Global Majority and Diasporic Performance
The Department of Drama is committed to sharing economic and cultural resources between the Global North and the Global South, which has entailed building new research infrastructures that support the work of scholars, artists and their communities in the Global South. This has been complemented by scholarship, curation, and performance-making that investigate the social experiences of global majority and diasporic communities around the world.
- Plays Two: I Stand Corrected; Asara and the Sea-Monstress; Oranges and Stones; The Interrogation of Sandra Bland; STARS by Mojisola Adebayo
- 'Left to ‘Biyaasi Number’: Cultural Activism and Political Street Theatre in Delhi' by Swati Arora
- Mojisola Adebayo Performance Portfolio
- A Season of Bangla Drama by Ali Campbell
- PIECEs (Pakistan and India - Enhancing the Effectiveness of Community-based care) by Paul Heritage (People’s Palace Projects)
- Roots of Resilience by Paul Heritage (People’s Palace Projects)
- The Challenge of the Xingu: Indigenous cultures in the Museum of the Future by Paul Heritage (People’s Palace Projects)
- Museum of Colour (in collaboration with PPP)
- Poetry Versus Colonialism by Pen Woods
- Jen Harvie – Specialist Advisor on the 2017 House of Lords Select Committee of Communications Inquiry into the Theatre Industry.