A PhD bookshelf in my new workroom, 2021.


Ahmed, S. (2017) Living a Feminist Life. Durham and London: Duke University Press.

Ahmed, S. (2010) ‘Orientations Matter’, in Coole. D and Frost, S. (eds) New Materialisms: Ontology, Agency, and Politics. Durham and London: Duke University Press, pp. 234.

Ahmed, S. (2006) Queer Phenomenology: Orientations, Objects, Others. Durham and London: Duke University Press.

Ahmed, S. (2021) Complaint, Diversity and Other Hostile Environments. IMMA Sarah Ahmed Lecture. Dublin. [3/3/2021] 

Alabanza, T. (2018) Burgerz. London: Oberon Modern Plays. 

Aronson, A. (2005) Looking Into the Abyss: Essays on Scenography. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 

Aronson, A. (2013) ‘Time and Space on the Stage’ in Lotker, S. and Gough, R. (eds.) Performance Research, Vol 18, (Issue 3), pp. 84-94.

Aronson, A. (2017) Routledge Companion to Scenography (Routledge Companions). Introduction. Oxon and New York: Routledge.

B-52s (1989) Roam. SAM662, on Cosmic Thing, Reprise Records: Warner Bros Music.

Baker, B. (2019) Drawing on a (Grand) Mother’s Experience. WOW Women of the World Festival, Southbank Centre.

Bal, M. (2002) ‘Autotopography: Louise Bourgeois as Builder.’ Biography, Vol 25 (Issue 1) pp.180-202

Barnes, M.E. (2018) You Can’t Un-See Color: A Ph.D., A Divorce and The Wizard of Oz in Feminism and Intersectionality in Academia. (eds. Shelton, S.A., Flynn, J.E., Grosland T.J). Palgrave MacMillan.

Barratt, M. and Baker, B. (eds.) (2007) Bobby Baker: redeeming features of daily life. London and New York: Routledge.

Baugh, C (2003) Edward Gordon Craig: The Scene as Place and the ‘atelier agenda’ within 20th Century Theatre. Pastmasters - Craig and Appia: Sculptors of the Modern Age. Centre for Performance Research, Aberystwyth. 

Bechdel, A. (2006) Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic. London: Jonathan Cape.

Bechdel, A. (2012) Are You My Mother? A Comic Drama. London. Jonathan Cape.

Beer, T. (2020) An Introduction to Ecological Design for Performance. [Online] University of Aberystwyth. (Accessed: 4 November 2020). Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=op4eNZxTKcw

Beer, T. (2014) Ecoscenography: Adventures in a New Paradigm for Performance Making. Available at: https://ecoscenography.com (Accessed: 21 June 2020).

Belinfante, J. & Benesch. E (eds.) (2017) Charlotte Salomon: Life? Or Theatre?. Taschen.

Braithwaite, P. (2021) 1. Celebrating the start of #blackhistorymonth with Weiditz. https://twitter.com/PeterBrathwaite/status/1443837816895647747?s=20 [01/10/21] 

Brejzek, T. (2010) From social network to urban intervention: on the scenographies of flash mobs and urban swarms. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media. 6.1: pp109-22

Burnett, K. and Ruthven Hall, P. (eds.) Time and Space: design for performance 1995-1999. London: The Society of British Theatre Designers.

Cambridge University Press. (2021). Cambridge English Dictionary. (Accessed: 21 June 2020). Available from: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/auto

Chen, N.N. (1992) ‘Speaking Nearby’: A Conversation with Trinh T. Minh-ha. Visual Anthropology Review, Vol 8 (Issue 1) pp. 87.

Courtney, C. (ed.) (1993) Jocelyn Herbert: A Theatre Workbook. London: Art Books International.

Craig, E.G. (1911) On the Art of Theatre. [Excerpt] in Walton, J.M (ed.) (1983) Craig on Theatre. Methuen Drama.

Cumming, L. (2019) On Chapel Sands: My mother and other missing persons. London: Chatto and Windus.

Eakin, P.J (1999) How our lives become stories: Making selves. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press.

Elnile, R. (2020) Prayer. Gate Theatre, London. [Online]. [15/09/20]

Elnile, E. (2020) Design is a political act – let’s use it to reshape the future. [Online] Stage Newspaper.[Accessed 20/08/2020]

Elnile, R. and Hann, R. (2021) Decolonising Scenography: A Case Study on Rosie Elnile’s Prayer. University of Aberystwyth. (Accessed: 07/02/2021) Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1ZdB6jY_Zk

Emin, T. (2005) Strangeland. Sceptre.

