ATDS Member Publications and Awards by Name
Abbotson, Susan C.W. Modern American Drama: Playwriting in the 1950s. Methuen, 2017.
Abbotson, Susan C.W. “Arthur Miller as the Moral Voice of America.” Moral Approaches to Literature and Film, edited by Robert Evans, Salem, 2017, pp. 181-96.
Abbotson, Susan C.W. Inducted into the English Honors Society, Sigma Tau Delta. 2016.
Abbotson, Susan C.W. “Introduction.” Arthur Miller’s Collected Essays, edited by Susan C. W. Abbotson, Penguin, 2016, pp. xiii-xxviii.
Abbotson, Susan C.W. “Re-evaluating the Lasting Legacy of August Wilson’s Ten-play Cycle.” August Wilson’s Pittsburg Cycle: Critical Perspectives on the Plays, edited by Sandra Shannon, McFarland, 2016, pp.187-202.
Abbotson, Susan C.W. “Visions of Tragedy in American Theatre.” (With David Palmer, Jeffery Kennedy, Sharon Friedman, Jackson R. Bryer, Stephen A. Marino, Natka Bianchini, Brenda Murphy, and Sandra Shannon) Text and Presentation: 2015, edited by Graley Herren, McFarland, 2016, pp. 24-41.
Abbotson, Susan C.W. “The Influence of Arthur Miller on American Theatre and Culture and the Global Implications of His Plays.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature, Oxford UP, Dec., 2016, DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190201098.013.247.
Abbotson, Susan C.W. Mary Tucker Thorp College Professorship Award, RIC. 2015-16.
Abbotson, Susan C.W. “Sex on Broadway: Mae West and the Wales Padlock Law.” Stages of Engagement: US Theatre and Performance 1898-1949, edited by Joshus Polster, Routledge, 2015, pp. 144-57.
Abbotson, Susan C.W. “Why Arthur Miller Is Important.” Arthur Miller Journal, vol. 10, no. 2, Fall, 2015, pp. 88-90.
Abbotson, Susan C. W. “Miller’s Debt to Thornton Wilder—To The American Clock by The Skin of Our Teeth.” Thornton Wilder: New Perspectives. Eds. Jackson Bryer and Lincoln Konkle. Evanston, IL: Northwestern UP, 2013. 189-206.
Abbotson, Susan C. W. “A Reassessment of the ‘Goodness’ of John Proctor: Fair or Foul?” Arthur Miller Journal 7.1-2 (Fall 2012): 15-21.
Abbotson, Susan C. W. “Arthur Miller.” Oxford Bibliographies Online: American Literature. Ed. Jackson Bryer. New York: Oxford UP, 2012.
Abbotson, Susan C. W. “Willy Loman’s Long Night’s Journey into Day.” Laconics. Eoneill.com. 6 (2011).
Abbotson, Susan C. W. “The ‘line to measure from’: Arthur Miller’s The American Clock as a Lesson for the Ages.” Arthur Miller: Critical Insights. Ed. Brenda Murphy. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2011. 265-285.
Abbotson, Susan C. W. “Commentary and notes for The Crucible. By Arthur Miller. Methuen Drama Student Edition, Ed. Susan C. W. Abbotson. London: & C Black, 2010.
Abbotson, Susan C. W. “Tennessee Williams on America.” Tennessee Williams. Ed. Brenda Murphy, Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2010: 38-58.
Abbotson, Susan C. W. “African American Dramatic Theater,” ”African American Musical Theater,” and “Latino and Latin Americans.” Encyclopedia of Broadway and American Culture. Ed. Thomas A. Greenfield. Greenwood Press, 2010. 5-12, 13-20, 319-26.
Abbotson, Susan C. W. A Critical Companion to Arthur Miller, New York: Facts on File, 2007.
Anderson, Lisa M. Black Feminism in Contemporary Drama. 2008.
Anthony, M. Susan. “Not a ‘Whorish Actress:’ Celebrity on the Early American Stage. Journal of American Culture. 38 (Dec. 2015): 401-412.
Bank, Rosemarie K. and Michal Kobialka (eds.). Theatre/Performance Historiography: Time, Space, Matter. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
Bank, Rosemarie K. “Labor, Theatre, and the Dream of the White City.” In Working in the Wings: New Perspectives on Theatre History and Labor. Eds. Elizabeth A. Osborne and Christine Woodworth. Carbondale, Il.: Southern Illinois University Press, 2015: 170-180.
Bay-Cheng, Sarah. “Unseen: Performance Criticism in an Age of Digital Recordings,” Theater 4.2 (2016): 77-85.
Bay-Cheng, Sarah, Jennifer Parker-Starbuck, and David Z. Saltz. Performance and Media: Taxonomies for a Changing Field. University of Michigan Press, 2015.
Bay-Cheng, Sarah. “Virtual Realisms: Dramatic Forays into the Future,” Theatre Journal 67.4 (December 2015): 686-698.
Bay-Cheng, Sarah. “Theatre is Media: Some Principles for a Digital Historiography of Performance” Theater 42.2 (2012): 27-41.
Bay-Cheng, Sarah and Barbara Cole. Poets at Play: An Anthology of Modernist Drama. Selinsgrove, PA: Susquehanna UP, 2010.
Bay-Cheng, Sarah and Amy Strahler Holzapfel. “The Living Theatre: A Brief History of a Bodily Metaphor” Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism 25.1 (fall 2010): 1-19.
Bay-Cheng, Sarah, C. Kattenbelt, A. Lavender, R. Nelson, eds. Mapping Intermediality in Performance. Amsterdam: Amsterdam UP, 2010.
Bennett. Michael Y. Analytic Philosophy and the World of the Play. London: Routledge, 2017.
Bennett, Michael Y., ed. Edward Albee and Absurdism. Leiden: Brill, 2017.
Bennett, Michael Y., ed. Philosophy and Oscar Wilde. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
Bennett, Michael Y. Awarded a Visiting Fellowship to Clare Hall, University of Cambridge (Summer 2018)
Bennett, Michael Y. The Cambridge Introduction to Theatre and Literature of the Absurd. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Bennett, Michael Y., Ed. Oscar Wilde’s Society Plays. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
Bernstein, Robin. “‘I’m very happy to be in the reality-based community’: Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home, Digital Photography, and George W. Bush,” American Literature 89.1 (March 2017): 121-154.
Bernstein, Robin. “The Impact of Two Decades’ Queer Theatre Scholarship: A Personal Narrative,” Theatre Topics 26.1 (March 2016): 38-39.
Bernstein, Robin“Toward the Integration of Theatre History and Affect Studies: Shame and The Rude Mechs’s The Method Gun,” Theatre Journal 64.2 (May 2012): 213-230.
Bernstein, Robin. “Utopian Movements: Nikki Giovanni and the Convocation Following the Virginia Tech Massacre,” African American Review 45.3 (Fall 2012): 341-353.
Bernstein, Robin. “Children’s Books, Dolls, and the Performance of Race; Or, The Possibility of Children’s Literature,” PMLA 126.1 (January 2011): 160-169.
