Acting: Psychophysical Phenomenon and Process (2013)<br /><a href=''>Jerri Daboo</a>, <a href=''>Rebecca Loukes</a> and <a href=''>Phillip Zarrilli</a> Howard Barker's Art of Theatre (2013)<br />Edited by David Ian Rabey and <a href=''>Sarah Goldingay</a> The 80s: Modern British Playwriting (2012)<br /><a href=''>Jane Milling</a> The Master Plan (2012)<br /><a href=''>Stephen Hodge</a> John Ruskin and the Victorian Theatre (2010)<br /><a href=''>Katherine Newey</a> and Jeffrey Richards Ritual, Rapture and Remorse: A Study of Tarantism and Pizzica in Salento (2010)<br /><a href=''>Jerri Daboo</a> The Basset Table (2009)<br />Edited by <a href=''>Jane Milling</a> Ruskin, the Theatre, and Victorian Visual Culture (2009)<br />Anselm Heinrich, <a href=''>Katherine Newey</a> and Jeffrey Richards (eds) Psychophysical Acting: an Intercultural Approach After Stanislavski (2008)<br /><a href=''>Phillip Zarrilli</a> Theatre Histories: An Introduction (2008)<br /><a href=''>Phillip B. Zarrilli</a>, Bruce McConachie, Gary Jay Williams, and Carol Fischer Sorgenfrei.


  • Jerri Daboo, Rebecca Loukes and Phillip Zarrilli. Acting: Psychophysical Phenomenon and Process, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
    An intercultural and interdisciplinary study of notions of the psychophysical in performance.
  • Stephen Hodge and Cathy Turner. 'A Stratigraphy of Place: Everything you need to build a town is here' in Graves-Brown, Paul; Harrison, Rodney and Piccini, Angela (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Contemporary World. Oxford: OUP, 2013.
    Co-authored with Simon Persighetti (University College Falmouth), Phil Smith (University of Plymouth).
    This palimpsestic chapter explores the mechanisms and implications of stratigraphy at play in Wrights & Sites' public art-work, 'Everything you need to build a town is here'.
  • Sarah Goldingay with David Ian Rabey (eds.), Howard Barker's Art of Theatre: Essays on his Plays, Poetry, Paintings and Productions, Manchester University Press, 2013.


  • Adrian Curtin. 'The art music of theatre: Howard Barker as sound designer', Studies in Theatre and Performance 32 (3), November 2012.
  • Sarah Goldingay. 'Howard Barker: plethora and bare sufficiency' a special edition of Studies in Theatre and Performance, forthcoming, Winter 2012. Co-edited special edition with Mick Mangan and single-authored article on exploring the plethoric.
  • Sarah Goldingay. 'Howard Barker' in Milling, Jane (ed.) The Decade of Modern British Playwrighting: voices, documents, new interpretations, Bloomsbury, 2012.
  • Stephen Hodge. The Master Plan. London: Book Works, 2012.
    Specialist arts publication exploring master-plans and regeneration in the context of post WW2 Weston-super-Mare and beyond. Edited by Claire Doherty (Situations) and Theresa Bergne (Field Art Projects). Designed by Stefan Kraus (Polimekanos). Funded by the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE).
  • Natasha Lushetich. 'Three Meditations on Relationality and Hegemony', Total Art Journal, No.3, September 2012.
    This essay articulates the co-constitutive relationship between relationality and hegemony in three performative projects by subRosa: The VirusDemediocratic and Intersecting Perspectives.
  • Cathy Turner with Dee Heddon, 'Walking women: shifting the tales and scales of mobility', Contemporary Theatre Review, 22.2, 2012, pp. 224-226.
    This article is the result of a BA funded project, Walking Women, for which Heddon (University of Glasgow) was Principle Investigator, Turner Co-Investigator.


  • Phillip Zarrilli. 'Psychophysical Approaches and Practices in India: Embodying Processes and States of 'Being-Doing': the traditions and practice of psychophysical performance in Kerala, India', New Theatre Quarterly 27 (3): pp. 244-271, 2011.
  • Phillip Zarrilli. 'The Broadest Spectrum of Pluralities: Performance Studies, Theatre Practices, Theatre Histories, and Beyond' in The Rise of Performance Studies, pp. 177-190. Palgrave Macmillan, London 2011.


  • Jerri Daboo. 'The Altering I/Eye: Consciousness, 'Self' and the New Paradigm in Acting', in Meyer-Dinkgrafe D, Brask P (eds.) Performing Consciousness, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2010, pp. 143-161.
    An interdisciplinary and intercultural investigation of notions of the 'Self' in acting through a combination of approaches from the 'new sciences' (cognitive science, neurophysiology, evolutionary biology and quantum physics) and Buddhism.
  • Stephen Hodge and Cathy Turner. 'A Manifesto for a New Walking Culture: dealing with the city', in Whybrow N (ed) Performance and the Contemporary City: An Interdisciplinary Reader, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, pp. 69-86.
    Reprinted version, with amended introduction, of article from Performance Research, vol. 11, no. 2, 2006, pp. 115-122.  Co-authored with Simon Persighetti (University College Falmouth) and Phil Smith (University of Plymouth).
  • Rebecca Loukes. 'Elaine Summers and Kinetic Awareness: Part One and Part Two', Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices, vol. 2, no. 1, 2010, pp. 75-102.
  • Rebecca Loukes. 'Gertrud Falke-Heller: experiences of work with the Gindler Method in the Jooss-Leeder School of Dance, Dartington Hall, May 1937-June 1940', Theatre Dance and Performance Training, vol. 1, no. 1, 2010, pp. 101-115.
  • Cathy Turner with Behrndt, Synne (eds.), special issue of Contemporary Theatre Review on 'New Dramaturgies', 20.2, 2010.
  • Cathy Turner with Dee Heddon, 'Walking Women: Interviews with Artists on the Move', Performance Research, 'Fieldworks', 15.4, 2010, pp. 14-22.
    This article is the result of a BA funded project, Walking Women, for which Heddon (University of Glasgow) was Principle Investigator, Turner Co-Investigator.


  • Jerri Daboo. 'To learn through the body: teaching Asian forms of training and performance in higher education', Studies in Theatre and Performance, vol. 29, no. 2, 2009, pp. 121-131.
    (Journal article) In addition to writing the lead article, Daboo co-edited this special edition of STP (with Ashley Thorpe, University of Reading) arising from a Palatine conference examining the teaching of Asian theatre practices in higher education.


  • Phillip Zarrilli. 'Embodying, imagining, and performing displacement and trauma in central Europe today', New Theatre Quarterly, 24 (93): pp. 24-40, Feb 2008.
  • Phillip Zarrilli. Psychophysical Acting: an intercultural approach after Stanislavski, London: Routledge, London 2008, with DVD-ROM by Peter Hulton.
    Awarded the 2010 ATHE Outstanding Book of the Year Award by ATHE, Los Angeles.