Timi Isaac O’Neill
I am the Programme Manager of the Doctorate of Professional Practice in Art and Design (Prof Doc) Part 1 in UWTSD’s Swansea College of Art and festival director of the Copper Coast International Film Festival.
My current academic research areas are split between exploring the influence Judaism had upon the work of Samuel Beckett and decolonialising research within art and design.
Tel: +44 (0)1792 481221
Full academic profile
- 'Storytelling as a decolonising pedagogy for teaching Chinese art and design students', The Asian Conference on Education; 2022
- The Paris Conference on Art and Humanities; June 2022
- Wales NEXUS Conference (annual learning and teaching conference); 2022
- Wales NEXUS Conference (annual learning and teaching conference); March 2016
- Hidden Pleasures Contemporary Performance Practices, UWTSD annual conference; 2015
- Swansea College of art Fringe Festival October; 2015
- ‘Hidden Pleasures' Contemporary Performance Practices, UWTSD annual conference; 2014
- O’Neill,T Historical trauma and imprisonment in Samuel Beckett’s short prose in Writing from the Margins: The Aesthetics of Disruption in the Irish Short Story ed by Dr. C.Ryan (Cambridge Scholars, 2015)
- O’Neill, T Is Marx Relevant today?
- O’Neill, T Foucault, and the cyber Panopticon