Practice as Research in the Arts: Principles, Protocols, Pedagogies, Resistances

October 5, 2019 - Comment

Rare Book

Rare Book

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Anonymous says:

excellent and comprehensive An excellent introduction to the intimate complexities and broader contexts of PaR globally, drawing you in as a reader into a very rich and lively discourse about PaR and it’s position within ‘the academy’. After reading, I feel inspired to view PaR as a valid means for unifying my own experiences of research, practice and teaching. I wish I’d read this before embarking on my doctoral studies, as it very clearly introduces the reader to the very exciting and diverse ways of conceptualising and…

Anonymous says:

Practice as research in the arts A scholarly, well written book which has a good combination of theory and examples from practice. I am encouraging fellow arts therapists to undertake research which draws on their background as artists and therapists. There has been little written on this in the UK so I am very glad to have bought this book and recommended it to my art based research students.

Anonymous says:

Perfect for anyone engaged in performance or practice as research Excellent! So useful for my work. Very good guidance for educators leading practice as research projects and for practitioners including research in their performative work.

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