Politics Society

You will have access to unique workplace networks in inner London through the work placement option and outward-facing modules. Students often undertake both paid and voluntary opportunities to enhance their career profile. In the third year, you will develop your own independent research and produce practical projects that can be a launching pad for your future career. The study of each particular performance, company, play or practice will be contextualised within the political and social issues of its time period. In this way you will gain a sense of the rich diversity of theatrical responses to major events of the time period. In addition, you will engage in readings and activities that further their understanding of theatre history as an academic practice.

  • This module looks at playwrights and other theatre-makers both from France and from Africa, the Caribbean and Canada who tackle France’s colonial past, and its postcolonial present.
  • Membership is only £3 a year and offers automatic access to our member-only events and early-bird access to our open events.
  • This option focuses on the creative interaction between writing, dramaturgy, directing and performance – from generating written text to the live theatrical event.
  • You should only upload official documents issued by your institution and any transcript not in English should be accompanied by a certified translation.

If you are looking to get involved in journalism or just fancy sharing your ideas, you should consider getting involved with Perspectives – the home of student political commentary. We publish a termly edition ffs-dz.com of the magazine – with articles regularly published online – and host a biweekly radio show on RAW 1251AM. The Politics and International Relations Society is one of the most recognisable on campus.

Politics & International Relations Society

You will be required to supply supporting documents with your application, including references and an official transcript. See ‘How to apply’ for instructions on the documents you will need and how these will be assessed. Nonetheless, each application will be assessed upon its own merits, and so candidates with a degree in an unrelated discipline should demonstrate the relevance of their academic background to their proposed subject or topic of study.

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BA Hons Drama: Performance, Politics and Society

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Equivalent qualifications

Each student will keep an individual research log, which will evidence their participation in the group’s research process. This will include informal reflections on key sources, methodologies, and observations/interactions with the Company. One departmental visit will take place in the autumn term to a London venue to see the work of a company working integrally with the idea of the ensemble, or for whom ensemble training is a core process. Students will be asked to write a 1000 word essay analysing the show and drawing on the language of Performance Analysis and Ensemble Practice, which are introduced and explained in the seminar discussions. This component enables you to begin to acquire a critical vocabulary with which to ‘read’ the entirety of a performance, and to articulate your responses accordingly.

We will examine the different ways that writers, directors, actors and dramaturges can collaborate together to compose a text. We will reference existing texts and use a variety of experiential dramaturgical processes to generate and explore new ones. Texts may include new plays, radical re-workings of existing texts, adaptations from other media and verbatim. This specialism focuses on critically engaging with, experiencing, making and reflecting upon performance that is born out of devising processes. You will gain the abilities to choose and develop your own generating material, to self-direct, self-train, compose and design as appropriate, and to programme and manage a Devised Performance. Key theoretical scholarship will be considered each week alongside related play texts, videos or documentary sources.

In accordance with the University’s obligations towards students and staff, we will ask you to declare any relevant, unspent criminal convictions before you can take up a place at Oxford. Where possible your academic supervisor will not change for the duration of your course. However, it may be necessary to assign a new academic supervisor during the course of study or before registration for reasons which might include illness, sabbatical leave, parental leave or change in employment. In the first year, you must complete core classes and tutorials in European Governance and a programme of research methods training, which includes core courses in statistics and research design and specialised elective courses. The MPhil in Politics is an advanced two-year graduate degree which provides training in research techniques and methodology and enables you to acquire substantive knowledge in this sub-area of the discipline.

Students will explore the process of creating ensemble performance in response to studies of key plays and how they can be interpreted in contemporary contexts. Performances can be located in any space that is not designated as a theatre and students will explore playfulness in the context of site-specificity and site responsiveness. An understanding of Space is central to this module; that it generates its own narratives and meanings and that space has political resonances.