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Journal Articles

Sage, D and Rees, C (2016) 'To do or not to do (gender)' and changing the sex-typing of British theatre, Gender, Work and Organization, 23(5), pp.518-534, ISSN: 0968-6673. DOI: 10.1111/gwao.12139.

Rees, C (2008) 'Who is it upstairs?' Identifying the 'Other' in Pinter's The Dumb Waiter, Critical Engagements, 2(2), pp.165-184.

Rees, C (2005) The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Violence, Tradition and the Politics of Morality in Martin McDonagh's 'The Lieutenant of Inishmore', New Theatre Quarterly, 21(1), pp.28-33, ISSN: 0266-464X. DOI: 10.1017/S0266464X04000314.

Rees, C (2005) How to stage globalisation? Martin McDonagh: An Irishman on TV, Contemporary Theatre Review, 16(1), pp.114-122, ISSN: 1048-6801. DOI: 10.1080/10486800500451062.



Books

Rees, C (2019) Contemporary British Drama, Red Globe Press/Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN: 9781137610270.

Rees, C (2017) Adaptation and Nation: Theatrical Contexts for Contemporary English and Irish Drama, Palgrave, ISBN: 978-1-137-42587-4. DOI: 10.1057/978-1-137-42587-4.

Rees, C and Wyllie, A (2017) The Plays of Harold Pinter, Palgrave, ISBN: 978-0230299641.

Rees, C (ed) (2016) Masculinity in Crisis: Depictions of Modern Male Trauma in Ireland, Carysfort, ISBN: 9781909325883.

Rees, C (2013) Martin McDonagh's The Beauty Queen of Leenane, Methuen, ISBN: 9781408173831.

Rees, C, (ed) (2013) Changes in Contemporary Ireland: Texts and Contexts, Cambridge Scholars, ISBN: 978-1443844727.



Chapters

Rees, C (2018) "Martin McDonagh's The Pillowman and the Postmodern Gothic". In Contemporary Gothic Drama Attraction, Consummation and Consumption on the Modern British Stage, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.61-73, ISBN: 9781349953585.

Rees, C (2016) "When two tribes go to war: The battle of the sexes in Gary Mitchell's post cease-fire dramatic battlefield". In Masculinity in Crisis: Depictions of Modern Male Trauma in Ireland, Carysfort, pp.15-27, ISBN: 9781909325883.

Rees, C (2015) "Masculinity and the Performance of Gendered Identities in the plays of Marie Jones". In McNulty, E and Maguire, T (ed) The Theatre of Marie Jones: Telling Stories from the Ground Up, Carysfort, pp.141-154, ISBN: 9781909325654.

Rees, C and Martindale, S (2013) ““It’s in Belgium”: Locating Ireland In Bruges”. In Changes in Contemporary Ireland: Texts and Contexts, Cambridge Scholars Press, pp.114-130, ISBN: 9781443844727.

Rees, C (2012) "Sarah Kane". In Sierz, A (ed) Modern British Playwriting: the 1990s, Methuen, pp.112-137, ISBN: 9781408129265.

Rees, C (2010) Theatrical Representations of Easter 1916 and Sir Roger Casement: Flags, walls and cats. In O'Malley-Younger, A and Strachan, J (ed) Ireland: Revolution and Evolution, Peter Lang, pp.167-83.

Rees, C (2010) 'Representing Acceptability: Power, Violence and Satire in Martin McDonagh's The Lieutenant of Inishmore'. In Lisa Fitzpatrick, (ed) Performing Violence in Contemporary Ireland, Carysfort, pp.85-103, ISBN: 9781904505440.

Rees, C (2010) The postnationalist crisis: Theatrical representations of Irish anxiety, identity and narrative in the plays of Martin McDonagh and Marie Jones. In Gilsenan, I and Llena, CZ (ed) Redefinitions of Irish Identity: A Postnationalist Approach, Peter Lang, pp.221-241, ISBN: 9783039115587.

Rees, C (2009) High Art or Popular Culture: Traumatic conflicts of representation and postmodernism in Pinter's The Dumb Waiter. In Brewer, EBMF (ed) Harold Pinter's The Dumb Waiter, Rodopi, pp.111-125, ISBN: 9789042025561.

Rees, C (2006) 'The Politics of Morality': Martin McDonagh's 'The Lieutenant of Inishmore'. In Chambers, L and Jordan, EE (ed) The Theatre of Martin McDonagh: A World of Savage Stories, Carysfort Press, pp.130-140, ISBN: 1904505198.



Internet Publications

Rees, C (2013) Harold Pinter's The Dumb Waiter.

Rees, C (2005) Sean O'Casey.

Rees, C (2005) Sean O'Casey's The Dublin Trilogy.

Rees, C (2004) Marina Carr.

Rees, C (2004) Martin McDonagh.



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