Using North African children’s play culture for pedagogical and sociocultural applications

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Abstract

Saharan and North African Toy and Play Cultures: Children’s dolls and doll play, I described my 1rst experiences in using North African and Saharan play cultures in a chapter called ‘Intercultural and peace education in a Western context’. Since then I have organized orco-organized other activities in this context such as seminars, workshops for children and/or adults, conferences and exhibitions. In this article I will offer the reader an overview of some workshops for children and/or adults and a few exhibitions I made in Argentina, Belgium, Greece, Italy and Morocco. This is not a scientific analysis of these activities but a demonstration of the practical possibilities of this children’s cultural heritage in and outside the school system
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)19-22
JournalPlay and Folklore
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2016
Externally publishedYes

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