Dr Declan Patrick
Lecturer in Theatre Studies
Qualifications: PhD, MA (Hons), DipDrama, BA, PGCert. Academic Practice FHEA
Personal Website: https://fightingfitproductions.webs.com/
I am an academic and theatre practitioner working across performance, dance and video. My research takes the form of traditional academic publications and performance.
Current PhD supervision:
Johanna Claus - The potential of interactive site-specific dance ritual to influence relationships to the environment and the non-human world. (Supervisor)
Patrick, D., & Diaz Rodriguez, J. M. (2019). Performing Difference: Meta-narratives in Colombian and Filipino Folk Dance. In Memory Studies Association Third Annual Conference. Madrid.
Patrick, D. (2016). Cariñosa to Tinikling: From Colonial Subject to Independence. In Spain and the Philippines: Continuities and Discontinuities Conference. Manila, Philippines.
Patrick, D. (2015). Playing with’others’: Strategies in intercultural performance. Athens Journal of Humanities and Arts, 2, 231-242. doi:10.30958/ajha.2-4-3
Patrick, D. (2015). Indigenous dance and the nation: Conflation and metonym. Te Kaharoa, 8. doi:10.24135/tekaharoa.v8i1.33
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Culture; Dance; Drama; Performance; Theatre