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– Paul Clarke, ‘Doing it Yourself: Profaning democracy, the news media and political consensus’. In: Robert Daniels (ed.) DIY: Too. University of Chichester, Chichester, 2015, pp. 139-145.
– Paul Clarke, ‘Fakelore’ and ‘Pastoral’, in Performance Research, ‘Lexicon’ issue, Vol. 11, No. 3, 2006, published as a contribution to Documenta 12 Magazines, Kassel, pp. 53 – 55. See also http://moremilkyvette.blogspot.com/2008/12/folklore-fakelore-small-bean.html
– Laurie Beth Clark (2007) review of Encounters by Manuel Vason, Contemporary Theatre Review, 18: 3, 383-397;
– Bottoms, Stephen (2013) ‘Utopia’ in Contemporary Theatre Review, 23: 1, 71-75.
– Dixon, Steve (2007) Digital Performance: A History of New Media in Theater, Dance, Performance Art, and Installation, MIT Press; and Dixon, Steve (2005) ‘Theatre, Technology, Time’.
– Frieze, James (2013) ‘Actualizing a Spectator Like You: The Ethics of the Intrusive-Hypothetical Performing Ethos’, International Journal of Ethics in Theatre & Performance, 3: 1, 7-22.
– Gorman, Sarah (2008) ‘Theatre for a Media-Saturated Age’, in Holdsworth, Nadine and Luckhurst, Mary, A Concise Companion to British and Irish Contemporary Drama, Oxford: Blackwell;
– Gorman, Sarah (2005) ‘Foreign Bodies: Performing Physical and Psychological Harm at the Mladi Levi Festival, August 2003’ in Kelleher, Joe, and Nicholas Ridout (eds), Contemporary Theatres in Europe, Routledge;
– Harvie, Jen (2013) Fair Play - Art, Performance and Neoliberalism, London: Palgrave Macmillan;
– Heddon, Deirdre and Milling, Jane (2006) Devising Performance: A Critical History, Palgrave Macmillan;
Juers-Munby, Karen (2006) Translator’s intro to Hans-Thies Lehmann’s Postdramatic Theatre, Routledge;
– Kershaw, Baz (2009) ‘Lay of the landscape: geographies, legacies, disciplines. Performance practice as research: perspectives from a small island’ and Jones, Simon, ‘Working on the middle ground: a case-study of institutional inter-action about practice-as-research’ in Mapping Landscapes for Performance as Research: Scholarly Acts and Creative Cartographies, Palgrave Macmillan;
– Nead, Linda (2013) ‘Apocalypse then and Now’, in Victorian Literature and Culture: Victorians Live, 41: 01, Cambridge University Press, 177–197;
– Liz Tomlin (2013) Acts and Apparitions: Discourses on the Real in Performance Practice and Theory, 1990–2010, Manchester: Manchester University Press;
– Give Me Back My Broken Night, is discussed as a case study by Katía Truijen’s in Post Box for the Open Society, which was part of Open: A Bakema Celebration, the Dutch entry to La Biennale di Venezia’s 14th International Architectural exhibition, curated by Het Nieue Instituut.
– We also get a nice mention, as one of a number of companies influenced by Goat Island in this excellent new book, edited by Laura Cull, Deleuze and Performance (Deleuze Connections), Edinburgh University Press, 2009.