7 edition of Performing Justice found in the catalog.
May 26, 2005
by Cornell University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||312|
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Drawing on examples from PJP residencies in juvenile justice settings, high schools, foster care facilities, and community-based organizations, this book offers flexible and responsive ways for considering experiences of racism and sexism and performing visions of justice.
Her book traces the arc by which a regime's campaign to educate the masses by entertaining and disciplining them culminated in a policy of brute the course of the s, the nature of the trials changed, and this process is one of the main themes of the later chapters of Wood's book.
Performing Justice: Agitation Trials in. Book Description. Devising Critically Engaged Theatre with Youth: The Performing Justice Project offers accessible frameworks for devising original theatre, developing critical understandings of racial and gender justice, and supporting youth to imagine, create, and perform possibilities for a more just and equitable society.
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Tami Spry is a Professor of Performance Studies in the Communication Studies Department at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, USA. She employs autoethnographic writing and performance as a critical method of inquiry into culture and communication teaching courses in beginning and advanced performative autoethnography, performance of literature, and collaborative writing in Reviews: 3.
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