I. Books


1.         Tradition and Innovation: Swedish Drama and Theatre 1914-1922, Akademilitteratur, Stockholm, 1977, 200 pp. (Swedish)


2.         Theatrical Space in Ibsen, Chekhov and Strindberg: Public Forms of Privacy, Theater and Dramatic Studies No. 32, UMI Research Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1986, 130 pp.


3.         Performing History: Theatrical Representations of the Past in Contemporary Theatre, University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, 2000, 264 pp.*


* This book has been awarded as the best theatre book of the year (2001) by the American theatre research organization, ATHE (Association for Theatre in Higher Education) and has been the CHOICE best academic book of the year (2002).


Accepted for Publication


4.         Strindberg’s Secret Codes, Norvik Press, Norwich, expected date of publication 2003.

            (MS of approx. 350 pages)



II. Bibliography


1.         Scandinavian Literature in Hebrew Translation, 1894-1980; Bibliography with Introduction, Studies in Translation Theory 2, Tel Aviv University, Ramat Aviv, 1982, 75+xx pp. (English and Hebrew)



III. Editing


1.         The Cameri Theatre: A Collection of Articles, edited together with Eli Rozik and Gad Kaynar, Assaph Studies of Theatre, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, 1999.


2.         Guest Editor of Theatre Research International, Volume 25, Number 1, Spring 2000.  Special issue on Performance Analysis.


Accepted for Publication


3.         Martin Buber’s Writings on Art, Literature and Theatre, vol 7 of the new edition of Buber’s Complete Works (21 volumes), to be published in German by Gütersloher Verlagshaus/Chr. Kaiser/Kiefel, Gütersloh, Germany.


4.         Jews and the Emergence of Modern German Theater, Wisconsin University Press, Madison, (together with Jeanette Malkin)