Being transformed: presence and participation

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Professor Beth Juncker has criticized the DICE Report to exaggerate its conclusions. At the same time, she notes that in relation to the Nordic countries there has not been done much to develop creative, innovative and communicative skills. The challenge is that in the drama and theater sphere educational responses are still being sought to legitimate and integrate the
value-in-itself-ness that characterizes paradigms in aesthetic and artistic learning-processes.
Professor Beth Juncker will seek to answer vitally: How can working with art and culture lead to a paradigm, which in its practice form with drama and theater has the ‘Now’ and ‘Presence’ as a driving force?

Drama; Boreale; Explore; Express; Exchange; theatre; presence; participation; Child culture; children’s culture; Gumbrecht; Böhme; Juncker;
Original languageEnglish
Article number1
JournalBUKS - Tidsskrift for Børne- og Ungdomskultur
Issue number1
Pages (from-to)10 - 26
Number of pages16
Publication statusPublished - 19 Apr 2016

    Research areas

  • Faculty of Humanities - Drama, Boreale, Explore, Express, Exchange, theatre, presence, participation, Child culture, children’s culture, Gumbrecht, Böhme, Juncker

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