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Transformative classroom drama practice: What is happening in New Zealand schools?
This article identifies four key aspects of the work of experienced drama teachers in New Zealand schools that contribute to “transformative” classroom practice: co-artistry, fostering criticality, building ensemble, and ...
Affect, responsibility, and how modes of engagement shape the experience of videogames
(Digital Games Research Association (DiGRA), 2015-12-13)
When considering the elements that shape our experience of fiction, the line distinguishing the text itself from the processes we go through in negotiating that text is easy to miss. Even something as simple as knowing ...
Rebel heart: Performing fatness wrong online
(M/C - Media and Culture, 2015-06-24)
Anthropological engagement with the Anthropocene: A critical review
(Bergahn Journals, 2015-09-01)
The new geological interval, the Anthropocene, or the ‘era of the human’ refers to the planetary scale of anthropogenic influences on the composition and function of the Earth’s ecosystems and all life forms (Steffen, ...
Dreaming of Shakespeare in Palestine
Exploring Nagusamegusa (1418): The semiotics of encounter and exchange for a poet-traveller in Muromachi Japan
(International Academic Forum, 2015-02-19)
The paper applies the conference theme of 'exchanges and encounters' to a 15th century Japanese travelogue, Nagusamegusa (‘Grasses of Consolation', 1418), by the influential poet and Zen priest Shōtetsu (1381-1459). There ...