21 April 2015


Embodiment, Learning and Change - in movement settings and educational contexts

Embodiment, Learning and Social Change aims to analyse, document and create processes of change in relation to body, learning and social development in diverse contexts. We elucidate the body and the importance of joy of life, learning, community, identity development and professional competence.

The subject is anchored in a holistic understanding of the body, which includes the physical, emotional, social and cultural development dimensions of bodily learning.
Embodiment Learning and Social Change is mainly based on qualitative research, practical studies and action research and thus have a strong application-oriented focus.

The research has two main tracks


Link to the research clusters current research projects.