Jonathan is Principal Teaching Fellow and Director of Graduate Studies.
He teaches on the following modules:
Previously, he was Research Associate in the CAPITAL Centre (with the Royal Shakespeare Company) where he won the 2010 Butterworth Award for Teaching Excellence. He is a co-founder of the Samuel Beckett Laboratory (at Trinity College Dublin) and a core member of the AHRC-funded research project Modernism, Medicine and the Embodied Mind. He has recently been invited by the Academy of Finland to give a keynote address at the closing seminar of the Human Mind Research Programme. He is also on the Advisory Group for IFSTAL, a HEFCE-funded collaborative project led by Oxford University, and he co-convened the International Federation of Theatre Research 'Performance-as-Research' Working Group (2013-16).
He regularly publishes on the interplay between theatre and performance studies, critical and radical pedagogies and the interdisciplinary turn within higher education:
- Heron, Jonathan and Johnson, Nicholas 'Critical pedagogies and the theatre laboratory', in Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 2017
- Heron, Jonathan and Broome, Matthew ‘There’s the record, closed and final: Rough for Theatre II as Psychiatric Encounter', in Journal of Medical Humanities, Springer (USA), 2016
- Heron, Jonathan et al. ‘Beckett on the Wards’: medical humanities pedagogy and ‘compassionate care’, Medical Humanities, British Medical Journals, 2016
- Heron, Jonathan ‘Shakespearean Laboratories and Performance-as-Research’, in Shakespeare on the University Stage, ed. Andrew Hartley, Cambridge University Press, 2015
- Heron, Jonathan; Johnson, Nicholas; Dinçel, Burç Îdem; Quinn, Gavin; Scaife, Sarah Jane; et al. 'The Samuel Beckett Laboratory 2013' Journal of Beckett Studies 23.1 (2014 Apr): 73-95.
- Barry, Elizabeth, Broome, Matthew, and Heron, Jonathan ‘Not I: Beckett and Psychiatry – Psychiatry in Literature’, British Journal of Psychiatry 204: 239, 2014
- Chillington-Rutter, Carol; Monk, Nicholas; Neelands, Jonothan; and Heron, Jonathan Open-space Learning: A Study in Trans-disciplinary Pedagogy. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2011
- Farrer, Nicola J; Heron, Jonathan; Monk, Nicholas; Lough, Julie Ann; and Sadler, P. J. ‘Chemistry, Performance and Pedagogy’, Chemistry Education 11.4, 308-313, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2010.
Jonathan dot Heron at warwick dot ac dot uk
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