Dr Anselm Heinrich

  • Senior Lecturer in Theatre Studies (Theatre, Film and Television Studies)

telephone: 0141 3306804
email: Anselm.Heinrich@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Head of Subject Area (Theatre Studies)

Office hours: Thursday 10-12pm

Research Interests

German and British theatre history, especially regional and national theatres, audiences and repertoires, issues of funding, censorship, and propaganda. Anselm is also interested in contemporary German and British playwriting, comparative approaches in historiography, the arts during the Weimar Republic and the Third Reich in Germany, artists in exile (1933-1945), theatre in Victorian and Edwardian Britain, cultural policy, and dramaturgy.

Biography

Dr Anselm Heinrich is Lecturer and Head of Theatre Studies. Born in 1971 in Bühl in southern Germany and brought up in the Westphalian town of Schwerte he studied English, History and Pedagogy in Münster and graduated with the Staatsexamen and an MA. He then embarked on a PhD at the University of Hull. Anselm subsequently worked as a teaching assistant (Lektor) in Modern Languages at the University of Hull and then as a Research Associate at Lancaster University before moving to Glasgow in 2006. He has published on various aspects of British and German history, and has also worked as a translator. Anselm passionately supports Borussia Dortmund, plays football (badly) and the drums (mediocre), but loves doing both.

Research Projects

European theatre under German occupation during World War II: international and interdisciplinary project which will specifically look at those theatres under German occupation, which were run as German language playhouses. Such theatres were founded all over Europe in countries occupied by the Germans with clear propagandistic aims and a political role behind the front line. First article publication on the “Theater zu Litzmannstadt” coming out shortly with Theatre History Studies, and book proposal to Routledge currently being considered. Research funding from RSE received for research in 2010, application for larger grant from AHRC planned for 2014.

Dramaturgy, performance and politics in pre- and post- 1989 East Germany:the cooperation between Alexander Weigel and Heiner Müller at the Deutsches Theater Berlin. The project will particularly discuss their work on three productions: The Scab (1988), Hamletmachine (1989/90) and Mauser (1991). The focus will be on the dramaturgical processes of the team Weigel-Müller with respect to these three productions (widely regarded as Müller's most influential) and in the context of radical political change outside of the theatre. Interviews, archival research, publications. Successful funding application to Carnegie Trust.

The reception of Shakespeare in Nazi Germany: The reception of Shakespeare in Nazi Germany: international and interdisciplinary research project, large grant application envisaged (AHRC or ERC). This project will look at a number of plays (Merchant of Venice, Hamlet, Antony and Cleopatra, Macbeth, Richard III, Taming of the Shrew) and investigate to what extent Nazi propaganda put claims on these and Shakespeare more generally. The project will bring together international experts on the topic including Dr. Gerwin Strobl (University of Cardiff), Prof. Dr. Konrad Dussel (Universität Mannheim), and Dr Andrew Bonnell (University of Queensland, Australia). Conference, monograph and collection of essays planned as outputs.

 


Grants

  • Carnegie Trust research award (2012) £1,200
  • Erasmus Staff Mobility grants, Freie Universität Berlin (2011, 2013) €3,000
  • German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Senior Study Visit research award (2010) €1,900
  • Royal Society of Edinburgh research award (2009) €1,700

Teaching

Teaching (undergraduate)

  • Level 1: lectures on “Theatre and Society in 20th century Germany”
  • Level 2: lectures on ancient Greek theatre, German classical theatre, postmodern practitioners (Heiner Müller, Pina Bausch in particular)
  • Level 2 performance project (second semester) on Antigone
  • Honours option: “Modern German Theatre”
  • Honours option: “Issues in Victorian and Edwardian Theatre”


Teaching (postgraduate)

  • MLitt in Dramaturgy and Playwriting: Debating Dramaturgy I (core course)
  • PG Research Methods
  • Anselm is co-convenor of the MLitt in Theatre History

Additional Information

Administration

In 2011 Anselm has taken on the role of Head of Theatre Studies.

