Items where Author is "Philip, Susan"

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Philip, Susan (0022) Intracultural Explorations in Performance: Lloyd Fernando039;s ‘Scorpion Orchid’. SARJANA.

Philip, Susan (2013) Review of Sunil Nair, When All the Lights are Stripped Away. Asiatic: IIUM Journal of English Language and Literature, 6 (2). pp. 189-191.

Philip, Susan (2012) Community Theatre in the Absence of Community: The Taman Medan Project. Kajian Malaysia, 30. pp. 61-80.

Philip, Susan (2011) Review of Alfian Sa'at, Collected Plays Two. The Asian Boys Trilogy; Dreamplay. Asiatic: IIUM Journal of English Language and Literature, 5 (2). pp. 143-146.

Philip, Susan (2010) Embodiment and Reconstruction of Gender Roles in Leow Puay Tin\'s \'Family\'. Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 45 (1). pp. 75-95.

Philip, Susan (2009) Adrift on the Ocean: A Study of K. S. Maniam\'s Displaced Characters. Transforming Cultures., 4 (2). 29 - 50.

Philip, Susan (2009) Re-shaping Identity Through the Body: An Analysis of K.S. Maniam\'s The Sandpit: Womensis and Mark de Silva\'s Stories for Amah. Asiatic: IIUM Journal of English Language and Literature, 3 (2). pp. 69-87.

Philip, Susan (2008) Dismantling Gendered Nationalism in Kee Thuan Chye\'s We Could **** You, Mr. Birch. Asiatic: IIUM Journal of English Language and Literature, 2 (1). 83 - 96.

Philip, Susan (2007) Re-constituting Body and Family in \'Mergers and Accusations\'. 22 - 36.

Philip, Susan (2004) Diasporic Spaces in K. S. Maniam\'s The Sandpit: Womensis. Asian Theatre Journal, 21 (2). 177 - 186.

Philip, Susan (2004) Hybridity as Challenge to Authoritative Discourse in Huzir Sulaiman s Eight Plays. Southeast Asian Review of English (SARE), 45. 98 - 110.

Philip, Susan (2004) so many types, how can all be in the same category : Questioning Racial Boundaries in Mark de Silva s Stories for Amah. Australasian Drama Studies, 44. 96 - 112.

Philip, Susan (2002) I don t want East, I don t want West : Haresh Sharma s Rosnah. Southeast Asian Review of English (SARE),, 44. 94 - 107.

Philip, Susan (2001) Violence and Power-play as Central Motifs in Selected Works of John Osborne and Harold Pinter: An Overview. Tirai Panggung, 4. 38 - 55.

Philip, Susan (1999) Use of Historical Narrative in Kee Thuan Chye s We Could **** You, Mr. Birch. World Literature Written in English, 38 (1). 21 - 28.


Book Section

Philip, Susan (2013) Challenging Racial Categorisation Through Theatre: English Language Theatre in Malaysia. In: Theatre and Performance in Small Nations. Bristol, UK: Intellect; Chicago: Chicago UP, pp. 167-183. ISBN 978-1-84150-646-3

Philip, Susan (2009) Interculturalism in the Early Malaysian English Language Theatre. In: Sharing Borders: Studies in Contemporary Singaporean-Malaysian Literature. Writing Asia, Vol. 2. Singapore National Library Board and Singapore Arts Council, pp. 95-113.

Philip, Susan (2009) Kuo Pao Kun\\\'s \\\'Descendants of the Eunuch Admiral\\\' and the Myth of Modern Singapore. In: Indian Ocean Studies: Cultural, Social and Political Perspectives. Routledge, p. 224. ISBN 978-0-415-80390-8

Philip, Susan (2003) The Evolving Identity of Malaysian Indians: A Comparison of K. S. Maniam\'s The Cord and Allen Perera and Indi Nadarajah\'s Quid Pro Quo. In: Complicities: Connections and Divisions. Peter Lang, 189 - 198.


Philip, Susan (2008) Review of David Birch, Interlogue: Studies in Singapore Literature, Vol. 6. Haresh Sharma: The Cultural Politics of Playwriting in Contemporary Singapore. Asian Theatre Journal.

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