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Sunday, January 31 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
If you Prick Us, Shall We Not Bleed? Ideologically Challenging Entertainment and the Arab-Israeli Conflict

Ideologically Challenging Entertainment (ICE) is an approach to deradicalization that was first implemented through a theatrical adaptation of The Merchant of Venice titled Two Merchants. Each performance included two versions: a Jewish dominated society with an Arab Muslim minority, contrasted with an Arab Muslim dominated society and a Jewish minority. Audience responses to the show demonstrated that, not only did the production increase tolerance in relation to the Arab-Israeli conflict, but results indicated that using the Arab-Israeli conflict as a case study, may have, in this instance, inspired increased tolerance and reduced prejudice towards other victimized groups as well.


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Dana Chalmers

Dr Dana Lori Chalmers focuses her research interests on the relationship between ideological radicalization and violent conflict. She recently developed an approach to creating Ideologically Challenging Entertainment (ICE) – entertainment that challenges the ideologies that support violent conflict through the use of parallel, entertaining narratives. She has also conducted and presented research on the influence of theatre and... Read More →


Sunday January 31, 2016 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Room B