Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Roundtable 10th March 2014


The PhD Roundtable is back!

Below is the programme for the first session of the year. 

We hope to see you there.


Monday 10th March

5pm at the Old McMordie Hall (Music Building)

Chair: Laura Aguiar and Caitriona Reilly

Themes: Mediation and representation; Aesthetics of analogue and digital media; Immersed experience; Sociopolitical narratives

Helen Haswell (Film): To Infinity and Back Again: Hand-drawn Aesthetics and Affection for the Past in Pixar’s Pioneering Animation.


Jamie McRoberts (Film): Interactive Documentary: Applying the Conversational Mode to the Prisons Memory Archive


 Kevin McCluskey (Drama): Representations of Ireland in Film Adaptations of Dion Boucicault’s Irish Plays 



Tom Saunders: Seeking Shelter in Sarajevo;Ownership and orphaned Irish identity in Susan Sontag's staging of Waiting for Godot.

  

Friday, 22 November 2013

Roundtable 2nd December 2013


Below is the programme for the second session of the Autumn term. We hope to see you there!

Monday 2nd December

5pm at the Old McMordie Hall (Music Building)

Chair: Robert Bentall

Jen Goddard (Drama): Facilitating drama and theatre with learning disabled young people














John Clinch (Film): Cinematic ‘Outsiders’ in Representations of the North of England














Juan Manuel Loaiza Restrepo (SARC): Ecological and embodied-based approach in Music-Sound art composition. Initial Observations












Steven Hadley (SARC): How do we value arts and culture in the digital age?


Tuesday, 12 November 2013

A snapshot of yesterday's roundtable

Thank you all for coming and contributing to an interesting discussion.

The programme and abstracts for the next roundtable, on the 2nd December,
will be available here soon.


Monday, 21 October 2013

Roundtable 11th November 2013

New term, new PhD roundtable!

Below is the programme for the first session:

Monday 11th November 

Chair: Jen Goddard  

Aidan Deery (SARC): Practical and Aesthetic Problems in Soundscape Composition














Elaine Dawson (FILM): Embodying Resistance on Screen: Contested Gender Representations in Films about the 1980/81 Hunger Strikes in Northern Ireland  














Alexandra Kapka (FILM): Digital Piracy: Contemporary European Horror, the Proliferation of File Sharing and the Changing Role of the BBFC














Tullis Rennie (SARC): Socio-sonic: outlining a way forward for an anthropologically-inclined electroacoustic music. 

 

 



Wednesday, 12 June 2013

Roundtable 17th June 2013 Programme

Thanks everyone for the great discussion in our last roundtable. Below is the programme for the next one, on the 17th June.

THEMES: The root, genesis and teaching of creativity in the arts, the concept of artistic influence - from surroundings, cultural identity, situation.

Lilian Simones (Sonic Arts): Communicating musical knowledge through gesture: a case study of piano teachers’ gestural behaviours across different levels of student proficiency

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 Koichi Samuels (Sonic Arts): Enabling Creativity: inclusive music making through music technology

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Peter Jameson (Film): The Go-Between: Theatre and the Cinema of Joseph Losey

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Caitriona Mary Reilly (Drama): Performing Prostitution and the Postfeminist Problem in Contemporary Ireland: The Boys of Foley Street and Taking Back Our Voices: A collaboration with Ruhama

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Chair: Laura Aguiar (Film)

5pm, Room 101, 12 University Square

For details email: phdroundtablequb@gmail.com

We hope to see you there!

Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Roundtable 3rd June 2013 Programme

THEMES: Arts/Performance and social practice, oral traditions & storytelling through artforms, collective/individual memory.

5pm, Room 101, 12 University Square

Chair: Caitriona Reilly (Drama)

For details email: lauraslaguiar@gmail.com

Laura Aguiar (Film Studies): Collaborative post‐production and screening audiovisual stories from the Prisons Memory Archive (PMA).  

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Fionnuala Fagan (Sonic Arts): Performing the individual & collective memories of Sailortown

 
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Robert Bentall (Sonic Arts): Creation & Isolation as an Electroacoustic Composer


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Monday, 18 March 2013

Welcome to our blog!

PhD Roundtable is a cross-school initiative to present postgraduate research in a roundtable setting to colleagues and staff from across the School of Creative Arts at Queen's University Belfast.

This is a unique opportunity for PhD researchers to practice communicating their work, receive critical feedback  and address how their researc sits in the wider contexts of drama, film, music and sonic arts.

We have two sessions fully programmed taking place on the 3rd & 17th June 2013.There will be four presentations per session, 25 mins each (15min presentation + 10 mins questions), and also a 20 min roundtable debate to finish. Extended abstracts written by each presenter will soon be available in this blog and we highly recommend advance reading of these for anyone attending the session.

Below is the plan for each session (titles in italics are not 'official' yet):



Monday 3rd June


Laura Aguiar (Film): Collaborative Editing the Film We Were There in Post-conflict Northern Ireland

Joseph Greenwood (Drama): Irish Travellers, Sung Culture

Fionnuala Fagan (Sonic Arts): Performing the individual & collective memories of Sailortown

Koichi Samuels (Sonic Arts): Music as a social practice in digital space 

Themes: Arts/Performance and social practice, oral traditions & storytelling through artforms, collective/individual memory. 

Chair: Caitriona Mary Reilly 


Monday 17th June


Lilian Simones (Music): Physical gesture in Piano Teaching

Robert Bentall (Sonic Arts): Creation & Isolation as an Electroacoustic Composer

Peter Jameson (Film): Style of (film director) Joseph Losey being rooted in 20th century modernist theatre

Caitriona Mary Reilly (Drama): Performing Prostitution and the Postfeminist Problem in Contemporary Ireland
Themes: The root, genesis and teaching of creativity in the arts, the concept of artistic influence - from surroundings, cultural identity, situation.

Chair: Koichi Samuels

For details, email us at phdroundtablequb@gmail.com
We look forward to seeing you there!