About Jacqueline Bolton
Jacqueline Bolton is Senior Lecturer of Theatre and Drama in the College of Arts.
Jacqueline completed her AHRC-funded Collaborative Doctoral Award at the University of Leeds in conjunction with West Yorkshire Playhouse in 2011. Upon successful completion of her doctoral thesis, ‘Demarcating Dramaturgy: Mapping Theory onto Practice’, she was appointed Post-Graduate Research Assistant on the AHRC-funded project, ‘Giving Voice to the Nation: The Arts Council of Great Britain and the Development of Theatre and Performance in Britain 1945-1995’, a joint research venture between the University of Reading and the Victoria & Albert Museum. She spent a year with this project, working in the archives of the ACGB, before being appointed at the University of Lincoln.
I teach across all three years of undergraduate study, convene the MA Drama ‘Contemporary British Theatre’ pathway and currently supervise two PhD students in the area of contemporary British Theatre. I am Year Tutor for Level Three students and sit on the School’s Research Committee in my capacity as Co-ordinator of the LSFPA’s Contemporary Theatre-Making Research Group.
Contemporary British Playwriting; Dramaturgy; Simon Stephens; European theatre; British fringe theatre in the 1970s/80s. I am happy to take enquiries for postgraduate supervision in any of these areas.
PhD Drama (Dramaturgy and Literary Management)
— Workshop Theatre, School of English, University of Leeds, 2011
MA Arts Criticism
— City University, London, 2005
— Royal Holloway, University of London, 2004
Collaborative Doctoral Award
— Arts and Humanities Research Council,
MA Professional Preparation Award
— Arts and Humanities Research Board,
I am Associate Editor at Studies in Theatre and Performance and a member of the Editorial Board at Contemporary Theatre Review.