MRes Dance welcomes proposals in areas such as dance history, dance and gender, the body and movement in culture, choreographic practice, dance and new digital media, somatic and non-stylised movement practices, dance pedagogy, dance in the community, and the body in space and environment. The thesis may be assessed entirely through written submission or via practice plus contextual commentary.
The programme includes: the theoretical and conceptual location of a specific project within the interdisciplinary field of dance and performance Studies; a theoretical and conceptual grounding in approaches to postgraduate research in the arts and humanities in general; practical training in appropriate research skills (e.g. in the definition of a project and appropriate methodologies; the identification and analysis of textual, visual and oral sources; the application of new technologies; the location of research material in relevant libraries and archives; ways of designing a project methodology etc.)
Researching dance; research in the arts and humanities; Master's thesis (practice-led or text-only).
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Normally a 2.1 Honours degree in a relevant subject (theatre and performance; dance; choreography; community dance; dance science); IELTS at 6.5 or above.
Recipient: Plymouth University
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