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Department Bibliography of Publications & Conferences

Bibliography of Faculty/Student Publications & Conference Presentations 

2017

Barilar, Nic. "Never Forget, Never Forgive: Violence and Audience Complicity in the 2005 Revival of Sweeney Todd." Working Group: Violent Bodies, Violent Acts. Co-convener of Working Group. American Society for Theatre Research. Atlanta, GA. 16-19 November 2017.

Barlar, Nic. "'Just genuine pure filth!': Censorship, Sex, and the Queer Politics of Failure in Happy Days." Samuel Beckett Society Conference. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 27-29 July 2017.

Brewster, Shelby. “Plastics and Post-Human Bodies: Performative Speculation in the Anthropocene.” From the Curious to the Quantum: Bodies at the Intersection of Science and Performance Working Group. American Society for Theatre Research. Atlanta, GA. November 2017.

Brewster, Shelby. “Food Futures: Speculative Performance in the Anthropocene.” The Journal of American Drama and Theatre 29, no. 2 (Spring 2017).

Brewster, Shelby. “‘That was then. This is now.’: Interrogating Nature at the Center for PostNatural History.” Desert of the Real: Institutionalizing Simulacra Roundtable. Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Las Vegas, NV. August 2017.

Brewster, Shelby. “‘Yesterday’s Meat Tomorrow:’ Speculative Performance in the Anthropocene.” Canadian Association for Theatre Research. Toronto, Canada. May 2017.

Brewster, Shelby. “The Future of Memory in Marjorie Prime and Futurity.” Science Fiction at the Theatre Panel. Comparative Drama Conference. Orlando, FL. April 2017.

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). http://jadtjournal.org/2017/05/15/towards-a-synthesis-of-natural-and-human-history-situating-the-municipal-and-ecclesiastic-viceregal-arches-of-1680-mexico-city-within-the-lacustrine/

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “Staging Difference & Alliance: Latinx, Indigenous & Beyond: Pitfalls and Opportunities for Building Capacity at the R1.”  American Society for Theatre Research. Atlanta, GA. November 2017.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa.  “Pedro Reyes and Spectacular Interculturalidad.”  Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Las Vegas, NV, August 2017.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “ ‘As if this river wrapped its long body. . .’: Pools of Stillness and Silence in Works by Kia Corthron and Marisela Treviño Orta.” Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Las Vegas, NV, August 2017.

2016

Barilar, Nic. "Negotiating Local and Transnational Amateur Performance in the World Premiere of O'Casey's The Drums of Father Ned." Working Group: Amateur Acts. American Society for Theatre Research. Minneapolis, MN. 3-6 November 2016.

Barilar, Nic. "Theatre of Terror: Re-thinking Foucault's Spectacle of the Scaffold in Yussef El Guindi's Back of the Throat." Comparative Drama Conference. Baltimore, MD. 31 March - 2 April 2016.

Brewster, Shelby. “Scientific Literacy and Authority in the Ensemble Studio Theatre/Alfred P. Sloan Project.” American Theatre and Drama Society Graduate Student Fellows Preconference. Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Chicago, IL. August 2016.

Hoskins, Vicki. “’A Song That Hits You So Hard’: Emotion, Affect, and Silence in Hedwig and the Angry Inch.” Song, Stage, and Screen XI. New York, NY, June 2016.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “Worlds of More than One: Pedagogies of Care and Naomi Iizuka’s Good Kids.” Theatre Topics 26:3 (November 2016): 295-306.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “Spain. . . Brought Me Back to America: Ghostings of Other Races in Paul Robeson’s Othello and José Ferrer’s Iago (1943).” Experiments in Democracy: Inter-racial and Multi-cultural Exchanges in American Theatre and Performance in the pre-Civil Rights Era. Ed. Jonathan Shandell and Cheryl Black (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2016): 213-234.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. Working Group co-convener: “Trans-racial Performance, Identity, and Belonging in the 21st Century.” American Society for Theatre Research. Minneapolis, Minnesota. November 2016.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “The Welcome Table and Institutional Theatre: Practicing Inclusion from the Classroom to the Stage.” Association for Theatre in Higher Education.  Chicago, Illinois.  August 2016.

Schebetta, Dennis. Half Full and Hipsters in Love, B.U.S. (Bricolage Urban Sprawl): 10 Years of 10-Minute Plays, Plays Inverse Press, Pittsburgh, PA, 2016.

Schebetta, Dennis. Adjudicator, Adjudicated Acting Exercises: Debut Session, Association for Theatre in Higher Education, Chicago, IL, August 2016

Schebetta, Dennis. “Know Your Audience: Communicating Your Work”, Association for Theatre in Higher Education, Chicago, IL, August 2016

Schebetta, Dennis. Poster Presentation on “Theatre Techniques to Enhance Interpersonal Communication Skills and Cultural Competence in Dentistry” to Commission on Change and Innovation in Dental Education, American Dental Education Association, New Orleans, LA, June, 2016

Schebetta, Dennis. “Beyond Repetition: Integrating Meisner Techniques into an Acting Progression”, Mid-America Theatre Conference, Minneapolis, March 2016

Schebetta, Dennis. “The Moment Before: Staging Threats of Violence”, Mid-America Theatre Conference, Minneapolis, March 2016​.

2015

Appler, Vivian. "Telescopic (mis)Information on the Seventeenth Century Stage." Mid-America Theatre Conference (MATC) Annual Meeting. Kansas City, MO. March 21, 2015.

Granshaw, Michelle. “Performing Cultural Memory:  The Traveling Hibernicon and the Transnational Irish Community in the United States and Australia.” Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film 41, no. 2 (Winter 2014): 76-101. 

Granshaw, Michelle. “'The Acting and Songs Take with the Irish People': Building the New York Catholic Church through Theatrical Benefits." Presented in the working group “‘For the Benefit of’: The Stakes of Theatrical Benefits as Social Activism.” Working Group Co-Organizer. American Society for Theatre Research, Portland, OR, November 2015.

Granshaw, Michelle. Respondent, “Supporting Roles in the Archive: Forgotten Figures.” Presented at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference (ATHE), Montreal, Canada, August 2015.

Granshaw, Michelle. “Performing the ‘Northern Athens’: Popular Entertainment in Nineteenth Century Belfast.” Presented at the Mid-America Theatre Conference (MATC), Kansas City, KS, March 2015.

Harkulich Molldrem, Christiana. “Representational Politics/Politics of Representation: Indigenous Performance as Activism in Princess White Deer's Vaudeville Act"  In the "Mobilizing Effective Scholarship and Performance Today: Advocacy and Activism in Indigenous Research and Performance in the Americas" working group. American Society for Theatre Research. Portland, OR. November 2015. (Paper)

Harkulich Molldrem, Christiana. “Buried Next to the Star: Sally Mercer and the Invisibility of the Dresser in 19th  Century theatre.” Association for Theatre in Higher Education, Montreal, CA. August 2015 (paper)

Harkulich Molldrem, Christiana. “Gothic Native Bodies: Power and Supernatural Performance in the Early Republic.” Society for Historians of the Early American Republic. Raleigh, NC. July 2015 (paper).

Harkulich Molldrem, Christiana. “’The Wonder Show!’ Cervantes and Roman Comedy”. Class Acts II: Roman Comedy and its Reception, University of Pittsburgh.  March 2015 (Invited talk and play reading)

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “The desire to see the city: Margarita Xirgu and Cipriano de Rivas y Cherif's production of Elmer Rice's Street Scene in 1930 Madrid.” Theatre Annual Vol 68 (2015): 61-78.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “Exertion, Historiography, and the Bodied Bogotá.” American Society for Theatre Research. Portland, Oregon. November 2015.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “The Syncopated Americas: Interwar Hispanophone Theatre and Theories of History.” Association for Theatre in Higher Education. Montreal, Quebec, August 2015.

Pérez IV, José. "Fight Theatre: Experiments in Site-Specific Fights and Audience-Combatants" The Fight Master, Spring Issue 2015.

Pérez IV, José. "Stage Combat: Telekinetic Powers Fighting" and "Creating Site-Specific Theatre" Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC), Chattanooga, TN. March 2015.

Syler, Claire. “Dialogic Reflections of Will Power to Youth.” Articles-in-Progress Symposium.,Mid-America Theatre Conference (MATC) Annual Meeting. Kansas City, MO. March 21, 2015.

Syler, Claire. "Performance and Community: Commentary and Case Studies ed. by Caoimhe McAvinchey (review)." Modern Drama 58.1 (2015): 142-145.

Schebetta, Dennis. “WORKING ON NEW PLAYS: A field guide for actors." SETC workshop (Chattanooga, 2015)

Wood, Peter. “Spoken Roses.” Staged Reading at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, Playwriting Symposium’s Dramatists Play Lab, Kansas City MO, March 19-21, 2015.

Wood, Peter. “Deep Time and Digital Archives: The Limits of 1s and 0s.” The Stakes of Digital Scholarship of Theatre and Performance Working Group, American Society for Theatre Research Conference, Portland OR, November 5-8, 2015.

Wright, David. “University of Pittsburgh Randall Family Big Idea Competition.” Radio. University of Pittsburgh. KQV 1410AM, April 8, 2015.

2014

Barilar, Nic. "Beckett and Censorship; or 'It must mean something or they wouldn't keep it.'" Samuel Beckett Society Panel. South-Atlantic Modern Language Association. Atlanta, GA. 7-9 November 2014.

Bisaha, David. "Visualizing Postmemory on Documentary Stages: Postmemorial Dramaturgies in Annulla: An Autobiography and I Am My Own Wife." Text and Presentation, 2013. The Comparative Drama Conference Series. Ed. Graley Herren. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers. Forthcoming.

George, Kathy. A Measure of Blood. MysteriousPress.com/Open Road, 2014.

George, Kathy. The Johnstown Girls. Pittsburgh PA: Univeristy of Pittsburgh Press, 2014.

George, Kathy. Review. Bark by Lorrie Moore. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 9 2014.

