Publications

My peer-reviewed and scholarly publications include:

– ‘Polio monologues: translating ethnographic text into verbatim theatre.’ Shah, Sonali, and Stephen Greer.  Qualitative Research, 2017.

– ‘What Money Can’t Buy: The Economies of Adrian Howells’, in It’s All Allowed: The Performance Works of Adrian Howells, eds. Dee Heddon and Dominic Johnson, London: Intellect Live, 2016.

– ‘King of the ring, and Queen of it too’: The Exotic Masculinity of Adrian Street’, in Performance and Pro Wrestling, eds. Broderick Chow, Eero Laine and Claire Warden, London and New York: Routledge, 2016.

– ‘Performing Hybrid Wales’ in Queer Wales, ed. Huw Osborne, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2016.

– ‘After Documentary Theatre: Exceptionality in National Theatre Wales’ The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning‘, in Queer Dramaturgies: International Perspectives on Where Performance Leads Queer, eds. Alysson Campbell and Stephen Farrier, Palgrave 2015.

– ‘Queer Exceptions’ in Theatre Research International. Volume 40, Issue 1, 2015.

– ‘Queer (Mis)recognition in the BBC’s Sherlock’, in Adaptation8 (1): 50-67, 2015.

– ‘”Even if we do not take things seriously… we are still doing them”: Disidentification, ideology, and queer performance’ in Žižek and Performance, eds. Broderick Chow and Alex Mangold, Palgrave 2014.

– ‘Playing queer: Affordances for sexuality in Fable and Dragon Age’, in Journal of Gaming and Virtual Worlds, 5 (1), 2013.

– ‘Temporary Legitimacy: Queer Possibilities in Digital Performance’ in Performance, Identity and the Neo-Political Subject, eds. Fintan Walsh and Matthew Causey, Routledge 2013.

Contemporary British Queer Performance, Palgrave 2012.

– ‘Staging legitimacy: theorising identity claims in anti-homophobia Theatre-in-Education’, in Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 16 (1), 2011.

– ‘Collaborative performance and asynchronous action: World Without Oil’s fragmented forum’, in International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 7 (1), 2011.