Department of Applied Human Sciences
My interests are in the facilitation and development
of transformative drama processes through a performative writing
and research methodology. I am also interested in the exploration
of drama as an anti-racist pedagogy and how embodied and reflective
experiences of improvisation in teaching are developed.
Linds, Warren, Kadi Purru and Lynn Fels. (in press).
Performing impossibility: Decolonizing representation in arts-informed
dissertations. In J. Gary Knowles, Ardra L. Cole, Lorri Neilsen
and Sara Promislow (Eds.), Creating Scholartistry: Imagining the
Arts-informed Thesis or Dissertation. Toronto: Centre for Arts-informed
Linds, Warren. (2005). Metaxis: Dancing (in) the in-between.
In Jan Cohen-Cruz and Mady Schutzman (Eds.), A Boal Companion.
Linds, Warren, Kadi Purru and Alejandra Medellin. (August,
2002). Resonating Testimonies From/in the Space of Death. InterStanding/Performing
Buenaventura`s La Maestra in Vancouver, Canada. In Richard C. Smith
(Ed.), Sounds and gestures of recollection:
Art and the performance of memory. New York: Routledge.
Hocking, Brent, Johnna Haskell and Warren Linds. (Eds.).
(March, 2001). Unfolding Bodymind: Exploring Possibility Through Education.
Burlington, Vermont: Foundation for Educational Renewal.