Dr Cami Rowe

Lecturer in Applied Theatre/Socially Engaged Theatre

Profile

Cami Rowe works across the disciplines of Theatre, Performance and International Politics. She holds a BA, MA and MPhil in Drama and a PhD in International Relations. Her research addresses the theatrical elements of global politics and related applied theatre and performance practices. She has particular expertise in issues of war and militarisation, as well as acts of political resistance by marginalised groups and individuals. She is presently developing a monograph that explores creative resistance in the context of digital populism. Additional areas of interest include protest performance, intercultural theatre, national identities, and youth and community theatre practices.

Cami is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She convenes LICA180 Introduction to Theatre Studies and contributes to teaching and practical supervision on second and third year modules. She currently supervises four PhD students and welcomes inquiries from potential students working in the areas of applied and political theatre, global politics and performance, theatre and national identities, and protest performance.