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Research-Based Theatre Lab Presentations

Below are yearly lists of presentations by Research-based Theatre Lab scholars. 

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2022

Belliveau, G., Lea, G., Cook, C., & Shigematsu, T. (November, 2022) Research-based Theatre & Narrative Inquiry [Webinar]. Neglected Narratives, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL), online. 

Belliveau, G., Cook, C., & Shigematsu, T. (October, 2022) Research-based Theatre [Webinar]. CREATE Centre, University of Sydney, online. https://youtu.be/bJ14RrnfEmM

Cook, C., Mabena, S., Hershler, L., Belliveau, G. & Shigematsu, T. (Septmeber, 2022). Research-based Theatre Lab. [Workshop]. Immersion Week, entrepreneurship @ UBC , University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada. 

Mabena, S. (July, 2022). Whose “voice” is it anyway?: Navigating Deaf and hearing voices in Performed Ethnography. [Paper presentation]. 10th International Drama in Education Research Institute, Coventry, England.

Cox, S., Vachon, W., Conrad, D., Lea, G., Nichols, J. (July, 2022). Ethics in Research-based theatre: Stories from the field Research-based theatre (RbT). [Panel]. 10th International Drama in Education Research Institute, Coventry, England.

Lea, G. (July, 2022). “I am becoming who is frustrating me!”: Live and Online Theatre Development Projects for Teacher Identity. [Paper presentation]. 10th International Drama in Education Research Institute, Coventry, England.

Belliveau, G., Lea, G. W., Cook, C., & Shigematsu, T. (July, 2022). “What is it, exactly?”: Exploring Research-based Theatre. [Workshop]. 10th International Drama in Education Research Institute, Coventry, England.

Hershler, L. (July, 2020). Four lenses: A multi-perspective approach to Research-based Theatre practitioner reflections. [Paper presentation]. 10th International Drama in Education Research Institute, Coventry, England.

Shigematsu, T. (July, 2022). The Art of Capturing Souls: Navigating the Complexities of Oral Histories. [Paper presentation]. IDEA World Congress, Reykjavik, Iceland.

Cook, C. (July, 2022). Voyage boldly: Into the transverse [Paper presentation]. 10th International Drama in Education Research Institute, Coventry, England.

Lea, G. W. (July, 2022). Research-based Theatre: Exploring interdisciplinary possibilities [Workshop]. IDEA World Congress, Reykjavik, Iceland.

Belliveau, G., Lea, G. W., Cook, C., & Shigematsu, T. (July, 2022). Research-based Theatre: Exploring interdisciplinary possibilities [Workshop]. IDEA World Congress, Reykjavik, Iceland.

Lea, G. & Cook, C. (January, 2022) Liz Lurman's Critical Response Method in Research-based Theatre [Invited Talk] Histories Research Cluster, University of British Columbia, online. 

2021

Gladwin, D., Belliveau, G., Lea, G. W. (April, 2021). Massy Reads: Arts-based approaches to well-being education [Invited talk]. UBC-V Public Humanities Hub, University of British Columbia, online. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUzRJDyMgoQ

Jarus T., Mayer Y., Cook C., Bulk L., Lee M., Hershler L., & Belliveau, G. (April, 2021). On the stage: A theatre performance about the experiential knowledge and dilemmas of students and clinicians with disabilities in healthcare programs [Plenary session]. Canadian Conference on Medical Education, online.

Belliveau, G. Son histoire, mon histoire: An explorationof Acadian history [Workshop] Histories Research Cluster, University of British Columbia, online. 

Jarus T., Mayer Y., Cook C., Bulk L., Lee M., Hershler L., & Belliveau, G. (April, 2021). Alone in the Ring: Research-Based Theatre Performance [Invited keynote session]. 2021 Coalition for Disability Access in Health Science Education Symposium, online.

