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A Research Tango in Three Moves

Gendering the Drama Research Space

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Christine Hatton and Richard Sallis

The Stories That Made Us

A Duoethnography on Becoming Reflective Drama Researchers

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Christine Hatton and Peter Duffy

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Edited by Peter Duffy, Christine Hatton and Richard Sallis

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Edited by Peter Duffy, Christine Hatton and Richard Sallis

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Edited by Peter Duffy, Christine Hatton and Richard Sallis

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Edited by Peter Duffy, Christine Hatton and Richard Sallis

We Need to Talk about Theory

Rethinking the Theory/Practice Dichotomy in Pursuit of Rigour in Drama Research

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Helen Cahill, Viv Aitken and Christine Hatton

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Edited by Peter Duffy, Christine Hatton and Richard Sallis

At a time when universities demand immediate and quantifiable impacts of scholarship, the voices of research participants become secondary to impact factors and the volume of research produced. Moreover, what counts as research within the academy constrains practices and methods that may more authentically articulate the phenomena being studied. When external forces limit methodological practices, research innovation slows and homogenizes.

This book aims to address the methodological, interpretive, ethical/procedural challenges and tensions within theatre-based research with a goal of elevating our field’s research practice and inquiry. Each chapter embraces various methodologies, positionalities and examples of mediation by inviting two or more leading researchers to interrogated each other’s work and, in so doing, highlighted current debates and practices in theatre-based research. Topics include: ethics, method, audience, purpose, mediation, form, aesthetics, voice, data generation, and research participants. Each chapter frames a critical dialogue between researchers that take multiple forms (dialogic interlude, research conversation, dramatic narrative, duologue, poetic exchange, etc.).

Lessons Learned

Provocations of Practice

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Allison Anders, Peter Duffy, Christine Hatton and RICHARD SALLIS