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Unravelling / Emma Hoette (2019)

Emma Hoette
Unravelling
Thesis, 2019

Dialoguing with ghosts / Mayson Fung (2019)

Mayson Fung
Dialoguing with ghosts
Thesis, 2019

A Return to the Body: An Exploration of Embodied Reflection and Knowledge / Alexis Palasciano (2019)

Alexis Palasciano
A Return to the Body: An Exploration of Embodied Reflection and Knowledge
Thesis, 2019

A Qualitative Investigation into the use of Goal Setting within Injury Rehabilitation for Contemporary Dancers, in Full-Time Vocational Training: Dancers’ and Physiotherapists’ Perspectives. / Bethany Hastie (2019)

Bethany Hastie
A Qualitative Investigation into the use of Goal Setting within Injury Rehabilitation for Contemporary Dancers, in Full-Time Vocational Training: Dancers’ and Physiotherapists’ Perspectives.
Thesis, 2019

Physiological Demands of Musical Theatre / Stephanie Pittman (2019)

Stephanie Pittman
Physiological Demands of Musical Theatre
Thesis, 2019

An exploration into the experience of family caregivers for people with dementia in a community dance class / Louisa Petts (2019)

Louisa Petts
An exploration into the experience of family caregivers for people with dementia in a community dance class
Thesis, 2019

Moving Paper: A Scholarly Personal Narrative investigating the influence of Proprioceptive Writing on a performer in a touring dance company / Jasmine Man (2019)

Jasmine Man
Moving Paper: A Scholarly Personal Narrative investigating the influence of Proprioceptive Writing on a performer in a touring dance company
Thesis, 2019

Underground Expressions: An Ethnographic Study Of The Norms And Values Of The Hip-hop & Street Styles Dance Battle Scene’s Culture In London, United Kingdom / Emi Matsushita (2019)

Emi Matsushita
Underground Expressions: An Ethnographic Study Of The Norms And Values Of The Hip-hop & Street Styles Dance Battle Scene’s Culture In London, United Kingdom
Thesis, 2019

Unstable Acts of Matter / Rachel Lopez De La Nieta (2019)

Rachel Lopez De La Nieta
Unstable Acts of Matter
Thesis, 2019

Me, Myself and I; an investigation into how pre-conceived notions of self can limit performance potential. Are habitual movements within an improvised performance a product of self-imposed limitations based on an erroneous set of ideals? / Sophie Halstead

Sophie Halstead
Me, Myself and I; an investigation into how pre-conceived notions of self can limit performance potential. Are habitual movements within an improvised performance a product of self-imposed limitations based on an erroneous set of ideals?
Thesis, 2019