Dr Victoria Price

  • Senior Lecturer (Theatre, Film & Television Studies)

telephone: 01413304061
email: Victoria.Price@glasgow.ac.uk

R306 Level 3, TFTV Studies, Gilmorehill Halls, Glasgow G12 8QQ

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-3031-5612

Research interests

Office hours: Wednesday 12-1pm

Research Interests

Vicky’s research interests include: prostitution and theatre in early modern England; Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre and drama; the seventeenth-century masque (and especially the female masquer); women’s performance and cultural production; Shakespearean adaptations; dramaturgies of adaptation; Scottish theatre and drama.

Research Projects

Vicky is currently working on a monograph on Scottish Adaptations of Shakespeare.

Publications

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2020

Price, V. (2020) Shaping Futures: Co-Designing with Students Alternative Placement Models. AdvanceHE Employability: Breaking the Mould Symposium, 15 Sep 2020. (Unpublished)

2019

Price, V. (2019) Rona Munro's 'The James Plays'. Scotland's New Writing Symposium, Edinburgh, UK, 09 Aug 2019. (Unpublished)

2018

Price, V. (2018) Masques. A History of Royal Fashion (MOOC), FutureLearn in partnership with Historic Royal Palaces. [Website]

2016

Price, V. (2016) Scottish Adaptations of 'Macbeth' and the Imagi-Nation. Society for Renaissance Studies 7th Biennial Conference, Glasgow, UK, 18-20 Jul 2016. (Unpublished)

Price, V. (2016) Staging the Nation. The James Plays Debates, Nottingham, UK, 10 Jun 2016. (Unpublished)

Price, V. E. (2016) 'CONJURORS! CONJURORS!...Who wrote this!': Some reflections on Lanark: A life in three acts. Contemporary Theatre Review, 26(1),

2015

Price, V. (2015) Performing the Referendum. Poetic Politics: Culture and the 2014 Scottish Independence Referendum, One Year On, Edinburgh, UK, 23 Sep 2015. (Unpublished)

Price, V. , Aidulus, D., Copsey, D., Curry, G. and Roden, C. (2015) Using LinkedIn to Further Embed GA in the Curriculum. International Conference on Enhancement and Innovation in Higher Education, Glasgow, UK, 09-11 Jun 2015. (Unpublished)

Aidulus, D., Copsey, D., Curry, G., Price, V. and Roden, C. (2015) Using LinkedIn to Further Embed Graduate Attributes in the Curriculum. 8th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 14 Apr 2015. (Unpublished)

2014

Price, V. (2014) Reconstructing Kingdoms and Reclaiming Histories in David Greig's 'Dunsinane'. British Shakespeare Association Conference 2014: Shakespeare: Text, Power, Authority, Stirling, UK, 03-06 Jul 2014.

Price, V. (2014) A cycle of history plays for Scotland: Rona Munro's The James Plays. Edinburgh Review, 140, pp. 87-96.

2013

Price, V. (2013) Something In It for the Underdog: The Playwriting of Joan Ure. Haggis Hunting: Fifty Years of New Playwriting in Scotland, Edinburgh, UK, 04-06 Apr 2013.

Price, V. E. (2013) Something in it for the underdog: the playwriting of Joan Ure. International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen, 6(2), pp. 22-41.

2012

Price, V. (2012) (Re)Writing History in David Greig's 'Dunsinane'. Adapting Historical Narratives Symposium, Centre for Adaptations, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, 28 Feb 2012. (Unpublished)

Price, V. E. (2012) "Two kingdoms...compassed with one Sea": reconstructing kingdoms and reclaiming histories in David Greig's Dunsinane. International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen, 5(1), pp. 19-32.

2011

Price, V. (2011) (Re)Enactments of Violence in the Educational Shakespeare Company's 'Mickey B'. Shakespeare: Sources & Adaptation: British Shakespeare Association Conference, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, 09 Sep 2011. (Unpublished)

Price, V.E. (2011) "Oroonoko; or, The Royal Slave": Three short essays (Gender in "Oroonoko"; Heroism in "Oroonoko"; Race in "Oroonoko"). In: McClinton-Temple, J. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Themes in Literature. Facts on File: New York, pp. 202-206. ISBN 9780816071616

2009

Price, V. (2009) From Prostitution to Masquerading Masculinity: The Early Modern Brothel as Theatrical Site. Pacific Northwest Renaissance Conference, University of Montana, Missoula, Montana, USA, 01 May 2009. (Unpublished)

Price, V.E. (2009) Peter Benchley. In: Hamilton, G. and Jones, B. (eds.) Encyclopedia of American Popular Fiction. Series: Facts on file library of American literature: literary movements. Facts on File: New York, USA. ISBN 9780816071579

2008

Price, V. (2008) Would the Real Moll Cutpurse Please Stand Up?: (Mis)Remembering Mary Frith. Memory: Recollections of the Renaissance colloquium, Scottish Institute of Northern Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow, 01 Nov 2008. (Unpublished)

Price, V.E. (2008) 'Shops of Incontinence': brothels and hierarchies in early modern London. Drouth, 29, pp. 64-68.