He sits on the School’s Management Team and the School’s Learning and Teaching Committee.

He is also Theatre Studies’ Study Abroad and International Exchange Convenor. He would like to hear from prospective international students thinking about spending a year in Glasgow. He is also the first port of call for Glasgow Theatre Studies students intending to study abroad. Everyone interested in our ERASMUS exchanges with Berlin’s Free University and the University of Stockholm should also contact Anselm.

Previous convening roles included:
- Level 2 Course Convenor
- Junior Honours Convenor (2006-09)
- TFTS Learning and Teaching Committee (2007-09)

External Responsibilities

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (www.heacademy.ac.uk)
  • Chairman of the Academic Advisory Council of Thalia Germanica (www.sfu.ca/thalia-germanica)
  • Member of the executive committee of the Society for Theatre Research (www.str.org.uk)
  • Member of the German History Society (www.germanhistorysociety.org.uk)
  • Member of TaPRA (Theatre and Performance Research Association, www.tapra.org)
  • Associate Member of the Ruskin Library and Research Centre at Lancaster University (www.lancs.ac.uk/fass/ruskin/)
  • Reader of article submissions for Nineteenth-Century Contexts, History Compass, Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance, Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film, International Review of Scottish Studies, Portal reviewer for e-journal Portal and for the Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance
  • External Examiner for MA Performance Research in the Drama Department, University of Bristol, and for BA Drama programme at Goldsmiths, University of London

Other Publications / Forthcoming Publications

Forthcoming:

  • “Performance for Imagined Communities: Gladstone, the National Theatre and Contested Didactics of the Stage.” Politics, Performance and Popular Culture: Theatre and Society in Nineteenth-Century England. Katherine Newey and Peter Yeandle, eds. Manchester: Manchester University Press
  • “Theater im Ruhrgebiet 1871-1945” (forthcoming publication with LiThes)
  • “Theatre in Łódź under German Occupation during the Second World War.” (accepted for publication by Theatre History Studies, vol. 34 (2014))

Selected Reviews and Review Articles:

  • “Politics and the Arts”. Review article of Der “Reichsdramaturg”. Rainer Schlösser und die Musiktheater- Politik in der NS- Zeit, Boris von Haken; and Bühnen der Politik. Die Oper in europäischen Gesellschaften im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert, Sven Oliver Mueller, Jutta Toelle, Eds. Bulletin des Deutschen Historischen Instituts London 31, no. 1 (2009): 74-82.
  • Queen Victoria and the Theatre of her Age, by Richard Schoch. Nineteenth Century Contexts 29.1 (2007): 63-66.
  • Das Kulturlexikon zum Dritten Reich. Wer war was vor und nach 1945, by Ernst Klee. Review for H-Soz-Kult (May 2007)
  • Hanns Johst: “Der Barde der SS”, by Rolf Düsterberg. Bulletin of the German Historical Institute London 28, no. 2 (2006): 100-105.
  • Arts in Exile in Britain 1933-1945, by Shulmatith Behr and Marian Malet, eds. Review for www.theaterforschung.de (July 2006)
  • Regular reviewer for Studies in Theatre and Performance, New Theatre Quarterly, Bulletin of the German Historical Institute London, Modern Languages Review, H-Net German, H-Soz-u-Kult, and www.theaterforschung.de

