News & Events
'Sounding Conflict' Project is Shortlisted for Times Educational Awards 2020
Queen's University Belfast and Beyond Skin presented new Online Forum Teaching Module - Politics of Performance: From Negotiation to Display
Dr Julie Norman discusses 'Challenging Amnesia in Lebanon: Confronting the Past through Creative Activism'
Goldsmiths, University of London hosts virtual 56th Annual Conference of the Royal Musical Association.
Dr Jim Donaghey examines conflicting Punk imaginaries characterised as a conflict between the nostalgic and the contemporary.
Dr Jim Donaghey presented 'Punk Song Counter-Narratives to "War" and "Peace" in Northern Ireland, 1977-2020'
Research Team hosts 'Sounding Conflict' Symposium, the third annual event in the PaCCS (AHRC) funded interdisciplinary research programme ‘Sounding Conflict: From Resistance to Reconciliation’ (2017-21).
A keynote address from Dr Stefanie Lehner discussing performance of conflict and reconciliation in post-Agreement NI Theatre
Rethinking Critical Paradigms for contemporary Northern Irish Literature
Dr Stefanie Lehner discusses 'The Politics of Friendship in post-Troubles Literature'
Global Health Symposium
Professor Fiona Magowan discusses 'Paradoxes of Poverty: Enhancing Health and Wellbeing through an Intersectional Approach to Creativity'
A opportunity for chance for Queen's staff and students to engage with the work of major scholars from Queen's and other Universities, to discuss their work and the wider intellectual themes raised by that work.
Co-organiser Professor Fiona Magowan presented paper on 'Music, Marginality and Resilience: Performing Heritage as Adaptive Strategy'
Dr Jim Donaghey presents at interdisciplinary research initiative exploring reconciliation in post-conflict settings
Bringing together research and practice-led perspectives in a working forum
This panel explores entangled expressions of resistance and resilience through the emotional effects of sound and movements in everyday life to ritual or staged performances
Dr Jim Donaghey presents ‘Researching punk Indonesia: notes towards a non-exploitative insider methodology’ examining sounding conflict in cultural study and practice.
Dr Jim Donaghey discusses 'Queer DIY gigs as anarcha-feminist interventions’ at Porto's international scientific conference on underground music scenes, DIY cultures and related Sounding Conflict themes.
Professor Fiona Magowan explores 'Ethnomusicology and Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Politics of Persuasion and Peacebuilding' at the Annual U2 Conference held at Queen's University in Belfast.
Professor Fiona Magowan and Dr Jim Donaghey discuss the recent adoption and development of creative and innovative methodologies in the Sounding Conflict project to date.
Dr. Stefanie Lehner discusses legacy of Good Friday Agreement through reading of two 2015 theatre productions