Dr. Mindy Carter’s new book “The Teacher Monologues – Exploring the Identities and Experiences of Artist-Teachers” was recently launched by Sense Publishers.
In this book, “Mindy Carter shares her compelling study of theatre specialists using a/r/tography as a way to examine the sometimes conflicting and sometimes complementary identities of artist and pedagogue engaged in inquiry. She does this brilliantly through theatrical monologues––bringing theory to life and life to theory. This is a must read for all theatre specialists interested in education! ––Rita Irwin, Professor & Associate Dean of Teacher Education, The University of British Columbia.”
Dr. Mindy Carter is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education. She currently researches curriculum studies, aboriginal education and drama and theatre education, focusing on a/r/tography, teacher identity, teacher education, and arts based educational research.