Vulnerability as a virtue in John Keats’s Hellenist poetry
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''
The Human Body as a Source of Political and Personal Inspiration and Conflict in American Adaptations of Ancient Greek Drama.
The Emancipation of the Contemporary Spectator: Exploring Different Kinds of Reception in Postmodern Rewritings of Euripides's and Sophocles's Tragedies
Specters of Antigone: Counterwriting Sophocles in the Twenty-First Century
Sophocles’ Ajax in Contemporary War Theatre: Anti-War Polemics in Ellen McLaughlin’s Ajax in Iraq and Timberlake Wertenbaker’s Our Ajax
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
Jacques Derrida and Anne Carson’s Poetics of Hospitality: Epitaphs, Photographs and Antigones’ Unbearable Mourning
Incest as Political Subversion in Sophocles’ Antigone and Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights
Iconography, Hybrid Art and Self Portrait in H.D.'s Helen in Egypt
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
Between the Cave and Assuming One's Place in Society: Modern Rewritings of Philoctetes
Antigone’s burial act: a rift between bios and logos in postmodern rewritings of Sophocles’s text
Antigone and Dionysus in ’69: When Performance Meets Rebellion