International Conferences

Event date: 11/23/2018 - 11/25/2018 Export event

Event Location: Σχόλη Μωραϊτη, οδός Αλ. Παπαναστασίου Ψυχικό, Αθήνα / Moraiti School, Al. Papanastasiou str. Psychiko, Athens, Greece

2018 International Conference

ATHENS GREECE 23-24-25 November 2018
8th Theatre/Drama in Education Conference - 2018
Theatre/
Drama and Performing Arts in Education
Utopia or Necessity?

Invited Keynotes, Paper presentations, Workshops, Working Groups, Performances
Venue: "Moraitis School", PapanastasiouStr.,  Psychiko, Athens 154 52, Greece
HELLENIC THEATRE/DRAMA & EDUCATION NETWORK (TENet-Gr)


The Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr) in the 20th anniversary of its foundation (1998-2018), in partnership with the International Drama/Theatre & Education Association (IDEA) and in collaboration with a number of academic, professional and artistic institutions in Greece and abroad, is organizing the 8th Athens International Conference on Theatre and Performing Arts in Education under the title "Theatre/Drama and Performing Arts in Education: Utopia or Necessity?”.

The Aim of the Conference is to focus on and develop the value of theatre and other performing arts in formal and non-formal education. We will be examining their social and pedagogic function as art forms; as tools of experiential learning; and as a means of social intervention. Research across the world underlines the contribution of theatre and the performing arts to the holistic development of a person, the cultivation of consciousnessof active citizens and the development of intercultural competence and communication. In the light of this, we strive for the redefinition of humanitarian education, as a means of personal and social change. However, we are faced with the systematic downgrading and marginalization of theatre within the spheres of education.

In this context, we are called upon to respond to the challenges. The 2018 Conference seeks to provide a platform for productive dialogue and meaningful reflection among teachers, artists, researchers and academics, so as all together to take action in the present and to plan for the future.

The 2018 Conference and the 20 year anniversary of TENet-Gr

Over the years, TENet-Gr has been actively involved in the dialogical process and the practical development of the genres of Theatre and the Performing Arts in Education. It has done so, emphasizing on theoretical elements, academic research and the development of practice, through various forms and approaches in the national and international arena.The development of citizens who can perceive, question and challenge what's happening around them and who can oppose human rights violation, are our concern and our driving wheel. Issues such as curriculum design; teacher training; teacher and artist collaboration at school; interculturalism and social inclusion; conflict management and resolution; environmental issues; creativity; and the role of governmental and non-governmental organizations in the development of strategic planning for Theatre and Performing Arts in Education remain crucial and will be explored within the framework of the Conference.

Questions and areas of interest

In the context of the 2018 Conference, therefore, as a fundamental consideration and reason for reflection, we reiterate a basic question addressed to all those involved in education, policymakers, and decision-makers in the field of education and arts:

“Is the provision and existence of Theatre and Performing Arts in Education a utopian dream or is it recognized as a necessity for which we must work co-intentionally so that it becomes a reality?"

The main focus of the Conference 

- How do techniques and approaches of Theatre and the Performing Arts promote experiential learning?

- How can Theatre develop a creative dialogue between the formal education and the communityfor a school open to society?

- How can Theatreas a means of expression of the principles of Critical Pedagogy, assist in raising awareness so that teachers, artists and students may develop collective cultural action and praxis for social change?

- How can Theatre as a pedagogic method contribute to personal, collective and social development?

Key areas of consideration

- Theatre in Formal Pre-school, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Education
- Theatre in non-formal Education
- Theatre as Pedagogical and Teaching Methodology
- Theatre as a means for social intervention
- Theatre as a research methodology in Social Sciences 
- Research in Theatre/Drama in education
- Theatre, Curricula and Education Policies
- Theatre for children and young people
 

The 2018 Athens Conference will address the above areas through a variety of approaches  & practices: Theatre as an art form, Drama in Education (DIE), Community Theatre, Theatre for Development, Theatre of the Oppressed, Theatre in Education (TIE), Theatre in the curriculum,  Playing Through Theatre, Dramatherapy, Psychodrama, Puppetry and Shadow Theatre, Dance, Arts, Movement, Music in Education, Audiovisual Education (Photography, Video, Cinema, Media, etc).
 

This conference is open to academics, theatre practitioners, teachers of all levels and all fields, university students and graduates of Schools of Education, Drama, Music, and to artists who work in formal and non-formal educational contexts. The Conference also welcomes anyone who wishes to contribute to the creative debate over the teaching, practice, research or the meeting points of the performing arts in all forms of education.


It includes:
- Invited Keynotes
- Paper presentations
- Working Groups
- Workshops
- Artistic events & performances
 

Submission of proposals 
Proposals for papers and other contributions will be subject to review by members of the Academic Committee. 


Important Dates:
1 February 2018:
Beginning of papers and workshops proposals submission
1 May 2018: Conference Registration starts
15 May 2018: Deadline for papers and workshops proposals submission
NEW! 10 June 2018: Successful applicants receive acceptance email (new date due to a very big number of proposals)
25 September 2018: Starting date for electronic selection of workshop sessions
15 October 2018: Submission of final papers for the Conference Proceedings


Pre-conference and post-conference events will be held in various cities.

Contact-Information: www.TheatroEdu.gr / conference2018@theatroedu.gr / +302106541600


Organization: Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr)
in collaboration with the International Drama/Theatre and Education Association - IDEA

CALL FOR PAPERS & WORKSHOPS

Deadline for proposals: 15 May 2018
All proposals are reviewed by members of Conference’s Academic Committee

Dear colleagues
The Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr) in the 20th anniversary of its foundation (1998-2018), in partnership with the International Drama/Theatre & Education Association (IDEA) and in collaboration with a number of academic, professional and artistic institutions in Greece and abroad, is organizing the 8th Athens International Conference on Theatre/Drama and Performing Arts in Education under the title "Theatre/Drama and Performing Arts in Education: Utopia or Necessity?”.

