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"the silent treatment": Absence as Presence in Linda McLean's Gendered Environments (2016)
Journal Article
Morgan McKean, K. S. (2016). "the silent treatment": Absence as Presence in Linda McLean's Gendered Environments. Contemporary Women's Writing, 10(1), 85-104. https://doi.org/10.1093/cww/vpv029

The landscapes of Linda McLean’s plays hold the bodies and voices of those the characters onstage have lost, creating echoes that connect to ideas of retelling, of hauntings that go beyond individual and cultural reenactments. This sense of echoes is... Read More about "the silent treatment": Absence as Presence in Linda McLean's Gendered Environments.

Into the Darkest Places: Pursuing Politics in the Plays of Phyllis Nagy (2014)
Journal Article
Morgan McKean, K. S. (2014). Into the Darkest Places: Pursuing Politics in the Plays of Phyllis Nagy. Contemporary Theatre Review, 24(1), 66-81. https://doi.org/10.1080/10486801.2013.858328

In this article, I argue for the political relevance of the work of Phyllis Nagy not only to the 1990s – the decade in which the majority of her work premiered – but to current political, theoretical and theatrical debates. I consider the ways in whi... Read More about Into the Darkest Places: Pursuing Politics in the Plays of Phyllis Nagy.

Haggis Hunting: fifty years of new playwrighting in Scotland (2013)
Book
K. S. Morgan McKean, & N. McCartney (Eds.), (2013). Haggis Hunting: fifty years of new playwrighting in Scotland

Guest editors Nicola McCartney and K.S Morgan McKean have created a wonderful theatre-based issue of the Review, which tied in beautifully with the Haggis Hunting: 50 Years of New Playwriting in Scotland conference.


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