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Originally published: 2007.
Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction / Estelle Barrett -- Ch. 1. Interest: the ethics of invention / Paul Carter -- Ch. 2. The magic is in handling / Barbara Bolt -- Ch. 3. History documents, arts reveals: creative writing as research / Gaylene Perry -- Ch. 4. Cutting choreography: back and forth between 12 stages and 27 seconds / Dianne Reid -- Ch. 5. "Silent" speech / Annette Iggulden -- Ch. 6. Chamber: experiencing masculine identity through dance improvisation / Shaun McLeod -- Ch. 7 Rhizone/MyZone: a case study in studio-based dance research / Kim Vincs -- Ch. 8. A correspondence between practices / Stephen Goddard -- Ch. 9. Creating new stories for praxis: navigations, narrations, neonarratives / Robyn Stewart -- Ch. 10. Foucault's 'What is an author': towards a critical discourse of practice as research / Estelle Barrett -- Ch. 11. Rupture and recognition: identifying the performative research paradigm / Brad Haseman -- Ch. 12. The exegesis as meme / Estelle Barrett.
Designed as a research training tool and based on the model used by most research programmes, this text draws on thinkers including Deleuze and Heidegger in its examination of the relationship between practice and theory, showing how practice can operate as an alternative mode of enquiry to traditional scholarly research.