Price, V. (2008) ‘Be thou as chaste as ice, as pure as snow, thou shalt not escape calumny’: 'Hamlet' and the Trope of Prostitution. ESSE 9 Conference, University of Aarhus, Denmark, 22-26 Aug 2008. (Unpublished)

Price, V.E. (2008) From wielding the female pen to troping prostitution. Drouth, 27, pp. 70-74.

Price, V.E. (2008) 'Made to write "whore" upon': Othello and the cultural projection of whoredom. Genre, 28, pp. 69-82.

2007

Price, V. (2007) ‘Made to write “whore” upon’: Othello's Discourses of Whoredom. 42nd Annual Comparative Literature Conference: Women, Sexuality and Early Modern Studies, Long Beach, CA, USA, 15-16 Mar 2007.

Price, V.E. (2007) Troping prostitution: Jonson and 'The court pucell'. Nebula, 4(2), pp. 208-222.

2006

Price, V.E. (2006) Holland's leaguer. In: Ditmore, M.H. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Prostitution and Sex Work. Greenwood Press: Westport, USA, pp. 211-212. ISBN 9780313329685

2005

Price, V. (2005) Discourses of Whoredom in 'Othello'. British Shakespeare Association Conference, Newcastle, UK, 01-04 Sep 2005.

Price, V. (2005) 'Worse than the monster bred on th’banks of Nyle’: The Discourse of the Prostitute and the Formation of Women’s Sexuality in Early Modern England. The Erotic: Exploring Critical Issues, Budapest, Hungary, 09-11 May 2005.

2004

Price, V. (2004) ‘What ish my nation?’: Confused Identities in 'Henry V' and 'The Irish Masque at Court'. In: Nation or Notion?: An International Performance Studies Conference, Bangor, UK, 05-06 Jun 2004,

Price, V. (2004) ‘Made to write “whore” upon’: 'Othello' and the Projection of Whoredom. Research Seminar Series, Milan, Italy, 21 May 2004.

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Number of items: 31.

Articles

Price, V. E. (2016) 'CONJURORS! CONJURORS!...Who wrote this!': Some reflections on Lanark: A life in three acts. Contemporary Theatre Review, 26(1),

Price, V. (2014) A cycle of history plays for Scotland: Rona Munro's The James Plays. Edinburgh Review, 140, pp. 87-96.

Price, V. E. (2013) Something in it for the underdog: the playwriting of Joan Ure. International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen, 6(2), pp. 22-41.

Price, V. E. (2012) "Two kingdoms...compassed with one Sea": reconstructing kingdoms and reclaiming histories in David Greig's Dunsinane. International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen, 5(1), pp. 19-32.

Price, V.E. (2008) 'Shops of Incontinence': brothels and hierarchies in early modern London. Drouth, 29, pp. 64-68.

Price, V.E. (2008) From wielding the female pen to troping prostitution. Drouth, 27, pp. 70-74.

Price, V.E. (2008) 'Made to write "whore" upon': Othello and the cultural projection of whoredom. Genre, 28, pp. 69-82.

Price, V.E. (2007) Troping prostitution: Jonson and 'The court pucell'. Nebula, 4(2), pp. 208-222.

Book Sections

Price, V.E. (2011) "Oroonoko; or, The Royal Slave": Three short essays (Gender in "Oroonoko"; Heroism in "Oroonoko"; Race in "Oroonoko"). In: McClinton-Temple, J. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Themes in Literature. Facts on File: New York, pp. 202-206. ISBN 9780816071616

Price, V.E. (2009) Peter Benchley. In: Hamilton, G. and Jones, B. (eds.) Encyclopedia of American Popular Fiction. Series: Facts on file library of American literature: literary movements. Facts on File: New York, USA. ISBN 9780816071579

Price, V.E. (2006) Holland's leaguer. In: Ditmore, M.H. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Prostitution and Sex Work. Greenwood Press: Westport, USA, pp. 211-212. ISBN 9780313329685

Conference or Workshop Item

Price, V. (2020) Shaping Futures: Co-Designing with Students Alternative Placement Models. AdvanceHE Employability: Breaking the Mould Symposium, 15 Sep 2020. (Unpublished)

Price, V. (2019) Rona Munro's 'The James Plays'. Scotland's New Writing Symposium, Edinburgh, UK, 09 Aug 2019. (Unpublished)

