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Dr Sarah Dustagheer researches playwriting, performance and theatre space in early modern London, as well as contemporary Shakespearean performance. She completed her postgraduate work at King’s College London and Shakespeare’s Globe. She is the co-author of Shakespeare in London (Arden Shakespeare, 2015) and has published in Moving Shakespeare Indoors (Cambridge University Press, 2014), Shakespeare Jahrbuch, Literature Compass and The Shakespeare Encyclopaedia: The Complete Guide to the Man and His Works (London: Apple Press, 2009). She is currently preparing her first book, Shakespeare’s Playhouses: Repertory and Theatre Space at the Globe and the Blackfriars, 1599-1613 for publication. Before joining the University of Kent, Sarah has been a Globe Education Lecturer, Lecturer in Early Modern English at King’s and associate lecturer at the Central School of Speech and Drama; she has taught short courses on Shakespeare and performance in India and Germany. Sarah has written for London’s City Hall blog, the Shakespearean London Theatres Project blog (www.shalt.org), Exeunt Online Theatre Magazine and the RSC myshakespeare blog. She has delivered public talks at Shakespeare’s Globe, the National Theatre, the Royal Opera House and The Marlowe Theatre. Sarah is a member of Shakespeare’s Globe Architectural Research Group, an association tasked with advising on the maintenance of the Globe and the construction of the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.

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Publications

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Book
Crawforth, H., Dustagheer, S. and Young, J. (2015). Shakespeare in London. [Online]. Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare. Available at: http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/shakespeare-in-london-9781472573728/.
Book section
Dustagheer, S. (2014). Appendix: List of plays performed indoors, 1575-1642. in: Gurr, A. and Karim-Cooper, F. eds. Moving Shakespeare Indoors. Cambridge University Press.
Dustagheer, S. (2014). Chapter 8: Visual and Acoustic Practices. in: Gurr, A. and Karim-Cooper, F. eds. Moving Shakespeare Indoors. Cambridge University Press.
Dustagheer, S. (2011). Our Scene is London. in: The Alchemist and urban underworlds at the Blackfriars playhouse. Shakespeare Jahrbuch 147, pp. 94-104.
Dustagheer, S. (2009). Richard III. in: The Shakespeare Encyclopaedia: The Complete Guide to the Man and His Works. Apple Press.
Dustagheer, S. (2009). All’s Well That Ends Well. in: Cousins, T. ed. The Shakespeare Encyclopaedia: The Complete Guide to the Man and His Works. Apple Press.
Article
Dustagheer, S. (2013). Shakespeare and "Spatial Turn". Literature Compass [Online] 10:570-581. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/lic3.12068.
Review
Dustagheer, S. (2012). Review of Actors and Acting in Shakespeare’s Time. The Bulletin of the Society for Renaissance Studies 29:36-38.
Total publications in KAR: 8 [See all in KAR]
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