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WEEK 1: Introduction – Dr Silvija Jestrovic, S.jestrovic@warwick.ac.uk and Professor Jim Davis, J.Davis@warwick.ac.uk)

This session will introduce the module; outlining briefly the difference between qualitative and quantitative research, suggest some key methodological approaches to theatre and performance studies research, and give an overview of the conceptualisation and approach to this module.

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WEEK 2: Research methods– Doing as both an interrogative and presentational research tool (Dr Milija Gluhovic, M.Gluhovic@warwick.ac.uk)

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WEEK 3: Performance as research (Dr Jonathan Heron, J.Heron@warick.ac.uk)

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WEEK 4: Performance as research (Dr Jonathan Heron, J.Heron@warick.ac.uk)

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WEEK 5: Archival research (Dr Wallace McDowell, Wallace.B.McDowell@warwick.ac.uk)

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WEEK 6: Auto-ethnographic writing (Dr Milija Gluhovic, M.Gluhovic@warwick.ac.uk)

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WEEK 7: Participant observation (Dr Milija Gluhovic, M.Gluhovic@warwick.ac.uk)

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WEEK 8: Performance as research – Intervention (Maria Estrada Fuentes, M.A.Estrada-Fuentes@warwick.ac.uk

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WEEK 9: Research in Action - Oral History (Dr Wallace McDowell, Wallace.B.McDowell@warwick.ac.uk)

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WEEK 10: Research in Action – Action in research (Participation, Observation, Thick description) (Dr Milija Gluhovic, M.Gluhovic@warwick.ac.uk)

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