Granshaw, Michelle. “Rethinking Work in the Nineteenth Century Theatre: Moving Panoramas, Dioramas, and International Theatrical Touring.” Presented at the American Society for Theatre Research, Baltimore, MD, November 2014.

Granshaw, Michelle. “Revising Myths: Theatre, the Molly Maguires, and Labor in Nineteenth Century America.” MATC, Cleveland, OH, March 2014.

Good, Kristi. "Sebastian Barry's Ancestors Cycle: Towards Healing and Redefining Irish Identity." Presented at the American Conference for Irish Studies/Canadian Association for Irish Studies, Dublin, Ireland, June 11-13 2014.

Good, Kristi. "Marilyn Monroe: Soldier in Greasepaint." Theatre History Studies, Special Issue, Theatres of War: Nationhood, Revolution, and Identity. Forthcoming.

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.

Harkulich Molldrem, Christiana. “Sustaining life: Corn as a performing object in the Indigenous Identities of the Americas” in the “I Object! Non-human Performances and (re)Considerations of Indigenous Identities” working group. American Society for Theatre Research. Baltimore, MD. November 2014. (Paper)

Harkulich Molldrem, Christiana. “Daughters of La Malinche: Jesusa Rodriguez and the queer revisioning of the origins of Mestizaje”. Mid-America Theatre Conference, Cleveland, OH. March 2014. (Paper)

Hoskins, Vicki. "’This Cold World Will Remember Us’": Gruesome Memory in Bonnie & Clyde.” Presented at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education, Scottsdale AZ, July 2014.

Hoskins, Vicki. “Marketing Musicals: Commercializing the Avant-Garde in Spring Awakening.” Studies in Musical Theatre 7.3 (March 2014): 359-368.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “You say Africa is disappearing:” Airport Kids and the Portable Nation.” In Nationalismand Youth in Theatre and Performance. Ed. Dr. Angela Sweigart-Gallagher and Dr. Victoria Pettersen Lantz (London: Routledge, 2014): 135-149.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “Corporeal Disasters of War: Legibilities of ‘Spain’ and the Jewish Body in Helen Tamiris’s Adelante!” Theatre History Studies Vol 33 (2014): 35--55. 

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “Andar Sin Cuerpo: Radical Politics of the Un-Bodied in Juárez.”  American Society for Theatre Research, Baltimore MD November 2014.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “The “Or” of “Or Else:” Physical Exhaustion and the Manifestations of Change in University Theatre: In the Heights.”  Hemispheric Encuentro. Montreal, Canada June 2014.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. “The State of the State of Things: From Fuenteovejuna a Ciudad Juárez.” Mid-America Theatre Conference. Cleveland OH, March 2014.

O'Rourke, Deirdre. "Review of Gill Perry’s The First Actresses: From Nell Gwynn to Sarah Siddons." Theatre Survey 55.1 (January 2014): 126-128.

Syler, Claire."Performance of Hecuba." Presented at Class Acts: Exploring the Role of Classics In Modern Performance, University of Pittsburgh Interdisciplinary Conference, Pittsburgh PA, March 23 2014.

Syler, Claire. “Critical Reflections: The Art of Will Power to Youth.” Presented at the University of Pittsburgh Grad Expo, Pittsburgh PA, March 27 2014.

Villada, Diego. "'Capoeira: Black Bodies, Movement, and their Relationship to Brazilian-ness". Presented at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, Cleveland OH, March 6 2013.

Wright, David. “Thrival PNC Pitch Competition.” Radio. TechVibe Radio, September 26, 2014.

Wright, David. “Student Launches New Interactive Technology at the University of Pittsburgh Homecoming Laser and Fireworks Show.” KDKA-TV, October 24, 2014.

2013

Appler, Vivian. "After Andromeda: Object and Environment in Science Play." Presented at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Orlando FL, August 2013.

Appler Vivian. "Brecht's Galileo Affair(s): Discourses in Theory and Practice." Presented at Performance Studies International, Stanford University, Palo Alto CA, June 2013.

Appler, Vivian. "Brecht Becomes Galileo: Dialogue(s) as Memoir." Presented at the Comparative Drama Conference, Baltimore MD, April 2013.

Appler, Vivian. '(Re)Membering-Marsyas: Performance Interventions/Persian Wars' at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, St. Louis MO, May 2013.

Appler, Vivian. 'Funambules: Counter-Imagination in Les Enfants du Paradis." Presented at "Remembering, Imagining, Forgetting: Places of Imagination; Fordham University, New York NY, 2013.

Bisaha, David. "Visualizing Postmemory on Documentary Stages." Presented at the Comparative Drama Conference, Baltimore MD, April 2013.

Favorini, Attilio. Farewell Address, University of Pittsburgh, April 2013.

Favorini, Attilio. "Collective Creation in Documentary Theatre." A History of Collective Creation. Ed. Kathryn Syssoyeva. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.

George, Kathy. "Servers," in Lucky Charms: 12 Crime Tales. Edited by Mary Roberts Rinehart. Pittsburgh PA: Pittsburgh Sisters in Crime, 2013.

