On an Impossibility of Establishing Dissent: fragments for a small dictionary of theater pedagogy verbs – Inspired by the archival treatment of Michel Foucault, this article stems from the investigation that mapped articles on theater pedagogy in 10 scientific journals in the field of Arts and Performing Arts. A set of 21 regular verbs was observed in this empirical archive, leading to the conducts involved therein. A sort of theater pedagogy dictionary was then organized, leveraging the serial presentation of excerpts from these articles containing these verbs. Such textual weaving reveals the machinery of veridiction pertaining to the field of theater pedagogy, evidencing a tendency towards the impossibility of establishing dissent.
Theater Pedagogy; Archive; Michel Foucault; Art; Education