Publications: Moody, David
Moody, D. (1995) Peter Brook's Heart of Light: ‘Primitivism’ and intercultural theatre. New Theatre Quarterly, 11 (41). pp. 33-39.
Moody, D. (1993) The tick of a heretic; or, using the poison of theory in the Post-Colonial operation. Kunapipi: Journal of Postcolonial Writing and Culture, XV (2). pp. 113-122.
Moody, D. (1992) The prodigal father: Discursive rupture in the plays of Wole Soyinka. Ariel: A review of international English literature, 23 (1). pp. 25-38.
Moody, D. (1991) Marx meets Masque: The play of history in African theatre. World Literature Written in English, 31 (1). pp. 93-102.
Tampalini, S., Mhando, M. and Moody, D. (2010) Witness: A case study of the research-based-devised play for writing in production. In: Diegetic Life Forms II: Creative arts practice and new media scholarship, 3 - 5 September 2010, Murdoch University, Western Australia
Moody, D. (1999) Different stages: Post-colonial performance as frictional methodology. In: Gilbert, H., (ed.) (Post) Colonial Stages Critical & Creative Views on Drama Theatre & Performance. Dangaroo Press, Hebden Bridge, United Kingdom, pp. 136-145.
Moody, D. (1998) Of Marx and missionaries: Soyinka and the survival of universalism in Post-Colonial literary theory. In: Slemon, S. and Tiffin, H., (eds.) After Europe: Critical theory and post-colonial writing. Dangaroo Press, Sydney, NSW, pp. 74-84.