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Performers on stage to illustrate Performance and Society Research and Enterprise GroupThe Performance and Communities Research and Enterprise Group celebrates, challenges and researches the various modes of performance (voice, body, space, movement, language, sound, texture, shape, words) and considers how work on performance can engage, work with and learn from existing, evolving and new communities of people.

The research and enterprise group brings together: performance theory and practice; critical theory; cultural and theatrical history; linguistic and textual performance; creative practice to investigate performance.

The group shares a focus on identity, performance and theatricality – ranging from investigations of linguistic gender performance to Suffragette theatre history, from seventeenth-century theatres to contemporary community installations and performance. We have an extended historical perspective and experience of diverse performance contexts, working with local and national arts centres (the National Theatre, The Theatre Royal Brighton, the Booth Museum and Brighton Open Air Theatre) and alongside the cultural industry of theatre and theatrical practice via workshops, talks and postgraduate training networking.

The Performance and Communities REG also offers both a focus and forum for postgraduate students to discuss and share work with expert researchers. Fortnightly events include work-in-progress performances, crits and external speakers from both the academic and theatrical worlds, and writing workshops. We have an excellent publications record and established links with local, national and international theatre companies.

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narrative Social Sciences
Teaching Social Sciences
reference person Social Sciences
learning Social Sciences
experience Social Sciences
social inequality Social Sciences
education Social Sciences
audit Social Sciences

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Research Output 2017 2020

Smith, Thomas

Aughterson, K. 7 Mar 2020 (Accepted/In press) Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy. Sgarbi, M. (ed.). New York

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Government
England
Discourse
Political philosophy
Crucible

Shakespeare and Gender

Grant Ferguson, A. & Aughterson, K. 1 Jan 2019 (Accepted/In press) London. 200 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook - authored

William Shakespeare

Absented Women’s Voices: Problematising Masculinity in Jim Crace’s Fiction

Aughterson, K. 1 Oct 2018 Jim Crace: Into the Wilderness. Aughterson, K. & Shaw, K. (eds.). London

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Masculinity
Fiction
Julia Kristeva
Rhetoric
Conscious

Activities 2007 2018

  • 4 Publication Peer-review
  • 2 Invited talk
  • 1 Consultancy

Dwelling Together in Uncertainty

Fox, A. (Keynote speaker)
7 Mar 2018

Activity: Invited talk

Journal of Creative Writing Studies (Journal)

Jordan-Baker, C. (Reviewer)
2017 → …

Activity: Publication Peer-review

Journeying Together Through Inclusive Arts

Fox, A. (Keynote speaker)
22 Apr 2017

Activity: Invited talk