4th SCENARIO SYMPOSIUM - Performative Teaching, Learning, Research
4th SCENARIO SYMPOSIUM - Performative Teaching, Learning, Research. Fri 11 November – Boole Library (Creative Zone)
11 a.m. – 12.00 a.m. (Boole Library – Creative Zone/Ground Floor)
Professor Barbara Schmenk (University of Waterloo, Canada)
Current debates in language education
12 a.m. – 1 p.m. (Boole Library – Creative Zone/Ground Floor)
Dr Katja Frimberger (Brunel University, London)
'Some people are born strange':
A Brechtian theatre pedagogy as philosophical ethnography
1.15 p.m. Lunch & Launch
Light lunch available for Symposium participants
Jools Gilson, Professor of Creative Practice / Head, School of Music & Theatre, UCC,
will launch two new publications in the SCENARIO book series:
i. Susanne Even & Manfred Schewe (eds) (2016): Performative Teaching, Learning, Research. Berlin: Schibri
ii. Micha Fleiner (2016): Performancekünste im Hochschulstudium. Berlin: Schibri
2.30 p.m. – 4 p.m. (Alfred O’Rahilly Building, Ground Floor – Mary Ryan Meeting Room – G27B)
Performative Arts and Pedagogy: Towards the Development of an International Glossary
The German professional association Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft (BAG) ‘Spiel & Theater e.V.
aims to develop an international glossary of key terms in the area of applied drama and theatre
and has invited professionals from outside Germany to become involved in this project.
The Symposium speakers, Prof. Barbara Schmenk and Dr Katja Frimberger,
will be joined by Mike Fleming, Professor Emeritus, University of Durham, and
Prof. Manfred Schewe and Dr Roisin O’Gorman as the Symposium organisers
to explore the challenges of intercultural discourse in the area of Performative Arts and Pedagogy.
Symposium Organisation: Prof. Manfred Schewe & Dr. Roisin O’Gorman, assisted by German Department intern Josephine Rutz
It would be helpful to know if you intend to attend all or part of the symposium (lectures/lunch and launch/group discussion).
Please send a short note to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Symposium is generously supported by the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures,
the Department of German and the Department of Drama and Theatre Studies
and is linked to activities within CASILAC’s Performance as Culture – Culture as Performance research cluster
and the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Performative Practices.
Click here for general information on THE SCENARIO PROJECT
CALL FOR PAPERS - SCENARIO FORUM International Conference 2017
Performative Spaces in Language, Literature and Culture Education