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Tatiana Klepikova

Klepikova, Tatiana, ed. and transl., forthcoming. Contemporary Queer Plays by Russian Playwrights. London/New York: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama.

Klepikova, Tatiana, 2021. “(Trans-)Forming Gender Ideologies through Performance in Russia: Cyberfeminist Somatexts of the Maailmanloppu Theatre.” In The Palgrave Handbook of Queer and Trans Feminisms in Contemporary Performance, eds. Tiina Rosenberg, Sandra D’Urso, and Anna Renée Winget. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Klepikova, Tatiana, 2020.“‘If a Cutie, Then Always Misha’: Evgenii Kharitonov’s Queer Masculinities.” In
Go East! LGBTQ+ Literature in Eastern Europe, edited by Alojzija Zupan Sosič and Andrej Zavrl. Ljubljana: Ljubljana University Press, pp. 72–79. https://doi.org/10.4312/9789610603108.

Olga Krasa-Ryabets

(upcoming) Krasa-Ryabets, O. “The Paradox of Censorship in Soviet-era Czechoslovak Theatre.” In Palgrave Handbook on Theatre Censorship, edited by Graham Saunders and Anne Etienne (Palgrave Macmillan)

Krasa-Ryabets, O. “On the Edge of the Perceptible: Microacting, imaginary worlds and cognitive estrangement in virtual performance” Performance Research Journal:Vol. 26, No. 1:‘On Perception’ (Routledge:2021)

Olga Śmiechowicz

Poeci sceniczni w komediach Arystofanesa [Stage Poets in Aristophanes’ Comedies] (2014)

Arystofanes [Aristophanes] (2015)

Polski teatr po upadku komunizmu. Lupa,Warlikowski, Klata [Polish Theatre after the Fall of Communism: Lupa Warlikowski, Klata] (2018)

Polish Theatre after the Fall of Communism. Dionysus since ’89 (2018)

Didaskalia do historii – teatr starożytnej Grecji i jego kontekst polityczny [Stage scripts to History] (2018)

Arystofanes w Oxfordzie [Aristophanes at Oxford] (2018)

Trojanki Jana Klaty [Trojan Women by Jan Klata] (2019)