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Exploring Techniques and Practices from the IDIERI 9 Workshops (Part 4)

Delegates at the 9th International Drama in Education Research Institute were treated to an abundance of exciting and engaging practical workshops during the 7-day event. To give you a flavour of what was on offer, the Dialogue team...

Exploring Techniques and Practices from the IDIERI 9 Workshops (Part 2)

Delegates at the 9th International Drama in Education Research Institute were treated to an abundance of exciting and engaging practical workshops during the 7-day event. To give you a flavour of what was on offer, the Dialogue team...

Exploring Techniques and Practices from the IDIERI 9 Workshops (Part 6)

Delegates at the 9th International Drama in Education Research Institute were treated to an abundance of exciting and engaging practical workshops during the 7-day event. To give you a flavour of what was on offer, the Dialogue team...

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...

Madge Hair: Writing on Gumbaynggirr Country for Co-Created Theatre as Decolonising Practice

This presentation analyses the challenges and processes of cocreating pieces of musical theatre inspired by and responding to storylines from Gumbaynggirr country, mid-north coast, New South Wales. The central question posed by the presenter’s...

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...

Rachel Rhoades: Ethnodrama of Intersectionality: Neoliberalism & Youth Resistance in Toronto

The 12 Toronto youth in my ethnodrama study strive to survive neoliberal individualism that distances them from intimate peer connections and from knowledge of and strategic resistances toward the systemic injustices within the world....

Oom Piet’s Story

As part of their 'Our Story, Your Story' project, Clowns Without Borders South Africa ran a series of Intercultural Workshops, involving participants from the communities of Touwsranten and Hoekwil. The sessions were an opportunity for participants to develop...