Lech, K. 2020. “Roughening up of the utterance” or “It’s not all mountains and sheep and Emily Dickinson.”: How contemporary practitioners test boundaries of verse drama? Coup de Théâtre. 34, pp. 161-179.
Lech, K. 2020. Claiming their voice: foreign memories on the post-Brexit British stage. in: Meerzon, Y., Dean, D. and McNeil, D. (ed.) Migration and stereotypes in performance and culture Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 215-234
Lech, K. 2019. Acting as the act of translation: domesticating and foreignizing strategies as part of the actor’s performance in the Irish-Polish production of bubble revolution. in: Meerzon, Y. and Pewny, K. (ed.) Routledge. pp. 39-50
Lech, K., Hoople, L., Abiker, K., Mitchell, M. and Mooney, P. 2017. Students as producers and active partners in enhancing equality and diversity: ‘culturosity’ at Canterbury Christ Church University. Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change. 3 (2). https://doi.org/10.21100/jeipc.v3i2.533
Lech, K. 2014. Metatheatre and the importance of Estrella in Calderón’s 'La vida es sueño' and its contemporary productions. Bulletin of the Comediantes. 66 (2), pp. 175-193. https://doi.org/10.1353/boc.2014.0036
Lech, K. 2014. Memory, Communism, and foreign words in Julia Holewińska’s Foreign Bodies: balancing foreignization and domesticating strategies in a production by Polish Theatre Ireland. Translation Ireland. 19 (2), pp. 37-48.