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The Classroom Observer: Unwanted Interruption or Welcome Witness?

By Dr Lee Campbell


For many teachers, classroom observation can be a painful interruption/intrusion (Wragg, 1994:15) in the flow of a lesson’s delivery in terms of facilitating a meaningful, creative and enjoyable learning environment that is supportive to both learner and teacher. 2,019 more words


Mad Men- A Study in Liveness

Set in the ever-evolving 1960s, Mad Men is a fictional, historical drama based around Sterling Cooper Advertising Firm in New York, and subsequently the lives of those who work there. 477 more words

Televison Cultures

The Artist is Online

Exploring “possibilities, boundaries, and characteristics of virtual presence” was an evening-long show that engaged performance art made in and for the digital medium. The question of how digitization influences perfromance art posed by curators/coordinators of the show, was driving the project. 414 more words


"I can't go on, I'll go on."

Today has been a slow slog through four (maybe five – I haven’t finished yet – ) of the notebooks I’ve used over the course of the phd as catch-alls. 432 more words

Blogging A PhD

more reading re documentation, performance ontology, liveness, possibilities and responsibilities

  • Reason, Matthew. 2006. Documentation, Disappearance and the Representation of Live Performance. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Bottoms, Stephen J, and Matthew Goulish. 2007. Small Acts of Repair: Performance, Ecology, and Goat Island.
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