What to send: Colleagues are invited to send an extended summary of 350-400 words of the”paper presentation” or “workshop” in a specially provided proposal form (see below).

Where to send: send the proposal form by email to conference2018@theatroedu.gr

When to send: deadline 15 May 2018. All proposals will receive reply by 30th of May 2018

Conference Publication: Colleagues with accepted proposals for “paper presentations” or for “workshops” may submit a full article (3000 – 4000 words) to be included in Conference’s publication (book) by 15th October 2018 (more details to follow)

ATHENS CONFERENCE 2018 PAPER & WORKSHOP PROPOSAL FORM IS CLOSED

What to consider:
a) Paper presentations: 15’ presentation in Conference’s room (facilities provided)
b) Workshops: 2,5 hours or 5 hours in a medium size school classroom with marble floor
c) Proposals will be reviewed according to their direct relation to Conference’s main aims and objectives, their academic, social, artistic or educational impact
d) All paper presenters (and co-presenters) or workshop facilitators need to register and pay for the Conference 2018.

Conference Registration Form & Costs ...see here!

Conference languages: English & Greek
Simultaneous interpretations available only in plenary sessions. English is the language in some Working Groups. In Workshops language will be English or Greek, to be decided by the facilitators.

INFO: conference2018@theatroedu.gr / ++302106541600

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ATHENS 2018 CONFERENCE

”Theatre/Drama and Performing Arts in Education: Utopia or Necessity?”

Invited Keynotes, Paper presentations, Workshops, Working groups, Performances
23-24-25 November 2018, Athens, Greece

 The Aim of the Conference 2018 is to focus on and develop the value of theatre and other performing arts in formal and non-formal education. We will be examining their social and pedagogic function as art forms, as tools of experiential learning and as a means of social intervention. Research across the world underlines the contribution of theatre and the performing arts to the holistic development of a person, the cultivation of consciousnessof active citizens and the development of intercultural competence and communication. In the light of this, we strive for the redefinition of humanitarian education, as a means of personal and social change. However, we are faced with the systematic downgrading and marginalization of theatre within the spheres of education.

In this context, we are called upon to respond to the challenges. The 2018 Conference seeks to provide a platform for productive dialogue and meaningful reflection among teachers, artists, researchers and academics, so as all together to take action in the present and to plan for the future.

The 2018 Conference and the 20 year anniversary of TENet-Gr

Over the years, TENet-Gr has been actively involved in the dialogical process and the practical development of the genres of Theatre and the Performing Arts in Education. It has done so, emphasizing on theoretical elements, academic research and the development of practice, through various forms and approaches in the national and international arena. The development of citizens who can perceive, question and challenge what's happening around them and who can oppose human rights violation, are our concern and our driving wheel. Issues such as curriculum design, teacher training, teacher and artist collaboration at school, interculturalism and social inclusion, conflict management and resolution, environmental issues, creativity, and the role of governmental and non-governmental organizations in the development of strategic planning for Theatre and Performing Arts in Education remain crucial and will be explored within the framework of the Conference.


Questions and areas of interest

In the context of the 2018 Conference, therefore, as a fundamental consideration and reason for reflection, we reiterate a basic question addressed to all those involved in education, policymakers, and decision-makers in the field of education and arts:

“Is the provision and existence of Theatre and Performing Arts in Education a utopian dream or is it recognized as a necessity for which we must work co-intentionally so that it becomes a reality?"

The main focus of the Conference will be:

- How do techniques and approaches of Theatre and the Performing Arts promote experiential learning?

- How can Theatre develop a creative dialogue between the formal education and the communityfor a school open to society?

- How can Theatreas a means of expression of the principles of Critical Pedagogy, assist in raising awareness so that teachers, artists and students may develop collective cultural action and praxis for social change?

- How can Theatre as a pedagogic method contribute to personal, collective and social development?

Key areas of consideration
- Theatre in Formal Pre-school, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Education
- Theatre in non-formal Education
- Theatre as Pedagogical and Teaching Methodology
- Theatre as a means for social intervention
- Theatre as a research methodology in Social Sciences
- Research in Theatre/Drama in education
- Theatre, Curricula and Education Policies
- Theatre for children and young people 

The 2018 Athens Conference will address the above areas through a variety of approaches & practices: Theatre as an art form, Drama in Education (DIE), Community Theatre, Theatre for Development, Theatre of the Oppressed, Theatre in Education (TIE), Theatre in the curriculum, Playing Through Theatre, Dramatherapy, Psychodrama, Puppetry and Shadow Theatre, Dance, Arts, Movement, Music in Education, Audiovisual Education (Photography, Video, Cinema, Media, etc).

This conference is open to academics, theatre practitioners, teachers of all levels and all fields, university students and graduates of Schools of Education, Theatre Studies, Drama, Music, Dance, Media and to artists who work in formal and non-formal educational contexts. The Conference also welcomes anyone who wishes to contribute to the creative debate over the teaching, practice, research or the meeting points of the performing arts in all forms of education.

It includes: - Invited Keynotes, - Paper presentations, - Working Groups, - Workshops, - Artistic events & performances
 

Important Dates:

1 February 2018: Beginning of papers and workshops proposals submission
1 May 2018: Starting date for electronic registrations for participation in the Conference
15 May 2018: Deadline for papers and workshops proposals submission
NEW! 10 June 2018: Successful proposals applicants receive acceptance email (new date due to very big number of proposals)
25 September 2018: Starting date for electronic selection of workshop sessions
15 October 2018: Submission of final papers for the Conference Proceedings (book)

 Pre-conference and post-conference events will be held in various cities.