Bernstein, Robin. Racial Innocence: Performing American Childhood and Race from Slavery to Civil Rights. New York: New York University Press, 2011.
Bernstein, Robin. “Dances with Things: Material Culture and the Performance of Race,”Social Text 101 (December 2009): 67-94. Winner of the 2010 ATDS Research and Publication Award and the 2010 ATHE award for Outstanding Article in a Journal.
Bernstein, Robin. “Staging Lesbian and Gay New York,” chap. in Bryan Waterman and Cyrus R. K. Patell, eds., The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of New York City (Cambridge University Press, 2010), 202-217.
Bianchini, Natka. Samuel Beckett’s Theatre in America: The Legacy of Alan Schneider as Beckett’s American Director. Palgrave, 2015.
Bianchini, Natka. “Waiting for Triumph: Alan Schneider and the American Response to Waiting for Godot,” Journal of American Drama and Theatre. 26 (Winter 2014), 97-120.
Bial, Henry. Playing God: The Bible on the Broadway Stage. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2015.
Bial, Henry and Sara Brady, eds. The Performance Studies Reader, Third Edition. London: Routledge, 2016.
Black, Cheryl and Jonathan Shandell, Editors, Experiments in Democracy: Interracial and Crosscultural Exchange in American Theatre, 1912-1945. Carbondale, IL: SIU Press, 2016.
Black, Cheryl. “„A” kao autsajder: potpuno poniženje i kulturna kritika u dramama crvenog slova Suzan-Lori Parks,” Republika n 11 / 2009 y LXV (Zagreb: Croatian Writers Society), Nikola Đuretić, ed. Trans. Serbo-Croatian by Andy Jelcic, 46-58.
Black, Cheryl. “Abject No More: Authority and Authenticity in the Theatrical Career of Rose McClendon,” Theatre History Studies, Vol. 30, 2010.
Black, Cheryl. “After the Emperor: Interracial Collaborations Between Provincetown Alumni and Black Theatre Artists, 1924-1946,” Journal of American Drama and Theatre vol. 20, no. 1 (Winter 2008): 5-26.
Black, Cheryl. “Three Variations on a National Theme: George O’Neil’s American Dream, 1933,” Journal of American Drama and Theatre, Vol. 22, no. 3 (Fall 2010): 69-89.
Black, Cheryl. “The Thrust for Freedom from Systems of Oppression: A Century of Suicide, Filicide, and Viricide in Plays by American Women,” in Violence in American Drama: Essays on its Staging, Meaning, and Effects, eds. Alfonso Ceballos and Bernardo Muñoz, Jefferson, NC and London: McFarland Press, 2011, pp. 44–58.
Black, Cheryl. “Transgressive Female Desire and Subversive Critique in the Seventeenth Century Canon: JoAnne Akalaitis’s Staging of Phedre, The Rover, and ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore,” in Feminist Theatrical Revisions of Classic Works, edited by Sharon Friedman, Jefferson NC and London: McFarland Press, 2009, 135-147.
Black, Cheryl and Anne Fletcher. “The Color of Revolution: Race Trumps Class in the Theatre Union’s Stevedore (1934),” New England Theatre Journal, Vol. 22 (Winter 2011): 23-52.
Black, Cheryl. “A” is for Abject: The Red Letter Plays of Suzan-Lori Parks, Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism 1.2 (2012): 31-56.
Bloom, Arthur. Edwin Booth: A Biography and Performance History: McFarland & Co., 2013.
Bloom, Arthur. Joseph Jefferson: Dean of the American Theatre. Frederic Beil, 2000.
Bogar, Thomas A. American Presidents Attend the Theatre: The Playgoing Experiences of Each Chief Executive. McFarland. 2009.
Bogar, Thomas A. Backstage at the Lincoln Assassination: the Untold Story of the Actors and Stagehands at Ford’s Theatre. Regnery History, 2013.
Brody, Jane Drake. Acting, Archetype, and Neuroscience: Superscenes for Actors, Directors, and Teachers. Routledge. September 2016
Brody, Jane Drake. The Actor’s Business Plan: A Career Guide for the Acting Life. London. Bloomsbury. 2015
Buckner, Jocelyn, Editor. A Critical Companion to Lynn Nottage. New York: Routledge, 2016.
Callens, Johan. “Introduction: Adaptation Reconsidered.” English Text Construction: An English Studies Journal 10.1 (2017) 1-5.
Callens, Johan, ed. Special Adaptation issue. English Text Construction: An English Studies Journal 10.1 (2017) 1-77.
Callens, Johan. “Transcendence Through Evil: Homicide as Tragic Thriller.” European Journal of American Culture 35.3 (2016): 173-187.
Callens, Johan. “The Volatile Value of Suffering: Jan Ritsema’s PhiloktetesVariations.” The Trojan Wars and the Making of the Modern World: Classical Reception after Antiquity. Ed. & introd. Adam J. Goldwyn. Studia Graeca Upsaliensia vol. 22. Uppsala: Uppsala UP, 2015. 223-244.
Callens, Johan. “Recalibrating O’Neill’s Modern Tragedy: Staging Long Day’s Journey into Night in the Low Countries.” Eugene O’Neill Review 36.1 (2015): 29-47.
Callens, Johan. “(Ré)animer les spectres du théâtre intermédial: Hier Ist der Apparat de Chris Kondek.” [“Reanimating the Ghosts in the Machine (Again): Chris Kondek’s Hier Ist der Apparat”] Théâtre et intermédialité. Ed. Jean-Marc Larrue. Arts du spectacle – Images et sons. Lille: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 2015. 169-186
Callens, Johan. “Recursion, Iteration, Difference.” Performance Studies: Key Words, Concepts, and Theories, ed. Bryan Reynolds. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 76-83.
Callens, Johan. “The Place of the Visual Arts within the Broad Spectrum of Performance Studies.” Enjeux et Positionnements de l’Interdisciplinarité / Positioning Interdisciplinarity. Ed. Claudine Armand, Vanessa Boullet and David Ten Eyck. Nancy: Presses Universitaires de Nancy (PUN)/Éditions Universitaires de Lorraine, 2014. 133-152.
Callens, Johan. “Tennessee Williams and Ivo van Hove at Home Abroad.” Tennessee Williams and Europe: Intercultural Encounters, Transatlantic Exchanges, ed. John S.Bak. DQR Studies in Literature, Volume 54. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2014. 301-319.
Callens, Johan. Dramaturgies in the New Millennium: Relationality, Performativity, and Potentiality. Ed. and introd. Katharina Pewny, Jeroen Coppens and Johan Callens, Forum Modernes Theater Schriftenreihe vol 44 [Book Series]. Tübingen: Narr Francke Attempto Verlag, 2014.
Callens, Johan. “The Wooster Group’s Hamlet, according to the True Original Copies.” Theatre Journal 61.4 (Dec. 2009): 539-561.
