Applications are open for a DfE funded scholarship for a PhD researcher to contribute through their work to the ongoing Dance and the Maternal project led by Dr Aoife McGrath at Queen’s University Belfast.
The School of Arts, English and Languages at Queen’s in association with the Irish Society for Theatre Research is holding a one-day symposium on Practice as Research (PaR) processes in the creative arts at the Brian Friel Centre on Friday, 14th June 2019.
Adaptation Considered as a Collaborative Art: Process and Practice. Edited by Bernadette Cronin, Rachel MagShamhráin and Nikolai Preuschoff This book examines the processes of adaptation across a number of intriguing case studies and media.
New Deadline: 29 May 2020 ISTR runs an annual essay competition for New Scholars. There is no set theme for this competition; rather, candidates are encouraged to submit work drawing on their current research in the area of drama, theatre and performance. New research or essays developed from
The ISTR 2020 conference at Queen’s University Belfast, 29-30 May 2020, has been postponed until May 2021 due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We sincerely regret that we will not be gathering our wonderful ISTR colleagues together this year. However, in the wake of the societal and disciplinary change that is
This book interrogates the various manifestations of rival systems of justice in the plays and films of Martin McDonagh, in analysis informed by the critical writings of Michael J. Sandel, Steven Pinker, Julia Kristeva, and in particular Amartya Sen on violence, justice, equality and the
Feminist Storytelling Network, NUI Galway Thursday 19 March 2020 The Mick Lally Theatre, Druid Sponsored by: NUI Galway College of Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic Studies Research Support Scheme, Drama and Theatre Studies, Gender ARC Registration: Tickets (free) available on Eventbrite For queries, please email PI Dr