Co-existence Education: Creating Inclusion Across Difference Through Play, Creativity, Folklore, and Poetry

October 13, 2014
Monday, November 3, 2014 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
The Mershon Center (8th and Neil)
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The event will be a roundtable discussion of co-existence education as a mode for creating inclusion across boundaries through the use of drama, poetry, storytelling, and folklore. We will also be discussing next steps for a larger DISCO project on relocation, rehabilitation, and reclamation.
 
For more information, contact Professor Amy Shuman, Director of Disability Studies, shuman.1@osu.edu
 
Participants: 
  • Dr. Simon Lichman, Director of the Centre, Creativity in Education and Cultural Heritage in Jerusalem
  • Rivanna Miller, program evaluator and documentation coordinator, Centre for Creativity in Education and Cultural Heritage in Jerusalem
  • Dr. Terry Hermsen, Associate Professor, Otterbein College
  • Dr. Brian Edmiston, Professor of Drama in Education in the Department of Teaching and Learning,The Ohio State University
  • Dr. Pat Enciso, Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning at The Ohio State University Dr. Amy Shuman, Professor, Director of Disability Studies, The Ohio State University
Co-sponsored by the Disability Studies Program, DISCO, The Humanities Institute, The Humanities Without Walls Consortium funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Melton Center for Jewish Studies, the Multicultural Center, Literacy Studies, and the Center for Folklore Studies.

 

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