Web Access Research Portal

Researcher: Hammond, PR (Mr Peter Hammond)

Fields of Research

Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
Visual Arts and Crafts

Research Objectives

The Performing Arts (incl. Theatre and Dance)
The Creative Arts (incl. Graphics and Craft)
Arts and Leisure
Expanding Knowledge in Psychology and Cognitive Sciences
Information and Communication Services

Career Best Publications

Franklin story told with polish

Research Publications

'Who has not sat nervously before the stage curtain of his heart?' (Rainer Maria Rilke, 1875-1926, Duineser Elegian no. 4)
A Savage Place
A very sustaining stew
A View From The Balcony
A'Men
Arts Tasmania Grant
Bush linked with the Bard in a parody of Shakespeare
Cataratamongarock
Community Theatre in the 1990s: a comparative study and critical discourse of smaller theatre companies in Australia and New Zealand
Conviction leads to new drama
Demon King
Demon King
Drama in historic homes
Dreams and Visions
Examining our convict past
FRAGILITY: the harsh encounter between Christian zeal and the indomitability of maternalism in Nick Enright's 'The Female Factory'
Franklin story told with polish
From Sunway with Love: how international students have influenced the Student Directed Festival
Headroom
Island Culture: Trying to Define Our Only Island State's Relationship to the Arts.'; ADSA
Molly Comes a Cropper
Mr Bligh's Third Mutiny
Nature, red in tooth and claw (In Memorium: Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1850)
Not all plain sailing for theatre group's play
Not easy, but a rewarding experience
Promenade to Murder
Ricochet from a road accident
Salmon Muse
Sex, War, Gods and a Few Funny Frocks
Silence puts the story of a survivor on stage
Student Directed Festivals: a very sustaining stew
Tamar Tidings
Tamar Tidings
TAMAR TIDINGS: a resurgence of community activism
Tasmanian Community Fund Grant
The Day the Sky Fell In
Theatrical Gems Remembered
Up for Grabs
When She's Good She's Very Good, But When She's Bad She's Better
Wierdo's

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision

Object to Object
Sonorous Theatre - Dark Voices in Revolt- Uniting the Core, Proximity and the Human Voice in Crisis
Traingulation in Performance- An Integration of Voice, Movement and Acting in Traditional and New Media Arts Performance