Research Publications for Claire M Coleman

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  • Coleman, C. (2017). Precarious repurposing: learning languages through the Seal Wife. NJ, 41(1), 30-43. doi:10.1080/14452294.2017.1329681

  • Coleman, C. (2017). Hitchin our wagons: Drama Teachers/Drama Researchers. In Drama NZ National Conference. Toitū Otago Settlers Museum, Dunedin, New Zealand.

  • Coleman, C. (2016). Applied theatre: development. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 21(2), 269-270. doi:10.1080/13569783.2016.1159125

  • Coleman, C. (2016). Roleing in the river. In Drama New Zealand Conference Journal Vol. 42 (pp. 40-45). Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Coleman, C. (2015). Desperately Seeking Outcomes: Critical Reflections on Problematic Uses of Drama for Learning,. In SDEA Theatre Arts Conference 2015. Conference held at the Singapore Drama Educators Association, Singapore.

  • Coleman, C. (2015). Moments of hope in mantle of the expert: Challenging the objective, objectives. In International Applied Theatre Symposium: Performance of Hope. University of Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Searle, J., & Coleman, C. (2015). ToiOra:Research Report 2015 Could a Collective Impact Framework help improve the mental health and wellbeing outcomes for young people?. Auckland, New Zealand: Toi Ora Live Art Trust. Retrieved from

  • Coleman, C. (2015). All at sea:The repurposing of the seal wife. In 8th International Drama In Education Research Institute. Conference held at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

  • Coleman, C. (2014). That here were more things we were capable of doing rather than how we are now and I think that we can go further and yeah?”: Reflecting on the use of role to engage students. In PESA Conference 2014 (pp. 2-16). Conference held at the Kingsgate Hotel, Te Rapa, Hamilton, New Zealand: Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia.

  • Coleman, C. (2014). Get into the groove: My doctoral dance. In J. Rath, & C. Mutch (Eds.), Emerging Critical Scholarship in Education: Navigating the Doctoral Journey (pp. 58-69). Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Retrieved from

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