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Author/Titlesort descending Research Type Related Fields
Madden, C. and Juhl, K. Galvanizing Performance: The Alexander Technique as a Catalyst for Excellence. London: Singing Dragon, 2017  Publications, Books Acting, Acting Pedagogy, Alexander Technique, Dance, Music, Singing
Mark Jenkins, playwright. All Powers Necessary and Convenient. University of Washington Press, 2000. Creative Work, Productions, Publications, Books Playwriting
Megan E. Geigner, Stuart J. Hecht, and Jasmine Jamillah Mahmoud, co-editors. Makeshift Chicago Stages: A Century of Theater and Performance. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2021. Publications, Books Historiography, History
Odai Johnson and William J. Burling. The Colonial American Stage: A Documentary Calendar. Associated University Presses, 2001. Publications, Books 18th Century, American
Odai Johnson. Absence and Memory in Colonial American Theatre. Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. Publications, Books 18th Century, American
Odai Johnson. Rehearsing the Revolution: Radical Performance, Radical Politics in the English Restoration. U of Delaware Press, 2000. Publications, Books 17th Century, English
Performing Flight: From the Barnstormers to Space Tourism. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2020. Publications, Books Theater History, Culture, Historiography, Performance Studies, Popular Culture, Visual Culture
Revista Paso de Gato, No. 73 (abril-junio 2018). Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico. Publications, Reviews Drama, Dramaturgy, Latin American, Latino/a Studies, Theater History
Rizzardi, Jonathan M. “The Andreia of Grieving: Rehearsing Heroic Grief on the Ancient Athenian Stage.” New England Theatre Journal 33, no 1 (2022). Publications, Essays Theater History, Classics, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Queer Studies, Tragedy
Rogus, Amanda M. "Scorpions of the Mind:" An Analysis of Justin Kurzel's Film Adaptation of the Soliloquies in William Shakespeare's Macbeth," Spectrum, vol. 30, no. 3, April 2017, pp. 68-75. Publications, Essays Shakespeare
Rogus, Amanda M. "Too Much of a Good Thing is Not Good: An Analysis of Inside Out from the Outside In," Spectrum, vol. 28, no. 2, May 2015, pp. 58-64. Publications, Essays Film/Cinema
Rogus, Amanda M. "Treachery Thy Name is Barabas, Lawfulness Thy Name is Shylock, Yet Villainy in Both?: Law's Role in Marlowe's Malta and Shakespeare's Merchant," Spectrum, vol. 29, no. 2, May 2016, pp. 58-64. Publications, Essays Shakespeare
Rogus, Amanda M. “Tempting a Temptress: Analyzing Cleopatra’s Growing Dominance with Antony’s Shrinking Masculinity in Antony and Cleopatra,” US English Education Review, vol. 16, no. 9, Sept. 2018, pp. 447-459. Publications, Essays Shakespeare
Rogus, Amanda. "Exit Juliet Pursued by Romeo: Exploring Storytelling Shifts in Explicit Stage Directions,” CEA Critic, John Hopkins University Press, vol. 81, no. 3, November 2019, pp. 274-280. Publications, Essays Shakespeare
Rogus, Amanda. “Educating Survivors: The Traumatic Effects of Sexual Assault on Student Academic Achievement in Graduate Education,” Journal of Psychology Research, vol. 10, no 3, June 2020, pp. 94-100. Publications, Essays Activist Theater
Rogus, Amanda. “Ignorant or Seem So Craftily:” Isabella and Angelo’s Rhetoric in Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure,” US English Education Review, vol. 19, no. 7, July 2020, pp. 219-224. Publications, Essays Shakespeare
Scott Magelssen and Rhona Justice-Malloy, editors. Enacting History. U of Alabama Press, 2011. Publications, Books Museum Studies/Museology, Popular Culture, Theater History
Scott Magelssen and Shelby Lunderman. “Slow Down or Else: The Perils of Rapidity on Academics’ Mental Health.” In Reversing the Cult of Speed in Higher Education, edited by Jonathan Chambers and Stephanie Gearhart. Routledge, 2019. Publications, Essays Theory/Criticism
Scott Magelssen and Shelby Lunderman. “Tactical Slowness: Fomenting a Culture of Mental Health in the Academy.” Reversing the Cult of Speed in Higher Education: The Slow Movement in the Arts and Humanities. Ed. Jonathan Chambers and Stephannie Gearhart (Routledge, 2018). Publications, Essays Culture, Drama, Performance Studies, Popular Culture, Theater History
Scott Magelssen, “Our Academic Discipline is Making Us Sicker.” Special Section: ASTR’s 60th Anniversary. Theatre Survey 57.3 (September, 2016) 389-394. Publications, Essays Culture, Performance Studies, Popular Culture, Theater History
Scott Magelssen, “White-Skinned Gods: Thor Heyerdahl, The Kon-Tiki Museum, and the Racial Theory of Polynesian Origins.” TDR: The Drama Review 60.1 [T229] (Winter, 2016). Publications, Essays Indigenous, Performance Studies, Popular Culture, Postcolonial, Race and Ethnicity, Scandinavian, Theater History
Scott Magelssen. Living History Museums: Undoing History Through Performance. Scarecrow, 2007. Publications, Books Popular Culture, Theater History
Scott Magelssen. Simming: Participatory Performance and the Making of Meaning. U of Michigan Press, 2014. Publications, Books Theater History, Performance Studies, Popular Culture
Scott Magelssen. “Dinosaurs, Racial Anxiety, and Curatorial Intervention: Whiteness and Performative Historiography in the Museum.” Special Issue on Theatre Historiography, ed. Michal Kobialka. Pamietnik Teatralny 70.4 (2022). Publications, Essays Theater History, 19th Century, 20th Century, Historiography, History, Indigenous, Performance Studies, Popular Culture, Race and Ethnicity
Scott Venters, "'Better to burn': The Prima Mimarum and Political Friction in Fourth-Century Antioch," Theatre Journal (March, 2018). Publications Ancient, Classics, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Performance Studies, Popular Culture, Religion

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