Vol 2, No 1 (2013)

Creative Practice as Research

The second issue of New Scholar takes up the theme of creative practice, and its relationship to research.

Table of Contents

Full Issue

Full Issue: Volume 2 Issue 1 PDF
 
Editors' Introduction: New Scholar 2.1 PDF
Bridie McCarthy, Alice Healy-Ingram

Articles

The Work of Art as Paradigm: Giorgio Agamben and the Relationship between Knowledge and the Creative Arts PDF
Emmett Stinson
Marxism and the Philosophy of Language PDF
Paul Magee
Live Research in Audio-Visual Performance: Conceptualising ‘Outback and Beyond’ PDF
Grayson Cooke
(Dis)Passionate Processes: Representation, Abstraction and Empathy in Writing and Art-Making PDF
Cristina Silaghi
Sonic Practice as Research: The Problem of Aesthetics PDF
Ian Andrews
Anatomy of the Wasteland PDF
Kathryn Hummel
Toward a Methodology of Arts-Based Participatory Action Research: Evaluating a Theater of The Oppressed Classroom Site PDF
Erin Kamler
ALPHABET RAP: hip hop and the re-coolification of creative pedagogies as research PDF
Anne M Harris
Creative Practice as Research: poetry, 'dadirri', and white affect PDF
Shari Kocher

Commentaries

Speculations on Creative Frenzy and its Biology PDF
Kevin Brophy
Creative Praxis and Cross-cultural Research PDF
Sukhmani Khorana

Visual essays

Performing the Living Archive PDF
Dr Laurene Vaughan, Reuben Stanton, Dr David Carlin, Adrian Miles, Jeremy Yuille, Dr James Thom, Dr Peta Tait, Dr Kim Baston
Abstract of Performance Drawing: The Long Black Line PDF
Murray Paterson, Kellie O'Dempsey


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