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Palgrave Studies In Play, Performance, Learning, and Development

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This series showcases research, theory and practice linking play and performance to learning and development across the life span. Bringing the concerns of play theorists and performance practitioners together with those of educational and developmental psychologists and counsellors coincides with the increasing professional and public recognition that changing times require a reconceptualization of what it means to develop, to learn and to teach. In particular, outside of school and informal learning, the arts, and creativity are coming to be understood as essential in order to address school failure and isolation. Drawing upon existing expertise within and across disciplinary and geographical borders and theoretical perspectives, the series features collaborative projects and theoretical crossovers in the work of theatre artists, youth workers and scholars in educational, developmental, clinical and community psychology, social work and medicine?providing real world evidence of play and theatrical-type performance as powerful catalysts for social-emotional-cognitive growth and successful learning.<div><br><div>Advisory Board:&nbsp;</div><div><br></div><div>Patch Adams, Founder, Gesundheit Institute, USA</div><div>Natalia Gajdamaschko, Simon Fraser University, Canada&nbsp;</div><div>Kenneth Gergen, Professor, Swarthmore College, USA and Tilburg University, the Netherlands&nbsp;</div><div>Artin Gon?u, Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA&nbsp;</div><div>James Johnson, Professor, Pennsylvania State University, USA&nbsp;</div><div>Fernanda Liberali, Professor, Pontific Catholic University of S?o Paulo, Brazil&nbsp;</div><div>Yuji Moro, Professor, University of Tsukuba, Japan&nbsp;</div>Alex Sutherland, Professor, Rhodes University, South Africa&nbsp;</div><div>Jill Vialet, Founder and CEO, Playworks, USA</div></div>

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