Job: Principal Lecturer in Dance
Faculty: Arts, Design and Humanities
School/department: School of Visual and Performing Arts
Research group(s): Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Dance
Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH
T: +44 (0)116 257 7395
Jayne teaches on undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Dance and Performing Arts. Before teaching full time at DMU, she choreographed and performed as an independent dance artist and as co-director of Glasshouses Dance Company. Her roles within the University have included Head of Dance (until 2016) and Head of Pedagogic Research in the Centre for Excellence in Performance Arts (2005-09). Jayne was one of the first recipients of a National Teaching Fellowship in 2000. Recent and ongoing projects involve working closely with professional organisations, including the Akram Khan Dance Company and People Dancing to develop resources and opportunities that enhance learning for current and future students.
Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Dance
Click here for a full listing of Jayne Stevens' publications and outputs.
Current research focuses on:
Principal investigator: ‘The Museum of Us: Archiving Community Dance’, an Exchange Collaborative Research Award (HEFCE & Arts Council England). DMU and People Dancing (2016-17)
‘The Museum of Us: Archiving Community Dance’, an Exchange Collaborative Research Award (HEFCE & Arts Council England) with People Dancing (2016-17)
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