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16. A Writers' Block Production (2012)
Exhibition / Performance
Fraser, S. (2012). 16. A Writers' Block Production. [Play]. 8 June 2012 - 8 June 2012. (Unpublished)

A 90 minute play based on research into the legal and social impact of conscription in the First World War

“The king has killed his heart”: the death of Falstaff in Henry V. (2010)
Journal Article
Fraser, S. (2010). “The king has killed his heart”: the death of Falstaff in Henry V

Even with the multitude of religious, political, social and gendered readings of the character, critics have invariably (and understandably) tended to focus most often on the events leading up to and including the rejection scene in 2 Henry IV, and... Read More about “The king has killed his heart”: the death of Falstaff in Henry V..

Henry V and the performance of war (2008)
Book Chapter
Fraser, S. (2008). Henry V and the performance of war. In R. King, & P. J. Franssen (Eds.), Shakespeare and war, 71-83. Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230228276

The chapter serves to highlight an aspect of the play which is often overlooked in criticism: the importance of the performance of the siege of Harfleur as part of a narrative and image pattern which runs formally throughout the Folio text of Henry V... Read More about Henry V and the performance of war.

"For no other offence but proximity": Stuff happens to the Queen (2008)
Book Chapter
Fraser, S. (2008). "For no other offence but proximity": Stuff happens to the Queen. In D. Barker (Ed.), Giving and taking offence / Ofender e ser ofendido, 35-46. University of Aveiro

The emergent trend of depicting sitting politicians and heads of state in mainstream British drama and film is considered through a reading of David Hare's play, Stuff Happens (2006), and Stephen Frear's film, The Queen (2006). These are seen as cont... Read More about "For no other offence but proximity": Stuff happens to the Queen.

Wootton Bassett
Exhibition / Performance
Fraser, S. (2011). Wootton Bassett. (Unpublished)