International Performance Research Pedagogies

Towards an Unconditional Discipline?
 
 
Palgrave Macmillan (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 23. August 2018
 
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  • Softcover
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  • 256 Seiten
978-3-319-85281-2 (ISBN)
 
This book offers a unique and much-needed interrogation of the broader questions surrounding international performance research which are pertinent to the present and the future of Theatre and Performance studies. Marking the completion of eight years of the Erasmus Mundus MA Programme in International Performance Research (MAIPR) - a programme run jointly by the universities of Warwick (UK), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Helsinki/Tampere (Finland), Arts in Belgrade (Serbia), and Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) - the essays in this volume take stock of the achievements, insights and challenges of what international performance research is or ought to be about. By reflecting on the discipline of Performance Studies using the MAIPR programme as a case study in point, the volume addresses the broader question of the critical link between the discipline of Performance Studies and humanities education in general, examining their interactions in the contemporary university in the context of globalisation.
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017
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Springer International Publishing
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XIX, 235 p.
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  • Breite: 148 mm
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  • Dicke: 13 mm
  • 336 gr
978-3-319-85281-2 (9783319852812)
10.1007/978-3-319-53943-0
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Sruti Bala is Assistant Professor in Theatre Studies at the University of Amsterdam.

Milija Gluhovic is Associate Professor of Theatre and Performance at the University of Warwick.

Hanna Korsberg is Professor of Theatre Research at the University of Helsinki and was Vice-President of the IFTR 2015-2019.

Kati Röttger is Professor and Chair of the Institute of Theatre Studies at the University of Amsterdam.

Acknowledgements.- 1. Foreword: Toward Pedagogies of Hope: Searching for Ecosanity in Paradoxical Times; Baz Kershaw.- 2. Introduction: International Performance Research Pedagogies: Towards an Unconditional Discipline?; Sruti Bala, Milija Gluhovic, Hanna Korsberg and Kati Röttger.- 3. International Education and Critical Pedagogy: The MAIPR Idea; Janelle Reinelt.- 4. Towards a Pedagogy of Cultural Translation: Challenges for an International Classroom;- 5. Scattered Speculations on the 'Internationalisation' of Performance Research; Sruti Bala.- 6. The University as a Public and Autonomous Sphere: Between Enlightenment Ideas and Market Demands; Milena Dragicevic seSic and Silvija Jestrovic.- 7. The Global Graduate - Graduating in the Era of the Neoliberal University; Juan Aldape and Lisa Skwirblies.- 8. Liminal Performativity: Militant Research between the University and its Outside; Iman Ganji.- 9. Ethnography in/as Performance: On the Politics and Ethics of Ethnography in International Performance Research; Michelle Nicholson and Teilhard Paradela.- 10. Towards a Pedagogy of Practice as Research; Mark Fleishman.- 11. Practice-informed Pedagogies of Cultural Unlearning; Urmimala Sarkar Munshi.- 12. Vantage Points: Pedagogy on Body-Based Performance; Peta Tait.- 13. Teaching Spatial Theory and Theatre 'Site-Specifically'; Joanne Tompkins.- 14. Pathways into Performance Curation; Will Peterson.- 15. A Turn in Teaching and Learning: The Transnational Classroom in an International Setting; Hanna Korsberg and Outi Lahtinen.- 16. Co-curating the Curriculum: The Politics of International Performance Pedagogy; Gargi Bharadwaj and Lonneke van Heugten.- 17. Curation as Mediation between Art and Knowledge Production; Barbara Orel.- Bibliography.- Contributors.
This book offers a unique and much-needed interrogation of the broader questions surrounding international performance research which are pertinent to the present and the future of Theatre and Performance studies. Marking the completion of eight years of the Erasmus Mundus MA Programme in International Performance Research (MAIPR) - a programme run jointly by the universities of Warwick (UK), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Helsinki/Tampere (Finland), Arts in Belgrade (Serbia), and Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) - the essays in this volume take stock of the achievements, insights and challenges of what international performance research is or ought to be about. By reflecting on the discipline of Performance Studies using the MAIPR programme as a case study in point, the volume addresses the broader question of the critical link between the discipline of Performance Studies and humanities education in general, examining their interactions in the contemporary university in the context of globalisation.

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