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Representations of War, Migration and Refugeehood: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Edited by: Rellstab, Daniel H; Schlote, Christiane (2015). New York und Abingdon: Routledge.

Schlote, Christiane (2014). Dramatizing the Congo: Refugees, Humanitarian Aid Workers and Gender. In: Rellstab, Daniel H; Schlote, Christiane. Representations of War, Migration, and Refugeehood: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. New York and Abingdon: Routledge Chapman & Hall, 214-229.

Schlote, Christiane (2014). From Front Page to Front Stage: War Correspondents and Media Ethics in British Theatre. In: Aragay, Mireia; Monforte, Enric. Ethical Speculations in Contemporary British Theatre. Houndmills: Palgrave, 173-189.

Schlote, Christiane (2014). Writing Dubai. Indian Labour Migrants and Taxi Topographies. South Asian Diaspora, 6(1):33-46.

Schlote, Christiane (2012). A different theatre of war. Humanitarian aid on british stages. In: Reitz, Bernhard; Berninger, Mark. Ethical Debates in Contemporary Theatre and Drama. Trier: WVT, 121-135.

Schlote, Christiane (2012). Dramatising Refuge(e)s: Rukhsana Ahmad's Song for a Sanctuary and Tanika Gupta's Sanctuary. In: Ley, Graham; Dadswell, Sarah. Critical Essays on British South Asian Theatre. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 66-78.

Schlote, Christiane (2012). Iraqi Playwrights and the (Un)Reality of War. In: Milich, Stephan; Pannewick, Friederike; Tramontini, Leslie. Conflicting Narrative, War, Trauma and Memory in Iraqi Culture. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag, 161-180.

Schlote, Christiane (2012). Oil, Masquerades, and Memory: Sokari Douglas Camp's Memorial of Ken Saro-Wiwa. In: Collier, Gordon; Delrez, Marc; Fuchs, Anne; Ledent, Bénédicte. Engaging with Literature of Commitment. Volume 1: Africa in the World. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 243-263.

Schlote, Christiane (2012). Post-Millennial British Asian Theatre. Hard Times, (91):33-38.

Schlote, Christiane (2012). Revisiting Bolton: Transcultural Adaptation and Regional Identity in Ayub Khan-Din's Rafta, Rafta. In: Nicklas, Pascal; Lindner, Oliver. Adaptation and Cultural Appropriation. Berlin: De Gruyter, 251-263.

Schlote, Christiane (2011). Street lives, roof lives. Literary transformations of Arab urban spaces after Mahfouz. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 47(5):524-535.

Schlote, Christiane (2011). Not just another play about Iraq: An interview with Hassan Abdulrazzak. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 47(1):101-111.

Schlote, Christiane (2011). Generic activism: Ahdaf Soueif and Etel Adnan’s art of creative non-fiction. In: Oboe, Annalisa; Bassi, Shaul. Experiences of Freedom in Postcolonial Literatures and Cultures. London: Routledge, 283-295.

Buonanno, Giovanna; Sams, Victoria; Schlote, Christiane (2011). Glocal routes in British Asian drama: Between adaptation and tradaptation. Postcolonial Text, 6(2):1-18.

Schlote, Christiane (2011). Rewriting Columbus: Coatlicue’s dramatization of Mexican Indigenous history. In: Davis, Geoffrey V; Devi, Ganesh; Chakravarty, K K. Voice and Memory: Indigenous Imagination and Expression. Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, 68-77.

Schlote, Christiane (2010). British Asian Drama: Ayub Khan-Din. In: Tönnies, Merle. Das englische Drama der Gegenwart. Kategorien – Entwicklungen – Modellinterpretationen. Trier: WVT, 229-248.

Schlote, Christiane (2010). No leisurely stroll through arab and punjabi london: transnational cityscapes in hanan al-shaykh’s only in london and meera syal’s life isn’t all ha ha hee hee. Interactions. Journal of English and American Literature and Culture, 19(1-2):75-91.

Schlote, Christiane (2010). Representational Ambiguities and the ‘Dictator Play’. Carmen Rivera’s Dictator: The Downfall of the Dominican Dictator Rafael Leónidas Trujillo Molina. Journal of Haitian Studies, 16(1):70-86.

Rellstab, Daniel H; Schlote, Christiane (2014). Introduction. In: Rellstab, Daniel H; Schlote, Christiane. Representations of War, Migration, and Refugeehood: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. New York and Abingdon: Routledge Chapman & Hall, 1-14.

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