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1. Tutor Introduction
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5/15/2015 8:55:33 AM
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10. Participation
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5/15/2015 9:18:04 AM
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12. Foot Exercises
In this short practical video Jonathan introduces you to the bedrock of biomechanics – the simple movement of feet to a rhythm, shifting weight from side to side.
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5/15/2015 9:21:25 AM
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13. Ball Exercises
The focus for this simple video is throwing a ball, using the key biomechanical rhythm of intention, action and endpoint, or otkaz, posil and tochka.
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5/15/2015 9:23:06 AM
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16. Preparation to shake and shake
Using techniques of animation this, and the following two videos, introduce you to selected parts of Meyerhold’s étude, the slap. It builds on your experience working with sticks and balls, using the same threefold biomechanical rhythm. But now the focus is on your body and its ability to move rhythmically and stylistically.
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5/15/2015 9:27:36 AM
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17. Preparation to slap and taking aim
Using techniques of animation, this video focuses on the next two actions of the étude the Slap.
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5/15/2015 9:30:02 AM
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19. How to document a training exercise
This video sets the scene for three kinds of documentation: writing, still images, moving images. At the end Jonathan invites you to look at some historical examples of these kinds of documentation and consider how best you would like to record your experiences.
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5/15/2015 9:38:25 AM
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2. Approaching theatre history
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5/15/2015 8:59:17 AM
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20. Panel discussion - defining characteristics
In this first part of our expert panel discussion, Robert Leach, Amy Skinner and Terence Mann consider the defining characteristics of Meyerhold’s Theatre and debate the term Realism in relation to Russian performance.
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5/15/2015 9:40:29 AM
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23. Terence Mann - Case Study
We begin with Terence Mann and a discussion about biomechanics and visual theatre. Terence is currently a Senior Lecturer and Course Leader at the University of Central Lancashire where he specialised in researching and teaching Meyerhold’s Theatrical Biomechanics.
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5/15/2015 9:46:22 AM
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24. Anna Fenmore - Case Study
Dr Anna Fenemore describes the range of performers she works with and supports as well as the variety of traditions she embraces in her own training and approach to making contemporary performance. Anna is a lecturer and Postgraduate Research Tutor in the School of Performance and Cultural Industries at the University of Leeds. Her teaching expertise is in physical and devised performance.
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5/15/2015 9:48:14 AM
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4. The growth of Actor Training
The 20th century saw huge developments in the training of actors, across the world, but focused perhaps most intensively in Europe. In this video Jonathan introduces you to some of these developments, organised into traditions of actor training, geographically and culturally.
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5/15/2015 9:05:45 AM
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9. Working safely
All activities should take place at a safe distance away from others. You will need to have competent throwing and catching skills and follow recommendations on choice of equipment detailed in the course material. You should assume that equipment may fall out of your control and take necessary steps to deal with this safely. In preparation, this video will help to ensure that you are able to work safely and you have the information needed to make the most of the practical activities.
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5/15/2015 9:16:03 AM
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BA English Literature and Theatre Studies at Leeds
Professor Jane Taylor, Wole Soyinka Chair of Drama and Theatre Studies, narrates this short clip of our final year students exploring and performing their own version of Molière's The Imaginary Invalid as part of a final year module. The clip shows how our students develop throughout the module.
Professor Jane Taylor
7/18/2014 4:05:00 PM
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Continental Popular Music and Cultural Polices in Contemporary Britain roundtable discussion
Leeds Humanities Research Institute (LHRI) workshop convened by Dr Isabelle Marc, and chaired by Professor David Platten.
Dr Isabelle Marc
12/12/2014 2:30:00 PM
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Continental Popular Music and Cultural Polices in Contemporary Britain with Ben Mandelson
Leeds Humanities Research Institute (LHRI) workshop convened by Dr Isabelle Marc, and chaired by Professor David Platten.
Ben Mandelson
12/12/2014 2:25:00 PM
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Continental Popular Music and Cultural Polices in Contemporary Britain with Craig Monk
Leeds Humanities Research Institute (LHRI) workshop convened by Dr Isabelle Marc, and chaired by Professor David Platten.
