Marc Silverstein, Associate Professor, received his PhD from Brown University. He specializes in modern and contemporary drama, feminist theory, postmodernism and literary theory. The author of Harold Pinter and the Language of Cultural Power, he has published articles in Modern Drama, Theatre Journal, and Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism. From 1995- 1997 he served as President of the International Harold Pinter Society. He is currently at work on a project exploring the epistemological, aesthetic, and ideological issues involved in staging historical drama.
"'My Skin Used to Wrap me Up': Staging the Body in A Mouthful of Birds," Essays in Theatre 15 (1997): 190-197.
Harold Pinter and the Language of Cultural Power, Bucknell University Press, 1993.
"'Body-Presence': Cixous' Phenomenology of Theatre," Theatre Journal 43 (1991): 507-516.
Last updated April 12, 2005