Palgrave Studies in Movement across Education, the Arts and the Social Sciences
This series is a new and innovative proposition in the nascent and growing space of movement studies. Emerging and established scholars who are beginning to work within the contemporary practices and methods of movement, seek resources such as this series seeks to provide. Education is very much tied up within an awareness of space and place, for example, a school can begin to take on an identity of its own, with as much learning taking place within its corridors and playgrounds as occurs in the classrooms. As learners interact with these environments through movement it is essential for researchers to understand how these experiences can be understood, allowing for a very interdisciplinary approach. This series specifically explores a range of movement approaches, including but not limited to walking research, a relatively new and exciting field, along with several other paradigmic lenses. The series will be commissioning in the Palgrave Pivot format.