Good, Kristi. "Employing Cognitive Techniques in Educational Theatre." Presented at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Orlando FL, August 2 2013.

Good, Kristi. "'Flames Everywhere Unexpected'": Misunderstanding Barry's Hinterland . Presented at the American Conference for Irish Studies, Chicago IL, April 13 2013.

Granshaw, Michelle. "Creating Global Community: Virtual Witnessing, Moving Panoramas, and the Irish Diaspora in the Nineteenth Century." Presented at the American Society for Theatre Research Conference, Dallas TX, November 2013.

Harkulich, Christiana Molldrem. "Playing Men, Becoming Women: The Wellesley College Shakespeare Society." Presented at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Orlando, FL, August 2013.

Harkulich, Christiana Molldrem. "I Say Left So You Don't Look Right: Guiding Gaze in the Sensually Subversive City". Presented at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate Expo, March 2013. Presentation Award Winner.

Harkulich, Christiana Molldrem. "Destabilizing the Mythic Pocohontas; Bougham's Burlesque in its Cultural Moment." Presented at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, St. Louis MO, March 2013, and ATDS Works-In-Progress Workshop, University of Pittsburgh, March 2013.

Harkulich Molldrem, Christiana. “Eufrasia, Tronera y El Muerto” for Team Translation on the Teatro Breve working group. American Society for Theatre Research, Dallas, TX. November 2013. (Working Group, translation). 

Hoskins, Vicki. “Marketing Musicals: Commercializing the Avant-Garde in Spring Awakening.” Presented at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Orlando FL, August 2013.

Hoskins, Vicki. “Not Smashing Stereotypes: Female Representation and the Male Gaze in Smash.” Presented at the Northeast Modern Language Association Conference, Boston MA, March 2013.

Hoskins, Vicki. "'I Enjoy Being a Girl': The Asian Female in David Henry Hwang’s Flower Drum Song.” Presented at the Philadelphia Theatre Research Symposium, Philadelphia PA, February 2013.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "Disasters of War, the Jewish Body and the Ethics of 'Spain' Helen Tamiris's Adelante!" Theatre History Studies 34 (2014): Under contract.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "Transnational Refugee Aid in the Americas." Presented at the American Society for Theatre Research Conference, Dallas TX, November 2013.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "Theatre and Politics in pre-World War II Spanish Language Performance in Tampa and Ybor." Presented as part of "Teatro en la Florída: Diaspora, History, and Performance" Plenary Session; LFG sponsored. Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Orlando FL, August 2013.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "World Theatre History and the Longman Anthology of World Drama." Roundtable discussion moderated by Dr. Tom Robson and Dr. Ara Beal. THFG sponsored. Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Orlando FL, August 2013.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "Artists, Scholars, Citizens: Playing with American Theatre Historiographies in the Undergraduate Classroom." Presented at part of the ATDS sponsored panel. Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Orlando FL, August 2013.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "Odets' Lorca: The Crucible of Cuba and U.S. Intervention Across Three Continents." Presented at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, St. Louis MO, March 2013.

Nereson, Ariel. "Queens 'Campin' Onstage: Performing Queerness in Mae West's 'Gay Plays.'" Theatre Journal 64.4 (December 2012): 513-532.

Nereson, Ariel. "Embodied Archives and Revision." Presented at the ATDS Works-In-Progress Session. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA. March 29 2013.

Nereson, Ariel. "Revising a History of Subjection in Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company's Last Supper at Uncle Tom's Cabin/The Promised Land." Presented at the University of Pittsburgh Grad Expo, Pittsburgh PA, March 21 2013. Awarded "Outstanding Paper."

Nereson, Ariel. "'Achilles loved / Patroclus died': Queer Affect and the Revision of Myth in Bill T.Jones's Achilles Loved Patroclus." Presented at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, Saint Louis MO, March 8 2013

O'Rourke, Deirdre. "John Lacy's 'Sauny' Shakespeare." Presented at the Shakespearean Performance Research Group, American Association for Theatre Research Conference. Dallas TX, November 2013.

O'Rourke, Deirdre. "Performing British History Through Beheading." Presented at the Northeast Conference on British Studies. Storrs CT, October 2013.

O'Rourke, Deirdre. "The Mythology of Stuart Britain: Macbeth on the Restoration Stage." Presented at the Theatre History Symposium, Mid-America Theatre Conference, St. Louis MO, March 2013.

Peterson, Dave. "Tiririca and Stephen Colbert's Comic Bodies in the Politics of a Hemispheric America" Presented at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Orlando FL, August 2013.

Peterson, Dave. "Loss in Finnegan Kruckemeyer's Theatre for Young Audiences." Presented at the Comparative Drama Conference, Baltimore MD, April 2013.

Peterson, Dave. "Queerness, Failure, and Clown Training." Paper discussed at the American Theatre and Drama Works in Progress Event at the University of Pittsburgh PA, March 2013.

Peterson, Dave. "Antony Sher and the Image of a Clown." Presented at the Mid-American Theatre Conference. St. Louis MO, March 2013.

