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No ‘I’ in Shakespeare

Philip Davis

Philip Davis is Professor and Head of the School of English, University of Liverpool. His books include Sudden Shakespeare and The Victorians (Oxford English Literary History). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shakespeare and I

Continuum, 2012

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...No ‘I’ in Shakespeare? Then how can I be starting with Caius Martius Coriolanus of all characters? He who furiously meets the taunt of being a mother’s boy, even as Laurence Olivier is described as doing in a production of 1959 – ‘A boy...

A Shakespearean Grammar

Philip Davis

Philip Davis is Professor and Head of the School of English, University of Liverpool. His books include Sudden Shakespeare and The Victorians (Oxford English Literary History). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shakespeare Thinking

Bloomsbury Academic, 2007

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...Mr Abbott’s Teaching In 1864, at the age of only 26, Edwin A. Abbott became headmaster of the City of London School, where he served until 1889, becoming one of the most admired teachers of his age. Immediately upon his appointment —...

The Original Text

Philip Davis

Philip Davis is Professor and Head of the School of English, University of Liverpool. His books include Sudden Shakespeare and The Victorians (Oxford English Literary History). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shakespeare Thinking

Bloomsbury Academic, 2007

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... Philip Davis , ‘The future in the instant’: Hazlitt’s Essay and Shakespeare’ in U. Natarajan , T. Paulin...

The Education Debate and the Era of ERA

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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... 1972a: 35). David Davis is clear about the political motive behind the exclusion of Drama from the new curriculum: It is no accident that drama is not alongside music and art in the foundation subjects. Drama provides the clearest...

Shakespeare’s Codes

Philip Davis

Philip Davis is Professor and Head of the School of English, University of Liverpool. His books include Sudden Shakespeare and The Victorians (Oxford English Literary History). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shakespeare Thinking

Bloomsbury Academic, 2007

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...Getting the order right means beginning at the right place. Then you can leave the thing to work itself out, with your tendance. Sometimes Shakespeare feels he has to be explicit about his own starting points, and it is always useful to us...

International Perspectives and Influence

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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... from twelve countries (Davis: 1998: 10–11). The first congress of IDEA was held in Porto with nearly five hundred delegates from forty countries. Western countries were well represented, but also many African, Asian, South American...

Case Study: When Sleeping Dogs Awake

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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... placed with the pupils. Edward Bond, in his Foreword to Davis’ edition of six Gillham plays comments that Gillham ‘saw life as an emergency’ (Bond in Gillham: 2011: ix) and Davis himself sees him as a passionate believer in the ‘power...

Some Contemporary International TIE Programmes

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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... the involvement of teachers in the TIE programmes as central. The key theorists that she draws on with students (and in her previous work directing TIE) include the names one would expect – Boal, Heathcote, Bolton, Davis, O’Toole and the work...

Some Survivors

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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... of the characters. Instead, the young people have to demonstrate their understanding of the people in the play and their situations. Additionally, Steve Davis reports that Spectacle’s workshop allowed pupils to interview characters not in the play...