Ferris, L. (2007) Daily Life 1: Kitchen Show. In Barratt, M. and Baker, B. (eds.) (2007) Bobby Baker: redeeming features of daily life. London and New York: Routledge.

Farthing, S. (2011) The Sketchbooks of Jocelyn Herbert. London: Royal Academy Publications.

Ferris, L. (2002) Cooking Up the Self: Bobby Baker and Blondell Cummings “Do” the Kitchen. In Smith, S. & Watson, J. (eds) (2002) Interfaces: Women / Autobiography / Image / Performance. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Gale, M.B. and Gardner, V. (2004) Auto/biography and identity: Women, Theatre and Performance.Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press. 

Gaye, Marvin, and Tammie Terrell (1967) Ain’t No Mountain High Enough. TMG611, Tamla Motown.

Gonsalez, J. (1995) ‘Autotopographies’ in Brahm, G. & Driscoll, M. (eds.) Prosthetic Territories: Politics and Hypertechnologies. Westview. pp133-150. 

Grafton, C.B. (1995) Ready to Use Old Fashioned Illustrations of Books, Reading and Writing. London: Dover Books.  

Halberstam, J (2011) The Queer Art of Failure. Durham and London: Duke University Press.

Hanff, H. (1976) 84 Charing Cross Road. London: Futura Publications.

Hann, R. (2019) Beyond Scenography. Oxon and New York: Routledge.

Hann, R. (2020) ‘Justice Scenographics: Preparing for civilization change at a time of ‘Anywheres’ and ‘Somewheres’’. Spatial Justice 2.0: The Zine, Design Studio for Social Intervention. (d24si) Ch 2, pp18-23. (Accessed 21 June 2020). Available at: https://www.ds4si.org/writings/spatialjustice-zine

Hann, Rachel (2021) ‘At the borders of scenography’, Astrid von Rosen and Viveka Kjellmer eds. Scenography and Art History: Performance Design and Visual Culture. London and New York: Bloomsbury.

Harper, D. (2001) Etymonline. https://www.stymonline.com/word/-graph

(Accessed 21 June 2020). 

Harvie, J. (2004) ‘Being Her: Presence, Absence and Performance in the art of Janet Cardiff and Tracey Emin’ in Gale, M.B. and Gardner, V. (2004) Auto/biography and identity: Women, Theatre and Performance.Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press. 

Heddon, D. (2008) Autobiography and Performance. London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Heidegger, Martin (2010 [1953]) Being and Time. trans. Joan Stambaugh, Albany: State University of New York Press.

Henry, S. (2019) Figure with Landscape, Performance Research, 24:2, 120-128, DOI: 10.1080/13528165.2019.1624050

Henry, S. (2020) Found on the Bakerloo line. https://www.instagram.com/p/B8Zt5wEHEIa/[10/02/20]

Her Master’s Voice. (2012) Directed by Conti, N. [Film] 

Hilevaara, K and Orley, E. (2018) The Creative Critic. Oxon and New York: Routledge.

hooks, b. (2001) All About Love: New Visions. New York: HarperCollins Publishers.

hooks. b (2000) Feminism is for Everybody: Passionate Politics. London: Pluto Press.

Horton, C. (2012) Two Plays by Caroline Horton: Mess / You’re Not Like the Other Girls, Chrissy. London: Methuen Drama.

Horton, C. (2019) All of Me. London: Methuen Drama.

Howard, P. (2002) What is Scenography? London and New York: Routledge.

Kessler, S. (2016) ‘Puppet Love: Documenting Ventriloquism in Nina Conti’s Her Master’s Voice’. Camera Obscura 92. Vol 31 (Issue 2). Duke University Press. pp 61-91.

Kimmings, B. (2018) I’m a Phoenix, Bitch. London: Oberon Modern Plays.

Krouse Rosenthal, A. (2005) Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Life. New York: Three Rivers Press/Crown Publishing Group.

Krouse Rosenthal, A. (2012) Textbook Amy Krouse Rosenthal. New York: Dutton/Penguin Random House.

Lotker, S. and Gough, R. (2013) ‘On scenography’: editorial’. Performance Research, Vol 18, (Issue 3), pp. 3-6.

Makela, M. (2007) ‘Knowing Through Making: The Role of the Artefact in Practice-led Research’. Knowledge and Policy. Vol 20, pp. 157-163.

Mann, S. (2015) Hold Still. New York: Back Bay Books/Little Brown Company.

