Borders of knowledge: a reflection on a collaborative international drama project

James Layton, Jane Loudon

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Abstract

Iris Marion Young (1990) believes that the ideal of community “seeks to resist the individualism and alienation that is pervasive in late capitalist societies by bringing people together”. Illustrated by an ongoing collaborative drama project between the UK and Romania, this paper seeks to explore the way in which access to knowledge associated with a late capitalist UK and those of the emerging capitalism of Romania informs creative partnerships. Using a case study of 2014 field research in Romania involving UK Drama & Theatre Studies undergraduates, this paper offers a multi-voiced reflection on how we learn from other communities and build sustainable and balanced relationships in an ever-expanding European community.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 24 Oct 2014
EventInternational Journal of Art & Design Education Conference 2014: Collaborative Practices in Arts Education - Tate Liverpool, Liverpool , United Kingdom
Duration: 24 Oct 201425 Oct 2014
http://www.nsead.org/Downloads/iJADE_Conference_2014.pdf
http://www.chester.ac.uk/node/23882

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ConferenceInternational Journal of Art & Design Education Conference 2014
Abbreviated titleiJade Conference 2014
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
CityLiverpool
Period24/10/1425/10/14
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