Callens, Johan. “Mediating Phèdre.” Theater und Medien/Theater and the Media.Grundlagen – Analysen – Perspektiven: Eine Bestandsaufnahme. Kultur- undMedientheorie. 2008.
Cantu, Maya. American Cinderellas on the Broadway Musical Stage: Imagining the Working Girl from Irene to Gypsy. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
Carlyon, David. “David Stone: Defying the Gravity of Expectations,” The Palgrave Handbook of Musical Theatre Producers, eds. William Everett and Laura MacDonald, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017, 467-77.
Carlyon, David. The Education of a Circus Clown: Mentors, Audiences, Mistakes. London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. Stuart Thayer Prize, Circus Historical Society, Best Circus Book, 2016.
Carlyon. David. “From the Broadway Tabernacle to the Gettysburg Battlefield: Did Edwin Forrest Influence Abraham Lincoln?,” Theatre Survey 56:1 (Jan. 2015): 71-94.
Carlyon, David. “‘Find Love’s Prick’: Touchstone Improvises,” ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews, 24.3 (2011): 131-37.
Carlyon, David. “‘Soft & Silky Around Her Hips’: Nineteenth-Century Circus and Sex.” Journal of American Drama and Theatre 22.2 (Spring 2010).
Carlyon, David. “Encomiast,” poem, Westchester Review 4 (2010).
Carlyon, David. “Twain’s ‘Stretcher’: The Circus Shapes Huckleberry Finn,” South Atlantic Review 72.4 (Fall 2007): 1-36.
Carlyon, David. “William Dunlap, Father of American Theater—and American Anti-theatricality,” Nineteenth-Century Literary Criticism (NCLC), Vol. 244, ed. Benjamin Franklin V, Detroit: Gale, 2011, 254-60, reprint, Theatre Symposium 15 (2007): 29-40.
Carlyon, David. “The Trickster as Academic Comfort Food,” essay, The Many Worlds of Circus, Robert Sugarman, ed., Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007, pp. 199-207, reprint, Journal of American Culture, 25.1-2 (Spring/Summer 2002): 15-19.
Chansky, Dorothy. 2017 President’s Book Award at Texas Tech University for Kitchen Sink Realisms: Domestic Labor, Dining, and Drama in American Theatre.
Chansky, Dorothy. Outstanding Researcher in the College of Visual and performing Arts at Texas Tech, 2016.
Chansky, Dorothy. Kitchen Sink Realisms: Domestic Labor, Dining, and Drama in American Theatre. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2015.
Chansky, Dorothy and Ann Folino White, ed. Food and Theatre on the World Stage. London and New York: Routledge, 2015.
Chansky, Dorothy. “American Higher Education and Dramatic Literature In(to) English,” Theatre Survey 54:3 (Sept., 2013): 419-438.
Chansky, Dorothy. “Usable Performance Feminism for Our Time: Reconsidering BettyFriedan.” Theatre Journal. 2008.
Chansky, Dorothy. Composing Ourselves: The Little Theatre Movement and the American Audience. Carbondale: SIU Press, 1984.
Cherry, James M. “Parody, E.E. Cummings, and the Twentieth-Century Rebuilding of Uncle Tom’s Cabin.” Modern Drama 57:2 (June 2014): 187-206.
Cherry, James M. “Theater and Ritual in American Politics.” American Political Culture, (ABC-CLIO, 2015): 1097-1103.
Chinoy, Helen Krich. The Group Theatre: Passion, Politics, and Performance in the Depression Era. Edited by Don B. Wilmeth and Milly S. Barranger. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Clericuzio, Alessandro. Tennessee Williams and Italy. A Transcultural Perspective. London and Cham (SW): Palgrave Macmillan, 2016
Connolly, Thomas F. Genus Envy: Nationalities, Identities, and The Performing Body Of Work. Cambria Press, 2010.
Cosdon, Mark. “Band of Brothers,” Dance Gazette: The Journal of London’s Royal Academy of Dance, 2010.
Cosdon, Mark. The Hanlon Brothers: From Daredevil Acrobatics to Spectacle Pantomime, 1833 – 1931. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2010.
Cosdon, Mark. “’Introducing Occidentals to an Exotic Art,’ Mei Lanfang in New York,” in China’s Average Operatic Male Actor of Female Roles: Documenting the Life and Art of Mei Lanfang, 1894-1961, ed. Min Tian. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2010.
Cosdon, Mark. “Le Voyage en Suisse des frères Hanlon: performances de comédiens et comédie de la performance,” in Pantomime et théâtre du corps: Transparence et opacité du hors-texte, ed. Arnaud Rykner. Rennes, France: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2009.
Crespy, David. Richard Barr: The Playwright’s Producer. Carbondale, IL: SIU Press, 2013.
Cummings, Scott T. and Erica Stevens Abbitt (editors). The Theatre of Naomi Wallace: Embodied Dialogues. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Curley, Eileen. “Parlour Conflagrations: Science and Special Effects in Manuals for Amateur Theatricals,” Popular Entertainment Studies, 6.1 (2015): 26-41. Link.
Curry, J.K. “Kate Claxton, Fire Jinx: The Aftermath of the Brooklyn Theatre Fire,” Performance Research 18, 1 (February 2013): 64-69.
Dail, Chrystyna. Stage for Action: U.S. Social Activist Theatre in the 1940s. Carbondale: SIU Press, 2016.
Dail, Chrystyna. “Driving Race Work: The UAW, Detroit, and Discrimination for Everybody!” In Working in the Wings: New Perspectives on Theatre History and Labor, edited by Beth Osborne and Chris Woodworth, 23 – 35. Carbondale: SIU Press, 2015.
Dail, Chrystyna. “Locating Fascism by Dislocating War, “Theatre History Studies 33 (2014): 151 – 168.
Demastes, Bill. Spalding Gray’s America. 2008.
DesRochers, Rick. The Comic Offense from Vaudeville to Contemporary Comedy: Larry David, Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, Dave Chappelle. New York: Bloomsbury, 2014.
DesRochers, Rick. “The Mythology of History, Family and Performance” in Suzan-Lori Parks in Person: Interviews and Commentaries, eds. Phillip C. Kolin and Harvey Young. New York: Routledge, 2014.
DesRochers, Rick. The New Humor and American Vaudeville in Contemporary Society: Larry David, Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, Dave Chappelle. Continuum Books, 2013.
DesRochers, Rick. The New Humor in the Progressive Era: Americanization and the Vaudeville Comedian. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
DiCintio, Matt. “Research Strategies in Dramaturgical Practice.” In The Routledge Companion to Dramaturgy, edited by Magda Romanska. New York: Routledge, 2014. 304-07.
DuComb, Christian. Haunted City: Three Centuries of Racial Impersonation in Philadelphia. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2017.
DuComb, Christian. “Staging Violence in Pig Iron Theatre Company’s Anodyne.” Theatre Journal 64.2 (May 2012): 197- 211.
Eynat-Confino, Irene. On the Uses of the Fantastic in Modern Theatre: Cocteau,Oedipus, and the Monster. 2008.
