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  • MA Ethnochoreology | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Outreach Bealach Artists in Residence Cónaí Faculty Biographies Tutor and Guest Lecturers Biographies Research Research International Research Links and Projects Scholarships Current Postgraduate Research Completed Postgraduate Research Research Postgraduate Biographies Inbhear Journal of Irish Music and Dance Media Social Media Comhaimseartha Of Our Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology Aims and Objectives To provide a thorough grounding in the theory of and methods in Ethnochoreology and to consider dance within this academic framework To provide students with a theoretical framework to conduct dance research independently To allow students to develop conceptual and documentation skills necessary for undertaking field research To deepen an understanding and awareness of dance in its cultural context To encourage practical participation in dance and music To provide an essential foundation for those wishing to pursue dance research at Doctoral level To equip students with a professional qualification in Ethnochoreology The Master of Arts in Ethnochoreology will appeal to a broad spectrum of students from a wide variety of academic dance and musical backgrounds and who wish to benefit from the unique configuration of theoretical

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  • MA Ethnochoreology | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    BA Voice and Dance Certificate in Music and Dance Blas Summer School Accredited About Outreach Bealach Artists in Residence Cónaí Faculty Biographies Tutor and Guest Lecturers Biographies Research Research International Research Links and Projects Scholarships Current Postgraduate Research Completed Postgraduate Research Research Postgraduate Biographies Inbhear Journal of Irish Music and Dance Media Social Media Comhaimseartha Of Our Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology Programme of Study The course is a one year full time taught programme It consists of six three credit modules 4 core modules and 2 elective modules of lectures seminars tutorials and practicals these are divided equally between two fifteen week semesters The core modules address theoretical and practical aspects within the field of ethnochoreology The elective modules are self directed programmes of study which allow students to specialise further in an area of their programme specialisation or to select a project based on expertise available in the other areas of study available at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance including Dance Performance Irish Traditional Dance or Contemporary Dance Performance Ethnomusicology Irish Traditional

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  • MA Ethnochoreology | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology Programme Outline Autumn Semester DA5002 Methods in Ethnochoreology In this module students study the techniques and methods associated with ethnochoreological research The course includes relevant classes in ethnographic and fieldwork methods and ethics Labanotation is taught as a movement documentation tool Students are expected to compile a relevant portfolio of class assignments and to apply these techniques to an independent research project MD5501 IWAMD Autumn Elective This module offers students the opportunity to pursue self directed learning of an academic or performance based project under the guidance of the course director and an elective supervisor The student may wish to use the elective to pursue more specialised study in his her area of specialisation or to access the other areas of expertise available at the academy These currently include Ethnomusicology Irish Traditional Dance Performance Contemporary Dance Performance Irish Traditional Music Performance Chant Performance Classical String Performance Music Therapy Music Education Music Technology Ritual Studies Community Music and other specialist research interests of faculty and doctoral researchers at the academy Spring Semester DA5031 History of Irish Traditional Dance In this module students study the history theory and practice of Irish traditional dance practices the development of individual dance genres analysis of characteristic dance forms aspects of repertoire and style the development of specific performance contexts with special reference to patronage and aesthetic interest the body relevant literature and audio visual dance material In addition students are encouraged to participate in relevant dance workshops DA5022 World Dance Survey In this module students study selected world dance cultures In particular students are introduced to dance practices of Europe Asia Africa Polynesia and Australia Students develop

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  • MA Ethnochoreology | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Undergraduate Programmes BA Irish Music and Dance BA Voice and Dance Certificate in Music and Dance Blas Summer School Accredited About Outreach Bealach Artists in Residence Cónaí Faculty Biographies Tutor and Guest Lecturers Biographies Research Research International Research Links and Projects Scholarships Current Postgraduate Research Completed Postgraduate Research Research Postgraduate Biographies Inbhear Journal of Irish Music and Dance Media Social Media Comhaimseartha Of Our Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology Applications Entrance Requirements Primary degree in a suitable discipline e g dance music arts anthropology sociology folklore or related disciplines with first or second class honours or an approved professional qualification An interview will be required in all cases Candidates may be required to submit additional audio visual and or written material HOW TO APPLY http www ul ie graduateschool how apply http www ul ie graduateschool courses research irish world academy or Postgraduate Admissions Office Graduate School Foundation Building University of Limerick Tel 353 61 234377 Fax 353 61 233287 Email postgradadmissions ul ie UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK ACADEMIC CALENDAR http www ul ie acacal academic cal html

