Research Output per year
Tom Maguire is Head of the School of Arts & Humanities at Ulster University. His research engages with the relationships between performance, identity, place and power particularly in Britain and Ireland. He has published widely in the fields of Irish theatre and Scottish theatre, as well as in the areas of Theatre for Young Audiences and Storytelling Performance. He has also undertaken a number of heritage research projects, including the collection Heritage after Conflict: Northern Ireland, co-edited with Professor Elizabth Crooke in 2018.
He teaches on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and supervises research students in Drama and in Museums and Cultural Heritages.
PhD, University of Glasgow
1 Sep 1988 → 1 Jan 1992
Master, University of Edinburgh
Oct 1984 → Jun 1988
Member, Peer Review College, AHRC
Advisory Board Member, About Performance Journal
Chair of Board, Big Telly Theatre Company, Northern Ireland
Board Member, International Theatre for Young Audiences Research Network
- AM Museums (General). Collectors and collecting (General)
- Museum Studies
- PR English literature
- Theatre for Young Audiences
- Irish drama
- Scottish theatre
- applied theatre
Research output: Book/Report › Anthology
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter
Activities per year
Activity: Participating in or organising an event › Organising a conference, workshop, ...