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My PhD research looks specifically at the relationship between Dance and Trauma Studies, considering how we respond creatively to socially traumatic events, with a specific interest in 9/11 and the works created around this event. As part of my research I will be taking a two-month trip to New York to collect data which will help develop and inform my research.
Lisa Wilson is a fully-funded PhD candidate at the Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) at Coventry University in the UK. She achieved both her BA and MA (dissertation awarded 1st class) in Dance at The University of Wolverhampton. She has recently been teaching research methods and contextual studies on the undergraduate Dance degree course as part of the Performing Arts team at The University of Wolverhampton. Lisa is also a practitioner with experience of choreography; performance production and administration; and teaching Ballet, Jazz and Contemporary technique.
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