Medusa Symposium Panelist – Dr. Lise Uytterhoeven

31 January 2019

Introducing the next Medusa Creative Minds Symposium panelist, Dr. Lise Uytterhoeven – Dance Researcher 

Dr Lise Uytterhoeven is Senior Lecturer and Head of Learning & Teaching at London Studio Centre, where she focuses on dance historiography, critical theory and choreographic practices. She holds a BA Dance Education from CODARTS (Rotterdam, The Netherlands) and an MA (Distinction) Dance Studies and PhD from University of Surrey, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Lise is currently finalising her monograph Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui: Dramaturgy and Engaged Spectatorship.

She has published in Contemporary Theatre ReviewResearch in Dance EducationThe Bloomsbury Companion to Dance Studies (ed. Sherril Dodds, forthcoming), The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Ballet (ed. Kathrina Farrugia-Kriel & Jill Nunes Jensen, forthcoming) and The Ethics of Art (ed. Guy Cools & Pascal Gielen). Her study guide What Moves You? Shaping your dissertation in dance (2017), co-written with Charlotte Nichol, is published by Routledge. Lise is the Chair of the Society for Dance Research and a member of the Associate Board of Dance Research.

Medusa Creative Minds Symposium is free but ticketed. Please email or to reserve your space or book here.

Where:  Colyer-Fergusson Building, University of Kent
When: Friday 1 February 18.00 – 20.00

Photo Credit: Grace Gelder