Tina Carter (PhD) is continuing to research circus (and aerial in particular) in different ways, both through practice (as her UNfrIQUE project demonstrates) and through writing and presenting papers at conferences. She presented her most recent paper, Circus & the missing M, at the OTHERHOOD: CIRCUS & IDENTITY conference in Zagreb. She hopes to extend her research into Circus & the Art of Ageing, and is in the process of looking for funders to support the work. Meanwhile she has been invited to present a short paper for an upcoming online and peer-reviewed journal based on her paper Is the 21st Century disabled artiste un-freaking or re-freaking circus? that was presented at CIRCUS & ITS OTHERS conference in Montreal earlier in 2016.


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