Publications

BOOK CHAPTERS

Brooks, P (2021 Pending) Intermediality: Performing the liminal in the dance work Falling

Brooks, P. (2020) Dancing from a Distance: International Collaboration in Higher Education via the Internet. In Savrami, K (Ed.) Dancing Dialogues Vol II: A collection of Articles from Choros International Dance Journal (2012-2018). Athens: Dian Publishers. http://dian.gr/en/product/dancing-dialogues-vii/

Brooks, P (2015) Semantic web solutions to support reflective learning in the creative and performing arts. In Wankel, C. & Stachowicz-Stanusch, A. (Eds) Emerging Web 3.0/Semantic Web Applications in Higher Education: Growing Personalization and Wider Interconnections in Learning, Information Age Publishing, Charlotte NC. ISSN PB 978-1 68123-146-4; HC 978-1-68123-147-1 EB 978-1-68123-148-8

PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS

Brooks, P. (2014) Dancing together: two halves of a whole, Revista Eletrônica MAPA D2 MAPA E PROGRAMA DE ARTES EM DANÇA (E PERFORMANCE) DIGITAL, 1(1)http://www.portalseer.ufba.br/index.php/mapad2/

Brooks, P. (2014) Performers creators and audience: co-participants in an interconnected model of performance and creative process, Research in Dance Education, 15(2): 120-137. ISSN: 1464-7893 (Print) 1470-1111 (Online) DOI: 10.1080/14647893.2014.891846 http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14647893.2014.891846

Brooks, P (2013) "Dancing from a Distance: International Collaboration in Higher Education via the Internet", Choros International Dance Journal, 2: http://www.chorosjournal.com/issues.asp?magID=2

Brooks, P & Kahlich, L (2013) “Dancing Across the Pond: Telematic Pedagogy and Performance”, Journal of Dance Education, 13(1):12-22.

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15290824.2012.658123?journalCode=ujod20

Brooks, P. (July 2012) ‘Dancing with the Web: students bring meaning to the semantic web', Journal of Technology Pedagogy and Education, 21(2):189-212.

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/1475939X.2012.697400

Brooks, P (2010)Creating new spaces: Dancing in a telematic world’, International Journal of Performing Arts and Digital Media, 6 (1):49-60

http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/intellect/padm/2010/00000006/00000001/art00005;jsessionid=1gl41rvf0ot4b.alice

.Brooks. P. & Kahlich, L., (2009) ’Reflections on a two-year joint international project using web-cam technology to create new opportunities for student choreographic collaboration’’, Innovations In Practice, 2, (1):41-48 http://ljmu.ac.uk/ECL/ECL_docs/CETL_Journal_Vol2_1.pdf

Brooks, P. (2008) ‘Remediation of Moving Bodies: Aesthetic Perceptions of a Live, Digitised and Animated Dance Performance’, Culture Language and Representation Cultural Studies Journal of Universitat Jaume, 6: 85-100. http://www.raco.cat/index.php/CLR/article/viewPDFInterstitial/226338/307936

PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Brooks, P (2008) “First Contact: Boldly using technology to teach dance across the Atlantic Divide” for Enhanced Learning and Teaching in H.E Conference Proceedings, 1st International Conference on Teaching & Learning, TARC College 2008, Malaysia.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Kahlich, L & Brooks, P “New Frontiers for Aesthetic Pedagogy: Web-cam technology as a partner in creating new places and spaces for collaboration”, SDHS Conference Proceedings , June 2009

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Brooks, P., Carr, D., & Walton. A., (2010) Enhancing students’ professional competency, employability and entrepreneurial skills through project-based learning, LJMU 'Learning for a Complex

Brooks, P., Carr, D., & Walton. A., (2010) Enhancing students’ professional competency, employability and entrepreneurial skills through real-world project-based learning, Surrey University, ‘Educating for the Real world’, 29 September 2010.

