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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/17328

Title: From Page to Stage: Dramaturgy and the Art of Interdisciplinary Translation
Authors: Rossiter, Kate
Gray, Julia
Kontos, Pia
Keightley, Michelle
Colantonio, Angela
Keywords: Interdisciplinary Collaboration
Health Research
Dramaturgy
Traumatic Brain Injury
Theatre
Issue Date: 9-Mar-2009
Citation: Rossiter, K., Gray, J., Kontos, P., Keightley, M., Colantonio, A., Gilbert, J. From page to stage: Dramaturgy and the art of interdisciplinary translation. Journal of Health Psychology 2008; 13(2):277-286.
Abstract: In recent years, interdisciplinary collaboration between artists and social scientists has received sustained interest from many members of the academic community. However, cross-disciplinary work is often more difficult than presumed. Epistemological and methodological differences between disciplines create barriers that may impede collaborative projects. This paper explores some of the unique tensions and challenges that arose from the creation of ‘After the Crash,’ a research-based theatre production about traumatic brain injury. Through the narrative lens of the project’s dramaturg, we explore moments of interdisciplinary tension, and the possibility for the role of the dramaturg to build bridges between disparate methods of knowledge generation and translation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/17328
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