Dr Sarah Goldingay

Publications

Books

with Rabey DI, Barker H, Mangan M, Howard Barker's Art of Theatre, MUP, 2013.

Howard Barker's Art of Theatre, co-edited with David Ian Rabey. It includes a single authored chapter '21 for 21: a breakthrough moment in international theatre-making?', Manchester University Press

Articles

with Rahtz E, dieppe P, bonnell S, warber S, Sudden transformational changes in health status: a qualitative exploration of healing moments, EXPLORE: The Journal of Science & Healing, 2016

with Dieppe P, Mangan M, Marsden D, (Re)acting medicine: applying theatre in order to develop a whole-systems approach to understanding the healing response, RIDE-THE JOURNAL OF APPLIED THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE, vol. 19, no. 3, 2014, 272-279

Religion, theatre, and performance: acts of faith, Studies in Theatre and Performance, vol. 34, no. 1, 2014, 101-103

Contra mortem, petimus scientiam: Pain, tragedy, death and medicine in BLOK/EKO, Studies in Theatre and Performance, vol. 32, no. 3, 2012, 347-358

with Schaefer K, Thomson P, Moran J, Daboo J, Reviews, Studies in Theatre and Performance, vol. 30, no. 3, 2010, 361-371

Plagiarising theory: performance and religion, Studies in Theatre and Performance, vol. 29, no. 1, Intellect Books, 2009, 5-14

Watching the dead speak: the role of the audience, imagination, and belief in late-modern spiritualism, Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis (a special edition of the journal on postmodern spirituality), 19-43., vol. 20, Donner Institute, 2009, 19-43

Chapters

with dieppe PA, Marsden D, Placebos, caring and healing in Rheumatology, in Rheumatology, , 2014, 390-394

Challenging plural histories: returning to Howard Barker's 'Victory: Choices in Reaction', 'The Castle' and 'The Last Supper'., in Milling J (eds) The Decade of Modern British Playwrighting: voices, documents, new interpretations, Methuen, 2012

To perform possession and to be possessed in performance: the actor, the medium and an other., in Schmidt B (eds) New Interpretations of Spirit Possession, London: Continuum, 2010, 205-222

Reviews

with Dieppe P, Greville-Harris M, The power and value of placebo and nocebo in painful osteoarthritis., Osteoarthritis Cartilage, vol. 24, no. 11, 2016, 1850-1857

Review for Studies in Theatre and Performance of David Ian Rabey's 'Howard Barker's Ecstasy and Death', Studies in Theatre and Performance, vol. 30, no. 3, 367-369

Performances

A Present for Anna

The Story of Silence, BBC Radio Wales

21 for 21 Festival: celebrating the 21st birthhday of Howard Barker and the Wrestling School on 4 continents, in 7 languages, on 1 day.

Phantasmaglossia, Theatre Y Weryn, Aberystwyth

Post show discussion, Royal Shakespeare Company, Newcastle

Case reportss

with Dieppe P, Farias M, 'And the pain just disappeared into insignificance': The healing response in Lourdes - Performance, psychology and caring., Int Rev Psychiatry, vol. 26, no. 3, 2014, 315-323

Conferences

2017 President's Lecture - A willing suspension of disbelief: context, healing and the stories of acute medicine, 4 th Annual General Meeting and Conference of The Royal College of Chiropractors, Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists 27 Sussex Place, Regent’s Park, London NW1 4RG, 1st - 1st Feb 2017

Performing Pilgrimage, Reinventing Sacred Space in a Multicultural Europe, Centre for Research on Nationalism, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism (CRONEM), University of Surrey, UK

Performance, Presence and Prayer, UK Further Education Chaplains' annual conference, University of York, UK

21 for 21: persistence, optimism and hope., The Theatre of Howard Barker, University of Aberystwyth, UK

The Performance of Pilgrimage: Supererogation and playing the role of the better-self in a processional, utopian landscape, Living Landscapes, University of Aberystwyth, UK

Post-graduate mentoring: a student constructed model, Education Development Conference’, University of Exeter, UK

Late-modern Omnipresence: religion reconstructed and consumed., Performing Presence, University of Exeter, UK

Anamnesis and pleasurable pastimes (2): the performance of belief in the parish., Belief and Identity in Late Modernity: Transcending Disciplinary Boundaries -- AHRC Network study day, University of Sussex, Brighton. UK

Plagiarising theory: performance and religion. Pre-sessional conference, Presessional Conference, University of Exeter, UK

Anamnesis and pleasurable pastimes (1): remembering to forget., British Association for the Study of Religion conference, York, UK

Watching the dead speak: the role of the audience, imagination, and belief in late-modern spiritualism., Postmodern Spirituality, Donner Institute, Turku, Finland. Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis, vol. vol 20, 2008, 19-43

To perform possession and to be possessed in performance: the actor, the medium and an 'other', New Interpretations of Spirit Possession, Bangor, May 2008

The terror of having someone else's words forced in my mouth: Finding an Ethical way to speak for Asylum Seekers in Verbatim Theatre., Performance and Asylum: Ethics, Embodiment, Community, Royal Holloway, UK

Editorial comments

'Introduction' in co-edited journal special edition, 'STP Howard Barker: plethora and bare sufficiency',with Mick Mangan., Studies in Theatre and Performance, no. 3, Intellect

Thesis / dissertations

How is contemporary English spiritual identity constructed and reconstructed by performance?, 2010