Intercultural teaching and learning in dance and visual arts: Co-creating an artistic-educational space among South African children and artist-educators from Cape Town and Copenhagen

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Intercultural teaching and learning in dance and visual arts : Co-creating an artistic-educational space among South African children and artist-educators from Cape Town and Copenhagen. / Svendler Nielsen, Charlotte; Samuel, Gerard M.

I: The International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, Bind 10, Nr. 1, 2019, s. 98-117.

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Svendler Nielsen, C & Samuel, GM 2019, 'Intercultural teaching and learning in dance and visual arts: Co-creating an artistic-educational space among South African children and artist-educators from Cape Town and Copenhagen', The International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, bind 10, nr. 1, s. 98-117.

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Svendler Nielsen, C., & Samuel, G. M. (2019). Intercultural teaching and learning in dance and visual arts: Co-creating an artistic-educational space among South African children and artist-educators from Cape Town and Copenhagen. The International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, 10(1), 98-117.

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Svendler Nielsen C, Samuel GM. Intercultural teaching and learning in dance and visual arts: Co-creating an artistic-educational space among South African children and artist-educators from Cape Town and Copenhagen. The International Journal of Critical Pedagogy. 2019;10(1):98-117.

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Svendler Nielsen, Charlotte ; Samuel, Gerard M. / Intercultural teaching and learning in dance and visual arts : Co-creating an artistic-educational space among South African children and artist-educators from Cape Town and Copenhagen. I: The International Journal of Critical Pedagogy. 2019 ; Bind 10, Nr. 1. s. 98-117.

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