Falocco, Joe. “Auditioning for Shakespeare.” PERFORM: Succeeding as a Creative Professional. Ed. Anna Weinstein. New York: Focal Press. (Forthcoming).
Falocco, Joe. “Kyd-ding Around in Austin: The Spanish Tragedy at the Curtain.” Texas Theatre Journal 11 (2015): 49-64.
Falocco, Joe. “‘Shakespeare has it both ways’: Character and Form in Performance,” New England Theatre Journal 25 (2014).
Falocco, Joe. “Cibber, Barrymore, Barton and the History of Richard III in Performance, Upstart Crow 1 (August 2013), Web.
Falocco, Joe. “Abridged Acting Editions of Shakespeare in the Twenty-First Century.” Texas Theatre Journal 9 (2013), 55-68.
Fischer, Iris Smith, guest editor.”Scientific Research and Inquiry in American Theatre” (special issue sponsored by ATDS), Journal of American Drama and Theatre 28, 2 (Spring 2016). To view the issue contents, go to http://jadtjournal.org.
Fischer, Iris Smith. Mabou Mines: Making Avant-Garde Theater in the 1970s. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2011 (cloth), 2012 (paper).
Fischer, Iris Smith. “Cognitive Science, Performance, and Metaphor,” Consciousness in Interdisciplinary Perspective: Discussions from the Humanities Fall Faculty Colloquium 2011. Ed. Anna Neill and Leslie Tuttle. KU Scholarworks, 2012. <http://hdl.handle.net/1808/9931
Fischer, Iris Smith. “Theatre at the Birth of Semiotics: Charles Sanders Peirce, Francois Delsarte, and James Steele Mackaye,” Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society: A Quarterly Journal of American Philosophy, 49,3 (2013): 371-394.
Fischer, Iris Smith. “On the Realistic Hypostatization of Relations,” Charles S. Peirce in His Own Words: 100 Years of Semiotics, Communication, and Cognition. Amsterdam: Mouton, 2014: 193-199+refs.
Fischer, Iris Smith. Obituary: “Frederick Neumann (1926-2012),” Journal of Beckett Studies 23 (2014): 114-124.
Fischer, Iris Smith. “Paradoxes of Reason and Inquiry in the Aesthetics of Francois Delsarte,” Semiotics 2014. Ottawa, CA: Legas, forthcoming 2015.
Fisher, James. Historical Dictionary of American Theater: Beginnings. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2015.
Fisher, James. Understanding Tony Kushner. 2008.
Fisher, James (ed). “We Will Be Citizens”: New Essays on Gay and Lesbian Theatre.2008 .
p>Fleming, John. Davies and Penhall’s Sunny Afternoon. London: Routledge, 2017.
Fleming, John. Romulus Linney: Maverick of the American Theater. 2008.
Fleming, John. Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia. 2008.
Fletcher, Anne. Rediscovering Mordecai Gorelik: Scene Design and the AmericanTheatre. Carbondale, IL: SIU Press, 2009.
Foster, Verna A. “Meta-melodrama: Branden Jacobs-Jenkins Appropriates Dion Boucicault’s The Octoroon,” Modern Drama 59, 3 (Fall 2016): 285-305.
Foster, Verna A. “After Chekhov: The Three Sisters of Beth Henley, Wendy Wasserstein, Timberlake Wertenbaker, and Blake Morrison,” Comparative Drama 47 (Winter 2013): 451-72.
Foster, Verna A., ed. Dramatic Revisions of Myths, Fairy Tales and Legends: Essays on Recent Plays. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 2012.
Foster, Verna A. “Beth Henley’s Abundance: The Cinematic Myth of the Wild West Revised.” In Foster, ed. Dramatic Revisions of Myths, Fairy Tales and Legends: Essays on Recent Plays. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 2012, 225-39.
Foster, Verna A. “Ridiculous Fraud and The Jacksonian—Beth Henley’s New Plays about the South: An Interview.” The Southern Quarterly 50:1 (Fall 2012): 43-57.
Foster, Verna A. “Liz Lochhead’s Dracula: Revision and Reception,” Text & Presentation, 2011, The Comparative Drama Conference Series, 8. Ed. Kiki Gounaridou. (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2012): 83-92.
Friedman, Sharon. “Between Desire and Authority: The ‘Dybbuk’ in Modernist and Postmodern Theatrical Adaptations from S. Ansky to Tony Kushner,” in Dramatic Revisions of Myths, Fairy Tales and Legends, ed. Verna A. Foster, McFarland & Company, 2012.
Friedman, Sharon, ed. Feminist Theatrical Revisions of Classic Works. Jefferson, NC and London: McFarland Press, 2009.
Friedman, Sharon. “What there is behind us”: Susan Glaspell’s Challenge to Nativist Discourse in Stage Adaptations of her Harper’s Monthly Fiction,” in Intertextuality in American Drama, eds. Drew Eisenhauer and Brenda Murphy, McFarland & Company, 2013.
Frick, John. “Lost! Or What to Do When Your Principal Primary Document is Missing.” Performing Arts Resource (2011).
Frick, John. The Representation of Violence and the Violence of Representation: Uncle Tom’s Cabin and the Appropriation of Race on the American Stage,” New England Theatre Journal Vol. 21 (2010).
Frick, John. “A New Look at an Old Play: Re-reading Royall Tyler’s The Contrast.” Nineteenth-Century Literary Criticism. (2011).
Frick, John W. Uncle Tom’s Cabin on the American Stage and Screen. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
Frick, John. “The Death of Little Eva,” Uncle Tom’s Cabin Online. Harriet Beecher Stowe Center Blog. (2011).
Galella, Donatella. “Diversity in Theatre and Higher Education.” “Archiving ATHE’s Thirtieth Anniversary Conference Plenaries,” ed. Kelly Howe, Theatre Topics 27, no. 1 (2017): 3-4.
Galella, Donatella. “Making Money and Making Art: Arena Stage in the 1960s.” The Sixties, Center Stage: Mainstream and Popular Performances in a Turbulent Decade, eds. James Harding and Cindy Rosenthal. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2017.
Galella, Donatella. “Making Musicals that Matter: George C. Wolfe and Oskar Eustis at The Public Theater.” The Palgrave Handbook to Musical Theatre Producers, eds. William Everett and Laura MacDonald. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
Galella, Donatella, Emily Clark, Stefanie A. Jones, and Catherine Young. “‘I Wanna Be like You’: Negotiating Race, Racism, and Orientalism in The Jungle Book on Stage.” The Disney Musical on Stage and Screen: Critical Approaches from Snow White to Frozen, ed. George Rodosthenous. London: Methuen, 2017.
Geary, Fonzie D., II “Love and…Marriage? Maxwell Anderson’s Advice to ‘Saturday’s Children’ Regarding the Marriage Crisis in America.” New England Theatre Journal, 24, (2013): 13-31.
Geary, Fonzie D., II. “A Plague on Both Your Houses: Mr. Anderson Goes to Washington,” New England Theatre Journal 22 (2011): 1-22.
