Monthly Archives: July 2010


In last week’s Times Higher Education, Christopher Innes provides a fairly damning review of a new book called “Sarah Kane in Context,” commenting that it “exposes all too revealingly some of the problems of current academic criticism: self-reflexive, self-referential, self-promoting.” … Continue reading

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Going again

I will be very interested to hear what you all say about this place, its rich. I once knew thickets of FASR Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal detail but how will I see it now? The place will have changed … Continue reading

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Site visit to Fountains Abbey

This week I made my first site visit to the Fountains Abbey / Studley Royal estate since we secured the network grant. I was reminded how perfect this site is as an exhibit of the way that humans here have … Continue reading

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Welcome to the new blogsite for the AHRC-funded network project, “Reflecting on Environmental Change through Site-based Performance.” Bit of a mouthful, I know, so suggestions for snappier titles warmly welcomed. In the meantime, the domain name will do! Members of … Continue reading

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