People

Dr Holly Maples

Senior Lecturer
East 15 Acting School
Dr Holly Maples

Profile

Qualifications

  • PhD in Theatre Trinity College Dublin, (2008)

  • MA in Theatre Studies University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, (2004)

  • BA Acting Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, (1999)

  • BA in English Literature Boston University, (1996)

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Senior Lecturer in Theatre, East 15 School of Acting, University of Essex (2/1/2020 - present)

  • Director of Post Graduate Research and Impact, East 15 School of Acting, University of Essex (20/1/2020 - present)

Other academic

  • Senior Lecturer in Theatre, Brunel University London, Goldsmiths University of London (1/10/2014 - 31/12/2019)

  • Lecturer in Drama, School of Literature, Drama, and Creative Writing, University of East Anglia (1/9/2007 - 30/9/2014)

Publications

Journal articles (3)

Maples, H., (2016). The Erotic Voyeur: Sensorial Spectatorship in Punchdrunk’s The Drowned Man. Journal of Contemporary Drama in English. 4 (1), 119-133

Maples, H., (2012). Embodying Resistance: Gendering Public Space in Ragtime Social Dance. New Theatre Quarterly. 28 (3), 243-259

Maples, H., (2011). Culture War

Books (1)

Maples, H., (2011). Culture War Conflict, Commemoration and the Contemporary Abbey Theatre. Peter Lang Pub Incorporated. 3034301375. 9783034301374

Book chapters (5)

Maples, H., (2012). Performing Cultural Trauma: The 1980 'A Sense of Ireland' Festival. In: Staging Thought: Essays on Irish Theatre, Practice and Scholarship. Editors: Trench, R., . Peter Lang. 978-3034308045

Maples, H., (2012). Producing memory: A history of commemoration and the Abbey theatre. In: Memory Ireland. 172- 183. 9780815632979

Maples, H., (2010). The Past is Myself: The Politics of Commemoration and the Irish National Theatre Society. In: Memory Ireland: Volume 1: History and Modernity. Editors: Frawley, O., . Syracuse University Press. 0815632509. 978-0815632504

Brady, S., Walsh, F. and Maples, H., (2009). Parading Multicultural Ireland: Identity Politics and National Agenda’s in the 2007 St. Patrick’s Festival. In: Performing at the Crossroads: Critical Essays on Performance Studies and Irish Culture. Palgrave. 237- 248. 978-0-230-21998-4

Maples, H., (2009). Parading Memory: The Production of Commemoration in Contemporary Ireland. In: Performance of Violence in Contemporary Ireland. Editors: Fitzpatrick, L., . Carysfort Press. 1904505449. 978-1904505440

Exhibitions (2)

Maples, H., Paston Footprints

Maples, H., Breaking the SIlence on Abolition and the Slave Trade

Other (1)

Maples, H., (2019).Viking: Discover the Legend Performances,Norwich Castle Musem

Grants and funding

2020

The Economic, Social, and Cultural impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Independent Arts Workers in the United Kingdom

Economic and Social Research Council

Contact

hm19531@essex.ac.uk

Location:

Southend Campus