Geary, Fonzie D., II. “What Good Old Days? Maxwell Anderson Confronts Capitalism and Marriage with a Ride on ‘The Star-Wagon,’” Journal of American Drama and Theatre 25, 2 (Spring 2013): 59-76.
Geis, Deborah R. Suzan-Lori Parks. 2008.
Goldstein, Tara. Staging Harriet’s House: Writing and Producing Research-Informed Theatre. New York, NY: Peter Lang, 2012.
Goldstein, Tara. Zero Tolerance and Other Plays: Disrupting Xenophobia, Racism and Homophobia at School. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers, 2013.
González Crespán, Araceli. Desafío y Convención:Imágenes de la mujer sureña en Lillian Hellman. New Orleans: University Press of the South, 2005.
González Crespán, Araceli. “Educational Dramatics: The Instructional Qualities of Fefu and Her Friends”, Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos 17 (2013): 45-59.
González Crespán, Araceli. “Las mujeres de Lillian Hellman: una voz poderosa en un teatro de hombres”, Asparkía. Investigació Feminista 23 (2012): 49-71.
Granshaw, Michelle. “The Mysterious Victory of the Newsboys: The Grand Duke Theatre’s 1874 Challenge to the Theatre Licensing Law.” Theatre Survey 55, 1 (January 2014): 48-80.
Grossman, Barbara Wallace. A Spectacle of Suffering: Clara Morris on the AmericanStage. 2009.
Guterman, Gad. Performance, Identity, and Immigration Law: A Theatre of Undocumentedness. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
Harding, James M. Cutting Performances: Collage Events, Feminist Artists, and theAmerican Avant-Garde. 2010.
Hecht, Stuart. “ART for ART’s Sake: The American Repertory Theatre,” In The Palgrave Handbook of Musical Theatre Producers, Laura MacDonald and William Everett, editors (Palgrave Macmillian: London and New York City, 2017), pp 479-486.
Hecht, Stuart, “Stephen Sondheim: West Side Story (1957), Gypsy (1959) with collaborators Jerome Robbins and Arthur Laurents,” for Susan Abbotson, editor of the 1950s volume for multivolume set, Decades of Modern American Drama, Brenda Murphy, primary editor (forthcoming)
Hecht, Stuart, AMERICAN REPERTORY THEATRE for The Palgrave Handbook of Musical Theatre Producers, Laura MacDonald and William A. Everett, editors (Palgrave Macmillan, New York and London) (forthcoming)
Hecht, Stuart, “Jazz, Jews and Modernism on Broadway: from Lady, Be Good! to Show Boat” for Jonathan Shandell and Cheryl Black’s book, Experiments in Democracy: Inter-Racial and Cross-cultural Exchange in American Theatre and Performance During the Pre-Civil Rights Era (Southern Illinois University Press, 2016)
Hecht, Stuart, “McCarthy gegen Mostel: Ein jüdischer Broadwaystar überlebt die Schwarze Liste,” Jüdischer Almanach, Musik, Gisela Dachs (ed.), 250 Pages, Jüdischer Verlag-Suhrkamp, Berlin 2016
p>Hecht, Stuart. “Musicals as cultural collisions” Introductory essay for volume. Studies in Musical Theatre, 10: 3 (2016): pp. 311-15.
Hecht, Stuart, “Owning Up: Controlling the Onstage Jewish Persona on the Early 20th century American Stage,” for Joshua Polster’s book, Stages of Engagement: U.S. Theatre and Performance from 1898-1949, (Routledge Press: New York, 2015)
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Hecht, Stuart, Review of Bigger, Brighter, Louder: 150 Years of Chicago Theater as Seen by Chicago Tribune Critics by Chris Jones (University of Chicago Press, 2012). In Theatre History Studies, Vol 36 (2015)
Hecht, Stuart, Review, “Our Yiddish Theatre, Ourselves” of Inventing the Modern Yiddish State: Essays in Drama, Performance, and Show Business. Joel Berkowitz and Barbara Henry, eds.(Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2012). In H-Net Reviews in the Humanities and Social Sciences, H-Judaic (June, 2013)
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Hughes, Amy E. Spectacles of Reform: Theater and Activism in Nineteenth-Century America. University of Michigan Press, 2012.
Hurt, Melissa. Arthur Lessac’s Embodied Actor Training. New York, NY: Routledge, 2014.
Hurwitz, Nathan. A History of the American Musical Theatre: No Business Like it. London, UK, Routledge, 2014.
Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “Traveler, There is No Road:” Theatre, the Spanish Civil War and the Decolonial Imagination in the Americas. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2017.
Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “Mexico, 1680: Decoloniality, the Anthropocene, and Performance History.” Journal of American Theatre and Drama 29:2 (June 2017).
Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa, “Making our Conferences Accessible to All: Best Practices.” Theatre Historiography. 2 March 2017
Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. Review of Performance and the Global City, edited by Kim Solga and DJ Hopkins, TDR 61:1 (Spring 2017): 177-179.
Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. American Theatre and Drama Society Faculty Travel Award. 2017
Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. Barry Witham American Theatre and Drama Society Fellow, 2016-2017.
Jones, Megan Sanborn and Callie Oppedisano. “Profile on Mormon Playwriting,” Ecumenica 8,2 (Spring 2016): 45-48.
Jones, Megan Sanborn. “Testimony in the Muscles, in the Bone: Proxy Performance at the Mesa Easter Pageant.” Mormon Studies Review 3 (2016): 11-18.
Jones, Megan Sanborn. “Mormons Think They Should Dance.” In Play, Performance, and Identity: How Institutions Structure Ludic Spaces, Matt Omasta and Drew Chappell, eds. New York: Routledge Advanced in Theatre and Performance Studies, 2015.
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Jones, Megan Sanborn. Performing American Identity in Anti-Mormon Melodrama.2009.
Jouve, Emeline, Susan Glaspell’s Poetics and Poltitics of Rebellion, Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2017.
Jouve, Emeline and Lionell Miniato, Editors, Chronique judiciaire et fictionnalisation du procès, Paris: Marre et Martin,2017.
Jouve, Emeline, Aurélie Guillain, and Laurence Talairach-Vielmas, Editors, Unspeakable Acts: Murder by Women, Berne: Peter Lang, 2016.
Jouve, Emeline. Review of Self and Space in the Theatre of Susan Glaspell, Noelia Hernando-Real. Theatre History Studies 33 (2016).
Jouve, Emeline. “Interview with Andrew Schneider: New York Express (1)”, Miranda 13 (2016) Link.
Jouve, Emeline. “Interview with Annie Dorsen New York Express (2)”, Miranda 13 (2016) Link.
Jouve, Emeline. “Entretien avec Lise Avignon et Emma Morin, Gertrude Stein au théâtre : Le monde est rond (G. Stein, L. Avignon) ; Listen to Me (G. Stein, E. Morin) ”, Miranda 13 (2016) Link.
Jouve, Emeline. “Rencontre autour de Robert Wilson: Bob meets Sam”, Miranda 12 (2016) Link.
