SCENARIO FORUM Online Research Colloquium

SCENARIO FORUM ONLINE RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM

The Colloquium will be launched on 27 June 2020 and is a great opportunity for colleagues to showcase their research and enter into a dialogue with colleagues from different parts of the world.

We will host a meeting each month. 

2nd Colloquium – 22 August 2020

AT 13:30 hrs Standard Irish Time (= 14:30 mainland Europe; 08:30 US/East Coast (New York); 05:30 US/West Coast; 19:00 India; 22.30 Japan; 22:15 Eastern Australia (Perth); 23:30 Western Australia (Syndney).

Registration for 2nd online meeting now open.

If you wish to attend please sign up here: https://forms.gle/rFjYgUTCCqd3yduYA
 
Provisional Schedule for the 2nd Colloquium:

English Language Part:
•	Silja Weber (Columbia University, New York): Performance, Pitfalls, and Possibilities: Inclusion and Equity in the Classroom
•	Anne Smith (Founder of the Creative English Programme, UK): ‘Now I can help my child’: fostering community, school readiness and parental engagement through performativity in preschool education

German Language Part:
•	Norma Wucherpfennig (Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil): Performatives Lernen – eine ‚brasilianische Praxisperspektive‘
•	Alexandra Hensel (Universität Göttingen, Deutschland): Kurze Vorstellung von: Fremdsprachenunterricht als Ereignis – Zur Fundierung einer performativ-ästhetischen Lehr- und Lernpraxis. (Band IV, Scenario Buchreihe)

 

1st Colloquium - 27th June 2020

This is to give you advance notice that the first 2 hr online meeting will take place on JUNE 27TH AT 13:30 hrs Standard Irish Time (= 14:30 mainland Europe; 08:30 US/East Coast (New York); 05:30 US/West Coast; 19:00 India; 22.30 Japan; 22:15 Eastern Australia (Perth); 23:30 Western Australia (Syndney).

Schedule:

Part I (60 min)

- Members of the Scenario Team introduce themselves and give general information about the Colloquium (5 min)

- Fionn Woodhouse: Focus on Zoom-related technical matters (10 min)

- Manfred Schewe: 'Performative' in a nutshell (10 min)

- Susanne Even: Teaching performatively: presence and unpredictability (10 min)

- Discussion (25 min)

 

Part II (60 min)

- Christina Goodnight: Perfect Disguises: Building an Evidence Base for Improvisational Drama Activities (20 min)

- 15 min Breakout Groups

- 15 min Plenary Discussion

- 10 min Wrapping up

 

 

SCENARIO

Department of German & Department of Theatre – University College Cork

Scenario Editorial Office, Department of German, Alfred O'Rahilly Building, Main Campus, University College Cork,

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