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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/32985

Title: Reflections on Harriet’s House and Ana’s Shadow
Authors: Papoff, Sarah
Bardwell, Sookie
Cleeve, Jessica
Cowling, Georgia
Glanzberg, Carly
Greve, Kali
Kauffman, Natalie
Peek, Sarah
Saifer, Adam
Sparling, Laura
Vavougios, Spiro
Goldstein, Tara
Keywords: performed ethnography
alternative ethnography movement
research informed theatre
adoption
Bogota, Columbia
Toronto, Canada
same-sex families
Jewish traditions
cancer
Discussion guide
Ana's shadow
Harriet's House
Issue Date: 26-Sep-2012
Abstract: The following are personal reflections from recent Bachelor of Education students, as well as current graduate and undergraduate students from the University of Toronto who have had an opportunity to work with Harriet’s House and Ana’s Shadow in their classes. Representing a variety of academic disciplines, teaching experiences and research interests, these reflections provide insights into the range of pedagogical possibilities that the plays may open up for students who work with them. It is our hope that you will draw on these reflections in order to consider how you might use these plays in your own teaching, and to imagine new conversations and possibilities for discussion with your Bachelor of Education classes.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/32985
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