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  • Embodied ways of knowing.

    Barbour, Karen (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2004)
    In this article I present an argument for `embodied ways of knowing' as an alternative epistemological strategy, drawing on feminist research and embodied experience. To present my argument, I begin by considering a number ...
  • Experiential learning: A narrative of a community dance field trip

    Buck, Ralph; Barbour, Karen (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, UoW, Hamilton, New Zealand, 2015)
    In this paper, we offer a co-constructed narrative of experiential learning in the context of a community dance trip undertaken by tertiary students. We describe the unfolding experiences of a weekend field trip and reflect ...
  • Experiential learning: A narrative of a community dance field trip.

    Buck, Ralph; Barbour, Karen (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2007)
    In this paper we offer a co-constructed narrative of experiential learning in the context of a community dance trip undertaken by tertiary students. We describe the unfolding experiences of a weekend field trip and reflect ...
  • Moral Considerations in Embodied Curriculum: A Review Essay

    Barbour, Karen (Arizona State University, 2016)
    This book is a treasure – a collection of significant and insightful works by an outstanding scholar in our international community of practitioner-researchers in dance and arts education. Recognized with both the American ...
  • Place-responsive choreography and activism

    Barbour, Karen (Sense Publishers, 2016)
    Sensory encounters with place, site and landscape have the potential to stimulate new and deeply felt engagements with local places, and to prompt discussion about the relationships between place, culture and identity. ...