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Adaptations

Centre for Adaptations Overview

The Centre for Adaptations at De Montfort University is the hub of the International Association of Adaptation Studies with colleagues in the US, Australia and Europe.  It hosts the international journal, Adaptation (Oxford University Press) and runs annual seminar series and conferences, such as ‘From Theatre to Film – And Back Again!’ (19th February, 2014).  The work of colleagues in the Centre ranges from Shakespeare and film, biopics, theatre adaptations, 20th century drama, ‘bad adaptations’, early 20th century film adaptations and silent cinema.

The Centre for Adaptations at De Montfort University invites applications to the Midlands 3 Cities Doctoral Training Partnership from UK and EU students. Members of the Centre for Adaptations and their research interests are listed below:

Roger Apfelbaum:
Shakespeare and film

Damir Arsenijevic:
Poetry and memorialisation

Deborah Cartmell:
Shakespeare, adaptation theory, film adaptation in the era of sound, the author on film

Philip Cox:
Theatre adaptation

Ian Hunter:
Trash cinema, ‘bad adaptations’

Siobhan Keenan:
Shakespeare and adaptation

Jozefina Komporaly:
British and European theatre and performance

Claire Monk:
Heritage cinema and adaptation

Kenneth Morrison:
Adaptation, politics and history

Andy Mousley:
Humanism, autobiography, fairy tale adaptations

Deborah Mutch:
Gothic adaptation

Elinor Parsons:
Shakespeare and film

Laraine Porter:
Silent cinema

Stuart Price:
Conceptions of the state in Hollywood film, masculinity and film

James Russell:
Hollywood and adaptation

Dominic Shellard:
Post-war British theatre

Click here for the Centre for Adaptations website and here for the application page. 

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