Brooks, P (2009) Boldly going: Online Connected International Learning Communities, LJMU TLA Conference, April 2009.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

2019

Brooks, P. & Kahlich, L. Creation and Performance: somatic realities in the live and Virtual; The Creative Process: Choreography, Choice-Making and Communication, National Dance

Education Organisation, Hyatt Regency, Miami, Florida, USA. 23-26 October 2019.

Brooks, P. Creating in the liminal performance space between live and digital dance worlds – with specific reference to the Dance work “Falling”; Interdisciplinary conference Mind the Gap: Liminal Spaces, Images and Texts, Trinity College Dublin, 12-14 June 2019.

2018

Brooks, P. Artistic practice and research in academia: finding my feet – and my voice. Symposium on Practice as Research in the Performing Arts June, University of Bedfordshire, June 6-7 2018.

2017

Brooks, P. Invited Speaker: Dancing from a distance, two halves of a whole: internationalcollaboration in teaching and learning through videoconferencing. JISC Digi Fest 2017, ICC

Birmingham, 14-15 March

Brooks, P. International Telematic performing: Using the Internet and video conferencing to bring Performers together for creating and performing, A Celebration of women’s Research at LJMU, Liverpool Royal Court on 14th March 2017

2016

Brooks, P & Carr, D. Moving online/going global: creative collaboration from a distance, DanceHE symposium Sustaining the Discipline: Embedding the Right to Dance in the C21st. Jointly hosted by the Northern School of Contemporary Dance, School of Film, Music and Performing Arts Leeds Beckett University and School of Performance and Cultural Industries, University of Leeds, 28th-29th October 2016

Brooks, P. Blending the Traditional with the innovative – making theatre global International Federation of Theatre Research Stockholm University, 13-17 June 2016.

Brooks, P. Choreographing the Narrative: Northern Ballet’s production of the Great Gatsby, Centre for Adaptation, De Montfort University, Leicester Dance & Adaptation conference, 2 March 2016.

2015

Brooks, P., Kahlich, L., Pierre-Louis, B., Walton, A. Making Connections: Dance and Music Telematic Project; Interactive session. LJMU Research in Action Day, St George’s Hall, Liverpool, 26 June 2015.

Brooks, P. Through the Fifth Wall: A new creative place for performing arts and pedagogy in Higher Education, LJMU Faculty of Education, Health and Community Annual Research Conference, 24 June 2015.

Brooks, P., and Leaver, F. New Locations for Learning: engaging students through creating interactive learning worksites. Liverpool John Moores University LTA Conference 17-18 June .

Brooks, P., Ferguson, P., Kahlich, L., Burton, K., and Dempster, K. Making Connections: Through the Fifth Wall Network Performing Arts Production Workshop, 4-6 May, Royal College of Music, London.

Brooks, P. 2nd Bi-annual Conference of the International Society for Intermedial Studies (ISIS) University of Utrecht, 16-18 April, Playing across the Pond: Intermedial Telematic Dance performance.

2014

Brooks, P. International Federation for Theatre Research (IFTR) WORLD CONGRESS, University of Warwick, 28 July – 1 August 2014, Visceral and Virtual: multiple layering of perspectives and connections in intermedial telematic dance performances

Brooks, P. Choreographing the Narrative: Northern Ballet’s Production of The Great Gatsby, Faculty of Education, Health and Community Annual Research Conference. 27 June 2014.

Brooks, P. Mutant beings: Two halves of a whole. PechaKucha, Higher Education Academy: Heroes and monsters extra-ordinary tales of learning and teaching in the arts and humanities. The Lowry, Salford Quays, Manchester 2 – 4 June 2014.

2013

Brooks, P. Dancing at the World’s Fair: Northern Ballet’s Production of The Great Gatsby, Twelfth International F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference, Troy University, Alabama, USA.

Brooks, P., Using Video Conferencing creatively to develop international student collaboration, Liverpool John Moores University TLA Conference 19-20 June 2013.