Belliveau, G., Cook, C., & Shigematsu, T. (March, 2021).Creative Possibilities for Knowledge Mobilization Through Research-based Theatre [Invited talk]. Open Circle Series, RESEAU CMI, online. https://youtu.be/EH8-j0kpctM

Mohseni, M., Belliveau, G., & Shigematsu, T. & Cook, C. (Septmeber, 2021). Research-based Theatre Lab. [Workshop]. Immersion Week, entrepreneurship @ UBC, University of British Columbia, Online. 

2020

Belliveau, G., Lea, G. W., Cook, C., Shigematsu, T. Bokenfohr, L, & Gartshide, T. (2020, December 12). Research-based Theatre and Contact!Unload [Invited talk]. Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.

Cox, S., & Lee, M. (2020, December 3). Don’t Rock the Boat: Graduate supervision and wellbeing [Invited talk]. Thriving Beyond Campuses: Roundtable discussion. Online.

Belliveau, G., Cook, C., Shigematsu, T., Jarus, T., Cox, S., Mayer, Y. (2020, November 20). Introducing Research-based Theatre [Invited talk]. Faculty of Education Research Initiative, McGill University, Montreal, PQ, Canada.

Jafine, H., & Lea, G. W. (2020, November 4). Verbatim theatre: Theatre for health communication. A workshop conducted at the Family Medicine Forum, Online. 

Belliveau, G., Cook, C., Shigematsu, T., Mabena, S., Hershler, L. Jarus, T., Cox, S. (2020, October 16-17). Introducing Research-based Theatre onstage and online [Conference presentation]. Artful Inquiry Research 3rd International Symposium, McGill University, Montreal, PQ, Canada.

Cox, S. M.,  Krabbe, J., Lee, M., Maragha, T., & Smithdeal, M. (2020, October 7).  Don’t Rock the Boat: Using Research-Based Theatre to create dialogue about graduate supervision and wellbeing. CHES Celebration of Scholarship, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Jarus T., Mayer Y., Cook C., Bulk L., Lee M., Hershler L., Nichols, J., & Belliveau, G. (2020, October 7) Alone in the Ring: Research-based Theatre [Closing plenary]. CHES Celebration of Scholarship, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Lea, G. W. (2020, February 5). Beyond criteria: Guideposts for assessing arts-based research. Workshop conducted at the European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, St. Julians, Malta. 

Lea, G. W. (2020, February 5). Goal-oriented forms of assessment of arts-based research. In C. Vanover (Chair), Assessing performance-based research: Chicago Butoh: The Studio@620 performance. Panel conducted at the European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, St Julians, Malta.

Vanover, C., Mcdermott, M., Lea, G. W., Devin Jones, B., Schanae, J., Tricomi, L., Anguiano, A., & Taylor, T. (2020, February 7). Talking about assessment in arts-based research: Chicago Butoh: The Studio@620 performance. Workshop conducted at the European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, St Julians, Malta.

Belliveau, G.  & Garthside, T. (2020). Theatre with veterans: A pathway towards well-being [Invited talk]. Synergies Lecture Series on Arts, Health and Well-being, online presentation.

2019

Belliveau, G. (2019). Arts-based methods/research-based theatre and engagement workshop [Invited talk]. Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, UBC, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Belliveau, G., Cox. S., Nichols, J., Cook, C., & Lea, G. W. (2019). Evaluating audience impact: A mixed method approach in Research-based Theatre [conference presentation]. American Society for Theatre Research, Washington, DC, United States.

Lea, G.W., Belliveau, G., Fels, L., Marshall, C., & Garthside, T. (2019). Contact!Unload [Invited talk]. Canadian Society for the Study of Education. Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Jarus, T. & Belliveau, G. (2019). Teaching as a scholarly activity: Using Research-based Theatre in the classroom [Invited talk]. UBC Centre for Teaching and Learning, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Jarus, T. (2019, December 11). Professionals have disabilities? Theatre as a tool to disrupt the discourse on disabled health professionals [Conference presentation]. 4th Professional Practice, Education and Learning (ProPEL), Sydney, Australia.

