Celebrity, Performance, Reception: British Georgian Theatre as Social Assemblage by David Worrall
Dr Susan Valladares: List of publications
Empire, Revolution and Patriotism in Morton’s Columbus: Or, A World Discovered
The BARS Review
Staging the Peninsular War
JULIA SWINDELLS and DAVID FRANCIS TAYLOR (eds). The Oxford Handbook of The Georgian Theatre 1737-1832.
Shakespeare in the Eighteenth Century, edited by Peter Sabor and Fiona Ritchie
Theatres of Opposition: Empire, Revolution & Richard Brinsley Sheridan, by David Francis Taylor [Book review]
Teaching Guide for: Anne Lister and the Ladies of Llangollen
“For the sake of illustrating principles”: Wordsworth, the Convention of Cintra, and Satirical Prints
An Introduction to the ‘literary person[s]’ of Anne Lister and the Ladies of Llangollen
‘Walter Scott’s Vision of Don Roderick (1811): “A Drum and Trumpet Performance”?’
Women’s Romantic Theatre and Drama: History, Agency, and Performativity [Book review]
Spanish America and British Romanticism 1777-1826, by R. Cole Heinowitz
‘“He that can bring the dead to life again”: Resurrecting the Spanish setting of Coleridge’s Osorio (1797) and Remorse (1813)’.
Romantic Englishwomen and “the Theatre of Glory”: The Role of the Peninsular War in Forging British National Identity