Marsden, R. (2021) We pulled up the carpet on the stairs and found some small bits of paper that had been torn up and poked underneath. https://twitter.com/rhodri/status/1405648001092161541?s=21 [17/06/2021]

Mathis, L. (2015) in Zulch, M. ‘Lora Mathis’ in Finding Your Voice: Hooligan Magazine. Issue 11, pp. 16-23

McKinney, J. (2015) ‘Scenographic materialism, affordance and extended cognition in Kris Verdonck’s ACTOR #1’. (2015) Theatre and Performance Design Vol 1 (Nos. 1-2), pp. 79-93.

McKinney, J. (2019) Scenographic attunement in urban environments. [Paper] TaPRA 2019 Conference. University of Exeter.

McKinney, J. and Butterworth, P. (2009) The Cambridge Introduction to Scenography. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press.

Merriam-webster.com. (2017). Definition of SUPER. [online] Available at: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/super

Nelson, R. (2013) Practice as Research in the Arts. London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 

O’Cathain, M. (2020) Parental Pandemic Portraits. https://twitter.com/MollyOCath/status/1242465390933901314?s=20 [24/03/2020]

Oxford University Press. (2021) Oxford English Dictionaryhttps://www.oed.com/view/Entry/13367[Accessed 21 June 2020).

Pavelka, M. (2015) So You Want to be a Theatre Designer? London: Nick Hern Books.

Raven, N. (2019) Staging Bodies in Situ: Artistic Responses to Working with/in Landscape. [Paper] TaPRA 2019 Conference. University of Exeter.

Salami, M. (2020) Sensuous Knowledge: A Black Feminist Approach for Everyone. London: Zed Books.

Sedgwick, E (2002) Touching Feeling. Durham and London: Duke University Press.

Shearing, D. (2014) ‘Scenographic Landscapes’. Studies in Theatre and Performance. Vol 34, (Issue 1), pp 38-52

Shelton, S.A, Flynn, J.E and Grosland, T.J. (2018) Feminism and Intersectionality in Academia. [Kindle] Palgrave MacMillan. 

Shapton, L. (2009) Important Artifacts and Personal Property from the Collection of Lenore Doolan and Harold Morris, Including Books, Street Fashion and Jewelry: Saturday, 14 February 2009. New York. Bloomsbury. 

Staging Places: UK Design for Performance 2015-2019. (2021) Staging places.co.uk. Available at: https://stagingplaces.co.uk/about/ (Accessed 28 June 2019).

Storr, R, Herkenhoff, P and Schwartzman, A. (2003) Louise Bourgeois. London and New York: Phaidon Press.

Smith, S. (1993) Subjectivity, Identity and the Body: Women’s Autobiographical Practices in the Twentieth Century. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press.

Smith, S. and Watson, J. (eds.) (1996) Getting a Life: Everyday Uses of Autobiography. Minneapolis and London: University of Minnesota Press.

Smith, S. and Watson, J. (eds.) (1998) Women, Autobiography, Theory: A Reader.  Madison, Wisconsin, and London: University of Wisconsin Press.

Smith, S. and Watson, J. (eds) (2002) Interfaces: Women / Autobiography / Image / Performance. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor.

Solnit, Rebecca (2014 [2001]) Wanderlust. London: Granta.

Swindells. J. (1995) The Uses of Autobiography. Bristol: Taylor and Francis. 

The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. (2021). Encyclopaedia Britannica. https://www.britannica.com/art/skene (Accessed: 21 June 2020).

The Mamas and the Papas (1965) Go Where You Wanna Go. SS 8058, Dunhill.

The Smiths (1983) This Charming Man. RT136, on The Smiths, Rough Trade: Warner Bros Music.

Walkingforum (2005) Walkingforum.co.uk, https://bit.ly/2EWP1lA. (Accessed: 10 January 2019). 

Woolf, V. (1977) A Room of One’s Own. London: Granta.

Wye Oak (2018) It Was Not Natural. in The Louder I Call,The Faster it Runs, MRG615, Merge Records.

Reference List

(Artists or practitioners mentioned but not cited)

Bourgeois, Louise

Cardiff, Janet

Harvey, Aileen

Kahlo, Frida

Kenyon, Simone

Le Gateau Chocolat

Lepage, Robert

Novak, Lori

Orton, Joe

Perry, Grayson

Philips, Lizzie

Schneeman, Carolee

Shepherd, Nan

Spence, Jo

Turner, Cathy

Wilson, Louise Ann

Beyond the writers, researchers, practitioners, artists and works cited in the Bibliography and Reference List, please see the following section for people I would like to thank for their contribution to the development of this thesis.

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