Harriet Richmond is a Senior Lecturer in Work-Based Learning within Northampton Business School. Harriet has over twenty years experience of working in Higher Education, including teaching, curriculum development, research project management and work-based and related learning. Harriet is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Areas of interest include:
- Work-based and related learning
- Research methods for work-based learning
- Pedagogy and formation of professional identity
- Theatre history and scenography
- Reflection and reflective practice
Harriet’s research interests reflect two related areas of experience and interest: the relationship between professional identity and creative practice. Through doctoral research, she is considering the ways in which the professional identities and practices of those who create the visual aspect of theatre scenography are shaped by pedagogy. Harriet is registered at the University of Birmingham for a PhD in Drama, entitled ‘The relationship between theatre design pedagogy, professional identity and creative practice.’ (Completion expected 2018).
- Richmond, H. E. (2016) Relationships between power and agency: the role of the ‘theatre designer’ in performance-making processes. Paper presented to: 32nd European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) Colloquium: Organizing in the Shadow of Power, Naples, 07-09 July 2016.
- Richmond, H. E. (2015) The relationship between professional identity and pedagogy: using objects in narrative inquiry interviews. Paper presented to: Northampton Business School Research Conference, The University of Northampton, 18 June 2015. (Unpublished)
- Richmond, H. E. (2014) The Motley Theatre Design Course: documenting theatre design pedagogy. Invited Presentation presented to: Theatre and Performance Research Association (TaPRA) Conference 2014, Royal Holloway, University of London, London, 03-05 September 2014. (Unpublished)