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Dr Jatinder Verma

Visiting Professor, Royal Holloway College, London


BA, MA, Honorary Doctor of Arts, DeMontfort University, Leicester, Honorary Doctor of Arts and Letters, Exeter University
Visiting Professor, Royal Holloway College, London
Also: Artistic Director, Tara Arts (Asian Theatre Company)
Areas: Cross-cultural theatre, where Indian and other Asian theatre sensibilities engage with European drama. The bonding of British, Asian and European cultures through the arts
Research: Numerous theatre productions, including at the National Theatre; radio documentaries and drama; television productions; regular contributor to radio and TV arts and current affairs programmes
Publications: Sorry, No Saris! in ‘Theatre in a Cool Climate’ ed. V. Gottlieb and C. Chambers. Amber Lane Press (2000). Mourning Diana, Asian style in ‘Mourning Diana, Nation, Culture and the Performance of Grief’ ed. A. Kear and D.L. Steinberg, Routledge (1999). Binglishing the Stage: A Generation of Asian Theatre in England, in ‘Theatre Matters’ ed. R. Boon and J. Plastow, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1998). The Challenge of Binglish in ‘Analysing Performance’, ed P. Campbell, Manchester: Manchester University Press (1996). In contact with the Gods in ‘Directors Talk Theatre’ ed M M Delgado and P Heritage, Manchester: Manchester University Press (1996)

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