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MATPR Structure

The MA in Theatre and Performance Research offers three core modules, Theoretical Thematics for Theatre and Performance Studies, Theatre and Performance Research Methodologies, and Dissertation as well as two optional modules, New Directions in Theatre and Performance Research and Research in Theatre and Performance-Making Practices. Full-time students take one core module and one optional module in each term (autumn and spring). Part-time students take one module each term over four terms (see below). Students may take an approved module from outside the department for one of the optional modules. These may include modules in taught MAs in the Centre for Education Studies, the Department of English and Comparative Literature and IATL. The availability of modules will vary depending on term and year.

 

MA structure: FULL TIME (1 YEAR)

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

TH986-30 (CORE)
Theoretical Thematics for Theatre and Performance Studies

TH987-30 (CORE)
Theatre and Performance Research Methodologies

TH990-60 (CORE)
Dissertation (Written or Practical)

EITHER
TH988-30
New Directions in Theatre and Performance Research
OR
Approved External Module* (1 EXTERNAL permitted across degree)

EITHER
TH989-30
Research in Theatre and Performance-Making Practices
OR
Approved External Module* (1 EXTERNAL permitted across degree)

 

MA structure: PART TIME (2 YEARS)

 

TERM 1

Term 2

Term 3

YEAR 1

TH986-30 (CORE)
Theoretical Thematics for Theatre and Performance Studies

TH987-30 (CORE)
Theatre and Performance Research Methodologies

TH990-60 (CORE)
Dissertation preparation

YEAR 2

EITHER
TH988-30
New Directions in Theatre and Performance Research
OR
Approved External Module* (1 EXTERNAL permitted across degree)

EITHER
TH989-30
Research in Theatre and Performance-Making Practices
OR
Approved External Module* (1 EXTERNAL permitted across degree)

TH990-60 (CORE)
Dissertation (Written or Practical)

 

*These may include modules in taught MAs in the Centre for Education Studies, the Department of English and Comparative Literature and the Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning (IATL). The availability of modules will vary depending on term and year.

 

 

For more information about the MA contact the Course Director s dot haedicke at warwick dot ac dot uk.