Contact-Information: conference2018@theatroedu.gr / +302106541600
Organization: Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr)
In collaboration with IDEA

REGISTRATION - COST - TERMS

Registration at Conference 2018 as well as participation in Workshops or Workgroups are made solely online through this page and by following the steps below


COST

45

Conference Participation
Member with paid subscription in 2018

65

Conference Participation
Non member

70

Conference Participation
& subscription for 2018

Cost Includes:

  • participation in plenary sessions - keynotes
  • participation in paper presentations
  • participation in workshops
  • participation in working groups
  • artistic events
  • reception drinks and cofee breaks
  • light lunch on Saturday and Sunday

HOW TO REGISTER

Registration to the Conference must be done strictly by following the next steps

Step 1: Create an account in our website

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Step 2: Ways of Payment

- via Bank Transfer to ALPHA BANK GR7301402020202002002000277

Please make sure your surname and the indication "Conference 2018" is included in the description.

OR

- via Credit/Debit card (see below) 

Please make sure the indication "Conference 2018" is included in the field "Add special instructions to the seller".

Step 3: Fill in the Registration Form

When the payment has been completed, filling in the Registration Form is required.

To access the Registration Form please click here.


Step 4: Enrollment in Workshops and/or Working Groups

Once the final Programme is announced online those who have already completed the payment and filled in the Registration Form will receive a notification via e-mail. They will then be able to log in and enroll in certain Workshops and/or Working Groups.

Notice: places in Workshops are limited.


TIMETABLE - PROGRAMME

Friday 23 November 2018
• 17:00-17:30 Arrival-Registration 
• 17:30-19:00 Welcome. Keynotes (main hall) 
• 19:00-19:30 Coffee break
• 19:30-21:00 Paper presentations (several rooms)
• 21:00-21:30 Short performances

Saturday 24 November 2018 
• 09:30-12:00 Workshops (several rooms)
• 12.00-12:30 Coffee break
• 12:30-14.00 Working Groups (several rooms) 
• 14:00-15.00 Light lunch
• 15.00-17.30 Workshops (severaL rooms) 
• 17.30-18:00 Coffee break
• 18:00-20:00 20 years TENet-Gr - Invited speakers (main hall)
• 20:00-20:30 Performance

Sunday 25 Νοεμβρίου 2018 
• 09:30-12:00 Workshops (several rooms) 
• 12:00-12:30 Coffee break
• 12:30-13.00 Keynote (main Hall)
• 13.00-14.30 Working Groups (several rooms) 
• 14.30-15.30 Light lunch
• 15.30-16.30 Reports from Working Groups (main Hall)
• 16.30-17.00 Closing the Conference (main Hall)
• 17.00 -18.00 Performance

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DETAILED PROGRAMME (soon!)

ORGANISATION - COMMITTEES - PARTNERS

Organisation: Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr)

ADVISORY-ACADEMIC COMMITTEE
Ambazis Thodoris, composer, theatre director, debuty Artistic Director of National Theatre, Greece
Apergi Patritsia, choreographer, Greece
• Burns Brendon, Director Applied Theatre and Community Drama Department,  Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) UK
• Fragi Maria, University of Patras, Greece
• Gallagher Kathleen, professor, University of Toronto, Canada
• Giannouli Betty, sociologist, drama pedagogue, University of Athens Greece
• Govas Nikos, drama pedagogue, Greece
• Grammatas Thodoros, professor, University of Athens, Greece
Gyra Antigoni, dancer, choreographer, Greece
• Zoniou Christina, University of Peloponnese, Greece
• Hentschel Ulrike, professor, University of Berlin, Germany
• Jackson Adrian, artistic director Cardboard Citizens, UK
Kakoudaki Georgina, Theatre Studies, director, head of educational departement of Athens & Epidaurus Festival, Greece 
• Kontoyanni Alkistis, Professor, University of Peloponnese, Greece
Koukounaras-Liagkis Marios, assistant professor, University of Athens, Greece 
Lenakakis Antonis, assistant professor Aristotel University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Leontaris Giannisfilm director, professor, University of Peloponnese, Greece
Magos Kostas, professor, University of Thessaly, Greece
• Moschos Giorgos, fr. Assistant Ombudsman for Children's Rights, Greece
• Pammenter David, theatre director, theatre pedagogue, academic (retired) University of Wincester, UK 
• Pascoe Robin, president of International Drama/Theatre & Education Association (IDEA), Murdoch University, Australia
Papadopoulos Simos, assistant professor Democretean University of Thrace, Greece
Parousi Antigoni, professor, University of Athens, Greece 
• Patsalidis Savas, professor Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, Greek Open University, Greece
• Prentki Tim, professor, University of Winchester, UK
Tzamargias Takis, theatre director, University of Athens, Greece  
Tselfes Vassilis, professor, University of Athens, Greece
Tzima Maria, deputy Director of National Theatre of Northen Greece
• Tsiaras Asterios, professor University of Peloponnese, Greece 
• Winston Joe, professor University of Warwick, UK

ORGANISING COMMITTEE
• Alexiadi Katerina, Head of Cultural Projects Directorate of Secondary Education of Eastern Attica,Greece
• Asprogeraka Dionysia, literature teacher, Greece
Bekiaris Giorgos, teacher Greece
• Choleva Nassia (Athanasia), drama pedagogue, Greece
• Giannouli Betty, sociologist, drama pedagogue, University of Athens Greece
• Hira Antonela, actress, drama pedaggue, Greece
• Kaldi Mary, literature teacher
Karaviti Jenny, drama pedagogue, language and literature teacher, Greece
Krithari Christina, Theatre Studies, drama pedagogue, Greece
• Koukounaras-Liagkis Marios, assistant professor, University of Athens, Greece 
• Markopoulos Stathis, puppeteer, representative of UNIMA-HELLAS, Greece 
• Mavreas Dimitris, literature teacher, Greece
Mologousi Sonia, drama pedagogue, Greece
Moustaklidou Dafni, communications executive, Greece
Plasti Melina, Theatre Studies, Greece
Potamousi Argyro (Iro), sociologist drama/theatre pedagogue, Greece
• Savopoulou Eva, Communication and Information Department, UNHCR, Greece
• Tsarbopoulou Antigoni, language and literature teacher, Greece
• Tsoukala Hara, President of the Board of Hellenic Theatre/Drma & Education Network (TENet-Gr), Greece
• Zoniou Christina, University of Peloponnese, Greece


