Tag: Jill Carter

Issue 13.2: Back to School

What’s in this issue? Sherry Bie and Jill Carter draw on Indigenous practices in their musing on the act of “midwifing” stories through the re-worlding process of recover, mourning, dreaming, commitment, and action. Makram (Matt) Ayache and Franco Saccucci reflect on… Read More

Volume 12: Who Made It Happen?

“I continue to believe in the importance of this journal… projects like alt.theatre persist as indispensable sites for centering—and celebrating—people, communities, experiences, and stories that have been for so long relegated to the margins.” – Editor-in-Chief, Nikki Shaffeeullah… Read More

Issue 12.3: Community Arts and (De)Colonization: Part One

“The unanswered questions, ongoing conversations, evolving relationships, and other conflicts that inspired and were inspired by Train of Thought all resonate with urgency, and are all deeply relevant to alt.theatre’s focus on the intersections of politics, cultural diversity,… Read More

Issue 6.4: Are We There Yet? 2009

Volume 6, Issue 4: June 2009 Articles in this issue include: Jill Carter in conversation with Spiderwoman Theatre’s founding Elders, Sonja Linden on her journey as a co-authour of Welcome to Ramallah, Clarrisa Hurley reviews Onelight Theatre’s Prismatic conference… Read More

Issue 4.4: Academia and Cultural Diversity 2006

Volume 4, Issue 4: November 2006 “This issue’s contributors are all involved with Canadian universities in capacities ranging from graduate students to teachers. Their research and creative activity call attention to the state of the relationship between academia… Read More

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