How far do adults truly understand youth? We conceive the world not through a linear recomposition of the geometric vectors of our experience, but by the overlapping of the folds of sense-presentation emerging alongside pastness 215 3. It offers representations of disability that illustrate the limits of depending on medical ideas of the 'disabled' body. Cultural Pedagogies and Human Conduct opens up debate across disciplines, theoretical perspectives and empirical foci to explore both what is pedagogical about culture and what is cultural about pedagogy. Utilising interdisciplinary methods, the contributing authors deliver a broad range of analyses of young people differentiated by gender, class, race, and geography across an array of contexts, including within the home, in media representations, through government bureaucracies, and in everyday life. I think through the agency of matter and consider the temporality of matter as part of its agency, understanding these agents as constitutive features of the research assemblage. I develop theoretical resources for moving the field forward. Door verder gebruik te maken van deze website ga je hiermee akkoord.
Such outcomes are already being achieved with a very high level of success through Interfaith Childhoods, proving that a preventative approach to resolving social conflict needs to begin with community engagement. This paper reports on the early stages of a trans national art project that is designed to intervene in Islamophobic cultural imaginaries through socially engaged art as a vehicle for relationship building and social cohesion. Anna teaches and supervises in the areas of disability, youth culture, masculinity, arts practice as method and the cultural politics of schooling and aesthetics. These essays question the popular idea that children are innocent adults-in-the-making. This article examines material economies of carbon fibre as a prosthetic form of masculinity. Sociologists do not need to silence laughter in order to understand the social conditions that make certain things—phrases, images, anecdotes, gestures—funny at some times and not others, for some people and not others, and in certain places and not others.
Youth, Arts and Education offers a groundbreaking theory of arts education. Het is echter in een enkel geval mogelijk dat door omstandigheden de bezorging vertraagd is. It provides a broad range of case studies and the latest theoretical perspectives, while covering a variety of topics, theories and issues from around the world. No social pressure can force this feeling into being. But critique does not mean showing that people who laugh at the wrong things are bad people. This paper examines the research design for an arts-based interfaith research project that is int.
Affective pedagogy is a framework for thinking through the pedagogical shift in perception effected by the aesthetics of an artwork. I consider integrated dance practice through this framework as a valuable political and public intervention. As a whole, this book critically interrogates the pervasive interest in the teleology of upward growth of the child. Affective pedagogy is a framework for thinking through the pedagogical shift in perception effected by the aesthetics of an artwork. In doing so, the collection teases out the ethical and methodological implications of poststructuralist approaches to gender in a range of disciplines, including cultural geography, art criticism, sociology, and disability studies. We argue for the disruptive and generative potential of what we call diffractive pedagogy as an example of the type of learning that can take place when materiality and entanglement are considered as vital constituents.
This affective pedagogy of dance shows us the value of dance as a form of public pedagogy as well as a classroom pedagogy. Bridging divides between critical pedagogical theory, youth studies and arts education scholarship, this book: - Explains the cultural significance of the kinds of learning that occur in and through arts - Advances a theory of aesthetic citizenship created by youth arts - Demonstrates ways in which arts practices are forms popular and public pedagogy - Critiques popular ideas that art can be used to fix problems in the lives of youth at risk Youth, Arts and Education is the first post-critical theory of arts education. I argue that integrated dance theatre performances create a concept of an open body, an assemblage of affects that is more than the sum of its parts, in which bodies work together as one small aspect of a larger whole in creating affects read by audiences. . Bridging divides between critical pedagogical theory, youth studies and arts education scholarship, this book: Explains the cultural significance of the kinds of learning that occur in and through arts Advances a theory of aesthetic citizenship created by youth arts Demonstrates ways in which arts practices are forms popular and public pedagogy Critiques popular ideas that art can be used to fix problems in the lives of youth at risk Youth, Arts and Education is the first post-critical theory of arts education. Laughter delivers truths through the body.
Tradition, innovation, Fusion: Local Articulations of Global Scapes of Girl Dance 4. I critically engage with arts practice as a concept and highlight the views of community and children in the process of art production. This emphasis, indeed this atmosphere, and the financial investment it requires, has not reduced the quantity or severity of terrorist threats. Affective pedagogy is a framework for thinking through the pedagogical shift in perception effected by the aesthetics of an artwork. We asked them about their education and their educational futures, specifically how they imagined universities and university participation.
Her books include 'Imagining University Education: Making Educational Futures' Routledge, 2016 , 'Youth, Arts and Education' Routledge, 2013 , 'Unimaginable Bodies' Sense Publishers, 2009 and 'Masculinity Beyond the Metropolis' Palgrave, 2006. Each contribution synthesizes creative approaches to philosophy and new materialist understanding of practice to show how human-nonhuman interaction at the core of Arts practice is a critical post human pedagogy. She is also known for her methodological expertise with arts practice, or practice research, which has links to contemporary debates on methodological invention. Specifically, this timely volume uses the four central concepts of youth, technology, governance and experience to examine a range of relationships that exist between adults and youth including those within homes and educational institutions, government bureaucracies, online, via media representations and new technologies; and elsewhere in everyday life. Anna Hickey-Moody explores how the arts are ways of belonging, resisting, being governed and being heard.
Affectus is a margin of change and the capacity to change; to be affected. She is the author of Unimaginable Bodies: intellectual disability, performance and becomings Sense 2009 , co-author of Masculinity Beyond the Metropolis Palgrave 2006 , co-editor of Disability Matters: pedagogy, media and affect Routledge 2011 , and Deleuzian Encounters: studies in contemporary social issues Palgrave 2007. Readers can expect analyses of young people differentiated by gender, class, race, and geography across a range of sites, with attention also given to dominant ideas about and expectations of youth and their varied effects. Through examples from the United Kingdom and Australia, Anna Hickey-Moody shows the cultural significance of the kinds of learning that occur How are the arts important in young people's lives? Taking into account the multiple processes of material-discursive production, translation, transformation, and diffraction that constitute socially engaged arts practice, this paper considers the material-discursive space of socially engaged arts practice as a way of re-assembling and re-making multicultural urban spaces currently fractured by differences in belief. We offer suggestions for how barriers to university created by poor relationships with teachers may be overcome.
Little Publics: Performance as the Articulation of Youth Voice 2. How are the arts important in young people's lives? They are intra-active, diffractive methods through which we can craft new ways of being. Youth, Arts and Education offers a groundbreaking theory of arts education. This issue of Angelaki aspires towards ways of doing philosophy, geography and gender studies that stray from the analytical comforts of philosophical reasoning, and from the sociological certainties that dominate the study of masculinity. With that in mind, these contributions were chosen because they apply this ethic to education to think again about what constitutes a problem. Socially engaged arts practices make new forms of sociability.
Anna Hickey-Moody explores how the arts are ways of belonging, resisting, being governed and being heard. Such a bringing together of nature and culture, of different races and beliefs in urban environments, is urgently needed. What ensembles of people, things and practices are brought together in specific institutional and everyday settings to accomplish these processes?. In particular, it brings a sexed and gendered body to extant Deleuze-Guattarian scholarship, while prompting a thirst for creativity and ambivalence to masculinity research. Indeed, laughter challenges conventional distinctions between the true and the false: we do not, after all, need to believe something to find it comical. It demonstrates how embodied, located acts of making can materially disrupt cultural hegemony and suggest different ways the world might materialize.