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The bubble that didn't burst: Dance Animateurs in the 1980s
(People Dancing: the foundation for community dance, 2016-12)
This article, written to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the foundation of People Dancing, outlines the debt those working in participatory and community dance today owe to the pioneers of community dance in the UK.
An Intimate Approach to the Management and Integration of Design Knowledge for Small Firms
(Design Management Institute, 2016-07-29)
In August 2012 the author presented a paper entitled ‘’The Fuzzy Front End of Product Design Projects: How Universities Can Manage Knowledge Transfer and Creation’’ at the International Design Management Research Conference ...
Are Academics Relevant in the Digital Age?
(Exit Velocity: Supercharge your academic career, University of West London, 2016-06-24)
Digital technology is now more accessible than ever and has become an integral part of our daily lives. As a result, a new type of student has emerged; the digital native who is technologically savvy and digitally literate. ...
"A Ballad Intituled a Pleasant Newe Jigge": The Relationship between the Broadside Ballad and the Dramatic Jig
(University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016)
Dialogues in song set to popular tunes describes both the broadside ballad and the dramatic jig, and no doubt both forms of popular entertainment are related. If the dramatic jig was a sung-drama featuring props, disguising, ...
From modern construction to postmodern social constructivism: defining the live project in architectural education
(Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching, 2016-04)
This paper presents an historical survey of the live project in architectural education, proposing that the live project can be conceptualised within three distinct periods: a modern period, a transitional period, and a ...
Proportional Systems in the Design of the Cathedral of St. George of the Greeks, Cyprus
(Springer International Publishing AG, 2016-11)
The cathedral of St. George of the Greeks was built in the 14th – 15th c. in Famagusta, Cyprus to accommodate the religious needs of the Greek orthodox community living under a Frankish aristocracy. Its design is a hybrid ...
Sarah Butler's Irish Tales, A Jacobite Romance
(University of Toronto Press, 2016-09)
John Piper's Modernist Scenography
(Edinburgh University Press, 2016-06)
As one of the pre-eminent British painters of the twentieth century, John Piper secured his legacy with his depictions of swirling seas, grand country houses, and secluded churches. However his contribution to the theatre ...
(Council Child Productions/Anderson Shelter Productions, 2016)
Margie loves her garden; both the legal one, outside, and the one inside where she grows a different kind of crop. Her grandson Niall comes around regularly to take away the dried out crop and sell it on to friends. Neighbour ...