The Human Body as a Source of Political and Personal Inspiration and Conflict in American Adaptations of Ancient Greek Drama.
Desdemona and Penthea: The Legacy of Sophocles's Antigone and the Empowerment of the Female Victim in William Shakespeare's Othello and John Ford's The Broken Heart
Sophocles’ Ajax in Contemporary War Theatre: Anti-War Polemics in Ellen McLaughlin’s Ajax in Iraq and Timberlake Wertenbaker’s Our Ajax
Iconography, Hybrid Art and Self Portrait in H.D.'s Helen in Egypt
Antigone’s burial act: a rift between bios and logos in postmodern rewritings of Sophocles’s text
Vulnerability as a virtue in John Keats’s Hellenist poetry
Jacques Derrida and Anne Carson’s Poetics of Hospitality: Epitaphs, Photographs and Antigones’ Unbearable Mourning
Sisters are Dying it for Themselves: The Myth of Persephone in Edna St Vincent Millay’s Poetry
Romantic Orientalism in Byron's Grecian Verse: Discovering the Self in a Decadent Orient
Between the Cave and Assuming One's Place in Society: Modern Rewritings of Philoctetes
Antigone and Dionysus in ’69: When Performance Meets Rebellion
Incest as Political Subversion in Sophocles’ Antigone and Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights
Specters of Antigone: Counterwriting Sophocles in the Twenty-First Century
The Emancipation of the Contemporary Spectator: Exploring Different Kinds of Reception in Postmodern Rewritings of Euripides's and Sophocles's Tragedies
The Uncanny Chorus: The Untamed Woman as Freud's "Unheimlich" in Euripides's "Bacchae", Wole Soyinka's "The Bacchae of Euripides: A Communion Rite'' and Charles L. Mee's ''The Bacchae 2.1''