Doctoral Research

Practice as Research Ph.D, LICA, Lancaster University

In 2016 Louise was awarded a Ph.D. in Theatre Studies from Lancaster Institute of the Contemporary Arts, Lancaster University.  The title of her written thesis is: ‘Emplacing, Re-Imaging and Transforming ‘Missing’ Life-Events: A Feminine Sublime Approach to the Creation of Socially Engaged Scenography in Site-Specific Walking-Performance in Rural Landscapes’. 

Writing

Ongoing, Books, Articles, Papers

Louise's published books inlcude Mulliontide: A Guide for Walkers and Warnscale: A Land Mark Walk Reflecting On In/Fertility And Childlessness. She has written articles and chapters for a number of book and journals.

Teaching

Ongoing, Various Universities

Louise works as a visiting lecturer at undergraduate and postgraduate level at a number of universities. She is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and has a number of teaching qualifications including the Supporting Learning Programme (SLP), awarded by Lancaster University.

Talks

Ongoing, Various Locations

Louise is regularly invited, or selected, to exhibit her work and present her practice and research at a conferences and symposiums as well as in the press, media and on radio broadcasts. Louise is project and artistic advisor and member of the advisory board for the research project Performing Landscapes: Mountains.