Publications: Grehan, Helena
Grehan, H. (2011) Are we so happy that we’ve lost all of the ‘tragic spectators’? Performance Paradigm: A Journal of Performance & Contemporary Culture (7).
Grehan, H. (2010) Aalst: Acts of evil, ambivalence and responsibility. Theatre Research International, 35 (1). pp. 4-16.
Grehan, H. (2010) Aboriginal performance: Politics, empathy and the question of reciprocity. Australasian Drama Studies (56). pp. 38-52.
Harvey, N., Grehan, H. and Tompkins, J. (2010) 'Be thou familiar, but by no means vulgar': Australian theatre blogging practice. Contemporary Theatre Review, 20 (1). pp. 109-119.
Grehan, H., Scheer, E. and Eckersall, P. (2007) Envisioning ethics anew: Rustom Bharucha talks with Performance Paradigm. Performance Paradigm: A Journal of Performance & Contemporary Culture (3).
Grehan, H., Scheer, E. and Eckersall, P. (2007) Pathologies of hope: Baz Kershaw talks with Performance Paradigm. Performance Paradigm: A Journal of Performance & Contemporary Culture (3).
Grehan, H. (2004) Questioning the relationship between consumption and exchange: TheatreWorks' Flying Circus Project, December 2000. Positions: East asia cultures critique, 12 (2). pp. 565-586.
Grehan, H. (2003) Black & Tran: A comedy that laughs in the face of racism? Australasian Drama Studies (42). pp. 112-122.
Grehan, H. (2003) Play review: Recovering histories of joy and sorrow in The Career Highlights of the MAMU. Studies in Western Australian History (23). pp. 220-221.
Grehan, H. (2003) Rakini Devi: Diasporic subject and agent provocateur. Theatre Research International, 28 (3). pp. 229-244.
Grehan, H. (2002) Stillness and intrigue in the north and sadness by William Yang. Journal of Australian Studies, 26 (73). pp. 151-159.
Grehan, H. (2001) Theatre Works' Desdemona: Fusing technology and tradition. TDR: The Drama Review, 45 (3). pp. 113-125.
Grehan, H. (2000) Performed promiscuities: Interpreting interculturalism in the Japan Foundation Asia Centre's LEAR. Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific (3).
Grehan, H. (1999) Negotiating discovery in The Geography of Haunted Places. Australasian Drama Studies (34). pp. 108-121.
Grehan, H. (2011) Back to Back Theatre's 'The Democratic set': Politics, representation and response. In: Theatre and Performance in the Asia-Pacific: Regional Modernities in the Global Era Symposium, 26 - 28 September 2011, School of Culture and Communication English and Theatre Studies, University of Melbourne
Dunstone, B., Grehan, H., Bollen, J. and Fewster, J. (2011) Crossing frontiers: The interface between contemporary e-cartography and late space in late C19th live entertainment on the WA Goldfields. In: Museums Australia 2011 Conference, 14 - 18 November 2011, Perth, W.A
Grehan, H. (2010) Vulnerability, suffering and children: Seven Jewish children. In: 2010 Conference of the Australasian Association for Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies (ADSA): Stripping Bare!, 29 June - 2 July 2010, ANU Arts Centre, Australian National University
Harvey, N., Grehan, H. and Tompkins, J. (2008) AusStage: Building and sustaining links with other digital resources and repositories. In: Resourceful Reading: The New Empiricism, eResearch and Australian Literary Culture Sympsium, 4 - 5 December 2008, Wesley College, University of Sydney
Grehan, H., Eckersall, P., Gladwin, B. and Nash, A. (2012) Back to Back Theatre’s ‘Ganesh versus the Third Reich’: Politics, representation and response. In: PSi#18: Performance:Culture:History, 27 June - 1 July 2012, University of Leeds, Leeds, England.
Harvey, N., Grehan, H. and Tompkins, J. (2009) AusStage: From database of performing arts to a performing database of the arts. In: Bode, K. and Dixon, R., (eds.) Resourceful reading: The new empiricism, eResearch and Australian literary culture. Sydney University Press, Sydney, Australia, pp. 325-333.
Grehan, H. (2009) The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. In: Gregory, J. and Gothard, J., (eds.) Historical Encyclopedia of Western Australian. UWA Press, Crawley, W.A, p. 906.
Grehan, H. (2001) "Implacement" and belonging: Dramatising white women's stories in Tiger Country. In: Maufort, M. and Bellarsi, F., (eds.) Siting the other: Re-visions of marginality in Australian and English-Canadian drama. Peter Lang Publishing, Brussels, Belgium, pp. 39-52.
Grehan, H. and Eckersall, P. (2013) ‘We're people who do shows’: Back to Back Theatre - Performance Politics Visibility. PR Books, Wales.
Grehan, H. (2009) Performance, ethics and spectatorship in a global age. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, Hampshire.
Grehan, H. (2001) Mapping cultural identity in contemporary Australian performance. Peter Lang Publishing, Brussels, Belgium.