Professor Kirsten E Shepherd-Barr: List of publications

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Conference Organizer

Conference Organizer

Conference Paper

Gould as Darwin: Speculations on a Lost Play

Guest Speaker

Ibsen in France from Breakthrough to Renewal

Separate Pools of Light: Gender, Biography, and Science on Stage

Staging Modernism

Unspeakable Acts: Silence, Death and the Female Body in Plays od Robius and Glaspell

Women and Modernism

A Global Doll's House: Ibsen and Distant Visions. [review]

Against interpretation?: Hedda and the performing self

Late Victorian into Modern

Modern Drama: A Very Short Introduction

'Unmediated' Science Plays: Seeing What Sticks

The Diagnostic Gaze: Nineteenth-Century Contexts for Performance and Medicine

What Was the New Drama?

Theatre and Evolution from Ibsen to Beckett

'I'm Evolving!': Varieties of Evolution on the Victorian Stage

Guest editorial

‘It Was Ugly’: Maternal Instinct on Stage at the Fin de Siècle

Faustus and the Modern Scientist on Stage

Staging Modernism: A New Drama

Des 'Lien significatifs': Luca Ronconi et les scientifiques ['Meaningful Joinings': Luca Ronconi and the Scientists]

Darwin on Stage: Evolutionary Theory in the Theatre

The Development of Norway’s National Theatres

Wilde About Ibsen: The Fusion of Dramatic Modes in A Woman of No Importance

Science and Theatre in Open Dialogue: Biblioetica, Le Cas de Sophie K., and the Postdramatic Science Play

Ibsen's Globalism

Science on Stage From Doctor Faustus to Copenhagen

From Copenhagen to Infinity and Beyond: Science Meets Literature on Stage

Hilbert's Hotel, Other Paradoxes, Come to Life in New ‘Math Play'

Acting out the search for infinity

Reconsidering Joyce's Exiles in its Theatrical Context

Copenhagen and Beyond: The ‘Rich and Mentally Nourishing' Interplay of Science and Theatre

Science as Theater

Ibsen, Munch, and the Relationship between Modernist Theatre and Art

‘Mise en Scent’: The Théâtre d'Art's Cantique des cantiques and the Use of Smell as a Theatrical Device

Madeleines and Neuromodernism: Reassessing Mechanisms of Autobiographical Memory in Proust

Ibsen and Early Modernist Theatre, 1890-1900

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