The University of Warwick PhD Candidate, Centres for Theatre and Performance Studies & Applied Linguistics, ‘Mobilising languaging: Methodologies for decentering dominant language ideologies in applied performance praxis‘ supervision by Dr Yvette Hutchison & Professor Jo Angouri
Research in Drama Education: The journal of applied theatre and performance, ‘Facilitating departures from the monolingual orientation’ (in submission/first submission accepted with corrections)
Theatre Research International, Review, Explorations in Southern African Drama, Theatre and Performance. By Patrick J. Ebewo, more
South African Theatre Journal, Review, The Methuen drama guide to contemporary South African theatre, more
9th International Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI), ‘Towards translingual praxis: departures from monolingual facilitation’, University of Auckland, July 2018, watch video of presentation.
Sociolinguistics Symposium 22, ‘Considering actors’ embodied participation in improvisational activities’, Interdisciplinary Strand, University of Auckland, June 2018, more and abstract.
Theatre and Performance Seminar Series, ‘Facilitating translingual methodologies: beyond the monolingual orientation in applied performance praxis’, University of Warwick, January 2018, more & abstract.
PaR Lab: Pecha Kucha, ‘Performance devising processes as new discursive frames for sociolinguistic research’, University of Warwick, December 2017, more
Theatre and Performance Research Association (TaPRA), ‘Introducing language ideology’, Applied and Social Theatre, University of Salford, September 2017
Research Excellent Framework (REF) PhD Completion Fund, Warwick Graduate School, University of Warwick, 2019
Conference Bursary, Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick, 2018
TaPRA Bursury, Postdoctoral Researcher, September 2017
Commonwealth Scholarship Commission, Shared scholarship for doctoral research with The University of Warwick, 2015-2019
Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts, 2015 & 2016
Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, highest grade MA dissertation for Applied Theatre, through publication: The British Library archive, 2014
Leverhulme Trust, Research Project Fund, February-June 2014
Propel Arts Youth Arts WA, Y Culture Grant, 2007
Australia Business Arts Foundation, Arts-Business Match Grant, 2007
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Bachelor of Arts Regional Scholarship, 2004-2005
The University of Sydney, Research Administrator in the Department of Linguistics, School of Literature, Art and Media, August 2016
The Old Vic, Old Vic New Voices, Researcher, Housed by David Watson, London, January – July 2014
InsightShare, Researcher, Oxford, July – December 2014