Art, Equality and Learning: Pedagogies Against the State
In this book the notions of real learning and equality are approached as processes of becoming leading to the figuration of new worlds through local curations of learning and practice. Though its main theses are mainly grounded in the context of art practice and education they have a much wider application to other (perhaps all) contexts of learning through the notions of pedagogies against the state and pedagogies of the event. Learning is conceived as a political act rather than, for example, an incremental process of psychological or sociological development.
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CHAPTER 1 PEDAGOGIES AGAINST THE STATE Initial Thoughts about Learning
CHAPTER 2 THEORISING THE SUBJECT
CHAPTER 3 SUBJECTIVITIES AND SCHOOL ART EDUCATION Mourning and Openings
CHAPTER 4 SOME ETHICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL ISSUES Forcing Subjectivization and Desire
CHAPTER 5 TENSIONS IN ART IN EDUCATION
CHAPTER 6 LOOKING AWRY AT ASSESSMENT AND THE ABROGATION OF BECOMING
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