Department of English Publications

 

Research in the Department of English Publications covers a wide range of interdisciplinary fields, including theatre studies, theory, medieval studies, cultural studies, Indigenous studies, postcolonial literature and theory, queer studies, feminist and gender studies, ecological criticism, and digital humanities.

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Submissions from 2020

Gender and the Aesthetics of Occupation: Making Room for Women's Labour at the Theatre, Kim Solga

Review of Enacting Shakespeare Aftermath: The Intermedia Turn and the Turn to Embodiment, Kim Solga

Practising Diversity at the Stratford Festival of Canada: Shakespeare, Performance, and Ethics in the Twenty-First Century, Kim Solga and Erin Julian

Submissions from 2019

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Blake, Hegel, and the Sciences, Tilottama Rajan

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Immunitary Foreclosures: Schelling and British Idealism, Tilottama Rajan

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How Do You Stage a Problem Like Kevin Spacey? Reflections on Performance and Consent, with Help from Ellie Moon and Adam Lazarus, Kim Solga

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Review: ‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’ at the CAA theatre in Toronto, Kim Solga

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Review of International Performance Research Pedagogies: Towards an Unconditional Discipline, Kim Solga

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Theatre and Performance in the Neoliberal University: Responses to an Academy in Crisis, Kim Solga

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Theatre & Performance, Crisis & Survival, Kim Solga

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Theory for Theatre Studies: Space, Kim Solga

Theory for Theatre Studies: Space, Kim Solga

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Living the interdiscipline: Natalie Alvarez speaks with Kim Solga about conceiving, developing, managing, and learning from a large-scale, multidisciplinary, scenario-based project supporting police de-escalation training in Ontario, Kim Solga and Natalie Alvarez

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Tactics: Practical and Imagined, Kim Solga, Diana Damian Martin, Sharon Green, Clara Nizard, Max Schulman, and Theron Schmidt

Submissions from 2018

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The Comedy of Errors: Building Inclusivity at the Stratford Festival, Erin Julian and Kim Solga

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“These Sharp Tools:” Coming to Terms, or The Squeezebox, Sophie Mayer and Kim Solga

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At Play in the Haunted House: Long Day's Journey in Context, Kim Solga

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Living a Feminist Life, Kim Solga

Experiencing Stanislavsky in All’s Well That Ends Well, Kim Solga and Roberta Barker

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Katie Mitchell and the Politics of Naturalist Theatre, Kim Solga and Dan Rebellato

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A Professor and a Fourth-Year Honours Student on Fun Home, Kim Solga and Rachel Windsor

Submissions from 2017

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A Cultural History of Theatre in the Modern Age, Kim Solga

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Introduction:The Impossible Modern Age, Kim Solga

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Little Pretty and the Exceptional. What’s new here?, Kim Solga

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Making a Feminist Show, Kim Solga