Craig Monk
12/12/2014 2:30:00 PM
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Continental Popular Music and Cultural Polices in Contemporary Britain with Eric Vandepoorter
Leeds Humanities Research Institute (LHRI) workshop convened by Dr Isabelle Marc, and chaired by Professor David Platten.
Eric Vandepoorter
12/12/2014 2:45:00 PM
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Continental Popular Music and Cultural Polices in Contemporary Britain with Inaki Abad Leguina
Leeds Humanities Research Institute (LHRI) workshop convened by Dr Isabelle Marc, and chaired by Professor David Platten.
Inaki Abad Leguina
12/12/2014 2:55:00 PM
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Continental Popular Music and Cultural Polices in Contemporary Britain with Simon Warner
Leeds Humanities Research Institute (LHRI) workshop convened by Dr Isabelle Marc, and chaired by Professor David Platten.
Dr Simon Warner
12/12/2014 3:00:00 PM
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Continental Popular Music and Cultural Polices in Contemporary Britain with Steve Mead
Leeds Humanities Research Institute (LHRI) workshop convened by Dr Isabelle Marc, and chaired by Professor David Platten.
Steve Mead
12/12/2014 3:05:00 PM
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Dostoevsky Day welcome cartoon
A short cartoon to welcome guests to the Dostoevsky Day held at the University of Leeds, created by web artist Eduard Chasovitin.
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2/5/2016 2:53:50 PM
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Dr A.O'Grady-PCI Welcome.mov
Dr Alice O'Grady, Head of the School of Performance and Cultural Industries welcomes students to the school.
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7/22/2015 12:13:49 PM
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Dr Helen Finch - Universities Week
Helen, Associate Professor of German from the School of Modern Languages and Cultures answers a question from a Twitter user, and explains the importance of studying languages and culture.
Dr Helen Finch
6/12/2014 9:05:00 AM
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Facets of Classics (History): Is this Sparta?
Facets of Classics is a series of workshops for A-Level students of philosophy, history, languages and literature, who do not have the opportunity to study classics at school. The workshops are designed to help students apply the skills they have learnt in other disciplines to studying classical material, in order to empower them to take on a new subject at university. The workshops are designed to draw key connections between a subjects they already study and classics. In the history workshop, "Is this Sparta?", students identify and challenge modern portrayals of the Spartans through source evaluation; comparing films, video games and marketing with archaeological sites, artefacts and ancient texts. In this video the workshop leader, Maria Haley, explains more about the content.
Maria Haley
8/8/2016 9:30:56 AM
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Facets of Classics (Literature): The Ragged Pyrrhus and Hamlet's Revenge
Facets of Classics is a series of workshops for A-Level students of philosophy, history, languages and literature, who do not have the opportunity to study classics at school. The workshops are designed to help students apply the skills they have learnt in other disciplines to studying classical material, in order to empower them to take on a new subject at university. The workshops are designed to draw key connections between a subjects they already study and classics. The literature workshop, "The Ragged Pyrrhus and Hamlet's Revenge", sees students unlock the secrets of Shakespeare's most famous tragedy by unravelling the classical references in his reeling revenge speech. In this video Maria Haley, the workshop leader, explains more about the session content.
Maria Haley
8/8/2016 9:47:59 AM
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Facets of Classics (Philosophy): The Meaning of the Golden Mean
Facets of Classics is a series of workshops for A-Level students of philosophy, history, languages and literature, who do not have the opportunity to study classics at school. The workshops are designed to help students apply the skills they have learnt in other disciplines to studying classical material, in order to empower them to take on a new subject at university. The workshops are designed to draw key connections between a subjects they already study and classics. The philosophy workshop, "The Meaning of the Golden Mean", designed with clear connections to the A-Level syllabus, gives students an overview of ancient epistemology, before delving into ethics. Here we ask learners to solve modern problems with ancient wisdom. In this video Maria Haley, the workshop leader, explains more about the content.
