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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    20172017 President’s Lecture – A willing suspension of disbelief: context, healing and the stories of acute medicine  Goldingay, SJ
    1 May 2017The Absurdity of Denial: Staging the 'American Way of Death'  Curtin, A
    15 February 2019The always-not-yet / always-already of voice perception: training towards vocal presence  Thomaidis, K
    22 June 2014'And the pain just disappeared into insignificance': The healing response in Lourdes - performance, psychology and caring.  Goldingay, Sarah; Dieppe, P; Farias, M
    11 October 2017Answer the Question ‘How does nature nurture your training?’  Morgan, I; O'Malley, E; Clarke, C; et al.
    2002Apocalipse 1,11 in São Paulo: Aesthetic Vertigo or Exploitation?  Stanton, William
    2000Aristotle's Poetics, Bharatamuni's Natyasastra, and Zeami's Treatises: Theory as Discourse  Ley, Graham
    8 April 2017The Arts Britain still Ignores?  Daboo, J
    15 December 2016Aspetti metodologici in uno studio etnografico sul semah degli Aleviti  De Rosa, S
    6 November 2017Aspirational circus glamour: rethinking the circus grotesque through female aerialists of the interwar period  Holmes, Kate
    7 May 2014Authenticity and Representation: Council Estate Plays at the Royal Court  Bell, C; Beswick, K
    1 August 2006Bending gender and acting theory: Performing essays by Goethe and Cocteau on the theatrical benefits of cross-dressing  Roesner, David
    12 December 2019Between preservation and renewal: reconsidering technology in contemporary Pansori training  Thomaidis, K
    7 December 2018Biyi Bandele’s Theatre of the Afropolitan Absurd  Pearce, M
    1 January 2014Bola Agbaje’s Off the Endz. Authentic Voices, Representing the Council Estate: Politics, Authorship and the Ethics of Representation  Beswick, K
    24 April 2019Book review: Miriam Felton-Dansky. Viral Performance: Contagious Theaters from Modernism to the Digital Age  Curtin, A
    20 December 2019Book review: Performing Endurance: Art and Politics since 1960 by Lara ShalsonCambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018, xiii + 206 pp, ISBN 9781108426459 (hardback)  Roms, H
    1 February 2004British Radio Dramaturgy and the Effects of the New Conservatism  Stanton, William
    1 January 2016Can it be you that I hear?  Macpherson, B; Thomaidis, K
    1 March 2020Capitalist realism: Glimmers, working-class authenticity and Andrea Dunbar in the twenty-first century  Beswick, K