From Dissertation to the Stage: Reflections on the use of Theater as Cultural Work for Social Justice
Expanding the Edges of Narrative Enquiry: Research from the Mauro Centre
Book Chapter; Book Description:
This captivating book presents innovative answers to the question: why storytelling? Each chapter represents leading edge narrative research designs from Arthur V. Mauro Institute for Peace and Justice in central Canada, one of the world’s leading academic programs for Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS), and a major contributor to PACS scholarship. The authors are candid and offer inspiration for other scholars seeking groundbreaking ideas for their own research design while offering profound expansions to the current PACS literature. The scholarship reflects a diversity of ideas, passions, approaches, disciplinary roots, and topic areas. Each chapter explores different and critical issues in the field of PACS through various forms of storytelling, while providing recent original research designs for the future development of the field and the education of its practitioners and academics. This volume, co-edited by three of the early graduates of the program, presents and explores a number of these issues across the broad spectrum of Peace and Conflict Studies. Contributors to the book are recognized scholars and practitioners in their respective fields. The book has a wide audience, targeting those particularly interested in tackling and understanding old conflicts in new ways, and for those seeking to learn at the growing edges of PACS, at the undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate levels.
Hunte, R. (2019). From dissertation to the stage: Reflections on the use of theater as Cultural work for social justice. In L. Reimer, K. Standish, and C. Thiessen (Eds.), Expanding the Edges of Narrative Enquiry: Research from the Mauro Centre. Lexington Press. 153-171.