CTL1062H: Performed Ethnography and Research Informed Theatre [RM]

Credit Value

This course will provide students with an opportunity to learn about the arts-based research methods of performed ethnography and research-informed theatre. Performed ethnography, also known as performance ethnography and ethnodrama, involves turning the findings of ethnographic research into a play script that can be read aloud by a group of participants or performed before audiences. Performed ethnography can be seen as one kind of research-informed theatre. Other examples of research-informed theatre we will look at in this course include autobiographical theatre, community theatre, verbatim theatre, documentary theatre, tribunal theatre and history theatre.

CTL5010H Special Topics in Curriculum Studies and Teacher Development: Masters Level: Performed Ethnography and Research Informed Theatre [RM]
Graduate Department
Curriculum, Teaching and Learning