Writing & Research

Teaching the Holocaust in Drama (Consultant; 2016): An educational guide for teachers, published by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET). http://www.het.org.uk/images/downloads/Resources/Teaching_the_Holocaust_in_Drama.pdf

Should we freeze out the skater behind the ‘Holocaust on ice’? (December 2016) History to the Public. http://historytothepublic.org/freeze-skater-behind-holocaust-ice/

‘The Hitler in Ourselves’? The Case for Holocaust Theatre (October 2016) History to the Public. http://historytothepublic.org/hitler-ourselves-holocaust-theatre/

“It’s a Novel, Not an Affidavit: The Case of The Tattooist of Auschwitz” in “The Tattooist of Auschwitz and the Trivialisation of the Holocaust: A Roundtable Discussion” (Láníček, Mitschke, Hirsh and Shields), Australian Journal of Jewish Studies. Ed. Jan Láníček and Jennifer Creese. Volume XXXII; 2019. http://www.aajs.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/AJJSvol32_Hirsh_Lanicek_Mitschke_Shields_2-20.pdf

“Have We Found Anne Frank? A Critical Analysis of Theater Amsterdam’s Anne,” Contemporary Approaches to Adaptation in Theatre. Ed. Kara Reilly. Palgrave Macmillan, December 2017. https://www.palgrave.com/gb/book/9781137597823

“Entangled Memories and the Combatting of ‘Holocaust Fatigue’? Contrasting the Approaches of Anglo-American ‘Holocaust Cabaret’,” Entangled Memories: Remembering the Holocaust in a Global Age. Ed. Marius Henderson and Julia Lange. Universitätsverlag Winter (UWH), December 2017. https://www.winter-verlag.de/en/detail/978-3-8253-7658-1/Henderson_ea_Eds_Entangled_Memories_PDF/

“The Sacred, the Profane and the Space In Between: Site-Specific Performance at Auschwitz,” Tracing Topographies: Revisiting the Concentration Camps Seventy Years after the Liberation of Auschwitz. Ed. Joanne Pettitt and Vered Weiss. Routledge, June 2017. https://www.routledge.com/Tracing-Topographies-Revisiting-the-Concentration-Camps-Seventy-Years/Pettitt-Weiss/p/book/9780367220167

*The above chapter is also available as a journal article: “The Sacred, the Profane and the Space In Between: Site-Specific Performance at Auschwitz,” Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History. Ed. Joanne Pettitt and Vered Weiss. Issue 22: 2/3; February 2016. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17504902.2016.1148877?src=recsys&journalCode=rhos20

Bent and the Staging of the Queer Holocaust Experience,” History, Memory, Performance. Ed. David Dean, Yana Meerzon and Kathryn Prince. Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. https://www.palgrave.com/gb/book/9781137393883

Other Blogs:

“The Problem of Distance, Saving Humans, The Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS), University of Birmingham. 21 November 2013.