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  • Performing videogames : understanding digital play, agency, and engagement through live performance 

    Bergin, Dan (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Drama, 2013)
    This thesis Is a contribution to the fields of digital cultural studies, game studies, and studies of theatre and performance, I will consider the aesthetic, structural and technological exchanges, interactions, and ...
  • The articulation of the digital audiovisual medium in online video 

    Moran, Ruth Alexandra (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Drama, 2015)
    In contemporary digital culture all media forms have been subsumed into a single technology - digital data. Pre-digital media discourse was concerned with materially bound, and so physically delimited, forms of media. This ...
  • The drama of Oscar Wilde : contesting Victorian gender dynamics 

    Kerr, Aideen (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Drama, 2014)
    This thesis will analyse Oscar Wilde’s dramatic characters and propose that he challenged the typical Victorian gender roles on the stage, and re-imagined more modern modes of masculinity and femininity in his plays. In ...
  • The playfellow of Judas, J.M. Synge : Plays, politics and pre-Christian Ireland 

    Collins, Christopher (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Drama, 2013)
    This dissertation provides a cultural materialist reading of J.M. Synge's dramatisation of the cultural residue of pre-Christian Ireland in five of his seven plays: The Shadow of the Glen (1903), Riders to the Sea (1904), ...