The authors argue that science has lost its way in recent years and needs to go beyond a narrow and fragmented view of nature and embrace a wider holistic view that restores the importance of creativity and communication for all humanity.
Looks at why therapy can go on for too long or can come to a destructively premature ending. Offers advice on how to avoid either with a timely conclusion. It includes vivid examples and practical guidelines.
Performing Chekhov is a unique guide to Chekhov's plays in performance. It will be indispensable to students, teachers and theatre practitioners interested not only in Chekhov but in the history of the modern stage.
Based on research and partnership with schools, this book examines and explains the role of Religious Education in the curriculum and the role of spirituality in children's lives. It explains the role of RE in the curriculum and illustrates better teaching practice with practical examples.
The author considers music playing traditions which have developed physical mastery to serve expressive ends. He asks how well performance proper has stood up and where its unique value lies. Aimed at students of aesthetics, the philosophy of music, musicologists and performance specialists.