Online Meetings of some IFTR Working Groups: 13-23 July. Online Meetings of some IFTR Working Groups. 13-23 July. ALL WELCOME.
09 July, 2020
From 13 to 23 July, some of IFTR's working groups are meeting online. ALL WELCOME. The details are below.
Historiography Working Group
The Historiography Working Group virtual meeting will be taking place between the 13-15 of July 2020, on Zoom.
The meeting is open to IFTR members, theatre scholars and students. Scholars who wish to attend the meeting may send the convenors an email. We will subsequently forward them the zoom meeting id, zoom meeting password and the password for papers (https://theaterhistoriography.wordpress.com/participants-papers/).
Rashna Nicholson: email@example.com
Ruthie Abeliovich: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dorota Sosnowska: email@example.com
Performance-as-Research Working Group
CONTINUITIES in PRACTICE
-a virtual exchange in order to continue the conversation-
14, 20 & 23 July 2020
In light of Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent cancellation of this year’s annual conference for the International Federation of Theatre Research (FIRT/IFTR), the Performance-as-Research Working Group will be hosting a three-day virtual mini-conference over Zoom (a total of 6 online hours over two weeks). Amid the abrupt interruptions and tumultuous, potentially transformative change that is currently challenging so very many firmly established expectations, attitudes, beliefs and behaviours, we offer these gatherings as opportunities to continue ongoing discourse among group members, with a focus on notions, theories, provocations and reflections on ‘continuit(ies)’ in arts practice.
Each of the three days will take on a different format in order to reflect the variety of modes that practice/research in the arts might be articulated. The event is free and open to all, and you may choose to attend one, two or three days. Each day requires you to book a place through the Eventbrite links included below.
EXCHANGE 1: Continuities... (120 minutes)
A General Panel in response to the theme, including four members of the PaR Working Group:
Annette Arlander (University of Helsinki)
Natalia Esling (University of British Columbia)
Priyanka Pathak (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
Johnmichael Rossi (University of Northampton)
Moderated by Bruce Barton (University of Calgary)
WHEN: Tuesday 14th July, 4pm-6pm (BST)
To reserve a space, book here: https://parcontinuitiesexchange1.eventbrite.com
EXCHANGE 2: ...In Practice (180 minutes)
A series of online workshops co-designed and co-facilitated by members of the Working Group, drawing from their continued practice in response to the theme. (Facilitators will be announced in July)
WHEN: Monday 20th July, 4pm-7pm (BST)
You may reserve a space for this event as a ‘Participant’ or as an ‘Observer.’ There is limited space for ‘participants,’ with the expectation that participants will take part in the facilitated workshops, with access to video/audio.
To reserve a space, book here: https://parcontinuitiesexchange2.eventbrite.com
EXCHANGE 3: …Future Continuities… (60 minutes)
An open forum to reflect upon the above exchanges and transition the event into an ongoing exchange.
Moderated by: Manola Gayatri (University of Witwatersrand)
WHEN: Thursday 23 July, 4pm-5pm (BST); followed by a virtual ‘happy hour’
To reserve a space, book here: https://parcontinuitiesexchange3.eventbrite.com
Any queries should be addressed to the PaR Working Group Conveners:
Bruce Barton, Manola Gayatri & Johnmichael Rossi@firstname.lastname@example.org
Digital Humanities Working Group
The Digital Humanities Working Group will meet on July 14 and 15 to present and discuss the scholarship of our members. Nine members of the working group will present their projects in 30-minute sessions. The meeting is open to all members of IFTR. A schedule is below:
Tuesday, July 14
9:30 Miguel Escobar Varela
10:00: Clarisse Bardiot
10:30: Nora Probst
11:00: Shirley Huston-Findley
11:30: Derek Miller
Wednesday, July 15
10:00: Gianna Druta
10:30: Ariadne Nunes
11:00: Anna Lawaetz
11:30: José Pedro.
For the Zoom login information, please email email@example.com
Translation, Adaptation and Dramaturgy
The Translation, Adaptation and Dramaturgy Working Group is meeting on Thursday 16th July at 10.30 BST for an AGM.
This is the zoom link:
Meeting ID: 991 3501 4533