SECRETARY- INFORMATION: Yianna Papadopoulou, Martina Gomez, Louiza Nikolaou, Paris Tsekouras

Τηλ.++302106541600  / www.TheatroEdu.gr / conference2018@TheatroEdu.gr


CONFERENCE 2018 COORDINATORS: Betty Giannouli, Hara Tsoukala
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ASSOCIATED PARTNERS

IDEA -  International Drama/Theatre & Education Association
UNHCR - Greece
British Council - Greece
University of Peloponnese - Theatre Studies Department
University of Athens - Pre-School Education Department
University of Thessaly - Pre-School Education Department
University of Thessaloniki - Pre-School Education Department
University of Thessaloniki - Theatre Department
UNIMA-HELLAS, Greek Centre of the International Union of Puppetry Arts
"The Skasiarhio" Pedagogical Group

TRAVEL - ACCOMMODATION

 

Conference venue:
"Moraitis School", Al. Papanastasiou Str.,  Psychiko, Athens 154 52, Greece

Accommodation:
For our friends who come from abroad or other cities in Greece, see here the list of suggested hotels in the center of Athens.

INVITED SPEAKERS - PAPER CONTRIBUTORS - WORKSHOP FACILITATORS
(alphabetical order)
Already confirmed participation in Athens Conference 2018 (.....to be continued!)

 

