Release: Special themed issue of RiDE -Research in Drama Education by the Performance and Disability IFTR WG

14 December, 2017 by Yvonne Schmidt | 0 comments

Release: Special themed issue of "RiDE -Research in Drama Education" by the "Performance and Disability" IFTR WG

Special themed issue of the journal "RiDE - Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance“ on "International Perspectives on Performance, Disability, and Deafness"

The IFTR Working Group "Performance and Disability" is happy to announce that the themed issue of the peer-reviewed journal "Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance“ on „International Perspectives on Performance, Disability, and Deafness“, edited by Yvonne Schmidt, Mark Swetz, and Carrie Sandahl as a contributing editor, is available now: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/crde20/22/3.
The issue includes contributions by scholars and artists from around the world. 
 
CONTENTS:

Editorial

Yvonne Schmidt & Mark Swetz

 

Nation 

Article

Disability theatre in Australia: a survey and a sector ecology

Bree Hadley

 

Article

Prosthetic rasa: dance on wheels and challenged kinesthetics

Akhila Vimal C.

 

Article

Reinforcing Zionist ableism in Israeli wheelchair folk dancing

Nili R. Broyer

 

Article

Contemporary performance by and for those with disabilities: the case of Greece

Maria Koltsida & Antonis Lenakakis

 

Article

Playing crip: the politics of disabled artists’ performances in Spain

Andrea García-Santesmases Fernández & Miriam Arenas Conejo

 

Article

From republicans to hacktivists: recent inclusion initiatives in Canadian theatre

Kirsty Johnston

Citizen 

Article

Puppetry as reinforcement or rupture of cultural perceptions of the disabled body

Laura Purcell-Gates & Emma Fisher

 

Article

Experiencing, and being experienced as, learning disabled choreographers in the West of Ireland

Rachel Parry

 

Article

Permission to be looked at: a collaboration between Theatre Siperia and Wärjäämö, the centre for arts and activity for disabled people

Riikka Papunen

 

Article

Deaf-accessibility for spoonies: lessons from touring Eve and Mary Are Having Coffee while chronically ill

Khairani Barokka (Okka)

 

Excursion 

Article

Vital affordances, occupying niches: an ecological approach to disability and performance

Arseli Dokumaci

 

Article

Theatre and dance with deaf students: researching performance practices in a Brazilian school context

Marcia Berselli & Sergio A. Lulkin

 

Article

The Memory Ensemble: improvising connections among performance, disability, and ageing

Christine Mary DunfordHailee M. Yoshizaki-Gibbons & Darby Morhardt

 

Article

Method and madness: de/colonising scholarship and theatre research with participants labelled mad

Alexandra Sutherland

 

Article

Autism and comedy: using theatre workshops to explore humour with adolescents on the spectrum

Shaun May

 

Article

Towards a new directional turn? Directors with cognitive disabilities

Yvonne Schmidt

 

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