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Allen, Richard (2012) Kantor's Anthropological Machine. Studia Ubb Dramatica, LVII (1). pp. 75-91.

Allen, Richard (2013) The Object Animates: Displacement and Humility in the Theatre of Philippe Quesne. Performance Research: A Journal of the Performing Arts, 18 (3). pp. 119-125. ISSN Print: 1352-8165 Online: 1469-9990

Allen, Richard and May, S. (2015) Encountering Anthropomorphism (Editorial). Performance Research: A Journal of the Performing Arts, 20 (2). pp. 1-3. ISSN Print: 1352-8165 Online: 1469-9990

Dalmasso, Frederic (2013) Badiou's Spectator-Subject and Fireworks Politics. Performance Research, 18 (1). pp. 77-83. ISSN 1352-8165

Golz, Paul and Bowers, Christopher and Price, Marc (2016) A Practical Approach to Using Motion Capture in Performance Dance. Electronic Visualisation and the Arts. (Submitted)

Golz, Paul and Shaw, A. (2014) Augmenting Live Performance Dance through Mobile Technology. BCS-HCI '14 Proceedings of the 28th International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference on HCI 2014 - Sand, Sea and Sky - Holiday HCI. pp. 311-316.

Golz, Paul and Smith-Nunes, G. (2015) [arra]stre - a Data-driven Ballet. Electronic Visualisation and the Arts. pp. 90-91.

Kohe, Geoff and Newman, Joshua (2011) Body Commons: Toward an Interdisciplinary Study of the Somatic Spectacular. Brogla: An Australian Journal About Dance, 35 (Dec.). pp. 65-74. ISSN 1322-76545

Rippel, Ildiko (2011) Virtual Infants in Zoo Indigo’s Under the Covers This is Now, This is Live…. Body, Space & Technology Journal, 02. ISSN 1470-9120

Swift, Elizabeth (2012) The Live/Mediated Mash. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 8 (2). pp. 255-258. ISSN Print: 1479-4713 Electronic: 2040-0934

Book Section

Cochrane, Claire (2016) A City's Toys: Theatre in Birmingham 1914-1918. In: British Theatre and the Great War, 1914-1919: New Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 215-233. ISBN eBook: 978-1-137-40200-4 Hardcover: 978-1-137-40199-1

Cochrane, Claire (2012) Engaging the Audience: A Comparative Analysis of Developmental Strategies in Birmingham and Leicester since the 1990s. In: Critical Essays on British South Asian Theatre. Exeter University Press, Exeter, pp. 100-118. ISBN 9780859898355

Cochrane, Claire (2015) 'Producing the Scene': the Evolution of the Director in British Theatre 1900-50. In: British Theatre and Performance 1900-1950. Critical Companions . Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, London, pp. 199-212. ISBN Paperback: 9781408165652 Hardback: 9781408174920

Cochrane, Claire (2016) Shakespeare and the Re/Vision of Indian Heritage in the Postcolonial British Context. In: Performing Shakespeare in India: Exploring Indianness, Literature and Culture. SAGE Publications, New Delhi, pp. 60-76. ISBN eBook: 9789351509738 Hardcover: 9351509745

Elliott, Paul (2017) Through Class Darkly: Class in the British TV Noir. In: Social Class and Television Drama in Contemporary Britain. Palgrave. (Submitted)

Conference or Workshop Item

Cooper, C. and Dalmasso, Frederic and Lamb, T. (2013) The ‘Problem’ of Youth 2012-13 - Participatory Action Research & Drama Workshops. In: Verbatim theatre workshops, Mar 15th, Apr 13th, Apr 18th, Apr 26th, May 4th, May 9th 2013, University of Hull. (Unpublished)

Hassall, Lee (2012) Performing Monstrosity in the City. In: Performing Monstrosity in the City, September 2012, Queen Mary University, London. (Unpublished)

Hassall, Lee (2013) Postcards From Hashima. In: Geography Series Exeter University, February 2013. (Unpublished)

Hassall, Lee (2013) Postcards From Hashima. In: Association of Asian Studies Conference, San Diego, California, US.. (Unpublished)

James, David (2009) The Potential of the Global Cultural Industries. In: Creative Industries World Conference, 19-20 October 2009, Communication University of China, Beijing.

Smith-Nunes, G. and Cook, P. and Neale, Camilla and Golz, Paul (2016) Data Network Simulator with Classical Ballet. In: EVA London 2016, Tuesday 12th - Thursday 14th July 2016, London. (In Press)

Somerville, Daniel (2016) Dancing 'Nessun Dorma'. In: The Fourteenth Triennial Conference of the British Comparative Literature Association: ‘Salvage’, 12th - 15th July 2016, University of Wolverhampton. (Unpublished)

Somerville, Daniel (2016) Violetta Undone: Getting Closer to Opera By Not Making Opera. In: Music on Stage Conference, 22nd - 23rd October 2016, Rose Bruford College, Sidcup, Kent. (Submitted)

Swift, Elizabeth (2010) Really Doing It – An Exploration of Strategies for Interaction in Intermedial Performance. In: American Society for Theatre Research Conference: Work over Time., November 2010, Seattle, US. (Unpublished)

Wheeler, Mike and Prankel, Susanne and Swift, Elizabeth and Fisher, Julie and Reeves, Alison (2014) All the Lab's a Stage: the Use of Drama to Promote Engagement in Higher Education Science. In: The Society of Experimental Biology (SEB) Annual Meeting, 1st - 4th July 2014, University of Manchester. (Submitted)


Cochrane, Claire (1993) Shakespeare and the Birmingham Repertory Theatre 1913-1929. Society for Theatre Research, London. ISBN Hardcover: 0854300538

Hassall, Lee (2011) Trace: Displaced. Parthian, Swansea. ISBN 978-1-906998-04-2


Allen, Richard (2012) Garage Band: A Site-Specfic Performance 24/05/2012 - 27/05/2012. [Show/Exhibition]

Schad, J. and Dalmasso, Frederic (2015) Last Train to Oxford (Someone Called Derrida). [Show/Exhibition] (Unpublished)


Allen, Richard (2013) Ghost Machine: a Sound Performance. [Performance]


Allen, Richard (2015) Panoramic Sea Happening (After Kantor): Video Installation. [Video]


Davies, Andy (2016) Vincent’s Starry Night and Other Stories by Michael Bird - Book Review (for the Association of Illustrators Blog). The Association of Illustrators, London.

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