Brooks, P., Carr. D., & Leaver, F. The Wild Bunch: Tales from the North West, Higher Education Academy, Storyville: Exploring narratives of learning and teaching. The Arts and Humanities Annual Conference, 29-30 May 2013.

Brooks, P. Dancing with the Net: videoconferencing as a means to creative collaboration in HE across the Atlantic Divide, Networkshop 41 April 9-11 2013, Keele University.

2012

Brooks, P. and Tracy. F. Reflective use of videos: students as partners in design and development. Liverpool John Moores University TLA Conference 12-13 June 2012.

Brooks, P Collaborating and dancing across the Atlantic Divide: How the Internet can bring students together into an international community. Pedagogies of Hope and Opportunity: Higher Education Academy, The Arts and Humanities Annual Conference, 29-30 May 2012.

2011

Brooks, P. Pedagogy and Performance in a Telematic Performance Site LJMU ECL Faculty Research Conference, 1 July 2011

2010

Brooks, P., Carr. D., & Walton, A. Enhancing students’ professional competency, employability and entrepreneurial skills through real-world project-based learning: The Student View, ‘Educating for the Real World: Surrey University, 29 September, 2010

Brooks, P. & Kahlich, L . The Pond and Pedagogy: Time Zones, Virtualspaces and Performance, Digital Resources for the Humanities and the Arts Conference: “Sensual Technologies” at Brunel University, 5-8 September, 2010.

2009

Brooks, P., & Kahlich, L. New Frontiers for Aesthetic Pedagogy: Web-cam technology as a partner in creating new places and spaces for collaboration, Society of Dance History Scholars “,Topographies: Sites, Bodies, Technologies”, Stanford University, California June 19-22, 2009

Brooks, P. Part of CETL KEY NOTE speakers: at Liverpool John Moores University TLA Conferemce, 21 April 2009

2008

Brooks, P. First Contact: Boldly using technology to teach dance across the Atlantic Divide Enhanced Learning and Teaching in H.E.’, TARC College, Malaysia, 4-5 August 2008

2007

Brooks, P. First Contact: Using Technology to Facilitate International Collaborative Enquiry into Teaching and Learning at ‘Informing the Curriculum:Celebrating the Importance of Research’ LJMU Faculty of Education, Community and Leisure Research and Scholarly Activity Conference Programme, 29 June 2007

Brooks, P. First Contact: Boldly going where others should not seek to follow at ‘World: Facilitating Enquiry’ Learning through Enquiry CETL Alliance Annual Conference at University of Surrey, 25-27 June 2007

Brooks, P. Melding live and screen performance: so is it dance? at Moves International Screen Choreography Conference, ManchesterMetropolitan University, 12-13 June 2007

Brooks, P. Interface: Looking at bodies in live, filmed and digitised performance, at ‘The Turn to Aesthetics; International Aesthetics Conference’ Liverpool Hope University June 5-8, 2007

2006

Brooks, P. Creating an undergraduate dance company: how following a professional model to deliver WBL at Level 3 and integrating PDP as a Careers programme has enhanced students’ professional competency with Darren Carr & Angela Walton, at Liverpool John Moores University TLA Conference, 26-27 April 2006

Brooks, P. Interface: the development of live and digitised performance at Liverpool John Moores University TLA Conference, 26-27 April 2006

2002

Brooks, P. Juggling to Balance:the lecturer as artist, teacher, researcher and administrator in the 21st Century in H.E. at ‘Finding the Balance : Dance in Further and Higher Education in the 21st Century’ at Liverpool John Moores University 21-23 June 2002

2000

Brooks, P. Choreographing Movement AND Sound: A Performance Project using Bodies and Soundbeam ® at 'Dancing with the Mouse: Texas Style' at Texas Christian University 12-15 Oct. 2000

1999

Brooks, P. Dancing in an interactive sound environment: moving with the SoundBeam at NDA International Conference ‘Dancing with the Mouse’, Winthrop University, South Carolina