Selected Conference Papers

  • Invited speaker at symposia organised by the Berlin Wissenschaftszentrum: papers on subsidies to the performing arts, and perceptions of theatre in Germany and Britain (2011 and 2013)
  • “Germanification, Cultural Mission, Holocaust: Theatre in Łódź during WWII”, invited speaker at international conference Łódź (2012)
  • “Gladstone, the National Theatre and Contested Didactics of the Stage”, Politics, Performance and Popular Culture in Nineteenth-Century Britain conference, University of Birmingham (2012)
  • “CEMA and Regional Theatre, 1940-1945”, Regional Spaces, National Stages: Performance beyond London 1945-2010 conference, University of Reading (2010)
  • “Nazi Thing Theatre”, Germania Remembered 1500-2009 conference, University of London (2009)
  • “Dream Palaces – Regional Theatres in Britain and Germany at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century”, The Cultural Industries in the Late Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: Britain and Germany Compared conference, German Historical Institute London (2009)
  • “New Readings of Germany’s Classical Theatre”, Georgian Theatre conference in Richmond (September 2008)
  • York Memories – oral history and regional theatre”, SIBMAS theatre conference in Glasgow (2008)
  • “Theatre in Britain during the Second World War”, Society for Theatre Research lecture series (2007)
  • “John Ruskin and the Development of the National Theatre”, Life Writing conference, Lancaster University (2005)
  • “Münster’s Theatre During the Third Reich”, Connecting Cultures conference, University of Kent (2004)
  • “York’s Theatre Royal Between 1877 and 1945”, Shifting Scenes: Theatre Histories Beyond London conference, University of Manchester (2003)
  • “Theatre Émigrés in Britain 1933-1945”, Thalia Germanica conference, Riga (2003)
  • “Contemporary German Theatre and Drama”, invited to panel on contemporary European plays and playwrights at Festival of Contemporary European Plays in Huddersfield (2002)

Anselm has organised a conference on Ruskinian Theatre. The Victorian Theatre and the Visual Arts at Lancaster University in 2006. He was also part of the team which organised TaPRA 2013 (with Royal Conservatoire of Scotland).

Anselm has featured on the Goethe- Institut’s “Meet the Germans” project featuring Germans living abroad (www.goethe.de/ins/gb/lp/prj/mtg/gar/hei/deindex.htm). He has appeared on BBC Radio Scotland, and BBC Humberside (Radio and Television).

Anselm is also a translator. He has worked for different companies and organisations, including the University of Hull, and has done translations for Carolyne Choa- Minghella (film script of The Wisdom of Crocodiles, as shown in cinemas) and for Theatresearch. He has translated Sarah- Jane Dickinson’s play Not Yet for the Goethe- Institut.

His cooperation with the Goethe Institut Glasgow (http://www.goethe.de/ins/gb/gla/deindex.htm) in particular has led to a number of events including a panel discussion on dramaturgy (with Maja Zade from the Berlin Schaubühne), talks by Alexander Weigel (long standing dramaturge at the Berlin Deutsches Theater) and an illustrated lecture by Robert Sturm, artistic director of the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch.


Publications

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2017

Heinrich, A. (2017) Patronizing the national stage. In: Emeljanow, V. (ed.) War and Theatrical Innovation. Series: Palgrave studies in theatre and performance history. Palgrave: London, pp. 161-178. ISBN 9781137602244 (doi:10.1057/978-1-137-60225-1_9)

Heinrich, A. (2017) Theatre in Europe under German Occupation. Routledge: Abingdon ; New York. ISBN 9781138799523

2016

Heinrich, A. (2016) A History of the Berliner Ensemble, by David Barnett. Theatre Research International, 41(1), pp. 85-86. (doi:10.1017/S0307883315000644) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2016) Performance for imagined communities: Gladstone, the national theatre and contested didactics of the stage. In: Yeandle, P., Newey, K. and Richards, J. (eds.) Politics, Performance and Popular Culture: Theatre and Society in Nineteenth-Century Britain. Series: Studies in popular culture. MUP: Manchester, pp. 96-110. ISBN 9780719091698

2015

Heinrich, A. (2015) Jacques Offenbach, Le Contes d'Hoffmann. English Touring Opera programme note, pp. 40-42.

