Dr Philip Kiszely
Lecturer in Performance and Cultural Histories, Director of Student Education
0113 343 6796
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PhD Film & Literature, MA Drama & Screen Studies, BA Drama (Hons)
I am Director of Student Education and Lecturer in Performance and Cultural Histories. I co-edit Punk & Post-Punk. Research interests include cultural heritage, performance & popular culture and popular music.
I am Lecturer in Performance and Cultural Histories. I also teach on a variety of popular music and popular culture/heritage related modules, all of which are informed by my current research. After graduating from the University of Manchester, I stayed there to hold a Temporary Lectureship in Screen Studies. In 2005, I came to the School of Performance and Cultural Industries as a Research Fellow in Drama, and took up the Lectureship in September 2009. My award-nominated monograph, Hollywood Through Private Eyes, was published in 2006, and I am is editor of academic journal Punk & Post-Punk.
- Popular Culture
- Cultural Heritage
- Regional Studies
- Proto-Punk, Punk & Post-Punk Cultures
- Hollywood and European Film
Manage Undergraduate Modules
- PECI 1501 Processes of Performance 1: Foundations
- PECI 2102 Collaborative Performance Project
- PECI 2613 Cultural Flashpoints in the Performing Arts
Contribute to Undergraduate Modules:
- PECI 2101 Strategies for Research
- Peci 3106 Contemporary Issues in the cultural Industries
- PECI 3104 Dissertation
Manage International Summer School Modules:
- LISS 1004 British Popular Music in the North of England
Contribute to Post-Graduate Programme:
- PECI 5304M Performance Contexts
- Director of Student Education
(2006) Hollywood Through Private Eyes: the screen adaptation of the hard-boiled private detective novel, 1930-1955. Peter Lang Publishing.
(2014) “Bringing disability history alive in schools: promoting a new understanding of disability through performance methods”, Research Papers in Education. : 1-20.
(2013) “From Place to Space to Scene: The Roxy Room and the Emergence of Manchester's Alternative Pop Culture Identity”, Punk & Post-Punk. 2.1
(2013) “A Cool Reception to the American Beat: the Fleshtones in Britain, 1981-1983”, Popular Music History. 7.1: 81-101.
(2012) “First Wave on Film: Ray Gange, Rude Boy and The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle”, Punk & Post-Punk. 1.2: 189-199.
(2011) “Big Jim McLain: Christianity and Communism”, Unpublished. (Unpublished)
(2011) “Fields of Practice in in Inter-War English Rural Amateur Theatre: Margaret Cropper, 1886-1980”, Unpublished. (Unpublished)
(2011) “Fanatics, Apostles and NMEs Morrissey: fandom, representations and identities Edited by Eoin Devereux, Aileen Dillane and Martin J. Power Publisher: Intellect Ltd”, Punk & Post-Punk. 1.1
(2011) “Editorial”, Punk & Post-Punk. 1.1
(2009) Post-Punk Performance: the alternative eighties in Britian. (Unpublished)
Research Projects & Grants
- The Inter-War Village Theatre Survey
- Post-Punk Performance Conference Event (2009)http://www.leeds.ac.uk/pci/Newsandevents_Eventsitem1.html
- HEIF IV Grant: Song at Year’s End
Research Centres & Groups
- Cultural Industries & Performance Contexts Research Group
Various guest lectures, including the University of Cambridge and Manchester Metropolitan University.