We are delighted that authors from the recently published book "Participatory Arts in International Development", co-edited by Paul Cooke (Principal Investigator of Changing the Story) and Inés Soria-Donlan (Project Manager of Changing the Story), have chosen to share the pre-proofed versions of their book chapters with us here on Changing the Story.
These are Accepted Manuscript versions of book chapters published by Routledge/CRC Press in Participatory Arts in International Development on 29 August 2019. The final version of each chapter are below, the complete book is available online: https://www.crcpress.com/Participatory-Arts-in-International-Development/Cooke-Soria-Donlan/p/book/9780367024970
We would like to thank all of the authors, project participants and partners involved in each piece of research - all of whom are also connected to Changing the Story in different ways - for their ongoing work and important contribution to the knowledge base developing in this area.
"Imagining Power: Development, Participation and Creativity" by Martin Keat.
"Reflections on Practice: Integrating Creative Arts into INGOs to Promote Participation, Activism and Alternative Development Futures" by Kate Newman and Kate Carroll.
"Beyond the Development Imaginary: Alternate Policy in Brazil and Colombia" by Simon T. Dancey and Emily Morrison.
"Challenging the Message of the Medium: Scaling Participatory Arts Projects and the Creativity Agenda in Kenya" by Paul Cooke, Simon Peter Otieno and Jane Plastow.
"When Elvis Dances: Activating Community Knowledge through Participatory Creative Practices in Santiago, Chile" by Simon Popple.
"Fragments on Heroes, Artists and Interventions: Challenging Gender Ideology and Provoking Active Citizenship through the Arts in Kosovo" by Linda Gusia, Nita Luci, Lura Pollozhani and Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers
"Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP): Youth and Participatory Arts in Rwanda" by Ananda Breed.
"Arts, Education and Reconciliation in Cambodia: Sociological Perspectives" by Peter Manning and Sayana Ser.
"Historical Research as an Advocacy Tool in India" by William Gould and Dakxin Bajrange.
"Developing Dialogue through Participatory Design and Imaginative Graphic-Ethnography" by Paul Wilson.
"Filming the Margins: Documentary Film, Participation and the Poetics of Resistance in Contemporary Brazil" by Stephanie Dennison and Gilberto Alexandre Sobrinho.
"Taking the Product Seriously: Questions of Voice, Politics and Aesthetics in Participatory Video" by Paul Cooke, Sinethemba Makanya, Inés Soria-Donlan and Daniela Wegrostek.
"Researching like an Artist: Disrupting Participatory Arts-Based Methods in Uganda and Bangladesh" by Emilie Flower and Ruth Kelly.