Department:School of Performance
Areas of Expertise: Drama
Sue teaches both theoretical and practical modules on our BA (Hons) Drama and BA (Hons) Performing Arts courses.
Sue joined the Department of Music and Performing Arts (now the School of Performance) in September 2000 as Lecturer in Drama, having previously taught at the University of Nottingham. Her teaching and research interests are in twentieth-century drama and performance, postmodernism, critical theory and, in particular, the plays and prose of Samuel Beckett.
Wilson, S., 2017. 'Samuel Beckett's Krapp's Last Tape: Remembering Kant, Forgetting Proust.' Modern Drama. 60.1, pp.46-68
Wilson, S., 2014. The construction of Samuel Beckett. In: Esslin, M. The Theatre of the Absurd. Pasodegato: Revista Mexicana de Teatro (59-60: special edition on Samuel Beckett, forthcoming).
Wilson, S. (Ed.), 2007). D.H. Lawrence: Selected Stories. London: Penguin.
Wilson, S., 2004. A Primer in Feminist Criticism and Theory. London: Zoilus Press.
Wilson, S., 2004. Enlightenment and Postmodernism. In: Fitzpatrick, M., Jones, P., Knellwolf, C. and McCalman, I. (Eds.). The Enlightenment World. London: Routledge, pp.648-659.
Wilson, S., 2004. Metaphysical Fabrication and its Catastrophe. Journal of Beckett Studies, 13(1), pp.12-33.
Wilson, S., 2003. Versions of the Vision in Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape. English Language Notes (March, 40:3), pp.76-82.