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Journal Article

Grehan, H. (2018) First nations politics in a climate of refusal. Performance Research, 23 (3). pp. 7-12.

Grehan, H. (2018) On Refuge. Performance Research, 23 (4-5). pp. 447-448.

Grehan, H. (2017) Book review: Emma Cox. Performing Noncitizenship: Asylum Seekers in Australian Theatre, Film and Activism. London: Anthem Press, 2015. Pp. 194. $115.00 (Hb), $40.00 (Pb). Modern Drama, 60 (3). pp. 389-391.

Dunstone, B. and Grehan, H. (2017) 'Chaos' and 'Convergence' on the Western Australian goldfields: The politics of performance in the 1890s. Australasian Drama Studies (70). pp. 35-56.

Grehan, H. (2015) Actors, spectators, and "Vibrant" objects Kris Verdonck's ACTOR #1. TDR: The Drama Review, 59 (3). pp. 132-139.

Grehan, H. (2015) Electronic Journals. Contemporary Theatre Review, 25 (1). pp. 130-133.

Grehan, H. (2014) Book Review of: Theatre and performance in the Asia-Pacific: Regional modernities in the global era, by Denise Varney, Peter Eckersall, Chris Hudson and Barbara Hatley, (basingstoke: palgrave MacMillan, 2013). Australasian Drama Studies (64). pp. 321-325.

Eckersall, P. and Grehan, H. (2014) On Rapture. Performance Research, 19 (6). pp. 1-4.

Grehan, H. (2014) Performance review: SUPER DISCOUNT. By Back to Back Theatre and David Woods. Directed by Bruce Gladwin. Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne. 16 November 2013. Theatre Journal, 66 (3). pp. 437-439.

Grehan, H. (2014) An unresolvable dramaturgy. Performance Research, 19 (6). pp. 15-21.

Dunstone, B. and Grehan, H. (2013) Making maps ‘Speak’: E-Mapping performance on Western Australia’s Coolgardie Goldfield, 1894–98. Australasian Drama Studies (62). pp. 89-99.

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. (2006) Testimony and ambivalence in Sandakan Threnody. Australasian Drama Studies (49). pp. 89-100.

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) Faction and fusion in The 7 stages of grieving. Theatre Research International, 26 (1). pp. 106-116.

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.

Non-refereed Article

Grehan, H. and Eckersall, P. (2013) Review: Super Discount by Back to Back Theatre. The Conversation .

Conference Paper

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. (2000) The Irish nomad as diasporic spectator. In: 11th Irish-Australian Conference, 25 - 30 April 2000, Murdoch University, Murdoch

Conference Item

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.

Grehan, H. (2008) From bibliography to blogstage. In: AusStage Symposium, 25 September 2008, Flinders University, Adelaide.

Book Chapter

Grehan, H. (2013) 'The Democratic Set: 'A Cavalcade of portrait, soapbox and drama. In: Grehan, H. and Eckersall, P., (eds.) 'We're People Who Do Shows' Back to Back Theatre: Performance, Politics, Visibility. Performance Research Books, Aberystwyth, pp. 148-157.

Grehan, H. and Eckersall, P. (2013) The Existential Antagonists: Back to Back, dramaturgy and spectatorship. In: Grehan, H. and Eckersall, P., (eds.) 'We're People Who Do Shows' Back to Back Theatre: Performance, Politics, Visibility. Performance Research Books, Aberystwyth, pp. 15-20.

Grehan, H. (2013) Irony, parody and satire in Ganesh versus the Third Reich. In: Grehan, H. and Eckersall, P., (eds.) 'We're People Who Do Shows' Back to Back Theatre: Performance, Politics, Visibility. Performance Research Books, Aberystwyth, pp. 197-208.

Grehan, H. (2013) Responding to the 'unspoken' in Food Court. In: Grehan, H. and Eckersall, P., (eds.) 'We're People Who Do Shows' Back to Back Theatre: Performance, Politics, Visibility. Performance Research Books, Aberystwyth, pp. 105-118.

Grehan, H. (2013) Responsibility and the dangers of proximity: Responding to Caryl Churchill's seven Jewish children. In: Trezise, B. and Wake, C., (eds.) Visions and Revision: Performance, Memory, Trauma. Museum Tusculanum Press/University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, pp. 97-114.

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. (2007) Jack Davis. In: Cody, G.H. and Sprinchorn, E., (eds.) The Columbia Encyclopedia of Modern Drama. Columbia University Press, New York, U.S.A, pp. 331-332.

Grehan, H. (2007) Multicultural identities in drama. In: Cody, G. and Sprinchorn, E., (eds.) The Columbia Encyclopedia of Modern Drama. Columbia University Press, New York, U.S.A, pp. 80-81.

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.

Book

Eckersall, P., Grehan, H. and Scheer, E. (2017) New Media Dramaturgy: Performance, Media and New-Materialism. Palgrave Macmillan.

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.

Thesis

Grehan, Helena (1998) Mapping, inscription and 'lines of flight' in contemporary Australian performance. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

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