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  • Griffiths, Laura Merris (Leicester University Press (Continnum International Publishing), 2002)
    In the UK, concern over the 'dumbing down' of children's programmes has met with defensive responses from television producers. In the US, after much lobbying, legislation designed to ensure compulsory inclusion of ...
  • Club Luz 
    Ladd, Eddie (2002)
  • 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 ...
  • Gough, Richard (2003)
  • 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') ...
  • Geneva 
    Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies; Performance Research; Brookes, Michael Jonathan (2003)
    Lighting design for the theatre work 'Geneva' (Quarantine, 2003), developed within the context of Brookes' long-term collaboration with the company. Produced and presented with Northern Stage, Newcastle, in 2003.
  • Eat Eat 
    Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies; Performance Research; Brookes, Michael Jonathan (2003)
    Lighting design for the context-specific theatre event 'Eat Eat' (Quarantine, 2003). The production initiated Brookes' subsequent long-term collaboration with the company. Produced and presented with Leicester Haymarket, ...
  • Koven, Mikel (2003)
    The study of folklore and popular film and television, although frequently ignored by folkloristics and film scholars alike, has produced a number of articles and paradigms which not only inform its own study, but also ...
  • Banham, Simon (2003)
    EatEat: a performative meal created with Leicester based refugees and asylum seekers. Audience and performers sat together around a 10m long concrete table in Leicester's oldest building, the Guildhall. Sharing a meal or ...
  • Rabey, David Ian (Routledge, 2003-01-23)
    English Drama since 1940 considers the bids of successive post-war dramatists to find language and images of remorseless disclosure, appropriate to the public manifestation of sensed crisis and the interrogation of the ...
  • Barker, Martin (2003-03)
    In 1996 David Cronenberg’s film of J.G. Ballard’s Crash led to a huge controversy in Britain, much of which turned on claims of what the film might do to its audience, claims which were the subject of a major ESRC-funded ...
  • Owen, Thomas Roger (Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru, 2003-07)
  • Brookes, Michael; Pearson, Michael John (2004)
    'There’s someone in the house…' was commissioned by the 'site/sight:source/resource' symposium, University of Exeter, and presented at Exeter Phoenix, supported by a production grant of £1,250. The work being realised ...
  • Greenhalgh, Jill; Brookes, Michael; Casado, Rosa (Teatro Nomad [Spain], 2004)
    This is the first piece by Nomad Teatro. It asks questions about the phenomenon of migration. The project starts from the social, economic and cultural conflict that affects our daily lives - the movement of people from ...
  • Stafell B 
    Ladd, Eddie (Wales Arts International, 2004)
  • Banham, Simon (Quarantine Theatre Company, 2004)
    White Trash is a dirty ballet of reality. It was created with and performed by seven young white working-class men from Manchester. They played pool and the audience watched. Out of the banality of their game and their ...

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