Drama pedagogy has been undergoing considerable changes over the last few years. The diversification of dramatic texts and performative practices both analogue and digital impacts on foreign language education and requires new forms of literacies for teachers and learners. This volume brings together papers that theorize and investigate current teaching perspectives at the nexus of drama-oriented and performative teaching and foreign language education.
Christiane Lütge holds the Chair of Teaching English as a Foreign Language at the University of Munich. Her research interests include digital literacy and literary learning as well as inter- and transcultural learning and global citizenship education in EFL.
Max von Blanckenburg is postdoctoral researcher at the Chair of Teaching English as a Foreign Language at the University of Munich. His research centres on the role and potential of rhetoric in foreign language education, on literary and performative teaching as well as on digital literacies.