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Dr. Sreenath Nair (University of Lincoln)

Phase 2 Principal Investigator
United Kingdom
College of Arts
University of Lincoln

Educated in India and UK, he received his PhD from the University of Aberystwyth, Wales in 2006. His research continues to explore embodied methodologies and practices of Kerala investigating the corporeal connections between the body, culture and performance epistemologies. He was awarded the Leverhulme Study Abroad Fellowship in 2011 and he took up the Scholar-in Residence appointment at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University in 2012. He is the Editor of Indian Theatre Journal ( Selected publications include: The Natyasastra and the Body in Performance (2015); Manikin Plays (2013); Evocative Body: Technique as Knowledge in Indian Theatre (Forthcoming);  “Rasatrialogue: the politics of the female body in Asian Performance” (2017); “The Metaphor of Circle: Stanislavsky, phenomenology of Roundness and High-Yoga” (2018). Co-Investigator of the Arts Council of England funded project, Lincolnshire Diversity in the Arts: Research and Development,  2016.

Sreenath is the Principal Investigator on the Phase 2 Large Grant project 'Tribal Education Methodology (TEM): Sustainable Education Through Heritage and Performance' (India).

Resource Archive

Search or browse the resource archive for films, reports, toolkits and other resources produced by the Changing the Story and its commissioned projects. Items written by Dr Sreenath Nair are listed below:

Project Update: Tribal Education Methodology (TEM)Blog (2020/07/04) Project Update: Tribal Education Methodology (TEM)Dr Sreenath Nair, , , india phase2 locationblog language-english subject-covid19
Consolidation, Learning and Evaluation in AsiaProject Principal Investigator, Sreenath Nair The South East Asia Consolidated Learning project will work across a selection of the existing CTS portfolio of projects to draw out key lessons learnt, …Dr Sreenath Nair, , , , , cambodia india malaysia nepal phase2 locationfilm subject-reflections