- Phase 1 Co-Investigator
- School of Fine & Performing Arts
- University of Lincoln
- Faculty profile link
- Professor in Theatre
Professor Ananda Breed is author of Performing the Nation: Genocide, Justice, Reconciliation (Seagull Books, 2014) in addition to several publications that address transitional systems of governance and the arts. She has worked as a consultant for IREX and UNICEF in Kyrgyzstan on issues concerning conflict prevention and conducted applied arts workshops in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Indonesia, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Nepal, Palestine, Rwanda and Turkey. Breed is Professor in Theatre at University of Lincoln. Prior to this, she was the Co-director of the Centre for Performing Arts Development (CPAD) at the University of East London (2014-2017) and former research fellow at the International Research Centre Interweaving Performance Cultures at Freie University (2013-2014).
Ananda is a Phase 1 Co-Investigator on Mobile Arts for Peace, Rwanda.
Search or browse the resource archive for films, reports, toolkits and other resources produced by the Changing the Story and its commissioned projects. Items written by Prof Ananda Breed are listed below:
|Making each other human: The Mobile Arts for Peace Project||Blog (2018/04/05) Making each other human: The Mobile Arts for Peace Project||Prof Ananda Breed||Phase 1, Rwanda||format: blog, language: english||phase1 rwanda location||blog language-english|
|Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP): Youth and Participatory Arts in Rwanda||This is an Accepted Manuscript version of chapter 7 of the book 'Participatory Arts in International Development' published by Routledge/CRC Press on 29 August 2019. The final version of each …||Prof Ananda Breed||Rwanda||format: article, language: english, subject: participatory arts||rwanda location||article language-english subject-participatory-arts|
|Mobile Arts for Peace – Rwanda||Blog (2018/03/12) Mobile Arts for Peace – Rwanda||Hope Azeda, Kurtis Dennison, Prof Ananda Breed||Rwanda||format: blog, language: english||rwanda location||blog language-english|
|Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP): Shaping the Rwandan National Curriculum||Blog (2019/03/28) Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP): Shaping the Rwandan National Curriculum||Prof Ananda Breed||Phase 1, Rwanda||format: blog, language: english, subject: reflections||phase1 rwanda location||blog language-english subject-reflections|
|‘No-One Can Tell a Story Better than the One Who Lived It’||Academic article. Understandings of childhood and trauma are based on bio-psychological frameworks emanating from the Global North, often at odds with the historical, political, economic, social and cultural contexts in …||Chaste Uwihoreye, Dr Eric Ndushabandi, Dr Kirrily Pells, Dr Matthew Elliot, Dr Sylvestre Nzahabwanayo, Prof Ananda Breed||Rwanda||format: article, language: english, SDG 10 Inequalities, SDG 16 Institutions, SDG 3 Health and Well-being, SDG 4 Education, subject: participatory arts||rwanda location||article language-english sdg-10-inequalities sdg-16-institutions sdg-3-health-and-well-being sdg-4-education subject-participatory-arts|
|MAP: Curriculum for music, dance and drama in Rwanda||Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP): Curriculum for music, dance and drama in Rwanda by A Breed, K Dennison, S Nzahabwanayo, K Pells - The Applied Theatre Reader, 2020. This chapter …||Dr Kirrily Pells, Dr Sylvestre Nzahabwanayo, Kurtis Dennison, Prof Ananda Breed||Phase 1, Rwanda||format: article, language: english, SDG 10 Inequalities, SDG 16 Institutions, SDG 3 Health and Well-being, SDG 4 Education||phase1 rwanda location||article language-english sdg-10-inequalities sdg-16-institutions sdg-3-health-and-well-being sdg-4-education|
|Arts-based Methods and Digital Technology for Peacebuilding during the time of COVID-19||Blog (2020/09/03) Arts-based Methods and Digital Technology for Peacebuilding during the time of COVID-19||Prof Ananda Breed||Phase 1, Rwanda||format: blog, language: english, subject: covid19, subject: participatory arts, subject: reflections||phase1 rwanda location||blog language-english subject-covid19 subject-participatory-arts subject-reflections|
|Changemakers in Film Summit: Health is Wealth||Recording of Changing the Story's second online event in the Changemakers in Film Summit series 2021, 'Health is Wealth: Revisiting the influence of Arts organisations in helping the youth in …||Achabu Kire, Martin Keat, Prof Ananda Breed||Event, Young Changemakers||format: film, subject: wellbeing, subject: youth||event changemakers||film subject-wellbeing youth|