Manfred Schewe (Cork, Ireland); Susanne Even (Bloomington, USA)
is a bilingual (English–German), fully peer-reviewed on-line journal with a focus on performative teaching, learning and research. Its special emphasis is on the role of drama and theatre in the teaching and learning of foreign/second languages, including the literatures and cultures associated with these languages.
It is aimed at scholars, teachers, theatre professionals and drama- and theatre-in-education specialists. The journal has a distinctly interdisciplinary orientation, encouraging contributions from different research disciplines and fields of practice.
The editors intend to stimulate the subject debate revolving around the use of drama and theatre in foreign language teaching and learning by making interested colleagues aware of new publications, upcoming events and hot links and by publishing books which will be based mainly on selected contributions to SCENARIO.
The first issue of SCENARIO appeared on March 15th, 2007.
In 2010 SCENARIO was awarded the European Language Label for its role in establishing innovative connections between the performing arts and foreign language education as well as striking new paths towards performative teaching and learning.
Contributions for Volume X, Issue 2/2016 should be submitted by July 15th, 2016; contributions for Volume XI, Issue 1/2017 by January 15th, 2017.
For its role in establishing innovative connections between the performing arts and foreign language education as well as striking new paths towards performative teaching and learning SCENARIO was awarded the European Language Label.
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