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Journal Article

De Reuck, J. (2015) "Plagued in Art": The fashioning of an aesthetics of sacrifice in the Duchess of Malfi. Shakespeare in Southern Africa, 27 .

De Reuck, J. (2012) Empathy and redemption in theatre for young people: Towards an epistemic theory of empathetic imagination. International Journal of Arts, Culture and Heritage, 1 . pp. 125-139.

De Reuck, J. and Miller, K. (2012) “O tiger's heart wrapped in a woman's hide”: Directing and documenting Titus Andronicus in an All-Female adaptation. IM: Interactive Media (8).

De Reuck, J. (2011) Diagetics in drama: Space and locating a performance of Twelfth Night. IM: Interactive Media (7).

De Reuck, J. (2010) Interview with the actors in witness: David Moody and Martin Mhando. IM: Interactive Media (6).

De Reuck, J. (2008) ‘In broken images’: Difference and emancipation within the communal process of social inquiry. English Academy Review, 25 (1). pp. 20-28.

Broderick, M., De Reuck, J. and Petkovic, J. (2008) Scoping trauma. IM: Interactive Media (4).

De Reuck, J. (2006) Book review: Prologues to Shakespeare’s Theatre: Performance and Liminality in Early Modern Drama by Douglas Bruster and Robert Weimann. Australasian Drama Studies (48). p. 248.

Petkovic, J., De Reuck, J. and Broderick, M. (2005) From the Editors. IM: Interactive Media (1).

De Reuck, J. (2000) 'The mirror shattered into tiny pieces': Reading gender and culture in the Japan Foundation Asia Centre's LEAR. Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific (3).

De Reuck, J. (1999) Social suffering and the politics of pain: Observations on the concentration camps in the Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902. English in Africa, 26 (2). pp. 69-88.

De Reuck, J. (1998) Living in the flicker: Aspects of imperialism in Conrad's Heart of Darkness. Interpretations : Journal of the English Teachers Association of Western Australia, 31 (1). pp. 50-57.

De Reuck, J. (1996) A politics of blood: The ‘white tribe’ of Africa and the recombinant nationalism of a colonizing indigene. Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies, 10 (2). pp. 139-157.

De Reuck, J. (1995) Women on the frontier: Self‐representations of the conqueror: Which frontier? Conqueror of what? Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 7 (1). pp. 34-45.

De Reuck, J. (1993) “Ways of worldmaking”: A study of narrative transmission in Henry James's The Aspern Papers. Journal of Literary Studies, 9 (3-4). pp. 355-370.

De Reuck, J. and De Reuck, J. (1992) The referendum in South Africa: A triumph of the spirit? Span: Journal of the South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (33).

De Reuck, J. (1991) Stereoscopic perspectives: Transmission and reception in unreliable homodiegetic narration. AUMLA : Journal of the Australasian Universities Modern Language Association (74).

De Reuck, J. (1990) Etching “inconscience”: Unreliability as a function in narrative situations. Journal of Literary Studies, 6 (4). pp. 289-303.

De Reuck, J. (1990) Writing feminism/theoretical inscriptions in South Africa. Current Writing: Text and Reception in Southern Africa, 2 (1). pp. 30-34.

De Reuck, J. (1988) Race and gender: A study of the artistic corruption of Perceval Gibbon's souls in bondage. Journal of Literary Studies, 4 (1). pp. 38-48.

De Reuck, J. (1987) A Direction for English studies: A view from the University of Durban-Westville. Journal of the University of Durban-Westville, 4 . pp. 77-79.

De Reuck, J. (1987) Humour and betrayal: Reading the “ALITA” short stories of Sarah Gertrude Millin. English Studies in Africa, 30 (2). pp. 83-90.

De Reuck, J. (1986) “Old times” AND Pinter's dramatic method. English Studies in Africa, 29 (2). pp. 121-130.

De Reuck, J. (1986) The immanent voice and the dramatic monologue: Browning’s ‘My Last Duchess'. Journal of the University of Durban-Westville, 3 . pp. 49-55.

De Reuck, J. (1986) A new voice in narrative. Journal of Literary Studies, 2 (2). pp. 41-56.

De Reuck, J. (1985) The narrative situation of Tristram Shandy. UCT Studies in English, February .