Jouve, Emeline. Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and “A Jury of Her Peers”: Centennial Essays, Interviews, and Adaptations, co-edited with Martha C. Carpentier, Jefferson: McFarland, 2015.
Jouve, Emeline. « Du presque-rien au presque-tout : le dévoilement de l’invisible dans Trifles (1916) de Susan Glaspell », E-rea , 12.2 (2015). Link.
Jouve, Emeline. “Gender and Race Trouble: The Emperor Jones by The Wooster Group”, Revue ANGLES (SAES) 2015. Link.
Jouve, Emeline. “The Big Art Group’s Flicker (2002): Stiching the Eye/I.” Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies Vol. 11, No. 2 (June 2015) Link.
Jouve, Emeline. Review of Looking at Medea: Essays and a Translation of Euripides’ Tragedy, ed. David Stuttard. Caliban n° 53, 2015.
Jouve, Emeline. “Promoting Gender Equity on the American Stage (1): League of Professional Theatre Women”, Miranda 11 (2015) Link.
Jouve, Emeline. “Promoting Gender Equity on the American Stage (2): 50/50 in 2020”, Miranda 11 (2015) Link.
Jouve, Emeline. “Through the Looking Glass. The Wooster Group’s The Emperor Jones (1993, 2006, 2009): Representation and Transgression.” Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos 17 (2014): 55-74. Link.
Jouve, Emeline. Review of Performing Gender Violence, eds. Barbara Ozieblo, Noelia Hernando-Real. The Journal of Contemporary Drama in English 2, Issue 1. Mai 2014.
Jouve, Emeline. “Intertextual Insanities in Susan Glaspell’s The Verge (1921)” in Intertextuality in American Drama, eds. Brenda Murphy and Drew Eisenhauer. McFarland, 2013 : 154-168.
Jouve, Emeline. Review of The Cambridge Companion to African American Theatre, ed. Harvey Young. Cercles Mai 2013 Link.
Jouve, Emeline. “Geography and Plays: Spaces in Gertrude Stein’s Early Plays (1913-1919)”. South Atlantic Review 76.4 (2014): 101-116.
Jouve, Emeline. Review of Second Language Learning Through Drama. Practical Techniques and Applications, ed. Joe Winston. Etudes en Didactiques des Langues 19, 2012.
Jouve, Emeline. “Chains of Dew”. The Literary Encyclopedia. 11 October 2011. Link.
Jouve, Emeline. “Springs Eternal”. The Literary Encyclopedia. 17 October 2011. Link.
Jouve, Emeline. Introduction à la partie thématique “Staging American Mobility”. Miranda 5 (2011). Déc. 2011. Link.
Jouve, Emeline. “On the Verge : Dramatisation de la violence symbolique dans The Verge (1921) de Susan Glaspell ». Anglophonia 27 (Déc. 2010). Toulouse: Presses Universitaires du Mirail : 251-262.
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Jouve, Emeline. Introduction à l’édition bilingue How I Learned to Drive. Toulouse: Presses Universitaires du Mirail, 2010: 9-20.
Kattwinkel, Susan. “ The Tradition of the Eccentric Body in Vaudeville: Subversion and Power in Performance,” The Journal of American Drama and Theatre, Vol. 24, no. 3, 2012.
Kelly, Baron. “Ira Aldridge and Taras Shevchenko: The Story of a Friendship.” In Journalof Ukrainian Institute of Education and Science. Petro Konoenko, editor. Science and Research Institute of the Ministry of Education. August 2008.
Kelly, Baron “Ira Aldridge: Prophet of Protest”, Ira Aldridge 1807-1867 The Great Shakespearian Tragedian on the Bicentennial Anniversary of his Birth. 2008.
Kelly, Baron. Review of “Ira Aldridge: The African Roscius,” Theatre Topics. 2008.
King, William Davies. Another Part of a Long Story: Literary Traces of Eugene O’Neill and Agnes Boulton (Michigan, 2010).
King, William Davies, ed. Part of a Long Story, by Agnes Boulton (McFarland, 2011)
Kippola, Karl. Acts of Manhood: The Performance of Masculinity on the American Stage, 1828-1865. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
Klein, Jeanne. “Without Distinction of Age: The Pivotal Roles of Child Actors and Their Spectators in Nineteenth-Century Theatre.” The Lion and the Unicorn 36.2 (April 2012): 117-135. Received Honorable Mention for 2013 AATE Research Award.
Kokai, Jennifer A. Swim Pretty: Aquatic Spectacles and the Performance of Race, Gender, and Nature. Carbondale, IL: SIU Press, 2017.
Kokai, Jennifer A. “Shamu the (Killer) Whale and an Ecology of Commodity” in Showing Off, Showing Up: Studies of Hype, Heightened Performance, and Cultural Power, edited by Laurie Frederik, Kim Marra, and Catherine Schuler. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2017), 81-106.
Kokai, Jennifer A. Awarded the ATHE/KCACTF Innovative Teaching Award for KCACTF Region 8, February 2017.
Londré, Felicia Hardison. “The Range of Laughter: First-Person Reports from Entertainers of the Over There Theatre League,” Humor, Entertainment, and Popular Culture during World War I, ed. by Clémentine Tholas-Disset and Karen A. Ritzenhoff. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, 169-179.
Londré, Felicia Hardison. “Elsie’s Big Show: From Entertainment Under Fire to Firing Stories in All Directions,” Old Stories, New Readings: The Transforming Power of American Drama, ed. by Miriam López-Rodríguez, Immaculata Pineda-Hernández, and Alfonso Ceballos Muõz. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015, 71-83.
Londré, Felicia Hardison. “Sarah Bernhardt’s Last Stand in America: How the One-Legged Actress Promoted American Involvement in the Great War,” New England Theatre Journal 25 (2014), 1-24.
Londré, Felicia Hardison. “En Avant! Tennessee Williams between Hyperborea and the Mediterranean,” Tennessee Williams and Europe: Intercultural Encounters, Transatlantic Exchanges, ed. by John S. Bak. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2014. Also published in DQR Studies in Literature, Volume 54 (2014), 27-41.
Londré, Felicia Hardison. “’A Vast Traumatic Eye’: Culture Absorbed and Refigured in Tennessee Williams’s Transitional Plays,” The Theatre of Tennessee Williams, ed. Brenda Murphy. London: Bloomsbury, 2014, pp. 232-243.
MacDonald, Laura and Myrte Halman. “Geen Grenzen Meer: An American Musical’s Unlimited Border Crossing,” Theatre Research International, 39, 3 (October 2014) pp 198-216.
Magelssen, Scott. Simming: Participatory Performance and the Making of Meaning. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2014.
Magnuson, Landis. “‘No roof except the sky’: The Rise and Fall of Airdomes in American Popular Entertainment.” Theatre Symposium. 2009.
Masequesmay, Gina and Sean Metzger, editors. Embodying Asian/American Sexualities, Lanham: Lexington Books. 2009.
