New practices, new methods, new voices

Hannah Grainger Clemson & Burcu Yaman Ntelioglou

In July 2012, there were not enough chairs to seat the number of delegates wanting to attend the first day of the ‘Publishing’ Special Interest Group at the International Drama in Education Research Institute (IDIERI) Conference in Limerick, Ireland. Over four days, researchers ranging from Ph.D. students to some of the most well-known published names in the field shared experiences, advice, concerns and visions for the future. One question at the heart of the matter was indeed not new: how can we ensure greater dissemination of our work, thereby giving voice to the communities we are researching with and within?

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