The Kathleen Barker Award of the Society for Theatre Research: †to Lionel Burman, a retired curator and lecturer in Art History, for travel for work on a study of engraved portraits of 18th century actors printed onto Liverpool delftware tiles.
The Stephen Joseph Award of the Society for Theatre Research: †to Professor Mike Pearson†of Aberystwyth, for travel and recording materials for a symposium on the work of RAT Theatre and recording of the proceedings
Other Research Awards
Susan Croft, a freelance lecturer and researcher, for sound/camera technician, travel and photography for work on oral history video interviews with women active in the alternative theatre movement in the 70s and 80s.
Professor Christine Dymkowski†of Royal Holloway College, for travel, subsistence and photography for work on culturally significant British productions of Measure for Measure.
Moira Goff, a rare books librarian, for photography for illustrations to a book on Hester Santlow.
Stephen Huff, an American graduate student, for travel in connection with an article on a burlesque of Meyerbeer's L'Africaine.
John Opie, development assistant at the Hampstead Theatre, to help with publication of a book on the theatre for its 50th anniversary.
Millie Taylor, a lecturer at Winchester, as a subvention for a monograph on British Pantomime.
Dr David Wilmore, theatre consultant, for research into the James Winston papers on Georgian theatres.
Paul Elsam, as above.
Professor Mike Pearson, as above.
Dr Rose Whyman of Birmingham, for travel in the UK in connection with a book on Anton Chekhov.
Total awards granted in 2007 came to £6,100.
Research Awards Main Page
26th May 2008
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