PROJECTS

Embodied Emotions - Follow on

Ali Campbell

Ali Campbell (Principal Investigator)
Senior Lecturer, Applied Performance
Queen Mary University of London
Email: a.m.campbell@qmul.ac.uk

Ali Campbell has worked in the fields of Applied Performance and Development Theatre for twenty five years, including twenty at the Education Department of Glyndebourne Opera and nearly fifteen at Queen Mary, University of London... Read more on Ali Campbell's staff page at QMUL

Thomas Dixon

Dr Thomas Dixon (Co-Investigator)
Department of History, Queen Mary University of London

Email: t.m.dixon@qmul.ac.uk

Dr Thomas Dixon (Co-Investigator) is Senior Lecturer in History and Director of the Centre for the History of the Emotions at Queen Mary, University of London... Read more on Dr Dixon's staff page and the Centre for the History of the Emotions website.

Clare Whistler

Clare Whistler (Consultant)

www.clarewhistler.co.uk

Clare Whistler is a performance maker, an opera director, a movement director, dancer, choreographer, director of community and education arts projects. She has collaborated with Ali Campbell for 15 years.

Bhavesh Hindocha

Bhavesh Hindocha
Loud Minority Productions

www.loudminority.co.uk

Bhavesh Hindocha is a film maker based in East London, and director of Loud Minority Productions Ltd. His work is about communities, culture and progressive social change.

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