Nelson, Robin, 1949-

Practice as research in the arts principles, protocols, pedagogies, resistances / [electronic resource] : written and edited by Robin Nelson. - xiv, 229 pages : illustrations -

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Robin Nelson on practice as research. Introduction: the what, where, when and why of "practice as research" -- From practitioner to practitioner-researcher -- Conceptual frameworks for par and related pedagogy: from "hard facts" to "liquid knowing" -- Supervision, documentation and other aspects of praxis -- ParPhDs: a guideline/clew to a successful outcome for all (candidates, examiners, administrators, regulators) -- Regional perspectives. Aotearoa/New Zealand and practice as research / Suzanne Little -- Artists in Australian Academies: Performance in the labyrinth of practice-led research / Julie Robson -- PaR in Continental Europe: a site of many contests / Dieter Lesage -- Artistic research in a Nordic context / Annette Arlander -- Practice as Research in South Africa / Veronica Baxter -- Why Performance as Research? a US perspective / Shannon Rose Riley.


Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.






Performing arts--Research--Methodology.


Electronic books.

PN1576 / .N45 2013

792.072

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