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The Routledge companion to theatre, performance, and cognitive science

Author: Rick Kemp; Bruce A McConachie
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2018.
Series: Routledge companions
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1stView all editions and formats
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The Routledge Companion to Theatre, Performance and Cognitive Science integrates key findings from the cognitive sciences (cognitive psychology, neuroscience, evolutionary studies and relevant social sciences) with insights from theatre and performance studies. This rapidly expanding interdisciplinary field dynamically advances critical and theoretical knowledge, as well as driving innovation in practice. The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Rick Kemp; Bruce A McConachie
ISBN: 9781351690362 1351690361 9781351690379 135169037X 9781351690355 1351690353 9781315169927 1315169924
OCLC Number: 1053991447
Notes: Thornton Wilder's Our Town and Caryl Churchill's Light Shining in Buckinghamshire Rhonda Blair Acting and Emotion Vladimir Mirodan Part II: Learning Introduction Bruce McConachie Improvising communication in Pleistocene performances Bruce McConachie Ritual transformation and transmission David Mason Communities of gesture: Empathy and embodiment in Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company's 100 Migrations Ariel Nereson Creative storytelling, crossing boundaries, high-impact learning and social engagement Nancy Kindelan From banana phones to the bard: The developmental psychology of acting Thalia R.
Empathetic communication and healthcare Rick Kemp and Rachel DeSoto-Jackson Awareness performing: Practice and protocol Experience Bryon Imagining the ecologies of autism Melissa Trimingham and Nicola Shaughnessy Toward consilience: Integrating performance history with the coevolution of our species Bruce McConachie
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
Contents: General Introduction Bruce McConachie Part I: Artistry Introduction Rick Kemp Stanislavsky's prescience: The conscious self in the system and Active Analysis as a theory of mind Sharon Marie Carnicke The improviser's lazy brain: improvisation and cognition Gunter Lösel Devising --
embodied creation in distributed systems Rick Kemp Embodied cognition and Shakespearean performance Darren Tunstall The remains of ancient action: Understanding affect and empathy in Greek drama Peter Meineck Minding implicit constraints in dance improvisation Pil Hansen Applying developmental epistemic cognition to theatre for young audiences Jeanne Klein 4E cognition for directing Goldstein 'I'm giving everybody notes using his body': Framing actors' observation of performance Claire Syler Acting technique, Jacques Lecoq, and embodied meaning Rick Kemp Part III: Scholarship Introduction Bruce McConachie Systems theory, enaction and performing arts Gabriele Sofia Watching movement: Phenomenology, cognition, performance Stanton B. Garner, Jr . Attention to theatrical performances James Hamilton Emergence, meaning and presence: An interdisciplinary approach to a disciplinary question Amy Cook Relishing performance: Rasa as participatory sense-making Erin B. Mee The self, ethics, agency and tragedy David Palmer Aesthetics and the sensible John Lutterbie Talk this dance: On the conceptualization of dance as fictive conversation Ana Margarida Abrantes and Esther Pascual Distributed cognition: Studying theatre in the wild Evelyn Tribble and Robin Dixon Part IV: Translational Applications Introduction Rick Kemp A theatrical intervention to lower the risk of Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia Tony and Helga Noice The Performance of Caring: Theatre, General Introduction --
Bruce McConachie --
PartI: Artistry --
Introduction --
Rick Kemp --
Stanislavskys prescience: The conscious self in the system and Active Analysis --
as a theory of mind --
Sharon Marie Carnicke --
The improvisers lazy brain: improvisation and cognition --
Gunter Lsel --
Devising embodied creation in distributed systems --
Rick Kemp --
Embodied cognition and Shakespearean performance --
Darren Tunstall --
The remains of ancient action: Understanding affect and empathy in Greek drama --
Peter Meineck --
Minding implicit constraints in dance improvisation --
Pil Hansen --
Applying developmental epistemic cognition to theatre for young audiences --
Jeanne Klein --
4E cognition for directing: Thornton Wilders Our Town and Caryl Churchills --
Light Shining in Buckinghamshire --
Rhonda Blair --
Acting and Emotion --
Vladimir Mirodan --
--
Part II: Learning --
Introduction --
Bruce McConachie --
Improvising communication in Pleistocene performances --
Bruce McConachie --
Ritual transformation and transmission --
David Mason --
Communities of gesture: Empathy and embodiment in Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane --
Dance Companys 100 Migrations --
Ariel Nereson --
Creative storytelling, crossing boundaries, high-impact learning and --
social engagement --
Nancy Kindelan --
From banana phones to the bard: The developmental psychology of acting --
Thalia R. Goldstein --
'I'm giving everybody notes using his body': Framing actors observation of performance --
Claire Syler --
Acting technique, Jacques Lecoq, and embodied meaning --
Rick Kemp --
PartIII: Scholarship --
Introduction --
Bruce McConachie --
Systems theory, enaction and performing arts --
Gabriele Sofia --
Watching movement: Phenomenology, cognition, performance --
Stanton B. Garner, Jr. --
Attention to theatrical performances --
James Hamilton --
Emergence, meaningand presence: An interdisciplinary approach to a disciplinary question --
Amy Cook --
Relishing performance: Rasa as participatory sense-making --
Erin B. Mee --
The self, ethics, agency and tragedy --
David Palmer --
Aesthetics and the sensible --
John Lutterbie --
Talk this dance: On the conceptualization of dance as fictive conversation --
Ana Margarida Abrantes and Esther Pascual --
Distributed cognition: Studying theatre in the wild --
Evelyn Tribble and Robin Dixon --
Part IV: Translational Applications --
Introduction --
Rick Kemp --
A theatrical intervention to lower the risk of Alzheimers and other forms of --
dementia --
Tony and Helga Noice --
The Performance of Caring: Theatre, empathetic communication and healthcare --
Rick Kemp and Rachel DeSoto-Jackson --
Awareness performing: Practice and protocol --
Experience Bryon --
Imagining the ecologies of autism --
Melissa Trimingham and Nicola Shaughnessy --
Toward consilience: Integrating performance history with the coevolution --
of our species --
Bruce McConachie.
Series Title: Routledge companions
Other Titles: Companion to theatre, performance, and cognitive science
Theatre, performance, and cognitive science
Responsibility: Bruce McConachie.

Abstract:

The Routledge Companion to Theatre, Performance and Cognitive Science integrates key findings from the cognitive sciences (cognitive psychology, neuroscience, evolutionary studies and relevant social sciences) with insights from theatre and performance studies. This rapidly expanding interdisciplinary field dynamically advances critical and theoretical knowledge, as well as driving innovation in practice. The anthology includes30 specially commissioned chapters, many written by authors who have been at the cutting-edge of research and practice in the field over the last15 years. These authors offer many empirical answers to four significant questions: How can performances in theatre, dance and other media achieve more emotional and social impactHow can we become more adept teachers and learners of performance both within and outside of classrooms What can the cognitive sciences reveal about the nature of drama and human nature in general How can knowledge transfer, from a synthesis of science and performance, assist professionals such as nurses, care-givers, therapists and emergency workers in their jobsA wide-ranging and authoritative guide, The Routledge Companion to Theatre, Performance and Cognitive Science is an accessible tool for not only students, but practitioners and researchers in the arts and sciences as well.

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