Guest editors: Michael Anderson and Mary Mooney
This special edition of NJ will examine the enduring praxis and legacy of two significant scholars and practitioners to the growth and the development of the field of drama education and applied theatre/drama with specific reference to their impact on drama education and applied theatre in Australia and the Asia-Pacific. This edition of NJ is inspired by the untimely passing of Professor John Carroll and Professor Dorothy Heathcote and an enthusiasm to discuss how their intellectual restlessness contributed to the development and changes in the field. Papers are invited from authors who would like to celebrate and mark the work of John Carroll and/or Dorothy Heathcote, their development of new knowledge and how this has implications for the future of the field. Contributions may reflect on John Carroll's and Dorothy Heathcote's work together or their individual work as scholars and practitioners.
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NJ is an internationally regarded peer-reviewed journal, providing the drama
education community of teachers, arts practitioners and researchers with reflection, discussion and research into innovative drama practice and pedagogy, across the many fields of drama practice in Australia and internationally.
Contributors to NJ come from all sectors of the drama education community and
from all parts of Australia and the world. The journal is currently produced twice yearly and the editors welcome submissions at any time.
Contributions can be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org
Information for contributors can be found here.