Glamorous Freakishness: Leigh Bowery, Performative Costuming and Visual Culture
Innovative, Experimental and Radical: Producing Cultural Value in a Shakespearean Theatre Industry
Self-wounding in performance art
Many Scars: Queer Feminist Autobiographical Performance about Multiple Sclerosis
Being caught up in the art and life of Emanuele Balzani: Epistemological shifts in representing errant artistic practices and the making of textual recognition.
Public Property: Cultural Identity, (in)visibility, and the Black Performing Body.
This Is What A Feminist Sounds Like: Foley and the Framing of Sonic Mimesis in Contemporary Performance
The Cultural and Spatial Politics of Reconstructed Early Modern Theatres
Queer fun, family and futures in Duckie's performance projects 2010-2016
Border Conflicts. Practice based PhD. An investigation through performance of the conflicts involved when individuals seek to change their ‘Life Role’ and use drama to explore their present role and a potential new one.
If You Build It, They Will Come: Capitalism, Cults, and Contemporary Art (working title)
Theatre in the Time of Capital