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Mirodan, Vladimir (2015) Acting the metaphor: the Laban–Malmgren system of movement psychology and character analysis. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 6 (1). pp. 30-45. ISSN 1944-3927 (Print), 1944-3919 (Online)
Mackey, Sally and Cole, Sarah (2013) Cuckoos in the Nest: performing place, artists and excess. Applied Theatre Research, 1 (1). pp. 43-61. ISSN 20493010
Komporaly, Jozefina (2014) “Don’t you dare to vote with the Communists!”: Timeliness, Nostalgia and the Authenticity of Experience in I’m a Communist Biddy! Adaptation, 7 (2). ISSN 1755-0637
Komporaly, Jozefina (2015) Interferences International Theatre Festival, Cluj, Romania, 26 November-7 December 2014. Theatre Journal, 67 (3). pp. 550-554. ISSN 0192-2882
Komporaly, Jozefina (2014) Narratives of Belonging in Multilingual Performance: The Case Study of 20/20. Linguistica Antverpiensia, 13. pp. 30-44. ISSN 2295-5739
Collins, Jane (2013) A Scenography Workshop on Campus in Hyderabad: Romeo, Juliet and the Security Guard. Studies in Theatre and Performance, 33 (3). pp. 383-396. ISSN 1468-2761
Collins, Jane (2007) Umuntu, ngumuntu, ngabantu: the story of the African choir. Studies in Theatre and Performance, 27 (2). pp. 95-114. ISSN 14682761
Willson, Jacki (2008) The Happy Stripper: Pleasures and Politics of the New Burlesque. I.B.Tauris, London and New York. ISBN 978-1-84511-318-6
Visniec, Matéi and Komporaly, Jozefina (2015) How to Explain the History of Communism to Mental Patients and Other Plays. In Performance . Seagull Books, London, New York, Calcutta. ISBN 9780857422200
Collins, Jane and Nisbet, Andrew (2010) Theatre and performance design: a reader in scenography. Routledge Taylor Francis Group, Oxford, U.K.. ISBN 9780415432092, 9780415432108
Komporaly, Jozefina (2015) Staging History: Memory and Representation in the Theatre of Matéi Visniec and András Visky. In: Literatura, Teatrul si Filmul, in onoarea dramaturgului Matei Visniec. Ovidius University Press, Constanta, Romania. ISBN 978-973-614-855-2
Granville, Andrew and Granville, Jennifer and Spencer, Michael (2015) Writing and performing mathematics as metaphor. In: Art in the Life of Mathematicians. American Mathematical Society, USA. ISBN ISBN-10: 1470419564 ISBN-13: 978-1470419561
Sidey, Tessa (2010) Creative image maker: Edward Gordon Craig’s achievements in the visual arts. In: Edward Gordon Craig: His Legacy, 25/09/2010, Sackler Centre, V & A museum, London. (Unpublished)
Collins, Jane (2010) Embodied presence and dislocated spaces: ten thousand several doors a site specific re-staging of John Webster's the Duchess of Malfi. In: World Congress: Cultures of Modernity, 25-31 July 2010, Munich, Germany. (Unpublished)
Collins, Jane (2011) Looking: the experience of seeing, a scenographic perspective. In: Indian Society of Theatre Research (ISTR): Theatre Research Conference, January 2011, Hyderabad , India. (Unpublished)
Leister, Wiebke (2016) Echoes and Transformations (performed publication). [Performance]
Melvin, Jo (2009) An Impossible Journey: the art and theatre of Tadeusz Kantor. [Show/Exhibition]
Collins, Jane and Pavelka, Michael (2007) Stages calling: Photographs from the Market Theatre by Ruphin Coudyzer. [Show/Exhibition]
Simões, Nenita Gouveia (2007) Rehearsing Reality: An Interactive Docufragmentary Exploration of the Theatre of the Oppressed's Engagement with the Brazilian Landless Movement (MST). PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.
Hosea, Birgitta (2012) Substitutive bodies and constructed actors: a practice-based investigation of animation as performance. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.
Gravestock, Hannah (2011) Drawing and re-drawing: working with the physicality of the performing body in costume design. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London, University of Surrey.
Dunne, Joseph (2015) Regenerating the Live: The Archive as the Genesis of a Performance Practice. PhD thesis, University of Lincoln.
Armstrong, Esther M (2010) A scenographic analysis of emergent British 'national' identity, on the stages of the National Theatre between 1995-2005. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.