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Presence pattern and the original body in networked encounters (2011)
Book Chapter
Chatzichristodoulou, M. (2011). Presence pattern and the original body in networked encounters. In J. Sunden, & R. Hughes (Eds.), Second nature: origins and originality in art, science, and new media (99-122). Stockholm: Axl Books

Riding the waves: Uncovering biomechanics in Britain (2011)
Book Chapter
Skinner, A. (2011). Riding the waves: Uncovering biomechanics in Britain. In J. Pitches (Ed.), Russians in Britain : British Theatre and the Russian Tradition of Actor Training (86-109). London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203146590

Identifying the influence of the Russian director vsevolod emilevich Meyerhold on British theatre is a problematic process. Productions are called ‘Meyerholdian’ for any number of reasons, from a revisionist approach to the role of the text to a cons... Read More about Riding the waves: Uncovering biomechanics in Britain.

Kde se bere prevleková komedie (Where the comedy of disguise comes from) (2011)
Book Chapter
Drábek, P., & Drabek, P. (2011). Kde se bere prevleková komedie (Where the comedy of disguise comes from). Jule Styne, Peter Stone, Bob Merrill: Sugar!: (Někdo to rád horké): šestá inscenace šedesáté šesté sezony 2010/2011 (56 - 70). Městské divadlo Brno

An essay on the history of the comedy of disguise in the theatre, written for the programme notes for a production of Jule Styne, Peter Stone, Bob Merrill's Sugar, directed by Stanislav Moša at the Municipal Theatre in Brno, Czech Republic.

A co když je to svetec?: Massingeruv Rímský herec jako krypto-Genesius (What if it's a saint?: Massinger's The Roman actor as a crypto-genesius) (2011)
Book Chapter
Drábek, P., & Drabek, P. (2011). A co když je to svetec?: Massingeruv Rímský herec jako krypto-Genesius (What if it's a saint?: Massinger's The Roman actor as a crypto-genesius). Ad honorem Eva Stehlíková (81 - 86). Filosofický ústav Akademie věd České republiky (The Philosophy Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences)

A study dedicated to the Baroque tragedy The Roman Actor (1626) by the Jacobean dramatist Philip Massinger, and its relations to Lope de Vega's play Lo fingido verdadero (1605).