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Valuing Interdisciplinary Collaborative ResearchBeyond Impact$
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Keri Facer and Kate Pahl

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9781447331605

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: September 2017

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447331605.001.0001

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Performing the legacy of animative and iterative approaches to co-producing knowledge

Performing the legacy of animative and iterative approaches to co-producing knowledge

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(p.107) Five Performing the legacy of animative and iterative approaches to co-producing knowledge
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Valuing Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research
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Mihaela Kelemen

Martin Phillips

Deborah James

Sue Moffat

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Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781447331605.003.0006

This chapter advances a distinctive conceptual framework for defining legacy, seeing it as co-produced and co-performed in relational processes and dialogical encounters between scholars and community partners, facilitated by creative methodologies of knowledge co-production. Nicolini’s (2009) idea of ‘zooming in’ serves as a theoretical anchor to co-define legacy in a pluralistic way by using five distinct yet inter-related lenses that have informed our collaborative research (i.e. Theatre Studies, American Pragmatism, Critical Theory, Deleuzian Studies and Actor Network Theory). Legacy is thus defined as ‘the reproduction and transformation of a theatre tradition for new contexts such as research’, ‘changes inideas or practices (or both)’, ‘the empowerment of individuals and groups through the intersubjective development of understandings’,‘novelty and change through repetition’, and ‘the enrolment of new actants into a network’, respectively. This chapter illustrates how legacy was co-defined, co-performed and co-evaluated with various community partners and suggest how and why our conceptualisation of legacy may appeal beyond arts and humanities subjects.

Keywords:   cultural animation, theatre studies, American Pragmatism, iteration, Actor Network Theory, Deleuzian Studies, critical Theory

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