Psychologie et Education / Authorial Acting, its Theory and Psychosomatics (Co-tutelle) Dialogical Acting As a Way Of Living: Finding Authenticity Within Social Roles
|Directeur /trice||Prof. Tania Zittoun|
|Co-directeur(s) /trice(s)||Dr. Eva Slavikova|
|Résumé de la thèse||
This PhD. research questions the Dialogical Acting With the Inner Partner, particularly in that regard in which this discipline, the main pillar of Authorship studies at DAMU, Prague, should contribute to one’s ability to act authentically. The project rises from the institutional soil of the field of Performing Arts, I am however not interested in authenticity as critique’s category for on-stage acting. It is its broader sense that I seek: one’s adequate and sincere acting in social roles within life trajectories. Wishing to bring a study of human inner dialogicality through both practical (performing arts and psycho-physical disciplines) and theoretical (psychology, education) research, I enjoy the supervising support at the Institut de psychologie et éducation at the University of Neuchâtel.
The original things I wish to bring along are 1) a survey on the notion of authenticity in between theatre and real life social roles, 2) a commonly acceptable and understandable language of the dialogue between authorship studies and socio-cultural psychology, and possibly 3) a theory in the field of human development and education, based on the experience with the Dialogical Acting practice (as a way of social roles authentic acting fitness).
|Délai administratif de soutenance de thèse||2021|