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PECI2103 - Indicative Reading List

Practice-led Research, 2011/12, Semester 2
Dr Fiona Bannon
f.bannon@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue


Bannon, F, 2004. ‘Towards creative practice in research in dance education’. Research in dance education. Vol 5, Number 1, Pp25- 43.

Barrett, E and B. Bolt (2007) Practice as research : approaches to creative arts enquiry, Melbourne: I.B.Tauris, pp.1 – 7

Claxton, G. 2006, ‘Creative Glide Space’ Navigating the unknown : the creative process in contemporary performing arts (eds.) Bannerman, C and Sofaer, J and Watt, s, pp58- 69. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Denzin, N, K, 2003. Performance ethnography : critical pedagogy and the politics of culture Chp 5. ‘Reading and Writing Performance’ pp106- 130. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Denzin . N. K and Lincoln, Y. S. ‘SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research ’ ( 2nd edition) Chp 13 The Choreography of Qualitative Research Design pp- 379- 399. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Freeman, J, 2010. Blood, sweat & theory, Chp 4 Certainties and Institutional Bias: pp57-69 Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Gray, C and Malins, J, 2004. Visualizing research : a guide to the research process in art and design Chp 1 -Planning the Journey: Introduction to research in art and design Aldershot: Ashgate -pp 9 – 34.

Hanstein, P, 1999. ‘Models and Metaphors: Theory Making and the Creation of New Knowledge’. Researching Dance, Uni of Pittsburgh, pp 62-88. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Haseman, B and Mafe, D 2009. ‘Acquiring Know-How: Research Training for Practice–led Researchers’ in Practice-led research, research-led practice in the creative arts. (eds.) Smith, H and Roger, T Dean Edinurgh uni Press. Pp211- 228.

Ingold , T, 2006, ‘Rethinking the Animate, re-animating thought’ Ethnos, 7.1; 1, 9-20.

Jones, Simon, 2009. ‘Practice-as-Research as a paradigm shift in performance studies in Practice-as-research : in performance and screen. (eds) Allegue, L, Jones, S and Kershaw, B and Piccini, A, Palgrave pp 19-32. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Kershaw, Baz (2002), Performance, memory, heritage, history, spectacle - The Iron Ship, Studies in theatre and performance. 21 (3): 132-149

Leavy, Patricia., (2009) Chapter 1. FROM: Leavy, Patricia, Method meets art : arts-based research practice. pp.1-24. New York: Guilford Press Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

McKinney , J (2005) ‘Projection and Transaction: the spatial operation of scenography’ in Performance research : a journal of performing arts. 10 (4), pp.128 - 137. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Moustakas, C (1994) Phenomenological research methods (Thousand Oaks, Calif: Sage Publications)

Nelson, R (2006) ‘Practice-as-research and the Problem of Knowledge’ in Performance research : a journal of performing arts. 11(4), pp. 105 -116

Perkins, D. 1982; The mind's best work. Harvard Uni Press. Chp 10. The Shape of Making 275- 289. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Piccini, A (2004) ‘An Historiographic Perspective on Practice as Research’ Studies in theatre and performance. 23 (3): 191 -207

Polanyi, M (1983) The tacit dimension (Gloucester, Mass: Peter Smith)

Popat, S and Palmer, S (2005) ‘Creating common ground: dialogues between performance and digital technologies’, International journal of performance arts and digital media. 1(1), pp 47-65

Richardson, L, ‘Skirting a pleated text: de-stabilising an Academic Life’ pp 1- 11. In, Nagy Hesse- Biber, S and Leavy, P (eds) Emergent methods in social research. 2006 – Sage Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Rubidge, S. 2009 “Performing Installations: Towards an understanding of choreography and performativity in interactive installations” .in Contemporary choreography : a critical reader eds. Joanne Butterworth & Liesbeth Wildschut, London. Routledge, pp. 362 - 378. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Rubidge, S. 2009 “The Technological Poetics of global drifts” in Tedance : perspectivas sobre dança em expansão tecnológica : perspectives on technologically expanded dance, ed. Daniel Tercio, Lisbon Faculdade da Motoricite Humana, pp. 119 - 137

Rubidge, S. 2007 “Sensuous Geographies and other installations: Interfacing the Body and Technology”
in Performance and technology : practices of virtual embodiment and interactivity, , ed. Susan Broadhurst, London, Palgrave

Rubidge,S. 2002 “Identity and Flux”: in Dance and the performative : a choreological perspective -Laban and beyond, eds. V Preston Dunlop and A Sanchez Colberg, London,Verve Publishing

Rubidge,S. 2000 “Identity and Open Works” in Preservation Politics, ed. Stephanie Jordan, London, Dance Books. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Rubidge,S. 1996 "Does Authenticity Matter?" in Analysing performance : a critical reader, ed. Patrick Campbell, Manchester University Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Schön, Donald A. 1983. The Reflective Practitioner: How Professionals Think in Action . Temple Smith.

Seeley, C and Reason, P. 2008, ‘Expressions of Energy: An Epistemology of Presentational Knowing’ Chp 2 in Knowing differently : arts-based and collaborative research methods. Liamputtong, P and Rumbod, J, 2008. Nova Science Pub pp 25- 46. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Sennett, R. 2008, The craftsman Chp 9. Quality-Driven work pp- 241- 267 Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Shepherd, Simon and Wallis, Mick (2004): Drama/theatre/performance (London: Routledge)

Trimingham, M ( 2002) 'A Methodology for Practice as Research' Studies in theatre and performance. 22 (1): 54-60.

This list was last updated on 13/12/2011