Dr Robert McPherson will be delivering a paper on his Chicago-School-style research into the night-time economy.
Dr Chris Pallant of the School of MAD will reflect upon the publication lifecycle of one of his publications.
Dr Ruth Sanz Sabido of the School of MAD will present work in progress.
PhD student Jane CoomberSewell will be looking at the representation of World War 2 in the work of Joyce Grenfell and her private writings.
Jonny Greatrex and Jamie Stephens, who teach on the Multimedia Journalism programme in the School of Media Art and Design, will be sharing their research on participatory journalism.
Dr Andy Birtwistle, Reader in Film and Sound is to present an audio-visual extravaganza.
In our latest research seminar, Ken Fox and Jane Lovell of CCCU will be exploring the desert in Breaking Bad.
Senior Lecturer in Digital Media, Dr Tim Long, is presenting a research seminar on schizophrenia and creativity.
Senior lecturer James Frost will be discussing his PhD research on Animal Disguise.
Goran Stefanovski from the School of Media Art and Design is delivering the third event in the Dialogic Imaginations series, curated by Bryan Hawkins for the Centre for Practice Based Research in the Arts.
Hamlet: Live, Die Repeat!
Tuesday 23rd May 2017
Goran Stefanovski will be talking about his radical dramaturgical approach to Hamlet for the highly successful and critically acclaimed production by the Yugoslav Drama Theatre in Belgrade. Directed by Aleksandar Popovski, it opened in September 2016 and is currently on tour in major European cities.
In the production the action of Hamlet is treated as a case of Nietzchean “eternal recurrence” and it is directed as an “emergent narrative”.
Emergent gameplay is a recent game design term that refers to mechanics that change according to the player’s actions. Emergent gameplay includes a number of relatively simple decisions that a player must make, the sum of which lead to more complex outcomes.