Mason, Jeffrey. Stone Tower: The Political Theater of Arthur Miller. 2008.
Maufort, Marc. “Signatures of Cultural Memory.” Signatures of the Past: Cultural Memory in Contemporary Anglophone North American Drama. 2008.
Mayer, David. Bandits! or The Collapsing Bridge: an early film and a late-Victorian stage. London (UK), Society for Theatre Research, 2015.
Mayer, David. Stagestruck Filmmaker: D.W. Griffith and the American Theatre. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press, 2009.
Mielke, Laura L. “Transforming Captivity Narratives in Kevin Willmott’s The Only Good Indian.” American Studies 55,1 (May 2016): 5-30.
Mielke, Laura L. and Martha Baldwin. “‘a black diamond among thim American wifes’: Kate Edwards Swayze’s Anti-Slavery Adaptation of George Colman’s Inkle and Yarico.” Edited with Martha Baldwin. Scholarly Editing 2015. Online: www.scholarlyediting.org.
Mielke, Laura L. “Edwin Forrest’s July 4th Oration and the Specters of Provocative Eloquence.” American Literature 86 (March 2014): 1-30.
Mielke, Laura L. and Joshua David Bellin, eds. Native Acts: Indian Performance, 1603-1832. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2011.
Mielke, Laura L. “Sectional Patriotism and Heroic Eloquence in William Gilmore Simms’s Norman Maurice.” Journal of American Drama and Theatre 21.2 (Spring 2009): 9-28.
Mielke, Laura L. Moving Encounters: Sympathy and the Indian Question in Antebellum Literature Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2008.
Miller, Derek. “Average Broadway,” Theatre Journal 61, 4 (December 2016): 529–553.
Miller, Derek. “The Salve of Duty: Global Theater at American Borders, 1875-1900.” Journal of Global Theatre History 1, 1 (2016): 20-33.
Mitchell, Koritha. “James Baldwin, Performance Theorist, Sings the Blues for Mister Charlie.” American Quarterly 64.1 (March 2012): 33 – 60.
Mohler, Courtney Elkin. “The Native Plays of Lynn Riggs and the Question of ‘Race’ Specific Casting,” Theatre Topics 26, 1 (March 2016): 63-75.
Mohler, Courtney Elkin. “‘A Little History Here, a Little Hollywood There’: (Counter)identifying with the Spanish Fantasy in Carlos Morton’s Rancho Hollywood and Theresa Chavez’ L.A. Real,” Modern Drama 57, 2 (June 2014): 207-228.
Nathans, Heather S. Slavery and Sentiment on the American Stage, 1787-1861: Liftingthe Veil of Black. 2009.
Nees, Heidi L. “New Paths to Representation; or, How Under the Cherokee Moon Broke the Outdoor Historical Drama Mold.” Theatre History Studies, Vol. 34 (2015).
Nees, Heidi L. Review of world premiere Off the Rails by Randy Reinholz. Native Voices at the Autry, Los Angeles. 28 February 2015. Theatre Journal, Vol. 67, No. 4 (December 2015).
Novick, Julius. Beyond the Golden Door: Jewish American Drama and Jewish AmericanExperience. 2008.
Osborne, Beth. Staging the People: Community and Identity in the Federal Theatre Project. Palgrave, 2011.
Ozieblo, Barbara. “Affecting the Audience: Gina Gionfriddo’s After Ashley,” in Violence in American Drama: Essays on its Staging, Meaning, and Effects, Alfonso Ceballos Muñoz et al. Eds. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2011. 267-78.
Ozieblo, Barbara. & Noelia Hernando- Real. Eds. Performing Gender Violence: Plays by Contemporary American Women Dramatists. New York: Palgrave, Macmillan, 2012.
Ozieblo, Barbara. “Pornography of Violence’: Strategies of Representation in Plays by Naomi Wallace, Stefanie Zadravec, and Lynn Nottage.” Journal of American Drama and Theatre 32, 1 (Winter 2011): 67-80.
Ozieblo, Barbara. “The Victim and the Audience’s Pleasure: An Exploration of Carson Kreitzer’s Self Defense and Stefanie Zadravec’s Honey Brown Eyes.” In Ozieblo and Hernando-Real, Eds. Performing Gender Violence. 155-172.
Ozieblo, Barbara. “From Shirtwaist to Overalls: Cognition and the Embodiment of Abuse in Two Plays by Naomi Wallace.” Jose Antonio Gurpegui & Isabel Duran. Eds. The Backyard of the U.S. Mansion. Alcaá de Henares: Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin, 2012. 115-130.
Ozieblo, Barbara and Jerry Dickey. Susan Glaspell and Sophie Treadwell. 2008.
Plunka, Gene A. Holocaust Drama: The Theater of Atrocity. 2009
Plunka, Gene A. Staging Holocaust Resistance. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
Polster, Joshua. Stages of Engagement: U.S. Theatre and Performance 1898-1949. London and New York: Routledge, 2016.
Polster, Joshua. ed. The Routledge Anthology of US Drama 1898-1949. London and New York: Routledge, 2016.
Poole, Ralph J. and Ilka Saal (eds.). Passionate Politics: The Cultural Work of AmericanMelodrama from the Early Republic to the Present. 2008.
Postlewait, Thomas. “Historical Evidence: Induction, Deduction, Abduction, and Serendipity,” Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism 31 (Spring 2017): 9-32.
Richardson, Dorothy B. Moving Diorama in Play: William Dunlap’s Comedy A Trip to Niagara (1828). Youngstown, NY: Teneo Press, 2010.
Robinson, Marc. The American Play, 1787-2000. 2009.
Ryder, Andrew D. “Doing Tennessee Justice in Oregon.” Performing Arts Resources 28 (2011). A Tyranny of Documents: The Performing Arts Historian as Film Noir Detective. Ed. Stephen Johnson. 272-79.
Ryder, Andrew D. “Here on the Edge: Community-Building Theatre During World War II.” Platform ejournal of Theatre and Performing Arts 5.2 (2011): online. Link.
Ryder, Andrew D. “To the Heart of It: American Theatre from Hedgerow to the Oregon Coast.” Theatre Annual 63 (2010): 28-46.
Ryder, Andrew D. “‘Living from Moment to Moment’: Kermit Sheets, Theatre, and the Fine Arts at Waldport, 1942-1946.” The Western States Theatre Review 16 (2010). Link.
Saal, Ilka. “Theatricality in Contemporary Visual and Performance Art on New World Slavery.” Oxford Handbooks Online: Literature (June 2016).http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/view/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199935338.001.0001/oxfordhb-9780199935338-e-36.
Saal, Ilka. “The Taste for Whiteness: Kara Walker’s Marvelous Sugar Baby (2014).” Food, Fatness and Fitness. Critical Perspectives. 27. Apr. 2015. Web.http://foodfatnessfitness.com/2015/04/27/the-taste-for-whiteness-kara-walkers-marvelous-sugar-baby-2014/
Saal, Ilka. “Susan Glaspell’s Radicalization of Women’s Crime Fiction: Female Reading Strategies from Anna Katharine Green to Sara Paretsky,” co-written with Mareike Dolata. On Susan Glaspell’s Trifles and “A Jury of Her Peers”: Centennial Essays, Interviews and Adaptations. Eds. Martha Carpentier and Emeline Jouve. Jefferson: McFarland, 2015. 62-78.