Price, V. (2016) Scottish Adaptations of 'Macbeth' and the Imagi-Nation. Society for Renaissance Studies 7th Biennial Conference, Glasgow, UK, 18-20 Jul 2016. (Unpublished)

Price, V. (2016) Staging the Nation. The James Plays Debates, Nottingham, UK, 10 Jun 2016. (Unpublished)

Price, V. (2015) Performing the Referendum. Poetic Politics: Culture and the 2014 Scottish Independence Referendum, One Year On, Edinburgh, UK, 23 Sep 2015. (Unpublished)

Price, V. , Aidulus, D., Copsey, D., Curry, G. and Roden, C. (2015) Using LinkedIn to Further Embed GA in the Curriculum. International Conference on Enhancement and Innovation in Higher Education, Glasgow, UK, 09-11 Jun 2015. (Unpublished)

Aidulus, D., Copsey, D., Curry, G., Price, V. and Roden, C. (2015) Using LinkedIn to Further Embed Graduate Attributes in the Curriculum. 8th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference, Glasgow, UK, 14 Apr 2015. (Unpublished)

Price, V. (2014) Reconstructing Kingdoms and Reclaiming Histories in David Greig's 'Dunsinane'. British Shakespeare Association Conference 2014: Shakespeare: Text, Power, Authority, Stirling, UK, 03-06 Jul 2014.

Price, V. (2013) Something In It for the Underdog: The Playwriting of Joan Ure. Haggis Hunting: Fifty Years of New Playwriting in Scotland, Edinburgh, UK, 04-06 Apr 2013.

Price, V. (2012) (Re)Writing History in David Greig's 'Dunsinane'. Adapting Historical Narratives Symposium, Centre for Adaptations, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, 28 Feb 2012. (Unpublished)

Price, V. (2011) (Re)Enactments of Violence in the Educational Shakespeare Company's 'Mickey B'. Shakespeare: Sources & Adaptation: British Shakespeare Association Conference, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, 09 Sep 2011. (Unpublished)

Price, V. (2009) From Prostitution to Masquerading Masculinity: The Early Modern Brothel as Theatrical Site. Pacific Northwest Renaissance Conference, University of Montana, Missoula, Montana, USA, 01 May 2009. (Unpublished)

Price, V. (2008) Would the Real Moll Cutpurse Please Stand Up?: (Mis)Remembering Mary Frith. Memory: Recollections of the Renaissance colloquium, Scottish Institute of Northern Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow, 01 Nov 2008. (Unpublished)

Price, V. (2008) ‘Be thou as chaste as ice, as pure as snow, thou shalt not escape calumny’: 'Hamlet' and the Trope of Prostitution. ESSE 9 Conference, University of Aarhus, Denmark, 22-26 Aug 2008. (Unpublished)

Price, V. (2007) ‘Made to write “whore” upon’: Othello's Discourses of Whoredom. 42nd Annual Comparative Literature Conference: Women, Sexuality and Early Modern Studies, Long Beach, CA, USA, 15-16 Mar 2007.

Price, V. (2005) Discourses of Whoredom in 'Othello'. British Shakespeare Association Conference, Newcastle, UK, 01-04 Sep 2005.

Price, V. (2005) 'Worse than the monster bred on th’banks of Nyle’: The Discourse of the Prostitute and the Formation of Women’s Sexuality in Early Modern England. The Erotic: Exploring Critical Issues, Budapest, Hungary, 09-11 May 2005.

Price, V. (2004) ‘Made to write “whore” upon’: 'Othello' and the Projection of Whoredom. Research Seminar Series, Milan, Italy, 21 May 2004.

Conference Proceedings

Price, V. (2004) ‘What ish my nation?’: Confused Identities in 'Henry V' and 'The Irish Masque at Court'. In: Nation or Notion?: An International Performance Studies Conference, Bangor, UK, 05-06 Jun 2004,

Website

Price, V. (2018) Masques. A History of Royal Fashion (MOOC), FutureLearn in partnership with Historic Royal Palaces. [Website]

This list was generated on Wed Dec 1 08:27:14 2021 GMT.

