Cultural Studies Adjunct: Rakesh H. Solomon
Solomon specializes in two areas: American theatre and Indian theatre. His other research interests are contemporary British theatre and theatre historiography. He has published on these subjects in scholarly journals such as Theatre Journal, Theatre Survey, TDR: The Drama Review, Journal of Performance Studies, Theatre Research International, American Drama, Forum for Modern Language Studies, Religion and Theatre, and Comparative Literature Today: Theory and Practice. He has also published in several edited volumes, including Edward Albee: A Casebook (Routledge), Alan Ayckbourn: A Casebook (Garland), Reader's Guide to Literature in English (Fitzroy Dearborn), and Writing and Rewriting National Theatre Histories (Iowa). His articles are also forthcoming in Literary Encyclopedia and Literary Dictionary, Theatre International: Essays on the Theory and Praxis of World Theatre, and Cambridge Companion to Edward Albee. He is the author of Albee in Performance: The Playwright as Director, forthcoming from Indiana University Press, and a past editor of South Asian Review.