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Barr, M., and Jackson, J.H., Enhancing delivery and assessment: a case study in module redesign for improved transition into Higher Education. Journal of Political Science Education (forthcoming).
Dryburgh, J., Location of possibilities: Exploring dance technique pedagogy through transformation and care. Journal of Dance Education (forthcoming).
Dryburgh, J., Unsettling Materials: Lively Tensions in Learning Through ‘Set Materials’ in the Dance Technique Class. Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices, 10.1. (forthcoming).
Irving, J., ‘What’s my Line?’ Performing Meaning in Mozart’s Chamber Music. Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 143(1), 255-265.
Araújo, L., Wasley, D., Perkins, R., Atkins, L., Redding, E., Ginsborg, J. & Williamon, A., Fit to Perform: An Investigation of Higher Education Music Students’ Perceptions, Attitudes, and Behaviors toward Health. Frontiers in Psychology: Performance Science, 8, 1558.
Brown, M.A. Howatson, G., Quin, E., Redding, E. & Stevens, E.J., Energy intake and energy expenditure of pre-professional female contemporary dancers. PLOS ONE Journal 12(2).
Jackson, J.H., and Price, C., Illuminating constellations of peer mentoring: the case of music programmes in higher education. Innovations in Education and Teaching International.
McDowell, J., Parry, N., Boyd, M., Playing the Bridge: exploring the sonic potential of Hull’s swing bridge as a giant musical instrument. BRIDGE: The Heritage of Connecting Places and Cultures.
Szram, A., Breaking musical barriers – using online learning to bring musicians together. 2nd International Paulo Freire Conference.(full paper to be published).
Dryburgh, J., and Jackson, J.H., Building a practice of learning together: Expanding the functions of feedback with the use of the flipchart in Contemporary Dance technique. Research in Dance Education, 17 (1).
Hayden, S., Complexity, Clarity and Contemporary British Orchestral Music. Tempo, 277, 63-78.
Redding, E., Lefebvre Sell, N., & Curtis-Jones, A., The value of sharing practitioner wisdom in a learning and teaching context for training contemporary dancers in a conservatoire. Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices, 8(2).
Beck, S., Redding, E., & Wyon, M. A. Methodological considerations for documenting the energy demand of dance activity: a review. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 568.
Irving, J., Creating Haydn’s Sonatas at the keyboard – Performer rights and responsibilities in Historical Performance. Journal of the Institute of Musicology of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 16, 31-46.
Wakeling, K., ‘We’re all on the path ourselves’: The ‘reflective practitioner’ in participatory arts with older people. Journal of Arts & Communities, 6 (2-3), 189-203.
Clark, J.O., Dance and Subtraction: Notes on Alain Badiou’s Inaesthetics. Dance Research Journal, 43 (2), 51-64.
Our staff also publish further research in periodicals and books. See our other Staff Publications.