Grants

  • 2017 Chancellors Fund: £5000 for Last Futures: a programme of events at the Tramway to mark the 50th anniversary of 1968. Cross-institutional project with Glasgow School of Art, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
  • 2015 Chancellors Fund: £5000 for Shakespeare 400: a programme of events to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death
  • 2015 Creative Practices Fund: £300 to facilitate a workshop on Exploring Socially Engaged Arts Practice
  • 2014 L&T Fund: £18,116 to lead a project on Work-Based Learning and a Review and Development of PGT Placement Provision
  • 2014 LTDF Fund: £13,196 for a project on Framing the Student Journey: Using LinkedIn to Increase Student Engagement with the Development of Graduate Attributes. (With Dorothy Aidulis, Dickon Copsey and Gordon Curry, Glasgow University)
  • 2011 Carnegie Trust small research grant
  • 2011 Erasmus Teaching mobility grant, University of Turku

Supervision

Vicky would welcome applications from PhD and MPhil students wishing to undertake research in early modern theatre and drama; Shakespearean Adaptations; and, Scottish theatre and drama. Her current and recent supervision topics include: early modern anatomical performances; representations of dreams and dreaming in seventeenth-century English and Spanish drama; appropriating Shakespearean tragedy: bringing the bard's works closer to modern audiences; the gendered status of the posthuman body in performance.

Recently completed PhD students

  • Laura Bissell, ' The female body, technology and performance: performing a feminist praxis'  (co-supervisor)
  • Andrew Henry, ‘Documenting Landscape Performance: Strategies, Complexities and Potentials’ (co-supervisor)
  • Eilidh Kane:  'Collaboration and Canonicity: Thomas Middleton and the Construction of an Author' (co-supervisor)
  • Emanuela Ponti, 'Performing Dreams in England and Spain, 1570-1670'  (1st supervisor)
  • Ann-Christine Simke, ‘Berlinische Dramaturgien: Dramaturgical Practices in the German Metropolis’ (co-supervisor)

Recently completed MPhil students

  • Markee Rambo-Hood, 'The use of music in Brecht's work' (2nd supervisor)
  • Harry Wilson: 'The Role of the Director in Contemporary Collaborative and Devised Theatre' (co-supervisor)

Current PhD students

  • Arvaniti, Maria
    Otherworlds on Stage: Theatre and Fantasy
  • Gates, Samuel
    Robert Johnson, William Shakespeare and The Tempest: Song in a Culture of Change
  • Hart, Katie
    Politics, Theatre and National Identity: Scottish Women 1997-2017
  • Knotts, Jennifer
    Play/writing histories: Navigating the Personal, Public and Institutional stories of theatre space: An Architextural study of the Citizens Theatre.

Teaching

  • Reading the Stage (Level 1)
  • Theatre and Society (Level 1)
  • Classical to Modern (Level 2)
  • Shakespearean Adaptations (Honours option)
  • Shaping Futures: Theatre and Cultural Policy (Honours option)
  • Dissertations (Honours)
  • Reading and Interpreting Performance (MLitt Playwriting and Dramaturgy)
  • Research Methods (MLitt Playwriting and Dramaturgy)
  • Theatre Archive Placement (MLitt Theatre Studies)
  • Independent Research Project (MLitt Playwriting and Dramaturgy; MLitt Theatre History)


    In 2014/15, Vicky was nominated by her students for and went onto win the award for Best Feedback at the SRC Student Teaching Awards.
    In 2010/11 Vicky was nominated by her students for an award in Prizes for Excellent Teaching (PETs), the student-led teaching excellence award scheme

Additional information

Administration

    • Deputy Dean of Learning & Teaching, College of Arts
    • Convenor of Level One Theatre Studies
    • Member of University Learning & Teaching Committee
    • Member of Senate Student Conduct Committee


Previous administrative roles include:

      • Convenor of Graduate Studies for the School of Culture and Creative Arts (2014-2015, and 2017-2019)
      • Convenor of MLitt Playwriting and Dramaturgy programme (2011-2018)
      • Convenor of MLitt Theatre Studies programme (2011-2018)
      • Convenor of Postgraduate Taught for Theatre Studies (2011-2018)
      • Convenor of MLitt Theatre History programme (2012-2016)
      • College of Arts Graduate Attributes Champion (October 2012 – August 2015)
      • Member of Graduate Attributes Implementation Group (October 2012-August 2015)
      • Convenor of Postgraduate Research in Theatre Studies (September 2011- August 2014)
      • Head of Theatre Studies (September 2007- August 2011)
      • Advisor of Studies (September 2008-August 2011)
      • Senior Honours convenor (September 2006-August 2011)

 
External responsibilities

  • Member of SCUDD Postgraduate Subcommittee (2018-date)
  • External Examiner for the BA (Hons) Drama at the University of Wolverhampton (2017-2021)
  • External Examiner for the MA Drama by Research at the University of Wolverhampton (2017-2021)
  • External Examiner for the BA (Hons) Drama and Performance at University of the Highlands and Islands (2017-2021)
  • External Examiner for the MA Arts (Drama) at De Montfort University (2014-2017)
  • External Examiner for the BA Drama Studies at De Montfort University (2013-2017)
  • Board member of A Moment's Peace Theatre Company (2013-2017)
  • Academic Consultant for BBC iwonder theatre guide (2015)
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy