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Drama Staff Research: Video Interviews

Staff in QMUL’s Department of Drama describe what drives their research in these interviews conducted between December 2012 and early 2014 by PhD researchers in the Department. The interviews are filterable by academics’ names and by topics. For further information about the production of these video interviews, see here.

 

 
 

Nicholas Ridout on 'Passionate Amateurs' (2012) from QMUL School of English and Drama on Vimeo.

Dr Nicholas Ridout discusses his book Passionate Amateurs: Theatre, Communism, and Love (2013).

Nicholas Ridout

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Bridget Escolme on 'Emotional Excess on the Shakespearean Stage' (2013) from QMUL School of English and Drama on Vimeo.

Dr Bridget Escolme discusses her book Emotional Excess on the Shakespearean Stage: Passion's Slaves (2013).

Bridget Escolme

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Jen Harvie on 'Fair Play' (2013) from QMUL School of English and Drama on Vimeo.

Professor Jen Harvie discusses her book Fair Play: Art, Performance and Neoliberalism (2013).

Jen Harvie

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Catherine Silverstone on ‘Shakespeare, Trauma and Contemporary Performance’ (2011) from QMUL School of English and Drama on Vimeo.

Dr Catherine Silverstone discusses her book Shakespeare, Trauma and Contemporary Performance (Routledge, 2011).

Catherine Silverstone

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Michael McKinnie on his current research (2013) from QMUL School of English and Drama on Vimeo.

Dr Michael McKinnie discusses his current research on performance and the cultural politics of place.

Michael Mckinnie

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Ali Campbell on working with the local community (2014) from QMUL School of English and Drama on Vimeo.

Ali Campbell discusses how his practice-based research engages with local community groups in Tower Hamlets, East London.

Ali Campbell

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Caoimhe McAvinchey on her research (2014) from QMUL School of English and Drama on Vimeo.

Dr Caoimhe McAvinchey discusses her recent and on-going work in applied and socially engaged performance practice, including her recent book, Performance and Community: Case Studies and Commentary (2013).

Caoimhe McAvinchey

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Lois Weaver on her practice-based research and recent performances (2013) from QMUL School of English and Drama on Vimeo.

Professor Lois Weaver discusses the ways in which her current practice-based research explores feminism, sexuality and aging, including her work on Ruff (with Peggy Shaw) and What Tammy Needs to Know About Getting Old and Having Sex.

Lois Weaver

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Martin Welton on his current research (2013) from QMUL School of English and Drama on Vimeo.

Dr Martin Welton discusses his current and ongoing research projects including practical, choreographic experiments exploring the sense of tactility and his work with ArtsCross International Network.

Martin Welton

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Nadia Davids on the importance of her area of research (2013) from QMUL School of English and Drama on Vimeo.

Dr Nadia Davids discusses the importance of research and performance that asks difficult questions, particularly in relation to issues around social justice.

Nadia Davids

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Paul Heritage on what inspires his research (2012) from QMUL School of English and Drama on Vimeo.

Professor Paul Heritage discusses how the people and communities he works with inspire him and his research.

Paul Heritage

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Dominic Johnson on disrupting accepted histories (2013) from QMUL School of English and Drama on Vimeo.

Dr Dominic Johnson discusses the ways in which performance and performance scholarship can disrupt accepted histories, such as the way in which Live Art intervenes in histories of Visual Culture and Theatre and Performance.

Dominic Johnson

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Maggie Inchley on her current research (2014) from QMUL School of English and Drama on Vimeo.

Dr Maggie Inchley discusses her current research on the voice as a critical tool in terms of performers voice(s) as well as ‘cultural audibility’.

Maggie Inchley

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Maria Delgado on her current research (2013) from QMUL School of English and Drama on Vimeo.

Professor Maria Delgado discusses her current research on historical and cultural memory in Spain, including artists’ responses to the aftermath of the Franco regime.

Maria Delgado

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