Act Two: "Ghosts in the Classroom: Memory and Pedagogy"

KEITH: Paul will "raise" some of the ghosts that haunt his teaching, especially his own teachers who have shaped his pedagogy.

PAUL: The classroom, like the theatre, is always an already haunted space, where the past returns without necessarily being summoned. Theatres are haunted by past performances and past productions, which accumulate in the collective experience of audiences; in our classrooms, our own memories rewind and replay the dramas of past classes and interactions with people who are no longer in the present tense of our lives.