Ms Liselle Terret


NameMs Liselle Terret
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Email addressl.terret@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteArts & Creative Industries

Research outputs

An Overview of Performing Arts as They Relate to Disability in the United Kingdom

Terret, L. 2018. An Overview of Performing Arts as They Relate to Disability in the United Kingdom. in: Castaño, A. (ed.) Jornadas sobre la Inclusión Social y la Educación en las Artes Escénicas (2009-2018) El Instituto Nacional de las Artes Escénicas y de la Música (INAEM). pp. 251-259

Who’s Got the Power?: Performance and Self Advocacy for People with Learning Disabilities, London

Terret, L. 2008. Who’s Got the Power?: Performance and Self Advocacy for People with Learning Disabilities, London. in: Prentki, T. and Preston, S. (ed.) The Applied Theatre Reader Routledge. pp. 336-344

The Boy in the Dress: queering Mantle of the Expert

Terret, L. 2013. The Boy in the Dress: queering Mantle of the Expert. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance. 18 (2), pp. 192-195.

Move Over, There's Room Enough: Performance Making Diploma: training for learning disabled adults

Mackey, S. and Terret, L. 2015. Move Over, There's Room Enough: Performance Making Diploma: training for learning disabled adults. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance. 20 (4), pp. 506-510.

Repositioning the Learning-Disabled Performing Arts Student as Critical Facilitator

Terret, L. 2016. Repositioning the Learning-Disabled Performing Arts Student as Critical Facilitator. in: Preston, Sheila (ed.) Applied Theatre: Facilitation Pedagogies, Practices, Resilience Methuen Drama. pp. 131-150

Defiant Bodies: A Punk Rock Crip Queer Cabaret, Cripping and Queering Emancipatory Disability Research

Selwyn, E. and Terret, L. 2018. Defiant Bodies: A Punk Rock Crip Queer Cabaret, Cripping and Queering Emancipatory Disability Research. in: Duffy, P., Hatton, C. and Sallis, P. (ed.) Drama Research Methods: Provocations of Practice Sense Publishers. pp. 161-180
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