Heinrich, A. (2015) Hans-Thies Lehmann, Tragoedie und dramatisches Theater. New Theatre Quarterly, 31(3), pp. 295-296. (doi:10.1017/S0266464X15000597) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2015) Franz Arnold or Friedrich Schiller? the dramatic and musical contribution from German- speaking countries to the programme of the Theatre Royal in York, 1914-1945. In: Ulrich, P., Dahlberg, G. and Fassel, H. (eds.) Im Spiegel der Theatergeschichte = In the Mirror of Theatre History. Series: Thalia Germanica (15). LIT Verlag: Muenster, pp. 283-294. ISBN 9783643132741

Heinrich, A. (2015) Land of hope and glory? the emigration of German- speaking theatre artists to Britain 1933-1945. In: Ulrich, P., Dahlberg, G. and Fassel, H. (eds.) Im Spiegel der Theatergeschichte = In the Mirror of Theatre History. Series: Thalia Germanica (15). LIT Verlag: Muenster, pp. 314-322. ISBN 9783643132741

Heinrich, A. (2015) Reclaiming Shakespeare 1914-1918. In: Maunder, A. (ed.) British Theatre and the Great War, 1914-1919: New Perspectives. Palgrave: Basingstoke, pp. 65-80. ISBN 9781137401991

Heinrich, A. (2015) Sven Oliver Müller, Das Publikum macht die Musik: Musikleben in Berlin, London und Wien im 19. Jahrhundert. Bulletin of the German Historical Institute London, 37(1), pp. 99-103. [Book Review]

2014

Heinrich, A. (2014) Germanification, cultural mission, holocaust: theatre in Łódź during World War II. Theatre History Studies, 33(1), pp. 83-107. (doi:10.1353/ths.2014.0023)

Heinrich, A. (2014) The theatrical public sphere, by Christopher B. Balme. Scottish Journal of Performance, 2(1), pp. 109-113. (doi:10.14439/sjop.2014.0201.07) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2014) Review of: Claire Cochrane. Twentieth-Century Britain: Industry, Art and Empire. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. Theatre Research International, 39(3), pp. 234-235. (doi:10.1017/S0307883314000224) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2014) Review of Jost Hermand, Culture in Dark Times: Nazi Fascism, Inner Emigration, and Exile. New York: Berghahn, 2013. Bulletin of the German Historical Institute London, 36(1), pp. 105-109. [Book Review]

2013

Heinrich, A. (2013) Review of Laura Bradley, Cooperation and Conflict: GDR Theatre Censorship, 1961-1989. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. Theatre Research International, 38(2), pp. 170-171. (doi:10.1017/S030788331300014X) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2013) Review of Rebecca Rovit, The Jewish Kulturbund Theatre Company in Nazi Berlin. Iowa: University of Iowa Press, 2012. New Theatre Quarterly, 29(2), pp. 203-204. (doi:10.1017/S0266464X1300033X) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2013) Germania on stage – Nazi Thing theatre. In: Lee, C. and McLelland, N. (eds.) Germania Remembered 1500-2009: Commemorating and Inventing a Germanic Past. Arizona State University: Temple, AZ, pp. 273-288. ISBN 9780866984737

2012

Heinrich, A. (2012) Review of Christoph H. Mueller, West Germans Against the West: Anti-Americanism in Media and Public Opinion in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1949-1969. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 20(4), pp. 550-552. (doi:10.1080/14782804.2012.737675) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2012) Brüche und Kontinuitäten Theater im „Dritten Reich“ und in der Bundesrepublik.

