Julie Holledge

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Background

Education:

  • PhD, Bristol University, UK. 1984.
  • BA Hons (1st Class), Bristol University, UK. 1972.

Positions held:

  • 2011-            Emeritus Professor Julie M. Holledge, Flinders University, Australia.
  • 2016-2017    Distinguished Professor, Research Institute for Digital Culture and Humanities (RIDCH), Open University of Hong Kong.
  • 2011-2017    Professor 2, Centre for Ibsen Studies, University of Oslo, Norway.
  • 2000-2011    Professor of Drama, Flinders University, Australia.
  • 1995-2000    Associate Professor of Drama, Flinders University, Australia.
  • 1985-1994    Senior Lecturer in Drama, Flinders University, Australia.
  • 1984-1985    Director, Troupe Theatre, Adelaide, Australia.
  • 1981-1983    Lecturer in Drama, Flinders University, Australia.
  • 1972-1978    Freelance Theatre Director and Actor in British theatre, London, UK.
Tags: Kultur, Performance, Women's theatre, Digital Humanities, Ibsen studies

Publications

Holledge, Julie. 2015. ‘Gurrya Ka Ghar: Part of a Global Tradition’. In Tees Aur Aik Saal: Gender Politics and Performance in South Asia, ed. by Sheema Kermani, Asif Farrukhi, and Kamran Asdar Ali (Karachi: Oxford University Press), 130-45.

Bollen, Jonathan and Julie Holledge. 2011. ‘Hidden Dramas: Cartographic Revelations in the World of Theatre Studies’. In Cartographies of Fictional Worlds. Special Issue, The Cartography Journal, 48.4, 226-36.

Holledge, Julie. 2011. ‘Sharing A Doll’s House with Islamic Neighbours’. In ‘Ibsen Intercultural: Nora’s Door Slamming Around the Globe, ed. by Antje Budde. Special Issue, Canadian Review of Comparative Literature 38.2, 154-71.

Holledge, Julie. 2010. ‘Pastor Hansen’s Confirmation Class: Religion, Freedom, and the Female Body in Et Dukkehjem’. Ibsen Studies 10.1, 3-16.

Holledge, Julie. 2010. ‘Seeing Nora in Your Mirror: The Role of Theatrical Characters in the Playing of Self’. In Ibsen and the Modern Self, ed. by Kwok-kan Tam, Terry Siu-han Yip, and Frode Helland (Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong Press), 204-23.

Bollen, Jonathan, Neal Harvey, Julie Holledge, and Glen McGillivray. 2009. ‘AusStage: eResearch in the Performing Arts’. Australasian Drama Studies 54, 178-94.

Holledge, Julie. 2008. ‘Addressing the Global Phenomenon of A Doll’s House: An Intercultural Intervention’. Ibsen Studies 8.1, 13-28.

Holledge, Julie, and Joanne Tompkins. 2000. Women's Intercultural Performance (London: Routledge).

Holledge, Julie. 2007. ‘Exile and the Elusive Qualities of Time’. In Staging International Feminisms, ed. by Elaine Ashton and Sue-Ellen Case (Chippenham: Palgrave Macmillan), 121-31.

Holledge, Julie. 2006. ‘O Gu: A Cross Cultural Case Study of Emotional Expression’. In Speical Issue, Contemporary Korean and Australian Theatre. Australasian Drama Studies 49, 76-88.

Holledge, Julie. 2006. ‘The Memory Museum: A 2001 “Sacred Site” for a Secular Society’. In Unstable Ground: Performance and the Politics of Place, ed. by Gay McAuley (Brussels: PIE Peter Lang).

Holledge, Julie. 2004. ‘Australian Performing Cyborgs’. Theatre Arts: Academic Journal 2, 66-70. Shanghai: Shanghai Theatre Academy.

Holledge, Julie and Mary Moore. 2001. ‘The Port Show’ Photographic essay (see list of directing credits below). In Body Show/s: Australian Viewings of Live Performance, ed. by Peta Tait. Monograph Series Australian Playwrights: 8 (Amsterdam: Rodopi).

Holledge, Julie, and Joanne Tompkins. 2000. Women's Intercultural Performance (London: Routledge).

Holledge, Julie. 1998. ‘Innocent Flowers, No More.....’. In The Routledge Reader in Gender and Performance, ed. by Lizbeth Goodman with Jane de Gay (London: Routledge).

Holledge, Julie, and Joanne Tompkins, eds. 1997. Performing Women/Performing Feminisms: Interviews with International Women Playwrights (St. Lucia: ADSA Texts).

Holledge, Julie, and Peta Tait, eds. 1995. Australian Feminist Studies 21 (Spring), Special Issue on Third International Women Playwrights’ Conference. Refereed Journal.

Holledge, Julie. 1995. ‘Performance Review: Third International Women Playwrights’ Conference’. Problems in Feminism. Special Issue, Theatre Journal 47.3 (October): 405.

Holledge, Julie. 1995. ‘“The Monster is still There”: An Interview with Fe Remotigue’. Special Issue on International Women’s Theatre, ed. by Julie Holledge, Peta Tait, and Tony Mitchell. Australasian Drama Studies 27 (October): 5-10.

Holledge, Julie. 1995. ‘“To Heal our Social Ills”: An Account of Community Theatre Practice in the Philippines’. Special Issue on International Women’s Theatre, ed. by Julie Holledge, Peta Tait, and Tony Mitchell. Australasian Drama Studies 27 (October): 11-16.

Holledge, Julie. 1994. ‘The Language of a Lover’. In Converging Realities: Feminism in Australian Theatre, ed. by Peta Tait (Sydney: Currency and Artmoves).

Tait, Peta, Julie Holledge, and Tony Mitchell, eds. 1994. Women Making Theatre for Social Change. Australasian Drama Studies 27 (October), Special Issue on International Women’s Theatre. Refereed Journal.

Holledge, Julie. 1993. ‘Dance Nights in Adelaide’. In John Romeril, ed. by Gareth Griffiths (Amsterdam: Rodopi).

Holledge, Julie. 1981. Innocent Flowers: Women in Edwardian Theatre (London: Virago).

Holledge, Julie. 1981. ‘The Lost Theatre’. Spare Rib Reader (London: Penguin).

  • Holledge, Julie (2016). The Ibsen-Labs Experiment: Five Rehearsal Rooms in Search of The Lady from the Sea, In Frode Helland & Julie Holledge (ed.),  Ibsen Between Cultures.  Novus Forlag.  ISBN 9788270998630.  Kapittel 1.  s 21 - 38
  • Helland, Frode & Holledge, Julie (2013). A Doll’s House as National Tradition: Understanding the Construction of Aesthetic Value, In Kjerstin Aukrust (ed.),  Assigning Cultural Values.  Peter Lang Publishing Group.  ISBN 9783631632987.  Artikkel.  s 165 - 190

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  • Helland, Frode & Holledge, Julie (ed.) (2016). Ibsen Between Cultures. Novus Forlag.  ISBN 9788270998630.  294 s.
  • Holledge, Julie; Helland, Frode; Tompkins, Joanne & Bollen, Jonathan (2016). A Global Doll’s House. Ibsen and Distant Visions. Palgrave Macmillan.  ISBN 9781137438980.  234 s.

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