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Intellectual property and the creative arts
(The British Library © the authors, 2010)
Collated by the British Library, this booklet brings together a range of views from leading researchers on how the framework for intellectual property needs reviewing for the digital age. Dr Gabriel Egan discusses the ...
Press variants in Shakespeare
(Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies (CRSS), 2010)
Shakespeare: editions and textual matters
(Oxford University Press © The English Association, 2010)
Intention in the editing of Shakespeare
(Department of English, Northern Illinois University, 2010)
Play scripts differ from prose narratives and poetry because they are meant to undergo a further transformation by practitioners before being consumed. Shakespeare’s plays come to us via early printed editions showing ...
The River Flows On: Student performer engagement with the texts and methodology of Robert Lepage.
(Education and Theatre Journal, 2010-10)
Between September 2008 and February 2009, a cohort of third year Drama Studies undergraduates at De Montfort University (DMU) in the UK adapted and then performed ‘The Seven Streams of the River Ota’ by Robert Lepage. In ...
Revisiting Plato's Chair: writing and embodying collective memory.
(Arts Edition North, 2010)
As a provocation, the review I wrote of Plato's Chair in 1985 evaluated Rose English's performance as a piece of dance. By doing so, it implicitly claimed that the words of English's monologue were not as important as the ...
The Crown of Esfahan
The work presents a contemporary dome design for a mosque in Iran. Exhibited as a single artefact for the 2010 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition; the work aims to explore a notion of ornament as architectural object, apposed ...
The Mosque of the Sun
The Mosque Of The Sun is a speculative architectural project investigating solar alignment in architecture, proposing a contemporary mosque design in Qatar that illuminates at specific times in the day to indicate salat ...
Press correction and the Shakespearian editor
(The Renaissance Society of America, 2010)
Virtual Roman Leicester (VRL): An interactive Computer Model of a Romano-British City
(Computer Applications in Archaeology, 2010 - Fusion of Cultures, 2010)
This paper describes the background, development and use of a new Virtual Reality (VR) model of the built fabric of Roman Leicester (Ratae Corieltauvo-rum) which has been based upon direct archaeologi-cal evidence, literary ...