Te reo kiriti : when Euripides speaks Maori. Intercultural collaborative practice as instinctive teaching methodology

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Davies, John
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2016-12
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Conference Contribution - Oral Presentation
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The Bacchae
Euripides (c.480 - c.406 B.C.)
performing arts
Māori Bacchae International
Māori theatre
Māori language
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Davies, J. (2016, December). Te Reo Kiriti-When Euripides Speaks Maori. Intercultural Collaborative Practice as Instinctive Teaching Methodology. Paper presented at Tuia Te Ako, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, Auckland.
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This paper takes the form of a report on an artistic project [a Māori Bacchae] and the task I have been given bring matauranga Maori into mainstream tertiary teaching of our department, of performing and screen arts at Unitec. The two are connected in that I wish, through the artistic project to learn more about, and find a way to expose our mainstream students to Maori knowledge and ways of learning. [...] My artistic question of our work is: Does the stylization and power of Maori performance and aesthetics release principles of Aristotle’s poetics and embedded dramatic themes from within Greek tragedy?
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