Susan Melrose

Susan Melrose, M ès L, DEA, Doctorat (Sorbonne Nlle) is Professor of Performance Arts and Research Convenor, Performing Arts, in the School of Arts, Middlesex University. After completing doctoral research in performance analysis at the Sorbonne (Nlle) in the early 1980s she established and ran postgraduate profession/vocation-linked theatre and performance studies courses at Central School of Speech and Drama and Rose Bruford College London. She has taught at universities in Turkey, France, Tunisia and Australia.
In a number of different publications, including R Butcher and S Melrose (eds), Rosemary Butcher: Choreography, Collisions and Collaborations, Middlesex University Press, 2005, she questions the appropriateness of certain discourse-apparatus-driven approaches to the analysis of performance, performance-making practices and expert practitioners.
She is widely published in the fields of performance analysis, performance writing and critical semiotics. A number of presentations and keynote papers are published at http://www.sfmelrose.u-net.com
Susan Melrose currently supervises or co-supervises higher and research degree candidates in areas including performance analysis, mask in performance training, professional music performance, choreographic signature, visual theatre and questions of discourse, performance documentation and "new technologies".




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