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English
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ENGLISH 3DD3
Professor
Graham
Semester
Fall

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3F03_WEEK10 03/09/2010 MARCH 9, 2010 TUESDAY LECTURE Multiple cultures and problem of consensus. Key quotes from Johnson’s article about networking and consensus. How might this help us think regarding some of the problems we talked about during the beginning of the term? Disability Culture Briefly, disability culture is not a monolithic term, which essentializes one world view or experience of disability, but a term which both presumes a sense of shared and open-ended identity rooted in disability experience and which “rejects the notion of impairment difference as a symbol of shame, and stress instead solidarity and a positive identification” (Barnes and Mercer 102). In looking at these disability networks is interesting to look at disability culture in Canada Intercultural(ism). “Intercultural theatre remains a robust concept to interpret the mixing of influences from distinct traditions or cultural practices, but it also opens discussion to the many meanings of culture, its tensions and histories.” Suggesting that one of things that goes on: Mixing of traditions and cultural practices Open discussion to many meanings of culture How can people come together when their influences are different? It’s a good think to have this situation because it opens discussion of multiple meanings of cultures. Solidarity VS consensus Creating institutions that represent common goals depends on a difficult process of intercultural dialogue between different disability communities and members. As I hope to demonstrate, this process of finding solidarity has not meant consensus (Peter 589). Assumption is built into solidarity, where you would be able to speak publically about the cause. Kind of like the “Ally” group. Notion of support in solidarity. What are the implications of saying solidarity has not meant consensus. Consensus can weaken solidarity? How can it be? Network and Events Who is excluded and included. (QUOTE) Strategy and it is around networking. Momentum around building a festival. We’re starting out with an event that has built momentum, and how do we continue in another form? Networking and experience Mixture of people was meant to build new connections and consolidate emerging relationship while also testing the waters for the value of a network. Building possible ongoing relationships, where experienced voices can gather to share strategies. Best practice: what is the most effective practice in dealing with something? (Online forums for communication? Magazine publications, festivals, ETC) Networks and Difference Process does not occur without some friction. Example of a “Deaf” culture Deafness defined as a culture that perceives the world differently and has different cultural values, even about the relevance, responsibilities and purpose of culture. The realization of a network also means recognizing the differences embedded within it. Examples: Deafness. Network implies regular communication. Development of a network that will allow to support the presentation of the widest amount of representations? What practices would we need to have the network function? Without trying to come to some consensus about what Canadian theatre should be. Best practices (Class discussion) Self-identification of group, must be unique in some way Magazines – Regular communication through Publication Contribute what would be useful to some groups Online discussion forms Art Gallery for exchan
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