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Kelsey Jacobson: Qualitative Methodology

Kelsey Jacobson, as co-founder and director of the Centre for Spectatorship and Audience Research, organized and spoke on an Audience Research Methods Roundtable at the University of Toronto Scarborough on October 24th 2019 on the topic of interview as qualitative methodology. Alongside Scott Mealey and Dr. Kelsey Blair,

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Kelsey Jacobson: Performance Matters

Kelsey Jacobson recently edited a special issue of Performance Matters (vol 5 no 2) on 21st-Century Spectatorship, alongside colleagues from the Centre for Spectatorship and Audience Research. The journal is open access and available online: https://performancematters-thejournal.com/index.php/pm/issue/view/13 It also features a piece by the Dan School’s Dr. Jenn Stephenson.

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Sarah Waisvisz: Canadian Theatre Review

    We Are Holding our Breath: Canadian Theatre after the Explosions. 5/31/2021 Sarah Waisvisz In “We Are Holding Our Breath: Theatre after the Explosions,” Waisvisz argues that the various cultural crises of 2020 revealed just how much Canadian theatre needed to be exploded. In

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Hailey Scott: CFRC Prize for Research Paper

Hailey Scott: CFRC Prize for Research Paper Dan School Undergraduate student researcher, Hailey Scott has won a prize from CFRC Radio for her paper “Psychological Dangers in Participatory Theatre” presented at the university-wide Inquiry@Queen’s conference on March 12, 2021. The presentations of the five winners

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Stephanie Lind: Frank Knox Award

The DAN school is thrilled to announce that Dr. Stephanie Lind has been awarded the Frank Knox Teaching Award for the Fall term of 2019/20. This award is run by the students at Queen’s and is presented to a Queen’s University professor who demonstrates an

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Robin Attas & Margaret Walker: Intersections Vol.39 (1) Special Theme Issue

Robin Attas and Margaret Walker’s co-edited special theme issue on “Decolonizing Music Pedagogies” for Intersections: Canadian Journal of Music/Revue Canadienne de Musique has just been published. The editorial, “Decolonization, Music and Pedagogy,” written by Robin and Margaret, introduces the topic, its theory, and current relevance to university teaching, inviting

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Natalie Rewa: Performance Costume Publication

The DAN School congratulates Professor Natalie Rewa on her latest publication: “Haptic Descriptions: Costume Design by Gillian Gallow and April Viczko.” Performance Costume: New Perspectives and Methods, Editors Sofia Pantouvaki and Peter McNeil (Bloomsbury, 2021), pp.297-305. Professor Natalie Rewa proposes an analysis of the work

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