Film, Theatre and Performance, Language Theory, Theories of subjectivity


Mimetic Disillusion: Eugene O’Neill, Tennessee Williams, and US Dramatic Realism. The University of Alabama Press, 1997.
“Rose and Rosa Or, Revivals.” Introduction.  Plays in America/Peças Na América. Armando Nascimento Rosa. Edições Fénix.  Forthcoming
“The Author’s Body: Almodóvar, Film Theory, and Embodiment.” Bodies, Boundaries and Vulnerabilities.  Ed. Lisa Folkmarson-Kåll.  Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 2016.
“Beyond Linguistics: Deixis, Dementia, and the Theatricality of Speech in Alzheimer’s Memoir.” Semiotica 174-1/4 (2009), 165-180.
A ‘T’ Stop Named Denial.” Play Review. Theatre Journal 58 (March 2006), 115-117.
The Undiscovered Country: The Later Plays of Tennessee Williams.” Book Review. Theatre Survey 45:1 (2004), 125-126.
“Excitable Speech.” Book Review. Theatre Journal 51 (October, 1999), 348-349.
“Echoing Autism: Performance, Performativity, and the Writing of Donna Williams.” The Drama Review (Fall 1997), 107-121.
“The Lesbian Rule: Lillian Hellman and the Measures of Realism.” Modern Drama 39:1 (Spring, 1996) Special Lesbian and Gay Issue, 16-30. Reprinted in Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism, Volume 19.
“The Space of Madness and Desire: Tennessee Williams and Streetcar.” Modern Drama 38:4 (Winter, 1995), 496-509.
“When a Door is a Jar, or Out in the Theatre: Tennessee Williams and Queer Space.” Theatre Journal 47 (May 1995) Special Lesbian and Gay Issue, 253-267.


Subjects taught the current academic year:

Subjects taught in recent years:

21L.005 Introduction to Drama (Spring 2019)

21L.005 Introduction to Drama (Spring 2020)

21L.433 Film Styles and Genres: Suspense (Fall 2017)

21L.435 Literature and Film (Spring 2018)

21L.486 Modern Drama (Spring 2021)