Heinrich, A. (2012) Theater in der Region: Westfalen und Yorkshire 1918 bis 1945. Series: Forschungen zur Regionalgeschichte, 70. Schoeningh: Paderborn. ISBN 9783506776310

Heinrich, A. (2012) Himmelseher, Birgit. Das Weimarer Hofheater unter Goethes Leitung. Kunstanspruch und Kulturpolitik im Konflikt. Theatre Research International, 37(3), pp. 285-286. (doi:10.1017/S0307883312000600) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2012) 'It is Germany where he truly lives': Nazi claims on Shakespearean drama. New Theatre Quarterly, 28(3), pp. 230-242. (doi:10.1017/S0266464X12000425)

Heinrich, A. (2012) Theater and Holocaust: review of Plunka, Gene A., Holocaust Drama: The Theater of Atrocity. H-Net Reviews, [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2012) Dream palaces: Regional theatres in Britain and Germany at the turn of the nineteenth century. In: Eisenberg, C. and Gestrich, A. (eds.) Cultural Industries in Britain and Germany: sport, music and entertainment from the eighteenth to the twentieth century. Series: Beitrage zur England-Forschung (65). Wissner- Verlag: Augsburg, pp. 64-76. ISBN 9783896398659

Heinrich, A. (2012) Gioachino Rossini, The Barber of Seville [Programme Note for English Touring Opera]. pp. 12-15.

Heinrich, A. (2012) Review of: West Germans against the West: anti-Americanism in media and public opinion in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1949-1969, by Christoph H. Mueller. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 20(4), pp. 550-552. (doi:10.1080/14782804.2012.737675) [Book Review]

2011

Heinrich, A. (2011) Rossol, Nadine, Performing the Nation in Interwar Germany. Sport, Spectacle and Political Symbolism, 1926-36. New Theatre Quarterly, 27(2), pp. 197-198. (doi:10.1017/S0266464X11000364) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2011) William Gladstone and the theatre. Theatre Survey, 52(1), pp. 83-103. (doi:10.1017/S004055741100007X)

Heinrich, A. (2011) Williams, Simon and Maik Hamburger, A History of German Theatre. New Theatre Quarterly, 27(2), pp. 196-197. (doi:10.1017/S0266464X11000352) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2011) Seriously Funny. Pitlochry Festival Theatre 60th Anniversary Season Programme 2011, pp. 36-37.

2010

Heinrich, A. (2010) Theatre in Britain during the Second World War. New Theatre Quarterly, 26(1), pp. 61-70. (doi:10.1017/S0266464X10000060)

Heinrich, A. (2010) “York Memories”: oral history and regional theatre. In: Leclercq, N., Rossion, L. and Jones, A. (eds.) Capturing the Essence of Performance: The Challenges of Intangible Heritage. Peter Lang, pp. 321-330. ISBN 9789052016375

2009

Heinrich, A. (2009) Review article: Boris von Haken, Der ‘Reichsdramaturg'; Sven Olivier Müller and Jutta Toelle (eds.), Bühnen der Politik: Die Oper in europäischen Gesellschaften im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. German Historical Institute London Bulletin, 31(1), pp. 74-83. [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2009) Ruskin and the national theatre. In: Heinrich, A., Newey, K. and Richards, J. (eds.) Ruskin, the Theatre and Victorian Visual Culture. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK, pp. 97-113. ISBN 9780230200593

Heinrich, A., Newey, K. and Richards, J. (Eds.) (2009) Ruskin, the theatre and Victorian visual culture. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780230200593

2008

Heinrich, A. (2008) Theatre. In: Warwick, A. and Willis, M. (eds.) The Victorian Literature Handbook. Series: Literature and culture handbooks. Continuum: London, UK, pp. 85-87. ISBN 9780826495761

2007

Heinrich, A. (2007) The forgotten century: York's Theatre Royal between 1803 and 1911. Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film, 34(1), pp. 35-44.

