Dr Verónica Rodríguez
Dr Verónica Rodríguez is Associate Lecturer at Buckinghamshire New University, UK. She has lectured at University of Barcelona, Canterbury Christ Church University, Royal Holloway, University of London, Richmond University and University of Reading.
Her main research interests are in the fields of contemporary British theatre, new political forms of theatre and feminism. Her current research also examines the intersection of women’s health and illness and contemporary theatre and performance practices. She published with Palgrave in 2019 her monograph David Greig’s Holed Theatre: Globalization, Ethics and the Spectator, with a foreword by Dan Rebellato. With the research group “Contemporary British Theatre Barcelona (CBTBarcelona)”, she participates in the research project “British Theatre in the Twenty-First Century: Crisis, Affect, Community” funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness and by FEDER (European Union) (see www.ub.edu/cbtbarcelona). She is also a commissioned playwright (e.g. the Royal Court), published poet and a member of the artistic collective of people living with endometriosis Inner Orchestra.
She is currently involved in several women’s health and theatre and performing arts projects.