, JP, A Free Invention for George Pitcher (May, 2013) [A-FREE-INVENTION-FOR-GEORGE-PITCHER]  [author's comments].
  6. Supko, JP, FLESH (March, 2013) [FLESH]  [author's comments].
  7. Supko, JP; Seaman, B, s_traits (2013)  [author's comments].
  8. Supko, JP, VEXED (September, 2012)  [author's comments].
  9. Supko, JP, R! (August, 2012)  [author's comments].
  10. Supko, JP, I asked for names of all that is (July, 2012)  [author's comments].
  11. Supko, JP, HIMALAJA (July, 2012)  [author's comments].
  12. Supko, JP, ALL SOULS (2012)  [author's comments].
  13. Supko, JP, Drawn Only Once (November, 2011), New Amsterdam Records [available here]  [abs] [author's comments].
  14. Supko, JP, This City (October, 2011)  [abs].
  15. Supko, JP, USINE (September, 2011)  [abs] [author's comments].
  16. Supko, JP; Seaman, B, S_traits (February, 2011)  [abs].
  17. Supko, JP, Inland Ocean (December, 2010)  [author's comments].
  18. Supko, JP, Rooms (November, 2010)  [author's comments].
  19. Supko, JP, Straits II (acoustic version) (May, 2010)  [author's comments].
  20. Supko, JP, "This Window Makes Me Feel", new version for alto flute (February, 2010)  [author's comments].
  21. J.P. Supko, How Many Midnights (In progress)  [author's comments].
  22. Supko, JP, Straits (November, 2009) (percussion duo & electronics; commissioned by the Meehan/Perkins Duo & Meet The Composer; 16 minutes.) .
  23. Supko, JP, Songs of a Landloper (2009) (ten-song cycle for soprano soloist and chamber ensemble; written for The Newspeak Ensemble; 25 minutes.) [htm] .
  24. Supko, JP, Everybody Says Everything (2007) (electric guitar quartet & electronics; written for Catch (Amsterdam); 9 minutes.) [mp3] .
  25. Supko, JP, Dream Cuisine (2007) (cantata for 2 sopranos, 1 alto, 3 baritones, string quartet, 2 percussionists & 2 keyboard players; written for the Flux Quartet; 15 minutes.) [mp3] .
  26. Supko, JP, Littoral (2007) (flute, percussion & 5.1 surround-sound electronics; on texts of Cees Nooteboom & Richard Hakluyt; commissioned by Due East; 35 minutes.) [mp3] .

Voss, Zannie G.

  1. with Glenn B. Voss and Christine Moorman. "An Empirical Examination of the Complex Relationships Between Entrepreneurial Orientation and Stakeholder Support." European Journal of Marketing 39:9/10 (Fall, 2005): 1132-1150.
  2. with G.B. Voss with C. Shuff and I. Rose. "Theatre Facts 2004." Propriety publication  (Summer, 2005).
  3. with D. Sirdeshmukh and G. B. Voss. "Improving Organizational Performance by Aligning Strategic Emphasis with Marketplace Characteristics: Knowing When to Explore and When to Exploit."  Presented at the 8th International Research Seminar in Services Management, La Londe, France; published in the conference proceedings   (June, 2004).
  4. with G. B. Voss and Christopher Shuff. "In Whom We Trust III: Theatre Governing Boards in 2004."   (2004).
  5. with G. B. Voss with Christopher Shuff and Katie Taber. "Theatre Facts 2003: A Report on Practices and Performances in the American Nonprofit Theatre."   (2004).
  6. with G. B. Voss. "Perceived Image and Customer Response: A Case of Two Theatres."  Presented at the AIMAC: Seventh International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management in Milan, Italy; published in the conference proceedings AIMAC :Seventh International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management Proceedings  (2003).
  7. Z.G. Voss. "The Effects of Authenticity Rifts on Firm Performance and Customer Response."  Doctoral Dissertation in the Science of Management   (2003).
  8. with G. B. Voss, C. Shuff, and R. Ford. "Theatre Facts 2002: A Report on Practices and Performances in the American Nonprofit Theatre."  Report findings published in additional articles online by the The Seattle Times (8/22/03), Philanthropy Journal (8/28/03), Association of Fundraising Professionals (9/15/03), American Society of Public Administration (9/8/03), San Francisco Chronicle (8/26/03), Backstage (6/19/03), San Jose Mercury News (9/27/03).   (2003).
  9. with G. B. Voss and M. Montoya-Weiss. "Investigating the Effects on Firm Performance of Product Portfolio Innovativeness and Organizational Learning through Experimentation."  paper presented at the AMA Winter Educators' Conference; published in the conference proceedings American Marketing Association Winter Educators' Conference Proceedings  (2003).
  10. with G. B. Voss. "The Effects of Authenticity Rifts on Firm Performance and Marketing Outcomes in the Arts."  Presented Paper at the Langeard Services Management Conference, LaLonde, France The Eric Langeard International Research Seminar in Service Management Proceedings  (June, 2002).
  11. with A. Andreasen, G. B. Voss, C. Moorman. "Cross-Sector Knowledge Transfer: Implications for Non-Profit Marketing." American Marketing Association Marketing and Public Policy Consortium  (May, 2002).
  12. with Voss, Glenn B., Christopher Shuff, and Rachel Ford. "Theatre Facts 2001: A Report on Practices and Performances in the American Nonprofit Theatre."  Invited   (2002).
  13. with Voss, Glenn B. and Christopher Shuff. "In Whom We Trust II: Theatre Governing Boards in 2001."  Invited   (2002).
  14. with Voss, Glenn B., Christopher Shuff and Dan Melia. "Theatre Facts 2000: A Report on Practices and Performances in the American Nonprofit Theatre."  Invited; Report Findings incorporated into the Statistical Abstract of the United States published by the U.S. Department of Commerce   (2001).
  15. with G. B. Voss. "Exploring Entrepreneurial Orientation and its Effect on Product Development, Organizational Behavior, and Performance in the Nonprofit Professional Theatre Industry." The Eric Langeard International Research Seminar in Service Management Proceedings  (June, 2000).
  16. with Voss, Glenn B. and Daniel M. Cable. "Linking Organizational Values to Relationships with External Constituents: A Study of Nonprofit Professional Theatres." Organization Science  (May/June 2000): 330-347.
  17. with Voss, Glenn B.. "Strategic Orientation and Firm Performance in an Artistic Environment." Journal of Marketing 64 (January, 2000): 67-83.
  18. with Voss, Glenn B.. "Exploring the Impact of Organizational Values and Strategic Orientation on Performance in the Nonprofit Professional Theatre Industry." International Journal of Arts Management 3:1 (2000): 62-76.
  19. with Voss, Glenn B., Christopher Shuff, and Collette Carter. "Theatre Facts 2001: A Report on Practices and Performances in the American Nonprofit Theatre."  Invited   (2000).
  20. with G. B. Voss. "Nonprofit Professional Theatres: Organizational Values, Strategic Orientation, and Performance."  Paper presented at the AIMAC: Fifth International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management, Helsinki, Finland AIMAC: Fifth International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management Proceedings  (June, 1999).