Adıgüzel Ömer, professor, Faculty of Fine Arts, Ankara University, Turkey
Alexiadi Katerina, Greek language and literature teacher, theatre theoretician, teacher of C. Orff music pedagogy, cultural administrator, Greece
Alexiou Giouli, Greek language and literature teacher, Greece 
Anastasiade Maria, social worker, drama facilitator, Cyprus 
Andreasen John, associate professor, Department of Dramaturgy and Musicology, Aarhus University, Denmark 
Angeloglou Maria-Nefeli, theater/ drama pedagogue, Germany
Avdi Avra, Greek language and literature teacher, drama teacher Greece
Aytaç Ferhunde, teacher Turkey
Baldwin Patrice, Education Consultant, Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts UK 
Baltas Charalampos, primary school teacher, Greece 
Bargiel Anna, sculptor, pedagogue, Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art, Krakow, Poland 
Başbuğ Songül, teacher, Turkey 
Baxter Veronica, associate professor, Centre for Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies, University of Cape Town, South Africa 
Beljanski-Ristic Ljubica, founder, ex-President and honorary member of the Center for Drama in Education and Art- CEDEUM, Serbia
Biniaris Giorgos, actor, theatre teacher, Greece
Birba Katerina, primary schoolteacher, postgraduate student, Greece
Boumpleka Maria, kindergarten teacher, Greece 
Burns Brendon, The Liverpool  Institute for Performing Arts U.K 
Burgul-Adıgüzel Ferah, teaching assistant, Gazi Education Faculty, Department of Social Sciences and Turkish Education, Gazi University, Turkey, 
Chatzigeorgiou Melina, drama teacher, Greece
Chatziioannou Marina, actress, Greece 
Cheung Kung-Man-Matthew, PHD Candidate at Monash University, Hong Kong 
Chikishev Vladimir, artistic director and stage manager of "The Piano" theater, Russia
Choleva Nassia (Athanasia), theatre/ drama pedagogue, Greece 
Chowdhury Mousumi, activist, Board Member of BITA (Bangladesh Institute of Theatre Arts) Bangladesh 
Christodoulou Theodora, theatre theoretician, Cyprus
Coetzee Marié-Heleen, associate professor, acting head, Drama Department, University of Pretoria, South Africa 
Dakari Virginia (Vinia), Ph.D., postdoctoral researcher, School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece 
de Vries Paul, course leader, BA Theatre in Education, HKU University of the Arts, Utrecht, Netherlands
Dima Aikaterini, primary school teacher Greece 
Dimopoulou Nicoletta theatre teacher/facilitator, Greece
Doumpa Vivian, urban planner, geographer, Greece
Dougali Anna, preschool teacher, special education teacher, Greece 
Dutta Sisir, Founder Member and Executive Director of BITA (Bangladesh Institute of Theatre Arts) Bangladesh,
Fanouraki Clio, assistant professor, Faculty of Theatre Studies, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, director, writer, Greece,
Farmakaki Fani, primary school teacher Greece 
Fragi Maria, theatre theoretician, director, member of specialized and laboratory teaching staff, University of Patras, Greece 
Fridrichova Petra, head of Educational Research Centre, Faculty of Education, Matej Bel University, Slovakia, 
Giagiozi Evangelia, Greek language and literature teacher, Greece 
Giannoulatou Ioanna-Daphne, Ph.D candidate, Department of Early Childhood Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece 
Gillett Johnny, theatre director, story practitioner, UK  
Govas Nikos,
theatre/drama pedagogue, Greece
Grollios Giorgos, professor, Aristotele University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Gümüş Nevin, teacher, drama teacher, Turkey
Helstola Maria, drama teacher, Finland
Hentschel Ulrike, professor, University of Berlin, Germany
Jackson Adrian, artistic director Cardboard Citizens, UK  
Jelić Aleksandra, founder, president and theatre director of the ApsArt Centre for Theatre Research, Serbia 
Jozifek Zsófia, actress, theatre/ drama pedagogue, Hungary 
Kakoudaki Georgina, Theatre Studies, director, head of educational departement of Athens & Epidaurus Festival, Greece 
Kaldi Maria, educator, Greek language and literature teacher, Greece
Kallianta Thaleia, primary school teacher, ΜΑ Drama in Education, Greece 
Kalogridi Valia, kindergarten teacher, special education kindergarten teacher, theatrical play animator Greece 
Karagianni Αgni, teacher, museum educator, Greece 
Karamoutsiou Alexandra, music teacher, musicologist, Greece 
Karamoutsiou Maria, theatre/ drama pedagogue Greece 
Karantzouli Emilia, teacher, PhD candidate, Department of Primary Education, National and Kapodostrian University of Athens, Greece 
Karaviti Tzeni, Greek language and literature teacher, theatre/drama pedagogue Greece 
Kareta Eirini, trainer/ Partnerships and Programmes Coordinator British Council Greece
Katsaridou Martha, dr., Theatre/ drama pedagogue, fellow teacher (member of specialized and laboratory teaching staff), School of Drama, Faculty of Fine Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece 
Keleşoğlu Serkan, research assistant, Department of Primary Education, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Ankara University, Turkey, 
Kitchen Jennifer, PhD candidate in Arts Education, University of Warwick, UK 
Kladaki Maria, assistant professor, Department of Primary Education, University of the Aegean, Greece 
Kondoyianni Alkistis, emeritus professor, Department of Theatre Studies, University of Peloponnese, Greece 
Konsolas Emmanuel (Manos), associate professor, Faculty of Humanities, University of the Aegean, Greece 
Korošec Helena, Dr. Sc, Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Kosma Georgia, English language and literature teacher, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Primary Education, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece 
Kosti Katerina, high school teacher, Ph.D in Drama in Education, postdoctoral researcher, Department of Theatre Studies, University of Peloponnese, Greece 
Kotzampasaki Evangelia, Msc STEM in Education, Greece 
Kováčová Zuzana, teaching assistant, Faculty of Education, Matej Bel University, Slovakia 
Koukounaras-Liagis Marios, assistant professor, Department of Theology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, 
Kremmydas Charalampos, actor, theatre manager and producer Greece
Krsmanović-Tasić Sanja, theatre director, dance and drama teacher, Serbia
Lagou Eleni, English language teacher, drama teacher, Greece 
Lendvai Lilla, intercultural expert, social pedagogue, Hungary 
Lenekakis Antonis, assistant professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, Faculty of Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece 
Lioliou Hara, drama/theatre pedagogue, theatre theoretician, Greece 
Loli Marita, French language and literature teacher, Greece 
Madika Afroditi, teacher, Greece 
Makri Vasoula, Ph.D. candidate, School for German Language and Literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece 
Mamali Evgenia, primary school teacher, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Primary Education, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece 
Mantaka Chryssa, assistant professor Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, set and costume designer, Greece 
Mardas George, French language and literature, teacherhigh school teacher, theatre theoretician, Greece 
Margaroni Mary, educator, Greek language and literature teacher, Greece 
Marjanovic-Shane Ana, independent scholar, professor of Education, USA
Marna Eirini, kindergarten teacher, theatre/ drama pedagogue, Greece 
Mavreas Dimitris, Greek language and literature teacher, Greece 
Memou Stamatia, student, Department of Theatre Studies, University of Peloponnese, Greece 
Meszlényi-Bodnár Zoltán, theatre director, actor, theatre/ drama pedagogue, president of Nyitott Kör (Open Circle) Theatre in Education (TiE) Company, Hungary 
Metinnam İhsan, research assistant, Faculty of Education, Trakya University, Turkey, 
Mitsika Ioanna, choreographer, dancer, Greece 
Mologousi Sonia, theatre theoretician, theatre/drama pedagogue, Greece 
Naughton Greg, senior lecturer, Department of Performing Arts, University of Winchester, UK
Özdemir-Şimşek Pınar, associate professor, Education Faculty, Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Hacettepe University, Turkey 
Özen Zeki, drama teacher, research assistant, Department of Primary Education, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Ankara University, Turkey, 
Pammenter David, theatre director-drama pedagogue, UK  
Papadopoulos Simos, assistant professor, Department of Primary Education, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece 
Papaioannou Theodora, Ph.D., Department of Primary Education, University of Thessaly, Greece 
Papariga Fotini, French and German language teacher, Greece 
Papastefanaki Lydia, primary school teacher, Msc Theatre and Education, Greece 
Papatriantafylloy Marialena, drama facilitator, actress, Greece 
Papoulia Myrto, drama facilitator, Greece 
Pascoe Robin, president of International Drama/Theatre & Education Association (IDEA), Murdoch University, Australia  
Paroussi Antigoni, associate professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece 
Pavlidou Kalliopi, primary school teacher, Ph.D candidate, Department of Primary Education, University of the Aegean, Greece 
Pigkou-Repousi Myrto, Dr Theatre in Education, Greece 
Polyviou Eleni, Greek language and literature teacher, drama facilitator, Cyprus 
Potamousi Iro, sociologist, theatre/drama pedagogue, Greece 
Poutachidou Rita, theatre/ drama pedagogue, director, Greece 
Prentki Tim, professor, University of Winchester, UK  
Reiss Joachim, IDEA Executive Committee member, Board member of BVTS Germany
Riga Vassiliki, assistant professor, Department of Educational Sciences and Early Childhood Education, University of Patras, Greece 
Shelley Rebecca, theatre/ drama pedagogue, arts education professional, UK 
Simou Alexandra, doctor of English Language and Literature, teacher of English (Art School of Heraklion)
Simou Polyxeni, highschool teacher, MSc Drama in Education, Greece 
Siroka Katerina, kindergarten teacher, midwife, Greece 
Socratous Demetra, teacher, drama facilitator, writer, Cyprus 
Spanou Haritini, Greek language and literature teacher, Greece 
Stafylaraki Aristea, actress, theatre theoretician, Greece 
Stavrogiannopoulou Efthymia, Ph.D. candidate, Department of educational Sciences and Early Childhood education , University of Patras, theatre theoretician, Greek language and literature teacher Greece 
Stenou Sofia, Greek language and literature teacher, facilitator, Greece 
Stojiljković Jelena, Serbian Language and Literature teacher, Serbia 
Stratou Elpida, occupational therapist Greece 
Theodoropoulos Vangelis, theatre director, artistic director of Athens-Epidaurus Festival, Greece 
Tomasidou Nandia, theatre/drama pedagogue, Cyprus
Tsarbopoulou Antigoni, language and literature teacher, Greece 
Tselfes Vasilis, emeritus professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece 
Tsiaras Asterios, associate professor, Department of Theatre Studies, University of Peloponnese, Greece 
Tsichli-Boissonnas Anna, theatre director, dramaturg, member of specialized and laboratory teaching staff, University of Peloponnese, Greece 
Valuev Evgenii, actor, theatre teacher, Russia 
Venieri Foteini, theatre theoretician, museum theatre professional, Greece 
Ventouli Konstantina, kindergarten teacher, Msc Greece
Vgages Stelios, primary school teacher, theatrical play animator Greece 
Vitsou Magda, preschool teacher, Ph.D in Drama in Education, Department of Theatre Studies, University of Peloponnese, Greece
Vouyoukas Constantinos, assistant professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, Faculty of Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece 
Winston Joe, professor University of Warwick, UK  
Zachu Katerina, assistant professor, School for German Language and Literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece 
Zanetti Federica, Associate Professor, Department of Education Studies, University of Bologna, Italy 
Zanni Maria, body psychotherapist, social anthropologist, criminologist, Greece 

