Research Output per year
Since opening in 2009, the Friel Theatre and Centre for Theatre Research consolidates the reputation of Drama at Queen’s which was acknowledged by the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise that rated the majority of our research as world-leading or internationally excellent and ranked our unit in the top ten.
Research in Drama comprises critical and practice-based methods and whilst recent activities and outputs primarily relate to Irish theatre, dramaturgy, post-conflict performance and applied theatre, our cluster specialisms also include theatre history and historiography, practice-as-research, theatre and medical ethics, modern European, and American drama. A number of academic staff have extensive professional experience working in the theatre industry and our department has superb connections to all local theatre institutions, companies, archives and arts organizations.
- School of Arts, English and Languages - Senior Lecturer
- The Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice
Transforming physiology tutorials for medical students through transdisciplinary collaboration with drama studies; taking the physiology tutorial from the page to real lifeRoe, S., McGahon, M., Parkinson, S., Tansey, E. & Murphy, P., Jul 2019, p. C025. 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Abstract
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Grant, David (Recipient), 03 Oct 2016
Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)
Murphy, Paul (Recipient), 02 Jul 2012
Prize: Other distinction
Activities per year
1 Media contribution
Press/Media: Public Engagement Activities
Franziska Schroeder (Participant), David Grant (Participant), Kurt Taroff (Participant), Cahal McLaughlin (Participant), Stefanie Lehner (Participant), Alex Murray (Participant), Sian Barber (Participant) & Paul Murphy (Participant)
Impact: Cultural Impact, Societial Impact