Weiberg, Erika

  1. Weiberg, EL, FALSE REPORTS AND WAITING WIVES ON THE HOME FRONT IN AESCHYLUS’ AGAMEMNON AND SOPHOCLES’ TRACHINIAE, Classical Philology, vol. 117 no. 2 (April, 2022), pp. 282-302 [doi]  [abs].
  2. Weiberg, EL, The Bed and the Tomb, Mnemosyne, vol. 73 no. 5 (January, 2020), pp. 729-749, Brill [doi]  [abs].
  3. Weiberg, E. "Learning to Bear Witness: Tragic Bystanders in Sophocles’ Trachiniae." Emotional Trauma in Greece and Rome  (January, 2020): 177-191.  [abs]
  4. Weiberg, EL, Tectius illa cupit: Female Pleasure in Ovid's Ars amatoria, Helios: a Journal Devoted to Critical and Methodological Studies of Classical Culture, Literature, and Society, vol. 47 no. 2 (2020), pp. 161-189, Project Muse [doi] .
  5. Weiberg, E. "Weapons as Friends and Foes in Sophocles’ Ajax and Euripides’ Heracles." The Materialities of Greek Tragedy  (August, 2018): 63-78.  [abs]
  6. Weiberg,, The Writing on the Mind: Deianeira's Trauma in Sophocles' <em>Trachiniae</em>, Phoenix, vol. 72 no. 1/2 (2018), pp. 19-19, Project Muse [doi] .
  7. Weiberg, E. "Lessons in Grief and Corruption: Anne Carson’s Translations of Euripides." Anne Carson: Ecstatic Lyre  (January, 2015): 200-205.

Wilbur, Sarah

  1. Wilbur, S. Funding Bodies Five Decades of Dance Making at the National Endowment for the Arts.  Wesleyan University Press, (October, 2021): 360 pages.  [abs]
  2. Wilbur, S, Who "Makes" a Dance? Studying Infrastructure through a Dance Lens, in The Futures of Dance Studies, edited by Schneider, R; Ross, J; Manning, S (January, 2020), pp. 360-379, University of Wisconsin Press .
  3. Wilbur, S, The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Politics, Dance Research Journal, vol. 50 no. 2 (August, 2018), pp. 78-87, Cambridge University Press (CUP) [doi]  [abs].
  4. Wilbur, S, Does the NEA Need Saving?, Tdr/The Drama Review, vol. 61 no. 4 (November, 2017), pp. 96-106, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press (MIT Press) [doi]  [abs].
  5. Wilbur, S, Gestural Economies and Production Pedagogies in Deaf West's "Spring Awakening", edited by Nicely, M, Tdr/The Drama Review, vol. 60 no. 2 (May, 2016), pp. 145-153, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press (MIT Press) [doi]  [abs].
  6. Wilbur, S, It's About Time: Creative Placemaking and Performance Analytics, edited by Vourloumis, H; Argyropoulou, G, Performance Research, vol. 20 no. 4 (2015), pp. 96-103, Taylor & Francis (Routledge) [doi]  [abs].

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