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Elizabeth Anderson and Marsha Finlay: But that’s not right, is it Miss? Colonisation and...

This paper tells of collaborative research in which two primary school teachers designed drama work to help their students navigate challenging journeys. From safe New Zealand classrooms, students used drama to look at the...

Q&A with Gaenor Stoate, Lucy Lott, Moe Gregorzewski, Eva Göksel, and Martha Lamont

https://youtu.be/mTRuTi_7msI Gaenor Stoate is a teaching fellow at the University of Waikato, lecturing in the Faculty of Education on secondary drama curriculum papers and also in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences where she teaches...

Moe Gregorzewski: Interventions of Otherness? Developing a Critical Transcultural Pedagogy through Applied Theatre

I will explore how postcolonial perspectives on culture and migration can inform the development of a process drama-based Applied Theatre practice that encourages social responsibility and critical citizenship amongst young people. Developing such pedagogical...

Deanna Borland-Sentinella: Navigating the Distance to Desired Futures

Arundhati Roy says “another world is not only possible … on quiet days I can hear her breathing” … but is a distant echo enough for people to feel enabled to create change when...

Patrick Pheasant: Looking for Gold: International Students’ Aesthetic Experience in Language Education and Process...

Based on current research conducted at an Australian University English Language Centre, this paper explores parallels between a process drama in 2012 with international students studying in Australia and immigrants in London in 1850...

IDIERI 9: Day 7 Twitter Roundup

The last day of 9th International Drama in Education Research Institute was no less exciting than those that came before it - with some excellent presentations, a vote on the host city for the next IDIERI,...

IDIERI 9: Day 6 Twitter Roundup

The penultimate day of the 9th International Drama in Education Research Institute was jam-packed with concurrent sessions - papers, panels, and workshops. Keep reading for a summary of the tweets from the day. https://twitter.com/cfrenchtweeting/status/1015356825305149440 https://twitter.com/ginippi/status/1015362438122704896 https://twitter.com/talulahcortes/status/1015377436324720640 https://twitter.com/c_and_t/status/1015381828407001088 https://twitter.com/c_and_t/status/1015382790697816076 https://twitter.com/selinabusby/status/1015391474136109056 https://twitter.com/adelina_ong/status/1015554778548469760 https://twitter.com/jendibella/status/1015431562005901312 https://twitter.com/DramaResearch/status/1015443372473892865 https://twitter.com/DramaResearch/status/1015455293193351168 https://twitter.com/thepollstar/status/1015574667069874182

Alison O’Grady: Human Rights and Critical Consciousness For Personal Practice

Hath not a Jew hands, organs, dimensions, senses, affections, passions?... If you prick us, do we not bleed? The Merchant of Venice – Shakespeare Act 3, scene 1 How do we learn to be human...

Michael Finneran: Distance and tyranny: Understanding drama, democracy & politics

Drama claims a unique relationship with democracy, politics and citizenship. We assert it as our birthright: borne from the ancient Greeks to Brecht; from Boal to Dario Fo. How sustainable is the claim? How...

Wan-Jung Wang: Combating Climate Change and Bridging the Distance Through Community-based Musical Praxes in...

Distances are created by geographical locations, ideological cultural construction and social classes, race, nationalities and gender. Facing the drastic climate change and continuous natural disasters brought by typhoons, flood as well as Tsunami and...