Claire Syler. "Personal Narratives: A Course Design for Introduction to Theatre." Theatre Topics 22.2 (2012): 173-181.

Claire Syler. Review. "Cognition in the Globe: Attention and Memory in Shakespeare's Theatre by Evelyn Tribble." Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism 27.2 (2013): 199-201.

Claire Syler. “Challenging Theatre Pedagogy through the Learning Sciences.” Presented at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, St. Louis MO, March 2013.

Wood, Peter. "The Living Theatre: Evolution of a Revolutionary Theatre." Presented at the Comparative Drama Conference, Baltimore MD, April 2013.

Wood, Peter. "Mythbusting History: The Living Theatre vs. The Sinister Government Conspiracy." Presented at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, St. Louis MO, March 2013.

Wood, Peter. "Back(lash) Into the Woods: Putting Women Back in their Place." Text & Presentation, 2012. The Comparative Drama Conference Series, 9. Ed. Graley Herren. Jefferson NC: McFarland and Company, 2013.

Wright, David. Review. "Naomi Rokotnitz. Trusting Performance: A Cognitive Approach to Embodiment in Drama." Style 47.1 (2013): 119.

Wright, David. "Consciousness-Altering Acts: Theatre from the Perspective of the Science and Philosophy of Action." Presented at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Orlando FL, August 3 2013.

Wright, David. "Technology, Phenomenology and the New Stagecraft: An Early Model for Fighting Our Own Technological Demons." Presented at the ATDS Pre-Conference at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Orlando FL, July 31 2013.

Wright, David. "That Which Passeth Show: How Contemporary Neuroscience and Philosophy of Action Helps Us Read Hamlet." Presented at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, St. Louis MO, March 9 2013.

Wright, David. "Defending the Technologized Spectator: the Structure and Potentials for Action Afforded Audiences by Performance Forms and Emerging Media." Presented at the Festival of Original Theatre, University of Toronto, Toronto CA, February 3 2013.

2012

Appler, Vivian. "Ana Mendieta's Shadows: Fire Siluetas in Cold War Americas." Presented at the Southern Humanities Conference, Louisville KY, February 2-5 2012.

Appler, Vivian. "Waggis! A Theory of Mind and Mask." Presented at the From Ancient Masks to Artificial Intelligence: Drama, Theatre, and Performance Regional Conference, Pittsburgh PA, March 30-31 2012.

Bisaha, David. "Big Props, Big Problems: Exclusion, Loss, and the Journey in Contemporary International Theatre for Teens." Presented at the Comparative Drama Conference, Baltimore MD, March 29-31 2012.

Bisaha, David. "Affordance-Enabled Blends as Tools for Design Criticism." Presented at the American Society for Theatre Research Conference, Nashville TN. November 2012.

Crane, Robert. "Mask and Soul at the Taganka Theatre." Theatre Journal 64.2 (May 2012): 275-277.

Crane, Robert. "The Moscow Repertoire: Embodying the Past on the Contemporary Stage." Presented at the University of Pittsburgh Summer Language Institute Lecture Series, Pittsburgh PA, July 6 2012.

Crane, Robert. "The Simonov Episode: Russian Plays and the American Stage, 1942-1947." Presented at the Comparative Drama Conference, Baltimore MD, March 29-31 2012.

Crane, Robert. "Actors Playing Workers and Workers Playing Actors: The Blue Blouse Movement and the Performance of Class." Presented at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, Chicago IL, March 1-4 2012.

DeSoto, Rachel. "Re-Shaping the Tragic Chorus: Aztec Myth and Performance in Cherrie Moraga's The Hungry Woman: A Mexican Medea." Presented at the From Ancient Masks to Artificial Intelligence: Drama, Theatre, and Performance Regional Conference, Pittsburgh PA, March 30-31 2012.

Favorini, Attilio. "Not A Question of Black and White: Construal of Factuality in Documentary Theatre." Presented at the American Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Washington DC, August 2012.

George, Kathleen. Simple. New York: Minotaur Books, 2012.

Goldbogen, Tamara. "Creating a Theatre for Young Audiences Study Abroad Program: Reflecting on Challenges and Successes." Presented at the Hawaii University International Conferences on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu HI, 2012.

Good, Kristi. "Marilyn Monroe: Soldier in Greasepaint." Presented at the Mid-Atlantic Popular & American Culture Association, Pittsburgh PA, November 3 2012.

Good, Kristi. "'Ask your mama': Collective Memory and Storytelling in McCraney's San Pere." Presented at the American Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Washington DC, August 3 2012.

Good, Kristi. "'Halfway through the journey': Intertextuality and Collective Memory in McCraney's Brother/Sister Plays." Presented at the American Theatre and Drama Society Conference, Seville Spain, May 28 2012.

Good, Kristi. "Dramatic Surrogation and Commemoration in Sebastian Barry's 'Ghost Plays.'" Presented at the American Conference for Irish Studies, New Orleans LA, March 16 2012.

