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Performance Philosophy Working Group – Call For Questions ISTR 2015

The Performance Philosophy Working Group of ISTR will hold its first meeting of 2015 at the ISTR conference in the Institute for Technology, Tralee (22-23 May 2015) with the aim of developing a series of productive questions that “triangulate” between Performance ʻas a site of cultural tradition, transition

“Perforum” Conference – Call for Papers

The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Performance Practices (CIR) at the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences (CACSSS) and Drama and Theatre Studies, School of Music and Theatre, University College Cork, Ireland In Collaboration with the Cork Midsummer Festival, 2015 present Perforum: A Conference on Research and

ISTR 2015 – CFP Deadline Extended

The new deadline for proposals is Monday, February 23rd Tradition, Transition and Transformation: Performance and Cultural Dynamics Institute of Technology, Tralee in association with the Irish Society for Theatre Research Friday 22nd & Saturday 23rd May 2015 This conference will address the notion of the stage as a site

“Performing the Archives” Conference – Call for Papers

National University of Ireland, Galway 22 – 24 July 2015 Call for Papers Deadline: 31st March 2015 Co-sponsored by the American Society for Theatre Research Speakers: Professor Tracy C. Davis (Northwestern University) Dr. Doug L. Reside (New York Public Library) Professor Catherine Cole (University of California, Berkeley)

ISTR 2015 Conference 

Tradition, Transition and Transformation: Performance and Cultural Dynamics Institute of Technology, Tralee in association with the Irish Society for Theatre Research This conference will address the notion of the stage as a site of cultural tradition, transition and transformation. There, performances will be viewed as lens through

Designing Commemoration – Call for Papers

Designing Commemoration: Performance, Process and Participation In 2015, we are nearing the mid-point of what has been termed Ireland’s ‘Decade of Centenaries’. This period has already seen the development of several large-scale commemorative projects, such as that around the centenary of 1913 and of the beginning of

Irish Studies and the Dynamics of Memory: Transitions and Transformations 

Radboud University Nijmegen, 31 March-2 April 2015 Confirmed keynote speakers Guy Beiner (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev) Graham Dawson (University of Brighton) Emilie Pine (University College Dublin) Confirmed plenary panelists: David Fitzpatrick (Trinity College Dublin) Oona Frawley (NUI Maynooth) Peter Gray (Queen’s University Belfast) Emily Mark-FitzGerald (University