Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy
Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy special issue: Teaching Performance
Transformations, a journal that invites college teachers to take pedagogy seriously as a topic of scholarly writing, is pleased to announce the publication of a special issue, Teaching Performance. Exploring how performance intersects with teaching, Teaching Performance provides educators with practical as well as theoretical tools on the pedagogy of performance.
• How can teachers activate the kinesthetic imagination? This is the topic of a conversation between guest editor Timothy Raphael and Joseph Roach.
• Performance artist Judith Sloan writes about collecting stories and perspectives of immigrant students.
• Emily Coates asks how performance can enable cross-cultural encounters
• The worn and failed spaces of universities come into the camera’s eye in a photo essay by Margaret Werry and Róisín O’Gorman.
• Craig Engstrom examines teaching as a “kinesthetic” process in a traditional classroom setting
Educators and scholars interested in theater and performance, creative nonfiction, media studies, autobiography, testimonial narratives, ethnography, visual culture, and documentary studies – and others -- will want to read this issue.
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Table of Contents for Transformations: Teaching Performance
Teaching, Performance, and the Shifting Stage, Timothy Raphael
Performative Pedagogy through Visual Ethnography: Examples from College Life, Craig Lee Engstrom
The Race: Collaborative Art-Making Meets Democratic Nation-Making, Michael Rohd and Shannon
Under the Seat of Knowledge: A Photo Essay on Failure, Margaret Werry and Róisín O’Gorman
Teaching Like a Bass Player: Performative Pedagogy and Practice, Chris McRae
Yo Miss! Teaching Inside the Cultural Divide: A Play in Progress, Judith Sloan
Performance as Object, Method, and Pedagogy: The World Performance Project at Yale, Emily Coates
Activating the Kinesthetic Imagination, Timothy Raphael and Joseph Roach
Performing Culture: Beauty, Cultural Knowledge, and Womanhood in Miss Navajo, Kristin L. Dowell
Out of the Shadow: Gabriella Ghermandhi’s Ethiopian Italian Performances, Clarissa Cló
Edvige Giunta and Ellen Gruber Garvey, Editors
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