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Practice as Research in the Arts (and Beyond): Principles, Processes, Contexts, Achievements

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This project addresses the contexts of Practice as Research and how to undertake it. This second iteration updates thinking and practices but sustains a direct and clear approach on how to become a practitioner-researcher. New features include an extension of range “beyond” the arts and a case for intra-disciplinarity in Practice Research as an influence in the formation of the “future university”. A comparison is made between Artistic Research and Practice Research recognizing that research through practices with being-doing-knowing is central to both. Acknowledging the current crisis in legitimation, a broad view is taken of how things might be known by an onto-epistemology for the twenty-first century foregrounding the bodymind but sustaining rationality and community by way of Other/other dialogic exchange. Perspectives from around the world in Part II offset the more Eurocentric emphasis in Part I.

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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783030905415
ISBN-10: 3030905411
Ilustrații: XXI, 196 p. 15 illus.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 mm
Greutate: 0.49 kg
Ediția: 2nd ed. 2022
Editura: Springer
Colecția Palgrave Macmillan
Locul publicării: Cham, Switzerland

Cuprins

1.Introduction; Robin Nelson.- 2.Lineages and principles: the what, where, when and why of PaR; Robin Nelson.- 3.How to be both: from practitioner to practitioner-researcher; Robin Nelson.- 4.Concepts in Contexts; Robin Nelson.-  5.Process: documentation and publication; Robin Nelson.-  6.PaR doctorates - a guideline/clew to a successful outcome for all (candidates, examiners, supervisors, administrators, regulators); Robin Nelson.- 7.  Asia(s); Maiya Murphy.- 8.  Australasia; Suzanne Little.- 9.  Nordic Contexts; Stefan Östersjö.- 10.  North America; Bruce Barton.- 11.  South Africa; Kat Lowe & Alex Halligey.- 12.  South America; Ciane Fernandes & Melina Scialom.


Notă biografică

Formerly Director of Research, and Professor of Theatre and Intermedial Performance, (2010 - 2015) at University of London, Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, Robin Nelson (in semi-retirement) is now an Emeritus Professor. He is also an Emeritus Professor of Manchester Metropolitan University where for many years he was Head of the practice-based, interdisciplinary Department of Contemporary Arts. Robin has published widely on the performing arts and media and is still occasionally engaged in intermedial theatre practice.    
 


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This project addresses the contexts of Practice as Research and how to undertake it. This second iteration updates thinking and practices but sustains a direct and clear approach on how to become a practitioner-researcher. New features include an extension of range “beyond” the arts and a case for intra-disciplinarity in Practice Research as an influence in the formation of the “future university”. A comparison is made between Artistic Research and Practice Research recognizing that research through practices with being-doing-knowing is central to both. Acknowledging the current crisis in legitimation, a broad view is taken of how things might be known by an onto-epistemology for the twenty-first century foregrounding the bodymind but sustaining rationality and community by way of Other/other dialogic exchange. Perspectives from around the world in Part II offset the more Eurocentric emphasis in Part I.

Caracteristici

Surveys the developments made in the field of PaR
Refines and clarifies aspects taken from the first edition of the book
Looks at PaR beyond the arts sector