Andrews and Duggan, Co-Directors of Performing City Resilience, have published widely in books, academic articles, and professional publications. They have presented their work at conferences and bespoke events on the performance of city resilience.
Andrews (January 2020), Performing Home, Abingdon: Routledge.
Andrews and Duggan (2019), ‘Situation Rooms: Performing City Resilience in New Orleans’, Liminalities: A journal of performance studies, 15.1 Open Access.
Duggan (2019), ‘Rethinking Tourism: On the Politics and Practices of “Staging” New Orleans’. Performance Research, 24: 5 .
Duggan (2019), Performance Research, special issue: Staging the Wreckage, Vol 24, Issue 5. Taylor and Francis. Co-edited with Gianna Bouchard.
Duggan (2018), ‘On
Ignoring Risk’. Performance Research (100th issue), Taylor and Francis.
Andrews and Duggan (2018), ‘Performing City Resilience: A case study of New Orleans’, 100 Resilient Cities, News(https://100resilientcities.org/performing-city-resilience-case-study-new-orleans/) (invited submission).
Andrews (2017), ‘The Possibilities of Loneliness in a Changing World: Performing Place in Withdrawn’.Sagan, O. & Miller, E. (eds.), Narratives of Loneliness: Multidisciplinary Perspectives of the 21st Century, Abingdon: Routledge.
Duggan (Sept, 2017), ‘Unsettling the Audience: On the Politics, Ethics and Aesthetics of Anxiety in Contemporary Performance’, Key Words, Vol. 15, Spokesman Books.
Duggan (2017), ‘On the Radical Political Potential of Performance: witnessing, implication and ethics in representations of the Northern Irish Dirty Protests and Hunger Strikes (1976 – 1981)’, Contemporary Theatre Review, Vol 27, No 4, Taylor and Francis.
Andrews (2016), ‘The Art of Placemaking’ International Arts Manager, 12.2, pp. 12-13 (2016). Reduced open access version, Andrews, S. (2016) ‘Placemaking Demystified’ http://www.internationalartsmanager.com/uncategorized/placemaking-demystified.html.
Duggan (2016), Performing (for) Survival: Theatre, Crisis and Extremity, Palgrave Macmillan. Co-edited with Lisa Peschel.
Andrews (2015), ‘Surge, Sway and Yaw: Mooring Performances in The Boat Project and A Room for London’, Contemporary Theatre Review, 25.4, pp. 502-517.
Duggan (2012), Trauma-Tragedy: Symptoms of Contemporary Performance, Manchester University Press.
Duggan (2011), Performance Research, special issue: On Trauma, Vol 16, Issue 1. Taylor and Francis. Co- edited with Mick Wallis.
Duggan (2011), ‘Trauma and Performance: Maps, narratives and folds’, Performance Research, co-author with Mick Wallis, Vol 16, Issue 1, Taylor and Francis.
Duggan (2016), ‘”Dis-ease” and the Performance of Radical Resistance in the Maze Prison’. In Duggan, P. and Peschel, L., eds., Performing (for) Survival: Theatre, Crisis and Extremity. Palgrave Macmillan.
Andrews and Duggan (2018), ‘Processes and Practices for Performing City Resilience in a healthy city’, in Healthy City Design International, Creating Healthy Cities for All: Designing for Equity and Resilience. https://www.salus.global/article-show/processes-and-practices-for-performing-city-resilience-in-a-healthy-city
Duggan (2017), keynote presentation, ‘Attempting Conversations with the State: ‘Loose’ Performances of Radical Resistance’, at NUI Galway’s international conference “Political Theatre in Britain and Ireland Since 1950: the Legacies of John Arden and Margaretta D’Arcy”.
Andrews (2016), ‘Between the Woods and the Water: Performing loneliness in the context of environmental change’, Loneliness Symposium, UCLAN, Preston.
Andrews (2015), ‘Performing Homes Under Pressure: Artistic responses to empty homes’Histories of Home Subject Specialist Network, Homes Under Pressure, Geffrye Museum, London.
Duggan (2013), something-somewhere-amiss, performance script commissioned by Foundation & Trust (in conjunction with and part funded by CERN). Performed at Camberwell Film Studios.
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Resilience: This one-day conference and workshop brought artists, resilience professionals and civil engineers together with academics from across performance and cultural studies, engineering, sociology, psychology, environmental and human geography, literary studies, and business to explore new understandings and practices of city resilience. Funding secured through competitive application to University of Surrey’s Urban Living research theme. 30 delegates, January 2019.
The Arts and City Resilience in New Orleans: hosted at and part funded by the Contemporary Art Centre, New Orleans, this workshop brought together journalists, arts stakeholders, city planners and resilience professionals to explore what resilience meant in New Orleans and how the arts might contribute to new understandings and practices. 25 attendees, April 2018.