Items where Creator is "Jones, Kelly"

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Jones, Kelly (2015) "It’s all a bit Harry Potter”: the bard, the Doctor and the cultural TARDIS in Doctor Who: the Shakespeare Code. The Journal of Popular Culture, 48 (2). pp. 240-251. ISSN 0022-3840

Jones, Kelly (2012) Authorized absence: theatrical representations of authorship in three contemporary ghost plays. Studies in Theatre and Performance, 32 (2). pp. 165-177. ISSN 1468-2761

Jones, Kelly (2011) Professing the paranormal: The corpus of the academy in Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman’s 'Ghost Stories'. Horror Studies, 2 (1). pp. 145-157. ISSN 2040-3275

Poore, Ben and Jones, Kelly (2009) Introduction to 'Swing your razor wide ...': Sweeney Todd and other (Neo-)Victorian criminalities. Neo-Victorian Studies, 2 (1). pp. 1-16. ISSN UNSPECIFIED

Jones, Kelly (2006) Between nature and eternity: (present)ing absence in theatrical representations of Shakespeare as the ghost of Hamlet. Consciousness, Literature and the Arts, 8 (3). ISSN 1470-5648

Book Section

Jones, Kelly (2016) Adaptations of 'liveness' in theatrical representations of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. In: Adapting Frankenstein: the monster's eternal lives in popular culture. Manchester University Press. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Poore, Benjamin and Jones, Kelly (2010) "Every little movement has a meaning of its own": crises of category in English theatre cultures, 1890-1914. In: Origins of English Dramatic Modernism 1870-1914. Academica Press, pp. 7-30. ISBN 9781933146669

Jones, Kelly (2009) "The quick and the dead": performing the poet Gower in 'Pericles'". In: Shakespeare and the middle ages: essays on the performance and adaptation of the plays with medieval sources or settings. McFarland, pp. 201-214. ISBN 9780786434053

Jones, Kelly (2007) Dis-playing history: the case of Shakespeare’s Globe. In: Divining thoughts: future directions in Shakespeare studies. Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle, pp. 88-97. ISBN 1847183794

Thesis

Rush, Adam Christopher and Jones, Kelly and Dean, Rob (2017) Recycled culture: the significance of intertextuality in twenty-first century musical theatre. PhD thesis, University of Lincoln.

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