Harkulich, Christiana Molldrem. "Undercover: New Approaches to Plays from the Spanish Golden Age through Hidden Histories of Women and Native Americans". Presented at the American Society for Theatre Research Conference, Nashville TN. November 1-4, 2012.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "Companies to Keep: Air Raid Radio Dramas and International Ethical Responsibility in America, 1936-1939." Theatre History Studies (2012). Forthcoming.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "Other Races and Other Wars: José Ferrer, Othello and the Spanish Republic." Presented at the American Society for Theatre Research, Nashville TN, November 2012.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "La Calle: Forgings of Spain in Margarita Xirgu and Rivas Cherif's 1930 Staging of Elmer Rice's Street Scene." Presented at the CMU-Pitt Consortium of Theatre and Performance Faculty Regional Conference, Pittsburgh PA, March 2012.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "The Labor of Confrontation: the 1680 Viceregal Arches of Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora and Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz." Presented at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, Chicago IL, March 2012.

McConachie, Bruce. Theatre and Mind. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

McConachie, Bruce. "The Future of a Cognitive Approach to Performance Studies." Keynote Address presented at the Theatre Research and Performance Association Conference, Kent University, September 2012.

McConachie, Bruce. "Ethics, Evolution, Ecology, and Performance," in Readings in Performance and Ecology, Wendy Arons and Theresa J. May, Eds. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012: 91-100.

McConachie, Bruce. Review. Queer Theatre and the Legacy of Cal Yeomans, by Robert Schanke" in Choice, 49 (March 2012): 239.

Molldrem, Christiana. "Undercover: New Approaches to Plays from the Spanish Golden Age through Hidden Histories of Women and Native Americans". Presented at the American Society for Theatre Research, Nashville, TN. November 1-4 2012.

Molldrem, Christiana."Dragging Mexico; Astrid Hadad's Performance Across Borders". Presented at the Grad Expo at the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA, March 22 2012.

Nereson, Ariel."Corporeal Historiography in the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company's Lincoln Trilogy." Presented at the American Society for Theatre Research, Nashville TN, November 1-4 2012.

Nereson, Ariel. "'An Impulse to Testify': Blackness and Embodied Memory in the Work of Bill T. Jones." Presented at the American Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Washington DC. August 5 2012.

Nereson, Ariel. "Audiences Divided: Empathy, Spectatorial Response, and Gay Kinship in Mae West's 'Gay Plays.'" Presented at the International Conference of American Drama and Theater, Seville Spain, May 28-30 2012.

Nereson, Ariel. "There is some grace to it, we are professionals": Labor, Performance, and Identity in The Trash Project." Presented at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, Chicago IL, March 1-4 2012.

Nereson, Ariel. "'I'll have to do splits to straighten myself out': Queer Performance Networks and Mae West's 'Gay Plays.'" Presented at the CORD Meanings and Makings of Queer Dance Conference, Ann Arbor MI, February 17-19 2012.

O'Rourke, Deirdre. "'When shall we three meet again?' Macbeth onstage in Restoration Dublin, Edinburgh, and London." Presented at the Shakespearean Performance Research Group, American Society for Theatre Research, Nashville TN, November 2012.

O'Rourke, Deirdre. "Paula Vogel: The Child of Feminism and Queer Theory." Presented at the Comparative Drama Conference, Baltimore MD, March 29-31 2012.

Peterson, Dave. "W.F. Wallet: Performing Shakespeare without Shakespeare." Paper discussed at the Shakespeare Working Group at the American Society for Theatre Research Conference. Nashville TN, November 2012.

Peterson, Dave. "Finding an Extremely Shakespearian Performance Mode through Mark Rylance's Clown Prince of Denmark." Presented at the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference. MariettaOhio, October 2012.

Peterson, Dave. "Shakespeare and The Supreme Court: Arbitrating Historical and National Truth." Presented at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Washington DC, August 2-5, 2012.

Peterson, Dave. "Clowning as Performance and Dramaturgy in Two Productions of Godot." Presented at the Comparative Drama Conference, Baltimore MD, March 29-31 2012.

Wood, Peter. "Cognitive Dissonance: The Poetics of Mac Wellman." Presented at the Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association Conference, Pittsburgh PA, November 1-3 2012.

Wood, Peter. "Back(lash) Into the Woods: Putting Women Back In Their Place." Presented at the Comparative Drama Conference, Baltimore MD, March 29-31 2012.

Wright, David. "Prospero's Magical Circle: Metatheatrical Explorations in the Alteration of Self-consciousness in Shakespeare's The Tempest." Presented at the University of Pittsburgh Grad Expo, Pittsburgh PA, March 22 2012.

2011

Chaki, Rohini. "The Behzti Affair: The Politics of Place in the Negotiation of Sikh Identity in Britain." Presented at the Reorienting Asia: South Asian Performance Across Frontiers Conference, Pittsburgh PA, May 12-14 2011.

Costello, Tommy. "Local No More: The Returned Emigrant in Irish Theatre." Presented at the American Conference for Irish Studies, Madison WI, March 30-April 2 2011.

