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Pluriperceptive and Multicultural Theatricalities to diverse Early Childhoods

Developed by Dr Viviane Juguero

This postdoctoral research focuses on the role of the human property of theatricality since it bases both symbolic games and artistic creations, being essential to the communication development and the establishment of belonging bonds. The study is part of the project “Scenekunst til Alle Små” and investigates its intention of being a democratic project for all children in Stavanger. In this sense, the multicultural reality of the city besides the Norwegian policies to promote cultural democracy are essential factors to this reflection, besides the FILIORUM and the University of Stavanger commitments to the issue. In this path, it is vital to understand the specificity of aesthetic development in Early Childhood, from the intrauterine musicality to the construction of the pluriperceptive, emotional and axiological frameworks created by theatricality.

PUBLISHED ARTICLES:

Juguero, Viviane (2022). "Theatre for children’s dialogical specificities."

In: O'Connor, P.;   Mc Avoy, M (editors). The Routledge Companion to Drama Education. Routledge. 

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Juguero, Viviane. Art as a Science: paths through a radical heteroscientific methodology.

In: CIVAE 2021. Spain: Musicoguia Magazine (Pages 23-28). 

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NEXT PUBLICATION:

Juguero V (2022). Radical Theatricalities: Democratic Arts for Early Childhoods through Parity in diversity.

In: Subotica Conference Proceedings. Subotica: Serbia.

PRESENTATIONS:

"Pluriperceptive and Multicultural Theatricalities to Diverse Early Childhoods."

Guest speaker at a FILIORUM colloquium (University of Stavanger, Norway). 

"Radical praxis: a matristic perspective in the field of Arts for Early Childhood."

Guest speaker at the Faculty of Arts and Education (University of Stavanger, Norway). 

"Radical Theatricalities to diverse Early Childhoods"

ITYARN (International Theatre for Young Audiences Research Network) online conference at the Congress of ASSITEJ (International Association of Theatre for Children and Youth). 

"The play's theatricality as roots of sociocultural structures"

28th ICCP World Play Conference (International Council for Children's Play / University Autonomous of Madrid, Spain)

"Art as a Science: paths through a radical heteroscientific methodology."

CIVAE Conference (MusicoGuia Magazine) 

"Theatricality and the roots of bullying in Early Childhood."

EADP Summer Tour September 2021 (University of Stavanger, Norway / University of Applied Sciences Upper, Austria, Austria / Polish Association of Human Development Psychology, Poland)

"Building Borderless communities through the theatre."

Guest speaker at the International Webinar of the National Association of the Nigerian Theatre Art Practitioners, Nigeria. 

 

"Radical Theatricalities: Democratic Arts for Early Childhoods through Parity in diversity."

Subotica Conference, Serbia. 

"Radical dramaturgies to face social challenges."

Guest speaker at the Høgskulen på Vestlandet (Bergen, Norway). 

"Radical Dramaturgy

Guest speaker at Drama Professors’ meeting at the Faculty of Arts and Education (University of Stavanger, Norway). 

"Dramaturgy and symbolic games socioemotional roles: similarities and differences."

IN: Symposium "Performing Arts and Play in Early Childhood." Norske Barnehageforskningskonferansen 2021: FILIORUM / University of Stavanger (Norway). 

"Pluriperceptive and Multicultural Theatricalities to diverse Early Childhoods."

A public presentation about Juguero's postdoctoral process of research. FILIORUM: Meeting between the South Jutland University College (Denmark) and the University of Stavanger (Norway).

 

"Theatricality and the roots of belonging, play, and communication in Early Childhood."

Norske Barnehageforskningskonferansen 2021: FILIORUM / University of Stavanger (Norway)

"Radical praxis: theatricality and gender paradigms."

IN: Symposium "Diverse perspectives concerning gender parity and ECEC." Norske Barnehageforskningskonferansen 2021: FILIORUM / University of Stavanger (Norway)