People Involved

 (Top: Prof. Jenny Edkins at Interpol Master’s Open Day and Bottom: Prof. Adrian Kear and Rupert Allan at the AHRC SWW DTP Open Day, National Museum of Wales)

PPi Convenors

Professor Jenny Edkins, Department of International Politics: jfe@aber.ac.uk

Professor Adrian Kear, Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies: ack@aber.ac.uk

Professor Emeritus Mike Pearson, Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies: mip@aber.ac.uk

Dr Karoline Gritzner, Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies: kgg@aber.ac.uk

Research Assistants

Désirée Poets, International Politics: dep9@aber.ac.uk

Academic staff at the Department of International Politics associated with PPi:

  • Ayla Gol, Senior Lecturer in International Politics
  • Inanna Hamati-Ataya, Reader in International Politics
  • Mustapha Pasha, Chair in International Politics
  • Brieg Powel, Lecturer in International Politics
  • Lucy Taylor, Senior Lecturer in Latin American Studies

Academic staff at TFTS associated with PPi:

  • Heike Roms, Professor of Performance Studies
  • Birgit Beumers, Professor of Film Studies
  • Simon Banham, Reader in Scenography
  • Karoline Gritzner, Lecturer in Drama
  • Andrew Filmer, Lecturer in Drama, Theatre and Performance
  • Gareth Llyr Evans, Lecturer in Creative Arts

TFTS research students associated with PPi:

  • Dr Jazmin Llana, ‘Ritual and Event in the Post-colonial Performance of the Philippines’, Ford Foundation funded PhD: successfully completed 2009
  • Dr Esther Pilkington, ‘The Journey as Performance’, AHRC funded PhD: successfully completed 2011
  • Dr Daniel Ladnar, ‘The Lecture Performance’, APRS funded PhD: successfully completed 2014
  • Dr Richard Allen, ‘Theatre Machines’, part-time practice-based PhD: successfully completed 2014
  • Dr Tom Payne, ‘Performance and the Politics of Place: National Theatre Wales’, KESS funded PhD: successfully completed 2014
  • Alison Matthews, ‘What the Money Meant: Dramaturgies of Social Exchange’, AIPRS funded PhD: completed, awaiting examination
  • Ashley Wallington, ‘Performing Authenticity’, part-time PhD in progress: commenced 2010
  • Rebecca Collins, ‘On Being Audience’, APRS PhD in progress: commenced 2011
  • Marios Chatziprokopiou, ‘Mourning, Performance and the Necropolitical Subject’, DCDS funded PhD in progress: commenced 2012.

International Politics research students associated with PPi:

  • Dr Gillian McFadyen, ‘Language and Silence within the Refugee Regime’, ESRC (1+3) Studentship Award, Economic and Social Research Council, PhD awarded 2014
  • , ‘The Performativity of Threat: Hamas and the European Union after the 2006 Legislative Elections in Palestine’, PhD submitted 2014
  • Sarah Jamal, DCDS Scholarship, PhD in progress: commenced 2012
  • Adhemar Mercado, DCDS Scholarship, PhD in progress: commenced 2012
  • Lydia Cole, ESRC (+3) Studentship Award, Economic and Social Research Council, PhD in progress: commenced 2013
  • Prithvi Hirani, DCDS Scholarship, PhD in progress: commenced 2013
  • Yvonne Rinkart, ESRC (1+3) Studentship Award, Economic and Social Research Council, PhD in progress: commenced 2013
  • Desiree Poets, ESRC (1+3) Studentship Award, Economic and Social Research Council, PhD in progress: commenced 2013
  • Danielle House, ESRC (+3) Studentship Award, Economic and Social Research Council, PhD in progress: commenced 2014

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