Saal, Ilka. “Of Diggin’ and Fakin’: Historiopoiesis in Suzan-Lori Parks and Contemporary African American Culture.” African American Culture & Society Post Rodney King: Provocations & Protests, Progression & ‘Post-Racialism’. Eds. Jo Metcalf and Carina Spaulding. Farnham: Ashgate, 2015. 67-81.
Saal, Ilka. “‘Just as Good as the Real Thing’: Exploring Historiopoiesis in Contemporary African American Literature.” Poetics of Politics: Textuality and Social Relevance in Contemporary American Literature and Culture. Eds. Sebastian M. Herrmann, Carolin Alice Hofmann, Katja Kanzler, Stefan Schubert, Frank Usbeck. Heidelberg: Winter, 2015. 215-34.
Schanke, Robert A. Queer Theatre and the Legacy of Cal Yeomans, paper edition. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.Schroeder, Patricia R. “Passing for Black: Coon Songs and the Performance of Race.” ournal of American Culture 33.2 (June 2010):139-53.
Schildcrout, Jordan. Murder Most Queer: The Homicidal Homosexual in the American Theater. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2014.
Schrum, Stephen, and Sheedy Elliot. “Building a Virtual Reality Model of Artaud’s Theatre of Cruelty.” Metaverse Creativity. Dec. 2012.
Sebesta, Judith A. and Bud Coleman (eds.). Women in American Musical Theatre. 2008.
Senelick, Laurence. translation of Sophocles’s Oedipus the King (Broadway Play Publishing, 2017).
Senelick, Laurence. Inducted into the College of Fellows of the American Theatre. Investiture April 2017, Kennedy Center, Washington DC.
Senelick, Laurence. “Odysseus in Academe,” Theatre Survey 57, 3 (Sept. 2016): 383-85
Senelick, Laurence, Translation of The Ghost Sonata by August Strindberg (New York: Broadway Play Publishing, 2015).
Senelick, Laurence. A Historical Dictionary of Russian Theatre, 2nd edition revised and enlarged (Scarecrow Press, 2015).
Senelick, Laurence. “Offenbach, Wagner, Nietzsche: The Polemics of Opera,” New Theatre Quarterly (Feb. 2016): 1-16.
Senelick, Laurence. “Brief Encounters: Mikhail Chekhov and Shakespeare,” in The Routledge Companion to Michael Chekhov, ed. Marie-Christine Autant-Mathieu and Yana Meerzon (Routledge, 2015), pp.141-60.
Senelick, Laurence. “Lesbians, Please Leave the Stage!” Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide (May-June 2015): 25-28.
Senelick, Laurence. “The opening night of Vert-Vert,” Jacques Offenbach Society Newsletter 71 (Mar. 2015): 17-23.
Senelick, Laurence. “How Ibsen Fared in Russian Culture and Politics,” Ibsen Studies (2015): 1-18.
Senelick, Laurence, ed. The American Stage: Writing on Theater from Washington Irvingto Tony Kushner. 2010.
Sofer, Andrew. Dark Matter: Invisibility in Drama, Theater, and Performance. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2013.
Shulman, Max, “Tuning the Black Voice: Colordeafness and The American Negro Theatre’s Radio Dramas.” Modern Drama, 59.4 (Winter 2016).
Shulman, Max, “Everyday Astonishment and Crafting the Theatrical: Speaking with David Down on Undergraduate Acting Training.” Theatre Topics, 26.1 (March 2016).
Shulman, Max. “Beaten, Battered, and Brawny: American Variety Entertainers and the Working- Class Body.” Working in the Wings: New Perspectives on Theatre History and Labor. Eds. Beth Osborne and Christine Woodworth. S. Illinois University Press, 2014.
Solomon, Rakesh. Albee in Performance (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2010. (Winner of Performing Arts Bronze Medal at the Independent Publisher Book Awards in New York City, 2011).
Stephenson, Bradley. “This In-Between Life: Disability, Trans-Corporeality, and Radioactive Half-Life in D.W. Gregory’s Radium Girls,” Journal of American Drama and Theatre 28, 2 (Spring 2016).
Stubbs, Naomi J. Cultivating National Identity through Performance: American Pleasure Gardens and Entertainment. New York: Palgrave, 2013.
Thomas, LaRonika. “Digital Dramaturgy and Digital Dramaturgs.” In The Routledge Companion to Dramaturgy. Edited by Magda Romanska, 506-511. New York: Routledge, 2014.
Tenneriello, Susan. Spectacle Culture and American Identity, 1815-1940. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Baxter, Jane Eva, Shauna Vey, Erin Halstad McGuire, Suzanne Conway, and Deborah Blom. “Reflections on Interdisciplinarity in the Study of Childhood in the Past.” Childhood in the Past, 10, 1 (2017): 1-15.
Vey, Shauna. Review of Child Labor in the British Victorian Entertainment Industry, 1875–1914 by Dyan Colclough. The Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, 10, 1 (Winter 2017): 149-151.
Vey, Shauna. Childhood and Nineteenth-Century American Theatre: The Work of the Marsh Troupe of Juvenile Actors. Carbondale, IL: SIU Press, 2015.
Vey, Shauna. “An American Antebellum Child-Actor Contract: Alfred Stewart and the Shift from Craft Apprentice to Wage Laborer.” In Enteraining Children: The Participation of Youth in the Entertainment Industry, edited by Gillian Arrighi and Victor Emeljanow, 33-50. NY: Palgrave, 2014.
White, Ann Folino. Distinguished Professor of the Year Award, Michigan Association of State Universities, 2017.
White, Ann Folino. 2016 CLR James Book Award, Working Class Studies Association – for Plowed Under: Food Policy Protests and Performance in New Deal America.
White, Ann Folino. Plowed Under: Food Policy Protests and Performance in New Deal America. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2015.
Wilmeth, Don and Milly S. Barranger. Eds. The Group Theatre: Passion, Politics, and Performance in the Depression Era. By Helen Krich Chinoy. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Witham, Barry B. A Sustainable Theatre: Jasper Deeter at Hedgerow. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Young, Catherine, Review Animal Acts: Performing Species Today. Ed: Una Chaudhuri and Holly Hughes. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2014. Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism 30 (Spring 2016): 147-149
Young, Catherine. “‘A Very Good Act For an Unimportant Place’: Animals, Ambivalence, and Abuse in Big-Time Vaudeville,” in Performing Animality: Animals in Performance Practices, ed: Jennifer Parker-Starbuck and Lourdes Orozco (Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015): 77-96.
Young, Harvey. The Cambridge Companion to African American Theatre. Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Young, Harvey. Theatre and Race. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.