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Fragkou, M. 2021. ‘“Feeling feminism”: politics of mischief in contemporary women’s theatre’. in: Aragay, M., Middeke, M. and Delgado-Garcia, C. (ed.) Speaking of Affect(s) in Twenty-First Century Theatre Palgrave.
Fragkou, M. 2015. 'We are Athens' Precarious citizenships in Rimini Protokoll’s Prometheus in Athens (2010). in: Hager, P. and Zaroulia, M. (ed.) Performances of Capitalism, Crises and Resistance: Inside/Outside Europe Basingstoke Palgrave Macmillan.
Fragkou, M. and Hager, P. 2013. Staging London: participation and citizenship on the way to the 2012 Olympic Games. Contemporary Theatre Review: Special Issue on ‘The Cultural Politics of the Olympics: Performing Global Britishness'. 23 (4), pp. 532-541. https://doi.org/10.1080/10486801.2013.839172
Fragkou, M. and Goddard, L. 2013. Acting (in) action: staging human rights in Debbie Tucker Green’s Royal Court plays. in: Angelaki, V. (ed.) Contemporary British Theatre: Breaking New Ground Basingstoke Palgrave. pp. 145-166
Fragkou, M. 2012. Precarious subjects: ethics of witnessing and responsibility in the plays of Debbie Tucker Green. Performing Ethos: An International Journal of Ethics in Theatre and Performance. 3 (1), pp. 23-39. https://doi.org/10.1386/peet.3.1.23_1
Fragkou, M. 2010. Gender performativity, nomadic subjectivity and theatre: Phyllis Nagy’s Weldon Rising and The Strip. in: Jones, R. (ed.) Debating the Difference: Gender Representation and Self Representation Dundee University of Dundee.