Classical Texts, Tragic Receptions: Rewriting Greek Tragedy (1970-2005), Oxford University Press (forthcoming 2013)
Epidaurus Encounters: Greek Drama, Ancient Theatre and Modern Performance. Berlin: Parodos Verlag (2011) [co-edited with Conor Hanratty]
Contributions to Edited Volumes / Academic Journals
'Greek chorus and the Vaterland: The ideology of choral performance in inter-war Germany', in Fiona Macintosh, Felix Budelmann, Josh Billings (eds) Choruses: Ancient and Modern. Oxford: Oxford University Press (in press 2012).
'Crisis, rupture and the rapture of an imperceptible aesthetics', in Savvas Patsalidis and Anna Stavrakopoulou (eds). In Gramma 24, special issue on The Geographies of Contemporary Greek Theatre: About Utopias, Dystopias and Heterotopias, University of Thessaloniki (forthcoming 2013).
'Toward a national heterotopia: Ancient theaters and the cultural politics of performance in modern Greece'. Comparative Drama, special issue on the Translation, Performance and Reception of Greek Drama 1900-1950: International Dialogues, 2011, 385-403.
‘Translation as performance reception: The death of the author and the performance text’, in Edith Hall and Stephe Harrop (eds), Theorising Performance: Greek Tragedy, Cultural History and Critical Practice. London: Duckworth 2010, 208-18.
'Monumental texts in ruins: Greek tragedy in Greece and Michael Marmarinos’s postmodern stagings’, in Conor Hanratty and Eleftheria Ioannidou (eds), Epidaurus Encounters: Greek Drama, Ancient Theatre and Modern Performance. Berlin: Parodos Verlag, 121-38.
'Tragedy, metatheatre and the question of representation', in Pavlina Šípová and Alena Sarkissian (eds), Staging Classical Drama around 2000. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press.
Wyles, Rosie, Costume in Greek Tragedy (Basingtoke: Palgrave 2011). Reviewed for Theatre Research International.
Double review: Wilmer, Stephen and Audronė Žukauskaitė (eds), Interrogating Antigone in Postmodern Philosophy and Criticism (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011) and Mee, Erin B. and Helene P. Foley (eds), Antigone on the Contemporary World Stage (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011). Reviewed for Theatre Research International.
Hall, Edith and Amanda Wrigley (eds), Aristophanes in Performance, 421 BC to AD 2007: Peace, Birds and Frogs (Oxford: Legenda, 2007). Reviewed for Stvdia Philologica Valentina 2008, Departament de Filologia Clàssica, Universitat de València. [in Spanish]
‘The Persians without empathy’, Production of Aeschylus’ The Persians, by Dimiter Gotscheff (National Theatre of Greece, 2010). Reviewed for Engramma: La tradizione classica nella memoria occidentale 77, 01-02/2010, Università IUAV di Venezia.
Conference Papers (selected)
'Classicising modernity: Theatrical performances of Greek tragedy and the cultural poetics of fascism', Colloque on the reception of Greek tragedy: 'Violence', Paris X (Nanterre), March 2012.
'A stage for the Revolution: The Three Sisters, the muzhiks and the failed proletarians',TAPRA, University of Kingston, September 2011.
‘National Popular Culture and the Classics: Performances of Greek Tragedy under Metaxas’ Regime’, Conference 'Re-imagining the past: Antiquity and Modern Greek Culture', Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham Birmingham, June 2011.
‘From ritual sparagmos to deconstruction: Classical fragments in modern adaptations of Greek tragedy’, 13th Conference in Classical Studies, Fédération Internationale des Associations d’ Études Classiques, Berlin, August 2009.
'Tragedy, the medium and the media: Greek tragedy in response to the living tragedies of the contemporary world’, Conference: ‘Life is a (Greek) Tragedy’, Finnish Institute, Athens Athens, February 2009.
‘Translation theory meets performance theory’, conference: ‘Theorising Performance Reception’
Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama Oxford, September 2007.
‘Tragedy, metatheatre and the question of representation’, Conference: ‘Staging of Classical Drama around 2000’, Institute of Classical Studies, University of Prague, Prague, December 2005