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Dr Lazlo Pearlman

Senior Lecturer

Department: Arts

LazloresizLazlo Pearlman is a performance maker and theorist whose areas of interest and expertise are gender-, performance- and cultural-studies, queer theory, transgender studies, intersectional feminism and critical race theory. His practice specialisms are in solo performance, physical theatre, political cabaret and contemporary performance.

Campus Address

Squires 111 Northumbria University



Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • If you want to kiss her, kiss her! Gender and Queer Time in modern Meisner training, Pearlman, L., McLaughlin, D. 10 Sep 2020, In: Theatre, Dance and Performance Training
  • Queer Exceptions: Solo Performance in Neoliberal Times by Stephen GreerManchester: Manchester University Press, 2019, 264 pp, ISBN 9781526113696 (hardback), Pearlman, L. 2 Apr 2020, In: Contemporary Theatre Review
  • Fintan Walsh Queer Performance and Contemporary Ireland: Dissent and DisorientationLondon: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. 189 p. £58.00. ISBN: 978-1-137-53449-1., Pearlman, L. 1 Aug 2016, In: New Theatre Quarterly
  • Kisses Cause Trouble Le Vrai Spectacle: Queering the French, Frenching the Queer, Pearlman, L. 2016, Queer Dramaturgies, Palgrave Macmillan
  • ‘Dissemblage’ and ‘Truth Traps’: Creating Methodologies of Resistance in Queer Autobiographical Theatre, Pearlman, L. Mar 2015, In: Theatre Research International
  • Arts and Culture, Pearlman, L., Szeszycki-Truesdell, J., Lowrey, K. 10 Jul 2014, Trans Bodies, Trans Selves, Oxford University Press

Qualifications

Theatre and Performance Practice PhD May 01 2019


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