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  • MA Ethnochoreology | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Biographies Inbhear Journal of Irish Music and Dance Media Social Media Comhaimseartha Of Our Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology Testimonials As a graduate of the MA in Ethnochoreology the programme has provided me with a solid theoretical grounding and superb practical experience in field research I feel the programme has aided the development of both my conceptual and practical practice and has presented me with the opportunity to delve deeper into the research and understanding of dance I am delighted about being involved in a programme that is characterized by its willingness to embrace an open minded approach to the anthropological study of dance Jennifer de Brún The MA programme in Ethnochoreology has broadened my knowledge of cultural dance and increased my ability to examine movement as a possible reflection of the culture from which it originates I feel this course has prepared me to bridge gaps of cultural misunderstandings by drawing connections between cultures through movement I am currently involved in researching Ethiopian Traditional dances and their influences on my creative practices as a Western contemporary dancer RAS Mikey Courtney The MA in Ethnochoreology at the Irish World Academy gave me the invaluable chance to explore dance from a research based perspective via history and the social sciences while also engaging with the same dance traditions in my own body This unique approach to thinking writing and moving all in one setting provided me an opportunity to encounter the dance traditions of other cultures as well as enriched my understanding of my own dance practice I now work as both a professional dancer and dance researcher concertizing teaching and presenting at academic conferences on traditional music

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  • MA Ethnochoreology | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Education Music Uversity MA in Creative Process Undergraduate Programmes BA Irish Music and Dance BA Voice and Dance Certificate in Music and Dance Blas Summer School Accredited About Outreach Bealach Artists in Residence Cónaí Faculty Biographies Tutor and Guest Lecturers Biographies Research Research International Research Links and Projects Scholarships Current Postgraduate Research Completed Postgraduate Research Research Postgraduate Biographies Inbhear Journal of Irish Music and Dance Media Social Media Comhaimseartha Of Our Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology Contact Details Applicants wishing to discuss detailed elements of the programme may contact the course director Dr Catherine E Foley Course Director MA Ethnochoreology Room No IW1 22 Irish World Academy of Music and Dance University of Limerick Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 202922 Fax 353 61 202589 Email catherine e foley ul ie For further details information and brochures about the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance Irish World Academy of Music and Dance University of Limerick Limerick Ireland Phone 353 61 202590 e mail IrishWorldAcademy ul ie For queries to the University of Limerick Postgraduate Admissions Office Postgraduate

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  • MA Ethnochoreology | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology Introduction Dance or structured human movement practice is an important aspect of the lives of human beings the world over Ethnochoreology the study of dance movement and culture aims to extend our knowledge and understanding of diverse cultures and the movement experiences that these cultures offer Ethnochoreology is an academic interdisciplinary field and is inclusive of all dance or structured human movement practices Through critical examination of relevant literature within the social sciences exposure to diverse dance practices theory and practice first hand experience in the field and subsequent reflection on the process of doing fieldwork students of ethnochoreology document and examine the different meanings of dance and movement within the context of culture This assists in extending students horizons of understanding into how and why people move the way they do and what this tells us about the cultures from which these practices have emerged Designed and directed by Dr Catherine Foley the Master of Arts in Ethnochoreology was established in 1996 at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance and was the first programme of its type at any university in Europe In this pioneering spirit it continues to be a leading programme in The Master of Arts in Ethnochoreology is a one year fulltime taught postgraduate programme It offers specialised training in the history theory and methods of ethnochoreology while acknowledging the significance of practice in learning and in research It collaborates with other postgraduate programmes at the Academy such as the Master of Arts Degree in Irish Traditional Dance Performance and the Master of Arts Degree in Ethnomusicology It provides a strong foundation for doctoral research The Irish World Academy of Music and Dance offers a suite

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  • Dr. Colin Quigley | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    the creative process of an outstanding French Newfoundland fiddler He began work in east central Europe following 1989 and curated the 1999 Smithsonian Institution Folklife Festival Gateways to Romania exhibit While on a Fulbright senior research fellowship he investigated the inter ethnicity of dance and dance music in Transylvania Field recordings from this project are incorporated along with extensive annotation in the Indiana University EVIA Digital Archive www eviada org Links to some of his recent publications on this work can be found at www academia edu along with a curriculum vitae citing earlier work published in such journals as Ethnomusicology and the Yearbook for Traditional Music Colin worked for two years in Budapest observing its lively traditional and world music scene before moving to Ireland in 2008 He is a contributor to Inbhear the online journal for Irish music and Dance produced at IWA www inbhear ie the Chair of the Irish Music Study Group of the SEM and General founding Editor of Ethnomusicology Ireland the journal of the Irish National Committee of the ICTM www ictm ie A fiddler and banjo player himself he offers master classes and workshops in the fiddling and dancing of Newfoundland and the American South East Contact Details Dr Colin Quigley Room No IW2 23 Irish World Academy of Music and Dance University of Limerick Limerick Ireland tel 353 61 202966 fax 353 61 202589 e mail Colin quigley ul ie Filed Under Academic Staff Sorry comments are closed for this post Follow Us on Twitter 9 Feb Irish World Academy IWorldAcademy Getting ready for the launch today Exciting stuff RTERnaG UL IrishWorldAcademy pic twitter com gRHi4jTmH6 Expand reply retweet favorite 9 Feb Irish World Academy IWorldAcademy Come along to the launch of Ar Bhruach na Sionainne today in the Academy at 2

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