Theatre Studies at the University of Glasgow, is seeking to award one fully-funded PhD studentship to commence 1 October 2011. The studentship is funded through the AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Awards Scheme and is with non-academic partners, the Riverside Museum, Glasgow.
Adrian Howells, Honorary Research Fellow in Theatre Studies, continues his critical practice of exploring risk and intimacy in performance with two very different pieces presented at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Professor Philip Schlesinger, director of the CCPR, responded to audience questions at screenings of his new, documentary short, 'Performers on the Edge' at the international conference on 'Moral Economies of Creative Labour'.
Emilio Botín, Chairman of Grupo Santander, recently dropped in for tea at the Principal’s Lodging, to see for himself some of the work Santander is supporting at the University and meet some of the recipients of funding.
Philip Schlesinger, Professor of Cultural Policy in Theatre and Director of the Centre for Cultural Policy Research, has been appointed Visiting Professor in the Department of History and Political Science at LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome.