This essay archives and reimagines a collaborative student performance—inJUSTICE—developed as part of a performance and social change course. Working within the framework of critical pedagogy, the intents of this piece are several: to offer strategies for teaching a course on performing resistance and mentoring students in the development of original work; to provide insight into how students, primarily at the undergraduate level, process performance in the context of social change, as well as apply course concepts and practices in their own performance work; and to affirm a body-centered, performative pedagogy in the classroom. Also included is a video of the live performance.
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Santoro, Patrick; Berryhill, Uriah; Nemeth, Lois; Townsend, Rebecca; and Webb, Deirdre
"Students Staging Resistance: Pedagogy/Performance/Praxis,"
Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Journal: Vol. 1, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/ptoj/vol1/iss1/6
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