Performing Mobile Identities Full Schedule

Below is the schedule for the Performing Mobile Identities symposium which will take place at Roehampton next Wednesday(10th September). If you’d like to register for the event, you can do so here: (£35/£20 unwaged).

Performing mobile identities – schedule
Note: Graeme Miller’s installation Beheld will be available to visit throughout the day.
09:00    Registration & tea/coffee
09:30    Welcome
09:35    Keynote from Deirdre Heddon (Glasgow), ‘“The steps got me”: the variable dis/pleasures of walking’
10:15    Keynote from Emma Cox (Royal Holloway), ‘Human remains, mobile possessions: performing repatriation in postcolonial Europe’
10:55    Tea/coffee break
11:15    Panel 1
Cami Rowe (Goldsmiths), ‘Divided Identities: The Performativity of Family Migration in the United Kingdom’
Fiona Wilkie (Roehampton), ‘World in Motion?: the Brazilian World Cup and alternative performances of football’
Kirstin Smith (Queen Mary), ‘Walking in the City: The ‘Go-as-you-please’ Race’
12:30    Performance lecture: Mick Douglas (RMIT), walked works
13:10    Lunch
14:00    Artist’s talk: Graeme Miller on Beheld.
14:30    Panel 2
Chikukuango Cuxima-Zwa (Brunel), ‘Diaspora Migration and Identity: Symbolic Ritual and Performance in Britain’
Natasha Davis (Warwick), ‘Identity and migration explored through performance-as-research project Internal Terrains’
15:30    Tea/coffee break
15:45    Panel 3
Emily Orley (Roehampton), ‘Travelling the page: an experiment in place-writing’
Ximena Alarcón (University of the Arts London), ‘Interfaces for listening, performing, and becoming: the quest of an émigré artist’
16:45    Performance: Amaara Raheem, Hestia
17:30    Wine and informal discussion
18:00    Performance: Chris Dobrowolski, All Roads Lead to Rome
End 19:00. After the event, all are welcome to join us at a local pub, the King’s Head, for dinner.