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SILENCE - (Re-)Viewing the concept of silence across multiple perspectives by an interdisciplinary panel of researchers

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A panel of interdisciplinary researchers share how they research/theorise the concept and materiality of ‘silence’.

Toshi Tsuruhara will talk about the roles of silence in a restorative dialogue in schools.

Hilary Cremin and Elizabeth Maber will talk about the vital role of silence in schools as part of her work developing inner peace, connectedness and compassion in educational settings.

Helen E. Lees researches and writes about silence and alternative education. Her work on silence focuses on it as a material for democracy in action.

Satinder Gill and Pam Burnard will be crystallising the role of silence in performance creativity.

This talk is part of the Arts and Creativities Research Group series.

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