Browsing by Author "Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies"

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  • Sorgel, S. (Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2009-12-01)
  • Greenhalgh, Jill; Brookes, Michael; Sanchez Portillo, Maria; Nightingale, Charlotte (Funder by Creative Wales Award from The Arts Council of Wales, 2008-03-28)
    'The Acts - Vigia' is a series of devised performances conceived, directed, staged and presented in collaboration with groups of young female performers in the UK and in international contexts. Its theme is the unsolved ...
  • Beugnet, Martine; Knowles, Kim (2013-04-01)
    This article discusses contemporary handmade film-making as a form of critical practice that is now developing within the context of celluloid obsolescence and the frequent proclamations about the waning significance of ...
  • Rabey, David Ian (Eyecorner Press, 2011-03-10)
    Afterword to book of drama theory, considering and developing the resonances of the author's obervations on Philosophy, Eros and Contemporary Tragic Drama
  • Beumers, Birgit; Bocharov, Victor; Robinson, David; Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies; Film and Television Research (Le Giorante del Cinema Muto, 2009)
  • Thomas, Sarah Kate (CPR, 2010-10)
    Starting point in trying to anchor looking at all the material… Link to my own research – book on Peter Lorre. German Theatre pamphlets of the 19th & 20th Century. Delved in… But too easy! The second envelope I looked at: ...
  • Barker, Martin (Edinburgh University Press, 2008)
    This new textbook addresses the neglect of practical research methods in cultural studies. It provides students with clearly written overviews of research methods in cultural studies, along with guidelines on how to put ...
  • Beumers, Birgit (I. B. Tauris, 2011)
  • Creeber, Glen (2013-08-01)
    From the 25 years of its original broadcast on British television in December 1986, this article aims to assess the continued influence of the British TV serial, The Singing Detective (BBC). It aims to clarify many of the ...
  • Sorgel, Sabine (CPR, 2010-05)
    When it comes to history writing, dance is probably in an even worse position than theatre, if one considers its ephemerality. There is not much evidence of Anna Pavlova’s actual dancing, yet images, news paper clippings, ...
  • Kear, Adrian (2005)
  • Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies; Performance Research; Brookes, Michael Jonathan (2012)
    Lighting design for the located contemporary dance work 'The Aomori Project' (Huws, S., 2011). Presented in Chapter, Cardiff, and gDA, London, in 2011; with subsequent performances commissioned and presented in the Esplanade ...
  • Hartley, Jennifer S. (Trentham Books Ltd, 2012-12-09)
  • Zoo, U-Man; Downing, Richard (2003)
    Aqua Impura is delivered to an audience of only eighteen gathered at the table. Borrowing the structure of social dining, these eighteen guests are served a series of offerings (grouped as 'Beginnings', 'Middles' and 'Ends') ...
  • Owen, Thomas Roger (Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru, 2003-07)
  • Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies; Performance Research; Brookes, Michael Jonathan (2009)
    Lighting design for the large-scale theatre work 'An argument about sex' (Untitled Projects, 2009). Developed and realised for performance across adjacent spaces within Tramway, Glasgow; with a subsequent run of performances ...
  • Forsyth, Alison (2008-11-01)
    In this article, Forsyth explores some of the personal, professional, socio-historical and political dimensions behind the often marked and protracted periods when Arthur Miller refrained from writing about the Holocaust ...
  • Greenhalgh, Jill; Brookes, Michael (Performance Research Books, 2007)
    The Articulate Practitioner – Articulating Practice is an interactive DVD of audio-visual recordings and writings by women theatre artists and scholars. It brings together a diverse range of voices, ideas and works from ...
  • Barker, Martin (2003)
    A number of recent works on methodology for media and communication studies have sought to embrace the contributions from cultural studies qualitative investigations, in particular for their contribution to our understanding ...