Conference Paper

De Reuck, J. (2012) Directing and documenting Titus Andronicus in an All-Female adaptation of Shakespeare's bloodiest tragedy. In: 8th Triennial Congress and Conference of the Shakespeare Society of South Africa, 3 - 5 July 2012, Rhodes University, Grahamstown Eastern Province, South Africa

De Reuck, J., van Rhyn, D., Holloway, D.A. and Kestel, J-A (1994) Vindication theory: Towards a financial accounting methodology. In: 4th Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting Conference, 10 - 13 July, Manchester, UK

De Reuck, J. (1993) Woman on the frontier: Self-Representations of the conqueror. In: AUETSA 1993, July 1993, Port Elizabeth, South Africa

De Reuck, J. (1989) Stereoscopic perspectives: Transmission and reception in unreliable homodiegetic narration. In: 25th Congress Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association (AULLA XXV), 6 - 10 February 1989, Macquarie University, Sydney

De Reuck, J. (1986) Mimesis and the Ironic Mode. In: AUESTA Conference 1986, University of Natal, Durban

Conference Item

De Reuck, J. (1995) A politics of blood: South African concentration camps and the recombinant nationalism of a colonizing indigene. In: Centre for Research in Culture and Communication (CRCC) Academic Seminar 1995: Negotiating Cultural Borderzones, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A.

De Reuck, J. (1994) Blackface and Madonna. In: 3rd Biennial Conference Australian, New Zealand Shakespeare Association: Shakespeare, Readers, Audiences, Players, 20 - 25 February 1994, University of Western Australia, Nedlands.

Book Chapter

De Reuck, J. (2013) Exegetical Commentary. In: Contextualized Practices in Arts Education. Springer Singapore, pp. 183-187.

De Reuck, J.D. and De Reuck, J. (2012) Infusing moments of transient alignment into diverse communities of understanding. In: Romancing Theory, Riding Interpretation: Infusion Approah Salman Rushdie. Peter Lang.

De Reuck, J. (2002) Social suffering and the politics of pain: Observations on the concentration camps in the Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902. In: Schwerdt, D. and Kossew, S., (eds.) Re-Imagining Africa: New Critical Perspectives. Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA, pp. 81-100.

Venables, E., Ahjum, S.A. and De Reuck, J. (2001) The remembrance of things past: Memory and migration as tropes in the construction of postgraduate subjectivities. In: Bartlett, A. and Mercer, G., (eds.) Postgraduate Research Supervision: Transforming (R)elations. Peter Lang, New York, USA, pp. 233-245.

De Reuck, J. (1998) Blackface and Madonna: Race and gender as conditions of reception in recovering Othello. In: Edelman, C., White, R.S. and Wortham, C., (eds.) Shakespeare: Readers, Audiences, Players. University of Western Australia Press, Perth, Western Australia, pp. 220-232.

De Reuck, J. (1989) Humour and betrayal: Reading the ALITA short stories of Sarah Gertrude Millin. In: Clayton, C., (ed.) Women and Writing in South Africa: A Critical Anthology. Heinemann, Marshalltown, South Africa, pp. 130-138.

Book

De Reuck, J. (2008) Athena Emu at the Olympics (E-Book). Contemporary Arts Media, Melbourne, VIC.

De Reuck, J. and Bruno, M. (2003) A playwright's manuscript. Jennifer Anne De Reuck.

Creative Output

De Reuck, J. (2011) The Greatest Show on Earth: A Circus Story. [Play] [Creative Output]

De Reuck, J. (2011) Titus Andronicus. [Play] [Creative Output]

De Reuck, J. (2010) The Phoenix and the fighting Pandas of Yunnan Province. [Play] [Creative Output]

De Reuck, J. (2004) Zak Zebra's African safari. [Multimedia] [Creative Output]

De Reuck, J. (2003) A Playwright's Manuscript. [Documentary] [Creative Output]

De Reuck, J. (2002) Shakespeare at Sea. [Multimedia] [Creative Output]

Website

De Reuck, J. (2004) Hooligans or Heroes? Imagining the subjects of empire during the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902. [Website]

De Reuck, J. (2001) de Reuck on Krebs, 'Gender, Race, and the Writing of Empire: Public Discourse and the Boer War'. [Website]

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