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Performing Arts: Welcome

ADH Drop-ins

Librarians are now joining CLaSS in offering regular drop-in sessions in the Learning Development Zone of the Kimberlin Library. Every week during term-time there will be a librarian in the sessions on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 2-3pm. Bring along your queries relating to finding information, using databases, referencing or other library related issues.  

Subject news

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What's in this Guide?

 

This guide is where you can find out about the resources and support provided by the Library.

Use the tabs above to explore:

  • What resources are available in the Library
  • How to use the resources effectively
  • Where to go to for help if you get stuck

If you find that this guide doesn't help to answer your enquiry then get in touch with your subject librarian. Contact details are on the right-hand side of the screen.

Related guides

Below is a list of other guides that you may find useful

New Books

The Future of Live

Liveness is a persistent and much-debated concept in media studies. Until recently, it was associated primarily with broadcast media, and television in particular. However, the emergence of social media has brought new forms of liveness into effect. 

Mapping Multimodal Performance Studies

This book is a first attempt to map the broad context of performance studies from a multimodal perspective. 

Media Transformation

This is a methodical study of the material and mental limits and possibilities of transferring information and media traits among dissimilar media. Ellestr#65533;m proposes a model for pinpointing the most vital conceptual entities and stages in intermedial transfers involving different media types such as speech, writing, music, films, and websites.

Theatre for Children in Hospital

Recent decades have seen a new appreciation develop for applied theater and the role of arts-based activities in health care. This book looks specifically at the place of theater for children who are hospitalized, showing how powerfully it can enhance their social and mental well-being. 

Subject Librarian

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Carol Keddie
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