Heinrich, A. (2007) Entertainment, Propaganda, Education. Regional Theatre in Germany and Britain Between 1918 and 1945. University of Hertfordshire Press. ISBN 9781902806754

Heinrich, A. (2007) Erbauung und Unterhaltung. Das Dortmunder Stadttheater zwischen 1933 und 1945. In: Hoegl, G. and Schlip, T. (eds.) Beitrage zur Geschichte Dortmunds und der Graftschaft Mark. Klartext Verlag, pp. 293-322. ISBN 3898617459

2006

Heinrich, A. (2006) Shakespeare and Kolbenheyer. Regional theatre during the Third Reich - a case study. Theatre Research International, 31(3), pp. 221-234. (doi:10.1017/S0307883306002197)

2005

Heinrich, A. (2005) Curt Goetz and Friedrich Schiller. The theatres of German speaking emigrés in London between 1938 and 1945. In: Fassel, H., Leyko, M. and Ulrich, P.S. (eds.) Polen und Europa: Deutschsprachiges Theater in Polen und Deutsches Minderheitentheater in Europa. Series: Thalia Germanica (6). Lódz University Press: Lódz, Poland. ISBN 9788371718281

2004

Heinrich, A. (2004) Hitler, Oktoberfest und Wembley. Als deutscher historiker an einer Britischen Universität. Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, 52, pp. 915-918.

2002

Heinrich, A. (2002) Beckenbauer. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Football. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Goebbels. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Goethe-Institut. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Hitler. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Munich Treaty. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Reichstagsbrand. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Räterepublik/Revolution 1918/19. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Second World War. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Third Reich. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Weimar Republic. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) The making of the Civic Theatre. The history of the Theatre Royal between 1744 and 1945. York Historian, 19, pp. 74-99.

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Number of items: 54.

Articles

Heinrich, A. (2015) Jacques Offenbach, Le Contes d'Hoffmann. English Touring Opera programme note, pp. 40-42.

Heinrich, A. (2014) Germanification, cultural mission, holocaust: theatre in Łódź during World War II. Theatre History Studies, 33(1), pp. 83-107. (doi:10.1353/ths.2014.0023)

Heinrich, A. (2012) Brüche und Kontinuitäten Theater im „Dritten Reich“ und in der Bundesrepublik.

Heinrich, A. (2012) 'It is Germany where he truly lives': Nazi claims on Shakespearean drama. New Theatre Quarterly, 28(3), pp. 230-242. (doi:10.1017/S0266464X12000425)

Heinrich, A. (2012) Gioachino Rossini, The Barber of Seville [Programme Note for English Touring Opera]. pp. 12-15.

Heinrich, A. (2011) William Gladstone and the theatre. Theatre Survey, 52(1), pp. 83-103. (doi:10.1017/S004055741100007X)

Heinrich, A. (2011) Seriously Funny. Pitlochry Festival Theatre 60th Anniversary Season Programme 2011, pp. 36-37.

Heinrich, A. (2010) Theatre in Britain during the Second World War. New Theatre Quarterly, 26(1), pp. 61-70. (doi:10.1017/S0266464X10000060)

Heinrich, A. (2007) The forgotten century: York's Theatre Royal between 1803 and 1911. Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film, 34(1), pp. 35-44.

Heinrich, A. (2006) Shakespeare and Kolbenheyer. Regional theatre during the Third Reich - a case study. Theatre Research International, 31(3), pp. 221-234. (doi:10.1017/S0307883306002197)

Heinrich, A. (2004) Hitler, Oktoberfest und Wembley. Als deutscher historiker an einer Britischen Universität. Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft, 52, pp. 915-918.

Heinrich, A. (2002) The making of the Civic Theatre. The history of the Theatre Royal between 1744 and 1945. York Historian, 19, pp. 74-99.

Books

Heinrich, A. (2017) Theatre in Europe under German Occupation. Routledge: Abingdon ; New York. ISBN 9781138799523

Heinrich, A. (2012) Theater in der Region: Westfalen und Yorkshire 1918 bis 1945. Series: Forschungen zur Regionalgeschichte, 70. Schoeningh: Paderborn. ISBN 9783506776310

Heinrich, A. (2007) Entertainment, Propaganda, Education. Regional Theatre in Germany and Britain Between 1918 and 1945. University of Hertfordshire Press. ISBN 9781902806754

