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Applied drama and theatre as an interdisciplinary field in the context of HIV/AIDS in Africa

Author: Hazel Barnes
Publisher: Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2013.
Series: Matatu, no. 43
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Drama for Life, University of the Witwatersrand, aims "to enhance the capacity of young people, theatre practitioners and their communities to take responsibility for the quality of their lives in the context of HIV and AIDS in Africa. We achieve this through participatory and experiential drama and theatre that is appropriate to current social realities but draws on the rich indigenous knowledge of African  Read more...
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Applied drama and theatre as an interdisciplinary field in the context of HIV/AIDS in Africa
(OCoLC)874300959
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Hazel Barnes
ISBN: 9789401210539 9401210535 1306738601 9781306738606
OCLC Number: 880408047
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 294 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgements; Introduction; SETTING THE SCENE; Negotiating the Space: Challenges for Applied-TheatrePraxis with Local Non-Governmental/Community-BasedOrganizations in HIV/AIDS Contexts in Uganda; HIV Communication: Global Emergencies, MediaTemplates, and African Communities (A Personal Journey); INNOVATIONS IN RESEARCH APPROACHES; Appreciative Inquiry --
An Alternative Approach to Applied Theatre; After the Curtain --
Reframed: Using Action Researchto Reflect, Monitor, and Evaluate the Applied-Theatre Experience. Collaboration as Research: Yale University, Siwela Sonke Dance Theatre, Clowns Without Borders South Africa, and People's Educational Theatre SwazilandParticipatory Theatre for Development as Action Research:Methodological, Theoretical and Ethical Challenges, Tensionsand Possibilities with Specific Reference to an HIV/AIDSand Disability Project (2007-2010); INNOVATIONS IN HIV/AIDS AWARENESS EDUCATION; The Lover and Another: A Consideration of the Efficacyof Utilizing a Performance Poetry Competition asVehicle for HIV/AIDS Education Among Young Adults. Do, Be, Do: Insights from 'RapidCognition' in a Theatre-Making ProcessSpace and Involvement --
Theatre in (a) South African Prison; INNOVATIONS IN RESEARCH PRACTICE/THEORY; Dramatic Spaces in Patriarchal Contexts: Constructionsand Disruptions of Gender in Theatre Interventions About HIV; This Is My Story: A Model for Creating PerformanceEngaging Artists and People Living with HIV/AIDS; A Poetic of Contradictions? HIV/AIDS Interventionsat the Crossroads of Localization and Globalization. Project Njabulo: Using Storytelling, Drama, and Play Therapy forPsycho-Social Interventions in Communities Affected by HIV/AIDSin Southern Africa --
Pathways to Empathetic Locally Sustainable CareINNOVATIVE CASE STUDIES; Dramatic Beading; Evaluation of Applied Drama and Theatre in HIV/AIDSInterventions: A Case Study of Themba Interactive; Theatre as Border-Crossing Among Women Living with HIV:A Case Study of Zandspruit Informal Settlement; Notes on Contributors; Onomastic Index; Notes for Contributors.
Series Title: Matatu, no. 43
Responsibility: edited by Hazel Barnes.

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Drama for Life, University of the Witwatersrand, aims "to enhance the capacity of young people, theatre practitioners and their communities to take responsibility for the quality of their lives in the context of HIV and AIDS in Africa. We achieve this through participatory and experiential drama and theatre that is appropriate to current social realities but draws on the rich indigenous knowledge of African communities."Collected here is a representative set of research essays written to facilitate dialogue across disciplines on the role of drama and theatre in HIV/AIDS education, prevention,

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