Nichols, J., Cox, S., Guillemin, M. (2019, October 23) Research-based Theatre in health: Exploring possibilities and navigating challenges. [Conference presentation]. Qualitative Health Research Conference 2019, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Cox, S., Lee, M., Guillemin, M., & Mabena, S. (2019, October 27) Graduate Supervisory Relationships and Wellbeing: A case study in Research-based Theatre. [Conference presentation]. Qualitative Health Research Conference 2019. Vancuver, BC, Canada.

Mayer, Y., Jarus, T.  (2019, October 23). From knowledge to action, using art to translate knowledge in qualitative health research [Conference presentation]. Qualitative Health Research Conference 2019, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Mayer, Y., Jarus, T., Belliveau, G., Cook, C., Bulk, L. Y., Graf, H., Lee, M., Nichols, J., Hershler, L. D., Button, S.  (2019, October 23). Research-based theatre as a knowledge translation tool in qualitative health research [Conference presentation]. Qualitative Health Research Conference 2019, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Belliveau, G. (2019, October 19). Research-based Theatre and wellbeing - Transcending boundaries: Interdisciplinary conversations [Invited talk]. School of Music, UBC, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Jarus, T. Belliveau, G., Mayer, Y., Cook, C., Bulk, L., Graf, H., Lee, M., Hershler, L., Button, S., & Nichols, J. (2019, October 7) Alone in the Ring: Research-based Theatre as an instructional tool in health education [Conference presentation]. Celebration of Health Education Scholarship Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Jarus, T., Belliveau,  G., Mayer, Y., Cook, C., Bulk, L., Graf, H., Lee, M., Hershler, L. (2019, June 1-3) Alone in the ring: Research-based Theatre as a tool to promote inclusion and equity for people with disabilities in healthcare professions [Conference presentation]. Canadian Disability Studies Association-Association/canadienne d'etudes sur le handicap (CDSA-ACÉI) 2019 Conference, Vancouver, BC, CA.

Lea. G. W., & Beti, B. (2019, June 4). The echo of why: Addressing challenging teaching experiences through forum theatre. Paper presented at the Canadian Association for Teacher Education / Canadian Society for the Study of Education conference, Vancouver, Canada. 

Belliveau, G., Bokenfohr, L. Cook, C., Mabena, S. & Charles, G.  (2019, June 3-4). Unload performance and talkback [Featured event]. Congress 2019. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

Mohseni, M., Cook, C., & Belliveau, G (2019, June 24). Collaborative innovation for small water systems [Conference presentation]. International Water Association conference, Toronto, ON, Canada.

Belliveau, G., Bokenfohr, L., Cook, C., Mabena, S.  & Charles, G. (2019, May 15). Unload [Featured performance and talk]. Knowledge Exchange, Candid Conversations. UBC Robson Square, Vancouver, BC.

Jarus, T., Belliveau, G., Mayer, Y, Cook, C., Bulk, L., Graph, H., Lee, M., Hershler, L. (2019, May 6-10). Alone in the Ring: Bringing disability experiences in healthcare professions to the theatre front stage [Conference presentation]. NNDR 2019 Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Cox, S., Belliveau, G., Lea, G. W., Cook, C., & Charles, G. (2019, April 11-14). Examining the ethics of Research-based Theatre through the work of the UBC Collaborative [Invited panel]. NYU Educational Theatre & Drama Therapy Forum 2019: Theatre & Health, New York, NY, United States.

Belliveau, G., Lepere, R., Low, K., & Kingston, P. (2019, April 11-14). What can theatre contribute to health [Invited conference plenary panel]. NYU Educational Theatre & Drama Therapy Forum 2019: Theatre & Health, New York, NY, United States.

Lea, G. W. (2019, April 6). Goal-oriented forms of assessment of arts-based. In T. O. Harris (Chair), Assessing arts-based research in a post-truth era. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Division D – Measurement and Evaluation of the American Educational Research Association, Toronto, Canada.

Lea, G. W. (2019, April 6). Theorizing assessment in arts-based research. In T. O. Harris (Chair), Arts-based research methods as innovation and aesthetic responsibility. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the Arts and Inquiry in the Visual and Performing Arts in Education SIG of the American Educational Research Association, Toronto, Canada.