Emeritus Professor Christopher Baugh
My research has been split between my practice as a scenographer, my writing about contemporary scenography and my interests in its history and theory. My work has therefore included practice as research projects (the Terezin operas for example), and traditionally published books, essays and chapters. I am currently exploring the ways in which computer visualisation, as a research methodology, can give us a distinctively new insight into ideas of sensation, sensibility, technology and spectacular effects in the late 18th century using reconstructions of Loutherbourg’s extant scenic models.
Fellow in Arts and Cultural Education
Retired 31 July 2016 after15yrs in schools, 14yrs at BrettonHall College and 15 years at the university of Leeds i retain interest in cultural and arts and global education, and links to the DARE PARTNERSHIP and to the research network. Stagingchina.leeds.ac.uk i am active on social media and my university email email@example.com remains
S.M.Daniels@leeds.ac.uk / N/a
David is a visiting lecturer leading design-led performance projects.
D.Shearing@leeds.ac.uk / 0113 343 8726
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Faculty Pro-Dean for Research and Innovation and Chair in Cultural Economy
Calvin originally trained as a political economist. Graduating initially from City University, London, he pursued his studies through to doctoral level at the University of Glasgow. After a time in industry, he took his first teaching post at Bretton Hall College in the 1990s and then transferred to Leeds University in 2001. His principle interest is in the creative industries as a force for cultural, social and economic transformation. He was appointed to the Leeds Chair in Cultural Industries in 2008, becoming Chair in Cultural Economy in 2013.
C.F.Taylor@leeds.ac.uk / 00 44 (0)113 3438736
Dr Jessica Walker
Emeritus Professor of Performance and Culture
Joining the School in 2002, I was its Director of Research 2003-8 and Pro-Dean for Research & Innovation in PVAC Faculty 2009-14. My often interdisciplinary research has embraced cultural histories of performance; performance theory; arts work with people; sexual politics and sexuality; and performance, design and technology. Simon Shepherd and I co-authored Drama / Theatre / Performance (Routledge New Critical Idiom, 2004). In my retirement, we are preparing the 4th edition of Studying Plays for Bloomsbury and I am completing a monograph, Village Drama in Interwar England: fields and formations.