Crane, Robert. Review. "Elena Siemens. Theatre in Passing: A Moscow Photo-Diary." <Slavic and East European Journal 55.4 (Winter 2011): 671-672.

Crane, Robert. Review. "D.J. Hopkins, Shelly Orr and Kim Solga, eds. Performance and the City." Theatre Survey 52.2 (Fall 2011): 384-386.

Crane, Robert. "From the Worker's Club to the Archive: Documenting the Economies of Early Soviet Popular Theatre." Presented at the Theatre Library Association Plenary Session, American Society for Theatre Research Conference, Montreal QC, November 17-20 2011.

Crane, Robert. "From the Editors: Imagining the Soviet Living Newspaper Movement on the Pages of Blue Blouse." Presented at the University of Pittsburgh Center for Russian and East European Studies, Pittsburgh PA, October 2011.

Crane, Robert. "Moliere in a Blue Blouse: The Satire of Vladimir Mass and NEP Era Soviet Society." Presented at the Comparative Drama Conference, Los Angeles CA, March 24-26 2011.

Crane, Robert. Review. "Ramil' Salakhutdinov's Who Wasn't There." KinoKultura 31 (January 2011).

Crane, Robert. "The Performance Historian as Cold Case Detective: Reopening Nikolai L'vov's Investigation of the Blue Blouse Movement." Performing Arts Resources 28: A Tyranny of Documents: The Performance Historian as Film Noir Detective. Ed. Stephen Johnson. New York: Theatre Library Association, 2011.

George, Kathleen. Pittsburgh Noir, Editor. New York: Akashic Books, 2011.

George, Kathleen. Hideout. New York: Minotaur Books, 2011.

Goldbogen, Tamara. "Re-Imagining A Brand." TYA Today 25.2 (2011).

Goldbogen, Tamara. "Entering an Experiential World: Practical Techniques of Audience Engagement in Theatre for Young Audiences." Presented at the Forum of International Theatre for Young Audiences Research Network, Malmo, Sweden, 2011.

Good, Kristi. "Fact, Cruelty, and Memory: Representations of Bloody Sunday." Presented at the American Conference for Irish Studies, Madison WI, April 2 2011.

Good, Kristi. "Hybrid Products of Conquest: Origins of a Mexican Performance Identity." Presented at the Middle Atlantic Conference for Latin America Studies, Pittsburgh PA, March 18 2011.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "Ybor City Diasporas, the Spanish Civil War and the Federal Theatre Project's Production of 'Eso no puede ocurrir aqui' (It Can't Happen Here)." New England Theatre Journal Vol 22 (2011).

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "Companies to Keep: Air Raid Dramas and International Ethical Responsibility in America, 1936-1939." Presented at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, Minneapolis MN, March 2011. Recipient of 2011 Robert A. Schanke Research Award.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. Working Group: "Performance and the Economy of Global Topographies: Ascription, Value and the Body." Presented at the American Society for Theatre Research, Montreal QC, November 2011. Co-convener with Neil Doshi.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "Disasters of War: Anti-fascist Obligations at Home and Abroad in Helen Tamiris' Adelante!" Presented at the American Society for Theatre Research, Montreal, Canada, November 2011.

McConachie, Bruce. "Theatre and Film in Evolutionary Perspective," Theatre Symposium 19 (2011): 129-47.

McConachie, Bruce. "An Evolutionary Perspective on Play, Performance, and Ritual," TDR: The Journal of Performance Studies 55:4 (Winter 2011): 33-50.

McConachie, Bruce. "Moving Spectators Toward Progressive Politics by Combining Brechtian Theory with Cognitive Science," in Playing with Theory in Theatre Practice. Ed. by Altruz, Listengarten, and Wood. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011: 148-60.

McConachie, Bruce. "All the World is Not a Stage." Presented at the Performance Studies International Conference, Utrecht Netherlands, June 2011.

McConachie, Bruce. "Practicing Theatre History with Cognitive Studies." Presented at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Chicago IL, August 2011.

McConachie, Bruce. "Blending with Angels," Presented at the Association for the Study of the Arts in the Present, Pittsburg PA, October 2011.

McConachie, Bruce. "Acceptance Speech for ASTR Distinguished Scholar Award." Presented at the American Society for Theatre Research, Montreal QC, November 2011.

Molldrem, Christiana. "Policy and Pocahontas; 'Indian' Plays, Popular Culture and Public Policy from 1808 to 1830. Presented at the Draper Conference, Storrs CT, March 24-26 2011.

Molldrem, Christiana. "Performing Criollo for Empire: Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz's The Divine Narcissus." Presented at The Graduate Symposium, Purdue University IN, March 5 2011.

Nereson, Ariel. "Embodying the Undiscussable: Documentary Methodology in Bill T. Jones's Still/Here and the Culture Wars." Studies in Musical Theatre 5.3: 297-304.

Nereson, Ariel. "Laboring Toward the Real: Onstage Labor and Documentary Impulse in Jerome Bel's Veronique Doisneau." Presented at the American Society for Theatre Research, Montreal QC, November 18 2011.

