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Sarah Grandage

Lecturer in Drama, Performance and Language, Faculty of Arts

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Expertise Summary

BA (London), MA (Nottingham), PhD (Nottingham)

Areas of expertise: drama & performance (theory & practice), the language of drama, Shakespeare, adaptation & appropriation, stylistics

Teaching Summary

UG modules:

  • Q31501 Drama, Theatre, Performance
  • Q3109S Shakespeare's Histories
  • Q32504 Stanislavski to Stelarc: Performance Practice & Theory
  • Q32502 Shakespeare and Contemporaries on the Stage
  • Q33605 Language in the Limelight
  • Q33514 Contemporary Performance
  • Q33503 Theatre Making

PG modules:

  • Q34547 Early Performance Cultures
  • Q34209 Dramatic Discourse

Recent Publications

  • SARAH GRANDAGE, 2016. Shakespeare’s influence on language evolution. In: BRUCE R. SMITH, ed., The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare: Volume II: The World’s Shakespeare, 1660-Present Cambridge University Press. 1380-1387
  • SARAH GRANDAGE, 2016. Dramatic Discourse: On your imaginary forces work. In: VIOLETA SOTIROVA, ed., The Bloomsbury Companion to Stylistics Bloomsbury. 648-672
  • SARAH GRANDAGE and JULIE SANDERS, 2014. Shakespeare at a Distance. In: CHRISTIE CARSON and PETER KIRWAN, eds., Shakespeare and the Digtal World: Redefining Scholarship and Practice Cambridge University Press. 75-86
  • JOSÉ LUIS ONCINS MARTÍNEZ and SARAH GRANDAGE, 2011. Impoliteness Strategies and Wordplay in Shakespeare's Dramatic Dialogues. In: JOSÉ LUIS ONCINS MARTÍNEZ, MANUEL SÁNCHEZ GARCÍA and RAMÓN LÓPEZ ORTEGA, eds., Ensayos sobre Shakespeare/Essays on Shakespeare Universidad de Extremadura Servicio de Publicaciones. 215-228
  • SARAH GRANDAGE, 2016. Shakespeare’s influence on language evolution. In: BRUCE R. SMITH, ed., The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare: Volume II: The World’s Shakespeare, 1660-Present Cambridge University Press. 1380-1387
  • SARAH GRANDAGE, 2016. Dramatic Discourse: On your imaginary forces work. In: VIOLETA SOTIROVA, ed., The Bloomsbury Companion to Stylistics Bloomsbury. 648-672
  • SARAH GRANDAGE and JULIE SANDERS, 2014. Shakespeare at a Distance. In: CHRISTIE CARSON and PETER KIRWAN, eds., Shakespeare and the Digtal World: Redefining Scholarship and Practice Cambridge University Press. 75-86
  • JOSÉ LUIS ONCINS MARTÍNEZ and SARAH GRANDAGE, 2011. Impoliteness Strategies and Wordplay in Shakespeare's Dramatic Dialogues. In: JOSÉ LUIS ONCINS MARTÍNEZ, MANUEL SÁNCHEZ GARCÍA and RAMÓN LÓPEZ ORTEGA, eds., Ensayos sobre Shakespeare/Essays on Shakespeare Universidad de Extremadura Servicio de Publicaciones. 215-228
  • SARAH GRANDAGE, 2010. Imagining England: Contemporary Encodings of 'this sceptred isle'. In: WILLY MALEY and MARGARET TUDEAU-CLAYTON, eds., This England, That Shakespeare: New Angles on Englishness and the Bard Ashgate. 127-146
  • SARAH GRANDAGE, 2009. Dramatic Discourse. In: LOUISE CUMMINGS, ed., The Routledge Pragmatics Encyclopedia Routledge. 132-138
  • NORBERT SCHMITT, SARAH GRANDAGE and SVENJA ADOLPHS, 2004. Are Corpus-derived Recurrent Clusters Psycholinguistically Valid?. In: NORBERT SCHMITT, ed., Formulaic Sequences John Benjamins Press.

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