Book Sections

Heinrich, A. (2017) Patronizing the national stage. In: Emeljanow, V. (ed.) War and Theatrical Innovation. Series: Palgrave studies in theatre and performance history. Palgrave: London, pp. 161-178. ISBN 9781137602244 (doi:10.1057/978-1-137-60225-1_9)

Heinrich, A. (2016) Performance for imagined communities: Gladstone, the national theatre and contested didactics of the stage. In: Yeandle, P., Newey, K. and Richards, J. (eds.) Politics, Performance and Popular Culture: Theatre and Society in Nineteenth-Century Britain. Series: Studies in popular culture. MUP: Manchester, pp. 96-110. ISBN 9780719091698

Heinrich, A. (2015) Franz Arnold or Friedrich Schiller? the dramatic and musical contribution from German- speaking countries to the programme of the Theatre Royal in York, 1914-1945. In: Ulrich, P., Dahlberg, G. and Fassel, H. (eds.) Im Spiegel der Theatergeschichte = In the Mirror of Theatre History. Series: Thalia Germanica (15). LIT Verlag: Muenster, pp. 283-294. ISBN 9783643132741

Heinrich, A. (2015) Land of hope and glory? the emigration of German- speaking theatre artists to Britain 1933-1945. In: Ulrich, P., Dahlberg, G. and Fassel, H. (eds.) Im Spiegel der Theatergeschichte = In the Mirror of Theatre History. Series: Thalia Germanica (15). LIT Verlag: Muenster, pp. 314-322. ISBN 9783643132741

Heinrich, A. (2015) Reclaiming Shakespeare 1914-1918. In: Maunder, A. (ed.) British Theatre and the Great War, 1914-1919: New Perspectives. Palgrave: Basingstoke, pp. 65-80. ISBN 9781137401991

Heinrich, A. (2013) Germania on stage – Nazi Thing theatre. In: Lee, C. and McLelland, N. (eds.) Germania Remembered 1500-2009: Commemorating and Inventing a Germanic Past. Arizona State University: Temple, AZ, pp. 273-288. ISBN 9780866984737

Heinrich, A. (2012) Dream palaces: Regional theatres in Britain and Germany at the turn of the nineteenth century. In: Eisenberg, C. and Gestrich, A. (eds.) Cultural Industries in Britain and Germany: sport, music and entertainment from the eighteenth to the twentieth century. Series: Beitrage zur England-Forschung (65). Wissner- Verlag: Augsburg, pp. 64-76. ISBN 9783896398659

Heinrich, A. (2010) “York Memories”: oral history and regional theatre. In: Leclercq, N., Rossion, L. and Jones, A. (eds.) Capturing the Essence of Performance: The Challenges of Intangible Heritage. Peter Lang, pp. 321-330. ISBN 9789052016375

Heinrich, A. (2009) Ruskin and the national theatre. In: Heinrich, A., Newey, K. and Richards, J. (eds.) Ruskin, the Theatre and Victorian Visual Culture. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK, pp. 97-113. ISBN 9780230200593

Heinrich, A. (2008) Theatre. In: Warwick, A. and Willis, M. (eds.) The Victorian Literature Handbook. Series: Literature and culture handbooks. Continuum: London, UK, pp. 85-87. ISBN 9780826495761

Heinrich, A. (2007) Erbauung und Unterhaltung. Das Dortmunder Stadttheater zwischen 1933 und 1945. In: Hoegl, G. and Schlip, T. (eds.) Beitrage zur Geschichte Dortmunds und der Graftschaft Mark. Klartext Verlag, pp. 293-322. ISBN 3898617459

Heinrich, A. (2005) Curt Goetz and Friedrich Schiller. The theatres of German speaking emigrés in London between 1938 and 1945. In: Fassel, H., Leyko, M. and Ulrich, P.S. (eds.) Polen und Europa: Deutschsprachiges Theater in Polen und Deutsches Minderheitentheater in Europa. Series: Thalia Germanica (6). Lódz University Press: Lódz, Poland. ISBN 9788371718281