KEYNOTES

 

FRIDAY 23 NOVEMBER 2018, 17:30-19:00

Pascoe Robin, president of International Drama/Theatre & Education Association (IDEA), Murdoch University, Australia  

Grollios Giorgos, professor, Aristotele University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Hentschel Ulrike, professor, University of Berlin, Germany

 

 

SATURDAY 24 NOVEMBER 2018, 18:00-20:00

Theodoropoulos Vangelis, theatre director, artistic director of Athens-Epidaurus Festival, Greece 

Govas Nikos, theatre/drama pedagogue & friends
«1998-2018: 20 years Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr)»

 

SUNDAY 25 NOVEMBER 2018, 12:30-13:00

Pammenter David, theatre director, drama pedagogue, UK  

 

 

PAPER PRESENTATIONS

(alphabetical order)

Friday 23 November 2018 in several rooms (for more see “Timetable-Programme”)

15min summary of the selected paper proposals.
Full length texts of presented papers will be included in the Conference Book
Languages: Greek or English
Note: There will be no interpretation at Paper Presentations sessions
No prior reservations are needed. Participants must have registered for Conference 2018 (see Registration-Costs-Terms)
 

The academic committee has approved the following presentations:

 

Alexiadi Katerina, Greek language and literature teacher, theatre theoretician, teacher of C. Orff music pedagogy, cultural administrator, Greece
“Contemporary dance and dance theatre: The importance of their inclusion in the school curriculum”
(Language: Greek)

 

Alexiou Giouli, Greek language and literature teacher, Greece
Avdi Avra, Greek language and literature teacher, drama teacher Greece
Karaviti Tzeni, Greek language and literature teacher, theatre/drama pedagogue Greece
“Theatre as a tool of experiential learning in teaching language and literature: using the digital educational material Politropi Glossa”
(Language: Greek)

 

Angeloglou Maria-Nefeli, theater/ drama pedagogue, Germany
“Young IDEA’s International Students Meeting in the HMT Rostock 12 – 24 May 2018. The Project: The overwhelmed Generation. Family and family developments in the age of globalization”
(Language: English)


Baltas Charalampos, primary school teacher, Greece
"Refugees and Education: Using Freinet’s techniques in the pedagogy of dissimilarity"
(Language: Greek)

 

Bargiel Anna, sculptor, pedagogue, Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art, Krakow, Poland:
““Potlatch”: a philosophical and performative project organised with the participation of children and adolescents”
(Language: English)

 

Baxter Veronica, associate professor, Centre for Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies, University of Cape Town, South Africa:
“The Second Chance project: utopias in nightmare spaces”
(Language: English)

 

Boumpleka Maria, kindergarten teacher, Greece
Lenakakis Antonis, assistant professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, Faculty of Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Siroka Katerina, kindergarten teacher, midwife, Greece
“The contribution of a theatre/drama-pedagogical program to the empowerment of relationship networks among preschoolers. An experimental survey”
(Language: Greek)

 

Burgul-Adıgüzel Ferah, teaching assistant, Gazi Education Faculty, Department of Social Sciences and Turkish Education, Gazi university, Turkey,
Özdemir-Şimşek Pınar, associate professor, Education Faculty, Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Hacettepe University, Turkey:
“Determination of Women's Perceptions for Migration through the lens of Creative Drama Method”
(Language: English)

 

Choleva Nassia (Athanasia), theatre/ drama pedagogue, Greece
Lenakakis Antonis, assistant professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, Faculty of Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
“I felt and learned!: Education and training on Human Rights through Drama: A research on primary and secondary school teachers”
(Language: Greek)

 

Coetzee Marié-Heleen, associate professor, acting head, Drama Department, University of Pretoria, South Africa:
“Corporeal epistemologies: mobilising dramatic arts towards learning in and through the body”
(Language: English)


Dakari Virginia (Vinia), Ph.D., postdoctoral researcher, School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
“Theatre and Medicine: A Case on Art, Education and Society”
(Language: Greek)

 

de Vries Paul, course leader, BA Theatre in Education, HKU University of the Arts, Utrecht, Netherlands:
“How to cultivate a culture of ownership in the curriculum of a theatre in education course”
(Language: English)

 

Dima Aikaterini, primary school teacher Greece
Tsiaras Asterios, associate professor, Department of Theatre Studies, University of Peloponnese, Greece
“Enhancing critical thinking skills through educational drama in 5th grade primary students”
(Language: Greek)

 

Dutta Sisir, Founder Member and Executive Director of BITA (Bangladesh Institute of Theatre Arts) Bangladesh,
Chowdhury Mousumi, activist, Board Member of BITA (Bangladesh Institute of Theatre Arts) Bangladesh:
“Theatre in Education: Connecting Children with Entertaining Education”
(Language: English)

 

Fanouraki Clio, assistant professor, Faculty of Theatre Studies, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, director, writer, Greece,
Bilingualism and Multiculturalism through Theatre/Drama Education”
(Language: Greek)