Maria Haley
8/8/2016 9:43:53 AM
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Facets of Classics: an introduction
Facets of Classics is a series of workshops for A-Level students of philosophy, history, languages and literature, who do not have the opportunity to study classics at school. The workshops are designed to help students apply the skills they have learnt in other disciplines to studying classical material, in order to empower them to take on a new subject at university. The workshops are designed to draw key connections between a subjects they already study and classics. In this video Maria Haley, the workshop leader, introduces the whole workshop series.
Maria Haley
8/8/2016 10:01:55 AM
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First Mehri children's ebook
Modern South Arabian Languages ebook
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2/15/2018 3:15:07 PM
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Janet Watson LaNatSEA Resources 3
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3/12/2018 10:03:46 AM
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Languages for All - Charlotte (Advanced German)
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9/5/2017 3:15:41 PM
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Languages for All - Shrea (Lower Intermediate Mandarin)
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9/5/2017 3:17:24 PM
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Leeds International Summer School with Dr Alice Crossley
Module leader Dr Alice Crossley discusses Victorian literature and works of the Brontë sisters, including a trip to Haworth to experience the setting of the novels.
Dr Alice Crossley
12/19/2014 11:15:00 AM
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Lisa Fagin Davis: International Medieval Congress at 25
"Multiple kinds of medievalists are at home here." Executive Director of the Medieval Academy of America Lisa Fagin Davis talks about the role and importance of the International Medieval Congress, ahead of the 25th annual IMC in 2018.
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4/5/2018 10:28:32 AM
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MA Performance Design
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10/29/2015 3:02:13 PM
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MA Writing for Performance and Publication
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10/29/2015 3:05:26 PM
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mixed effects modeling wkshp - day 2 part 1
University of Leeds
5/15/2017 12:02:04 PM
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mixed effects modeling wkshp day 2 part 2
University of Leeds
5/15/2017 1:37:46 PM
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Mixed-effect modelling wkshp - DAY 1 Part 1
University of Leeds
5/8/2017 12:00:09 PM
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Piano competition
Test video
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7/31/2015 7:37:25 AM
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Resurgence Of Vinyl
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12/8/2015 10:05:51 AM
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Roundtable 1_7/2/2015
University of Leeds
7/2/2015 9:04:44 AM
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Roundtable 2_7/2/2015
University of Leeds
7/2/2015 12:20:27 PM
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Roundtable 5_7/3/2015
University of Leeds
7/3/2015 12:19:51 PM
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Roundtable podcast Soft Power Cinema and the BRICS
Roundtable podcast Soft Power Cinema and the BRICS - Professor Stephanie Dennison
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3/29/2018 10:28:29 AM
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Simon Popple discusses his REF 2014 impact case study
Simon Popple, Deputy Head of the School of Media and Communication outlines his collaboration with the BBC to open up archival resources to a wider audience.
Simon Popple
12/11/2014 10:30:00 AM
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Study Abroad and Work Placement Years for Leeds historians
History students at Leeds discuss their Study Abroad and Work Placement years while studying at Leeds. Find out more: https://www.leeds.ac.uk/arts/info/20041/school_of_history
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12/16/2016 11:39:19 AM
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Using Primary Sources Intro 2
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5/18/2016 3:54:22 PM
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Writing Chinese public event: New Writing from East Asia
A selection of author readings and Q & A, held in the morning of Saturday 4 July 2015, in conjunction with Leeds Writers Circle. Featured authors are Jeremy Tiang, James Shea and Murong Xuecun. The venue is the Northern Ballet Theatre in Leeds.
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7/28/2015 2:56:24 PM
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Writing the perfect Eurovision song
Musicologist Professor Derek Scott explores the elements that make up a 'perfect' Eurovision Song Contest entry. Professor Scott has analysed over fifty years of Eurovision entries in a bid to investigate the secret to success in the competition. His song, 'Be Nice to Nice People' is based on the findings of his research and incorporates elements which he believes to be key to avoiding the dreaded 'nul-points' and taking the coveted top spot in the biggest music event of the year.\n\nInterview originally recorded in 2011.
Professor Derek Scott
5/10/2013 9:45:00 AM
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