Research Events

As part of our commitment to produce and share new and innovative research, the Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies hosts numerous research events every year. Each research event allows students, staff and distinguished speakers from other universities to share and develop their ongoing research in a constructive and supportive environment.

These seminars are open to any students and staff within and outside the university. They are also open to any member of the public and are free to attend. Therefore, if you find an upcoming event that interests you please come along.

For a list of our upcoming research events consult the table below:

Date, Time and LocationSpeaker and Paper TitleMicrosoft Teams weblink

3 February 2021 4:30pm

Marie Cronqvist (Lund University), ‘The entangled television histories of Scandinavia and East Germany: Influences and exchanges across the Baltic Iron Curtain’

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10 February 2021 10:00am

Kath Bicknell (Macquarie University, Australia), 'Staying alert to risk and bodily vulnerability in performance and training: a cognitive ethnographic study on the static trapeze' (Performance, Media and Sport series)

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17 February 2021 4:30pm

Rachel Hann (Northumbria University), ‘Decolonizing Scenography: A case study on Rosie Elnile's Prayer (2020)’

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24 February  2021 4:30pm

Sarah Crews (University of South Wales) & Solomon Lennox (Northumbria University), ‘Soft Borders and menstrual tensions: Resisting hegemonic narratives in boxing’ (Performance, Media and Sport series)

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3 March 2021 4:30pm

Johanna Karlsson (Aberystwyth University), ‘Laying Claim to the Power One Desires: How the #women2drive Campaign Changed Traffic in Saudi Arabia’

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10 March 2021 4:30pm

Tasha Kitcher (Loughborough University), ‘Electrophone: the Victorian precursor to live streaming’

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17 March 2021 4:30pm 

Anat Pick (Queen Mary, University of London), ‘Permacinema: Vegetal Ethics in Eric Rohmer's The Green Ray

 

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14 April 2021 4:30pm  Harry Heuser (Aberystwyth University), ‘The Gothic of Audition: Audionarratology, Transdisciplinarity and Old-Time Radio Listening as Self-Othering’ 

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21 April 2021 4:30pm  Amy Daniel (Aberystwyth University), 'Ghosts of My Life - a hauntological documentary on the works of Mark Fisher'

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5 May 2021 4:30pm 

Shannon Walsh (Louisiana State University, USA), ‘Pandemic Performances: What Theatre Can Learn from Sports’ (Performance, Media and Sport series)

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Previous Research Events

For a list of our previous research events consult the table below:

Date, Time and LocationSpeaker and Paper TitleMicrosoft Teams weblink

21 October 4:30pm Microsoft Teams

Glen Creeber, ‘Never Ending Stories: Reconsidering complex TV and the historical evolution of the new multiarc drama serial’ 

 

4 November, 10am Microsoft Teams Tanja Beer (Griffith University, Australia), ‘Ecoscenography: An Introduction to Ecological Design for Performance’

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11 November, 4:30pm Microsoft Teams Ffion Jones, ‘How to talk to my Dad and other stories: Gendered, embodied knowledge within a Welsh agricultural context and the importance of listening to farmers in the rewilding debate'

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18 November, 4:30pm Microsoft Teams

Roger Owen, ‘Cafflogion, Endemism and Exile: Returning to a novel by R. Gerallt Jones

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2 December, 4:30pm Microsoft Teams

Joanna Zylinska (Goldsmiths, University of London), ‘Hydromedia: From water literacy to aqueous politics’

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9 December, 4:30pm Microsoft Teams

Janet McCabe (Birkbeck, University of London), ‘Divided Bodies, Crossing Borders, Transnational Encounters: towards a feminist approach to transnational TV studies’

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