Registration is open to all, however due to our funding restrictions, priority for places is given as follows:- WRoCAH funded PhD students- PhD students at Leeds, Sheffield and York- PhD students at other Universities- Masters students at Leeds, Sheffield and York- Masters students at other Universities
Registering for a place via this form DOES NOT necessarily guarantee you a place on the workshop. Confirmation for PhD students will come from the WRoCAH office by the end of April 2018, and for Masters students by the end of May 2018.
Her books include Jewish Women on Stage, Film & Television (2007) and, as editor, Performing Processes: Creating Live Performance (2000) and Walking, Writing and Performance (2009). Between 1996-2006, her practice research mainly took place within the context of a company she co-founded, Lusty Juventus Physical Theatre. Since then, she has mainly made autoethnographic solo performances and, in 2014, she produced an EU-funded LGBT community dance film, Heaven is a Place.
10:00 - 16:30- Practice (as) Research methodologies: opportunities and challenges- Research questions, problems and intuition- What might a practice-research thesis look like- Writing, Voice and Artistic Research
DAY 2 - Tuesday 26 June 2018
09:30 – 13:.00The range and roles of documentation Workshop-style open surgery for participants to bring their specific projects, challenges, concerns to generate discussion around- Modes of critical reflection eg. autoethnography, reflection on practice, reflection through practice, observation- Audience research- Relationship between practice and critical or theoretical discourses- Interpretation of the concept of ‘research question’- Design of ‘new knowledge’ and its relationship to artistic quality and innovation
Concluding with “The Future of Postgraduate PaR and Practice Led Research” Panel discussion