Theatre, Music and Performance
A research area within The School of Languages, Cultures and Societies
- Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures
- School of Languages, Cultures and Societies
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- Cultures and Societies
- Theatre, Music and Performance
Theatre, Music and Performance research
Research in the area of theatre, music and performance is undertaken by a number of scholars across the cultures represented in the School.
Work on drama includes studies of Chinese theatre and the Beijing opera; north African theatre; the sociology of Arabic translations of Shakespeare’s tragedies; contemporary Austrian drama, and the stage and screenplays of Peter Turrini; Golden Age drama in contemporary Spain; Greek and Roman tragedy and comedy, in antiquity and its modern reception; the theory of audiovisual and theatre translation, and the reception of subtitled performances. Our work on music includes studies in Spanish popular music and its role in multiculturalism.
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Our research is often collaborative and has an international impact. Explore the outcomes of our past and present research projects associated with Theatre, Music and Performance .More on Research projects
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