 

Farmakaki Fani, primary school teacher Greece
“The contribution of Drama in Education in the development of love for reading”
(Language: Greek)

 

Fragi Maria, theatre theoretician, director, member of specialized and laboratory teaching staff, University of Patras, Greece
Theatre for children by children: Making a performance.”
(Language: Greek)

 

Fridrichova Petra, head of Educational Research Centre, Faculty of Education, Matej Bel University, Slovakia,
Kováčová Zuzana, teaching assistant, Faculty of Education, Matej Bel University, Slovakia:  
“International and national strategies supporting the implementation
of Drama education to school practise”
(Language: English)


Giagiozi Evangelia, Greek language and literature teacher, Greece
«Action Research: improving writing skills by using educational drama strategies”
(Language: Greek)

 

Giannoulatou Ioanna-Daphne, Ph.D candidate, Department of Early Childhood Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Tselfes Vasilis, emeritus professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Paroussi Antigoni, associate professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
“Theories about light for sale: an installation representing theoretical ideas”
(Language: Greek)

 

Gümüş Nevin, teacher, drama teacher, Turkey
Metinnam Özge, teacher, drama teacher, Turkey  
“Necessity or Emancipatory Action: Drama in the Classroom”

(Language: English)

 

Jozifek Zsófia, actress, theatre/ drama pedagogue, Hungary
Lendvai Lilla, intercultural expert, social pedagogue, Hungary
“R.U.IN? (Are you in?): Drama methods’ innovation for inclusive youth communities”
(Language: English)

 

Kallianta Thaleia, primary school teacher, ΜΑ Drama in Education, Greece
Kotzampasaki Evangelia, Msc STEM in Education, Greece
“Drama in Education and STEM: Implementation of a STEAM (STEM+ art) lesson plan in the primary school”
(Language: Greek)

 

Karagianni Αgni, teacher, museum educator, Greece
Papadopoulos Simos, assistant professor, Department of Primary Education, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
“Drama and inquiry in museum: utopia or necessity”
(Language: Greek)

 

Karantzouli Emilia, teacher, PhD candidate, Department of Primary Education, National and Kapodostrian University of Athens, Greece
“Theatrical Techniques in the Educational Process with the use of Digital Media: The example of Digital Storytelling”
(Language: Greek)

 

Katsaridou Martha, dr., Theatre/ drama pedagogue, fellow teacher (member of specialized and laboratory teaching staff), School of Drama, Faculty of Fine Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Christodoulou Theodora, theatre theoretician, Cyprus
“Poverty and Theatre/Drama Education: An educational intervention”
(Language: Greek)

 

Keleşoğlu Serkan, research assistant, Department of Primary Education, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Ankara University, Turkey,
Metinnam İhsan, research assistant, Faculty of Education, Trakya University, Turkey,
Özen Zeki, drama teacher, research assistant, Department of Primary Education, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Ankara University, Turkey:
“A road map of future studies in creative drama: is it a positivist or an interpretive path?”
(Language: English)

 

Korošec Helena, Dr. Sc, Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia:
“The Impact of Creative Puppet Activities on Social Behaviour”
(Language: English)

 

Kosma Georgia, English language and literature teacher, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Primary Education, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
“Mantle of the Expert as a means of developing creativity; the case of Efl (English as a foreign language) teaching in Greek primary school”
(Language: Greek)

 

Kosti Katerina, high school teacher, Ph.D in Drama in Education, postdoctoral researcher, Department of Theatre Studies, University of Peloponnese, Greece
“From Utopia to Necessity: Drama and ‘Ego Integrity’ in Third Age”
(Language: Greek)

 

Koukounaras-Liagis Marios, assistant professor, Department of Theology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece,
Potamousi Iro, sociologist, theatre/drama pedagogue, Greece:  
“The "Most Significant Change" technique: research on the evaluation of the effects of T.i.E. programs and other social interventions”
(Language: English)

 

Krsmanović-Tasić Sanja, theatre director, dance and drama teacher, Serbia:  
“Togetherness: The Necessity of Utopia”
(Language: English)

 

Lagou Eleni, English language teacher, drama teacher, Greece
“How can drama enable students to develop their language?”
(Language: English)

 

Madika Afroditi, teacher, Greece
Dougali Anna, preschool teacher, special education teacher, Greece
“Tracing the road of Lignite”
(Language: Greek)

 

Mamali Evgenia, primary school teacher, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Primary Education, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
Papadopoulos Simos, assistant professor, Department of Primary Education, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
“The physicality of theatre as a developmental counterpoise to digital era’s education: eco-bodily, sociological and neuroscientific approaches”
(Language: Greek)

 

Mantaka Chryssa, assistant professor Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, set and costume designer, Greece
“The collaboration of  the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki-Theatre Department-Set & Costume  Modules with primary and secondary schools: results of the 2014-2018 implementation”
(Language: Greek)

 

Mardas George, French language and literature, teacher, high school teacher, theatre theoretician, Greece
“Drama in Education and Its Influence on Adolescents’ Empathy”
(Language: Greek)

 

Memou Stamatia, student, Department of Theatre Studies, University of Peloponnese, Greece
Pigkou-Repousi Myrto, dr Theatre in Education, Greece
“The Contribution of Theatre/Drama in Εducation to the Subversion of the Stereotypes in the Grimms’ Tales”
(Language: Greek)

 

Metinnam İhsan, research assistant, Faculty of Education, Trakya University, Turkey,
Adıgüzel Ömer, professor, Faculty of Fine Arts, Ankara University, Turkey:
“Establishing Cultural Contact Zones through Creative Drama”
(Language: English)

 

Mitsika Ioanna, choreographer, dancer, Greece
“Dancing the Restricted Body: Drama and Theatrical Movement Workshop in Diavata Prison of Thessaloniki”
(Language: Greek)

 

Naughton Greg, senior lecturer, Department of Performing Arts, University of Winchester, UK:
“‘Mimesis’ as a structure of consciousness”
(Language: English)