Heinrich, A. (2002) Beckenbauer. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Football. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Goebbels. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Goethe-Institut. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Hitler. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Munich Treaty. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Reichstagsbrand. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Räterepublik/Revolution 1918/19. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Second World War. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Third Reich. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Heinrich, A. (2002) Weimar Republic. In: Briel, H.M. (ed.) German Culture and Society: The Essential Glossary. Series: The essential glossary. Arnold: London, UK. ISBN 9780340763940

Book Reviews

Heinrich, A. (2016) A History of the Berliner Ensemble, by David Barnett. Theatre Research International, 41(1), pp. 85-86. (doi:10.1017/S0307883315000644) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2015) Hans-Thies Lehmann, Tragoedie und dramatisches Theater. New Theatre Quarterly, 31(3), pp. 295-296. (doi:10.1017/S0266464X15000597) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2015) Sven Oliver Müller, Das Publikum macht die Musik: Musikleben in Berlin, London und Wien im 19. Jahrhundert. Bulletin of the German Historical Institute London, 37(1), pp. 99-103. [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2014) The theatrical public sphere, by Christopher B. Balme. Scottish Journal of Performance, 2(1), pp. 109-113. (doi:10.14439/sjop.2014.0201.07) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2014) Review of: Claire Cochrane. Twentieth-Century Britain: Industry, Art and Empire. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. Theatre Research International, 39(3), pp. 234-235. (doi:10.1017/S0307883314000224) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2014) Review of Jost Hermand, Culture in Dark Times: Nazi Fascism, Inner Emigration, and Exile. New York: Berghahn, 2013. Bulletin of the German Historical Institute London, 36(1), pp. 105-109. [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2013) Review of Laura Bradley, Cooperation and Conflict: GDR Theatre Censorship, 1961-1989. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. Theatre Research International, 38(2), pp. 170-171. (doi:10.1017/S030788331300014X) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2013) Review of Rebecca Rovit, The Jewish Kulturbund Theatre Company in Nazi Berlin. Iowa: University of Iowa Press, 2012. New Theatre Quarterly, 29(2), pp. 203-204. (doi:10.1017/S0266464X1300033X) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2012) Review of Christoph H. Mueller, West Germans Against the West: Anti-Americanism in Media and Public Opinion in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1949-1969. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 20(4), pp. 550-552. (doi:10.1080/14782804.2012.737675) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2012) Himmelseher, Birgit. Das Weimarer Hofheater unter Goethes Leitung. Kunstanspruch und Kulturpolitik im Konflikt. Theatre Research International, 37(3), pp. 285-286. (doi:10.1017/S0307883312000600) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2012) Theater and Holocaust: review of Plunka, Gene A., Holocaust Drama: The Theater of Atrocity. H-Net Reviews, [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2012) Review of: West Germans against the West: anti-Americanism in media and public opinion in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1949-1969, by Christoph H. Mueller. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 20(4), pp. 550-552. (doi:10.1080/14782804.2012.737675) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2011) Rossol, Nadine, Performing the Nation in Interwar Germany. Sport, Spectacle and Political Symbolism, 1926-36. New Theatre Quarterly, 27(2), pp. 197-198. (doi:10.1017/S0266464X11000364) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2011) Williams, Simon and Maik Hamburger, A History of German Theatre. New Theatre Quarterly, 27(2), pp. 196-197. (doi:10.1017/S0266464X11000352) [Book Review]

Heinrich, A. (2009) Review article: Boris von Haken, Der ‘Reichsdramaturg'; Sven Olivier Müller and Jutta Toelle (eds.), Bühnen der Politik: Die Oper in europäischen Gesellschaften im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. German Historical Institute London Bulletin, 31(1), pp. 74-83. [Book Review]

Edited Books

Heinrich, A., Newey, K. and Richards, J. (Eds.) (2009) Ruskin, the theatre and Victorian visual culture. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780230200593

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