Nereson, Ariel. "Staging 'Poetic Facts': Documenting Experience Through Embodiment in Still/Here." Presented at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, Chicago IL, August 13 2011.

O'Rourke, Deirdre. "'Reduce, reuse, recycle:' Adaptation as an Economic Approach to Shakespeare in the Restoration." Presented at the Shakespearean Performance Research Group, American Society for Theatre Research, Montreal CAN, November 17-20 2011.

Peterson, Dave. "Priscilla Horton and King Lear: The Reemergence and Gendering of the Fool." Presented at the Shakespeare Working Group, American Society for Theatre Research Conference. Montreal QC, November 17-20 2011.

Peterson, Dave. "Performing Shakespeare's Clowns: Reevaluating Realism." Presented at the Popular Culture Association of Canada, Niagara Falls, May 12-14th 2011.

Wood, Peter. "Apocalyptic Bodies: Butoh and Zombie Performance." Presented at the Comparative Drama Conference, Los Angeles CA, March 24-26 2011.

2010

Appler, Vivian. "Mercury Madness: Learning about Mercury as a Global Pollutant through Mask." Presented at the 2010 International Mercury Expo. College of William and Mary, 2010.

Bisaha, David. "Conceiving a 'Public' Space: A Spatialized History of the Pittsburgh Public Theatre." Presented at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, Cleveland OH, March 4-7 2010.

Chaki, Rohini. "Revisiting Rama's Birthplace: A Cognitive Inquiry into the Nature of Religious Violence." Presented at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education's 24th Annual Conference, Los Angeles CA, August 2010.

Chaki, Rohini. "Dakghar in Europe's Darkest Hour: Tagore, The Post Office and the Orphans of Warsaw." Presented at the Tenth Annual Conference of the Association for Asian Performance, Los Angeles CA, 2010.

Costello, Tommy. "Landscape Displaced: O'Neill's Desire Under the Elms and its Irish Underpinnings." Presented at the American Society for Theatre Research, Seattle WA, November 2010.

Costello, Tommy. "Showing Through Telling: Mark O'Rowe's Howie the Rookie and Dublin's Dark Diegetic Narrative." Presented at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education: Los Angeles CA, August 2010.

Costello, Tommy. "Sundays at the Abbey: Engaging with Bloody Sunday and the Troubles at the Abbey Theatre." Presented at the American Conference for Irish Studies, State College PA, May 2010.

Crane, Robert. "Between Factography and Ethnography: Sergei Tretiakov's Roar, China!." Text and Presentation 2010. Ed. Kiki Gounaridou. Jefferson NC: McFarland, 2011: 41-53.

Crane, Robert. "Tim Harte. Fast Forward." Slavic and East European Journal 54.4 (Winter 2010): 715-717. (Book review)

Crane, Robert. "Imaginative Geographies of Russian and Soviet Empire." Presented at the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies Convention, Los Angeles CA, November 2010.

Crane, Robert. "The Ghost of Tarelkin: Sukhovo-Kobylin and Meyerhold's Haunted Stage." Presented at the Mid-Western Slavic Conference, Columbus OH, March 2010.

Crane, Robert. "Between Factography and Ethnography: Sergei Tretiakov's Roar, China!." Presented at the Comparative Drama Conference, Los Angeles CA, March 2010.

Crane, Robert. "Rano Kubaeva's figa.ro." KinoKultura 27 (Jan. 2010). (Film review)

Good, Kristi. "As You Like 'It': A Cognitive Approach to Audience Perception of the Androgynous Elizabethan Boy Actor." Presented at the Association of Theatre in Higher Education, Los Angeles CA, August 15 2010.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "Between the Language and Silence of War: Martha Gellhorn, Dorothy Bridges and Hemingway's The Fifth Column." Modern Drama 53:1 (Spring 2010): 57-75.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "The Cuban Diaspora, International Political Power and the Federal Theatre Project's Ybor City Production of "Eso no puede ocurrir aquí." Presented at the American Society for Theatre Research Conference, Seattle WA, November 2010.

Jackson-Schebetta, Lisa. "Bodies for the Republic(s): Soldiers, Public Performance and the Nation." Presented at the Mid-America Theatre Conference, Cleveland OH, March 2010.

Peterson, Dave. "The Memories and Histories of Sondheim's Assassins and Follies." Presented at the Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association, Alexandria VA, October 28-30 2010.

Peterson, Dave. "Shakespeare's Globe: Collisions of Past and Present in Contemporary Globe Performance." Presented at the Architecture Working Group at International Federation for Theatre Research, Munich, Germany, July 25-28 2010.

Peterson, Dave. "Reconstructing Performance Authority at Shakespeare's Globe." Presented at The CUNY Graduate Center's 2010 Graduate Student Conference (Re)Making (Re)presentation, New York NY, May 3 2010.

Peterson, Dave. "'Mewling and Puking' or 'Good in Everything': The Power of Language to Represent and Form Reality in As You Like It." Presented at School of Arts and Science Grad Expo, University of Pittsburgh, March 2010.