 

Özen Zeki, drama teacher, research assistant, Department of Primary Education, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Ankara University, Turkey,
Adıgüzel Ömer, professor, Faculty of Fine Arts, Ankara University, Turkey:
“Using Dorothy Heathcote's "Commission Model" approach to promote the teacher candidates’ school real- life relationship skills”
(Language: English)

 

Özdemir-Şimşek Pınar, assistant professor, Education Faculty, Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Division of Science Education, Hacettepe University, Turkey
Burgul-Adıgüzel Ferah, assistant professor Gazi Education Faculty, Department of Social Sciences and Turkish Education, Gazi university, Turkey
Başbuğ Songül, teacher, Turkey
Aytaç Ferhunde, teacher Turkey
“A study with women from different regions in Turkey on migration,through the methodology of creative drama”
(Language: English)

 

Papaioannou Theodora, Ph.D., Department of Primary Education, University of Thessaly, Greece
Kondoyianni Alkistis, emeritus professor, Department of Theatre Studies, University of Peloponnese, Greece
“Creating stories with Drama in Education”
(Language: Greek)

 

Papastefanaki Lydia, primary school teacher, Msc Theatre and Education, Greece
Pedagogical dimensions in Jerzy Grotowski ‘s work: Searching for a “grotowskian” theatrical technique for children”
(Language: Greek)

 

Papatriantafylloy Marialena, drama facilitator, actress, Greece 
Papoulia Myrto, drama facilitator, Greece 
"Process Drama and Bonds in the Community"
(Language: Greek)

 

Paroussi Antigoni, associate professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Tselfes Vasilis, emeritus professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
“The theatrical representation of abstract ideas: the case of ‘time’”
(Language: Greek)

 

Pavlidou Kalliopi, primary school teacher, Ph.D candidate, Department of Primary Education, University of the Aegean, Greece
Konsolas Emmanuel (Manos), associate professor, Faculty of Humanities, University of the Aegean, Greece
Kladaki Maria, assistant professor, Department of Primary Education, University of the Aegean, Greece
“Educational drama program for teenage alcoholism”
(Language: Greek)

 

Pigkou-Repousi Myrto, dr Theatre in Education, Greece
“Theatre and Pedagogy of the Real at the contemporary school: perspectives and possibilities”
(Language: Greek)

 

Prentki Tim, professor, University of Winchester, UK
“Merely Players”
(Language: English)

 

Riga Vassiliki, assistant professor, Department of Educational Sciences and Early Childhood Education, University of Patras, Greece
“Skills, experiences, and knowledge of Performance Studies’ students in higher education in the USA”
(Language: Greek)

 

Simou Polyxeni, highschool teacher, MSc Drama in Education, Greece
“The path to performance in youth theatre shows the path to self- confidence and self-esteem”
(Language: Greek)

 

Spanou Haritini, Greek language and literature teacher, Greece
“The involvement of students in drama techniques according to the National Curriculum for Literature: Implementation, on G. Viziinos’ short novel “The only journey of his life”, with 3rd grade high school students”
(Language: Greek)

 

Stavrogiannopoulou Efthymia, Ph.D. candidate, Department of educational Sciences and Early Childhood education , University of Patras, theatre theoretician, Greek language and literature teacher Greece
"The Journey of Halima: a narratological approach to the fairytale and its dramatic transformation into puppet theatre play"
(Language: Greek)

 

Stenou Sofia, Greek language and literature teacher, facilitator, Greece
“Teaching History through the Educational Drama, in the framework of museum education interventions aiming at the cultivation of Historical Empathy in Lyceum students”
(Language: Greek)

 

Stratou Elpida, occupational therapist Greece
Tsiaras Asterios, associate professor, Department of Theatre Studies, University of Peloponnese, Greece
“The effects of Drama in Education in the development of social skills in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)”
(Language: Greek)

 

Tsarbopoulou Antigoni, Language and Literature teacher, Greece
“If you were in ... the heroine's shoes: How drama can contribute to the formation of a reading community and awareness raising of children and young people in refugee issues”
(Language: Greek)

 

Tselfes Vasilis, emeritus professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Paroussi Antigoni, associate professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
“Bridging the theory-experience chasm: an educational approach of epistemological matters through theatrical expression”
(Language: Greek)

 

Venieri Foteini, theatre theoretician, museum theatre professional, Greece
Shelley Rebecca, theatre/ drama pedagogue, arts education professional, UK
“Drama in Heritage Education: Negotiating identities through an exploration of classical Athens”
(Language: Greek)

 

Ventouli Konstantina, kindergarten teacher, Msc Greece
Lenakakis Antonis, assistant professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, Faculty of Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Vouyoukas Constantinos, assistant professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, Faculty of Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
“The effect of Theatre/ Drama Pedagogy on the self-perception of 5th and 6th grade primary school students” 
(Language: Greek)

 

Vgages Stelios, primary school teacher, theatrical play animator Greece
Kalogridi Valia, kindergarten teacher, special education kindergarten teacher, theatrical play animator Greece  
“Theater as a means to promote awareness on issues of disability and the development of an inclusive culture, aiming to ensure the acceptance of Diversity”
(Language: Greek)

 

Vitsou Magda, preschool teacher, Ph.D in Drama in Education, Department of Theatre Studies, University of Peloponnese, Greece
“Multimodality of Drama: identity texts and self-empowerment”
(Language: Greek)

 

Zachu Katerina, assistant professor, School for German Language and Literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Makri Vasoula, Ph.D. candidate, School for German Language and Literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
“Drama Club in higher education: The case of the German school, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki”
(Language: Greek)

 

Winston Joe, Professor of Drama and Theatre Education, University of Warwick, UK
“Research by the Royal Shakespeare Company: Teaching Shakespeare in school”
(Language: English)

 

Zanetti Federica, Associate Professor, Department of Education Studies, University of Bologna, Italy:
“Rainbow Theatre: a cultural project on gender education between theatre and pedagogy”
(Language: English)


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