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Shakespeare’s Codes

Philip Davis

Philip Davis is Professor and Head of the School of English, University of Liverpool. His books include Sudden Shakespeare and The Victorians (Oxford English Literary History). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Shakespeare Thinking

Bloomsbury Academic, 2007

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... pp. 110–11; Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor (eds), William Shakespeare: A Textual Companion ( Oxford...

Afterword

Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...I am aware that my interpretation of where TIE is and where it is going is somewhat pessimistic. Anthony Jackson, in his Afterword to this final section tries to redress the balance somewhat. He is less pessimistic, arguing that what...

Adapting to Survive

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...In order to survive after ERA TIE had to adapt. In this chapter I consider some more questionable shoots of TIE methodology. Since the 1990s there has been a plethora of programmes offering to deal with social and health issues which...

The Aesthetics of TIE

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...I have found it necessary at this point to meet head-on the prejudice that often is laid at the door of TIE that the pedagogy overwhelms the aesthetics. This chapter argues that TIE has its own highly complex aesthetic, which involves high...

The Education Debate and the Era of ERA

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...I have argued that TIE was born out of an expectation of social reform, an implicit trust in progressive education ideas and the hope for prosperity after fifty years of thwarted aspirations. In disentangling these roots, we can see...

Afterword

Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...In his Afterword to the first section Warwick Dobson amplifies aspects of my analysis thus far concerning the tight control that has been traditionally maintained over the content of the curriculum and access to education by those in power....

Conclusion: The Last Fifty Years of TIE

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...My final analysis and summary is not, it must be acknowledged, very positive. I argue here that the educational ideas of all the theorists mentioned are still relevant. Indeed, they are even more crucial as education and society in general...

Making It and Making It Work

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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... to my serving the company rather than developing my own voice. (Cullen in Taylor: 1997: 140) For Cullen writing was an individual activity that fitted uncomfortably with the collectivism he aspired to, even though he was largely...

Case Study: When Sleeping Dogs Awake

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...This case study considers a programme relying much more upon performance in a consideration of racism. Unlike previous programmes on this subject discussed in Chapter Two this piece avoids a historic approach to the issue and instead offers...

The Legacy of ERA: Funding and Programme Content

Roger Wooster

Roger Wooster was a TIE practitioner for his early career before moving into academia. Prior to recent retirement he was Senior Lecturer at the University of South Wales. He has published widely on TIE and presented papers at many international conference. From 2011–15 he was on editorial committee of the Journal for Drama in Education. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Philip Taylor

Philip Taylor is Associate Professor of Educational Theatre at New York University, USA, where he has been Director of the Program in Educational Theatre since 2003. Dr Taylor established the International Institute in Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) which has met in Australia, Canada, England, Jamaica, and the United States. He was inaugural director of the first centre in Australia dedicated to applied theatre research, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Griffith University, 1997-2001, and was foundation editor of Applied Theatre Researcher. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Theatre in Education in Britain : Origins, Development and Influence

Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016

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...This chapter considers the changes – indeed the decline – that TIE went through in the aftermath of ERA and subsequent right-wing educational reform. As well as the educational reforms imposed by ERA which made it so difficult for schools...