Theatre Research Degrees
In achieving both artistic ambition and academic astuteness, prospective postgraduate theatre research students will join a thriving research environment.
Postgraduate Arts Researchers at the University Of Chichester enjoy creative encouragement and the critical support of supervision within an inspiring community.
As a department committed to innovative new performance within contemporary contexts, current theoretic frameworks and practice-based knowledge inform the excellence of teaching led by our research expertise.
Areas of specialist supervision that may be of particular appeal to prospective postgraduate researchers in Theatre include:
- Theatre, health and wellbeing
- Trauma and transformation
- Performance intimacies and performative efficacies
- Arts and intervention within public place/space and site
- Post-colonialism(s) and dramaturgy
- Autobiological Performance
- Biopolitical performance in terrorism and tourism
Through a programme of partnered research training, development events, exhibitions and performance, Postgraduate Researchers in Theatre further benefit from the opportunities for sharing and exchange of practices with research from Visual/Fine Art and Dance.
Browse our staff profiles to explore our research specialisms
Dr Ben Francombe
Primary PGCE Co-ordinator
Dr Jodie Hawkes
Dr Louie Jenkins
Dr Pete Phillips
Senior Lecturer in Theatre