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This document explores, from a Dutch perspective, the role of the performing arts in education in developing nations. In particular, the analysis focuses on Zambia. Introductory sections of the report touch on the connections among culture, education, and performance, as well as the role of avant-garde and popular theater, the theme of alienation, and the anthropology of theater. A historical section addresses the use of theater in development communication, popular theater and social change, the performing arts in African indigenous education, and the historical development of Zambian national theater. A section entitled "Theatre for Development" deals with the performing arts in national development, theater for development in India and Bangladesh, and the role of the performing arts in changing women's roles. "Education and Training" is the title of a section that encompasses the formalizing of expressive skills training and implementing the anthropology of theater. A section on policy examines the Dutch role in international performing arts education and research, an international popular theater meeting in Zambia, and the empowerment of development support communication via theater for development. The document also includes notes, appendices containing acronyms and definitions. Contains approximately 20 pages of references. (SG)

Descriptors: Developing Nations, Development Communication, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Indigenous Populations, International Education, Theater Arts











Autor: Epskamp, Kees

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=9537&id=ED379169







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