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Politics of study

Author: Judy Chicago; Sidsel Meineche Hansen; Tom Vandeputte
Publisher: London : Occasional Table/Open Editions ; Odense, Denmark : Funen Art Academy, 2015. ©2015
Series: Occasional table.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Universities and art schools alike have been subjected to the pressure of recent austerity politics and the ongoing attempt to transform higher education according to the demands of reigning neoliberals. In this context, it is urgent to conceive of alternative frameworks and methodologies of study--whether within, outside or at the margins of academic institutions.0This book examines the current interest in  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Judy Chicago; Sidsel Meineche Hansen; Tom Vandeputte
ISBN: 094900412X 9780949004123
OCLC Number: 925397499
Description: 125 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Sidsel Meineche Hansen & Tom Vandeputte --
Boundaries of knowledge / Brian Holmes --
Towards institutions of the common / Gerald Raunig --
Anything but a safe space / Ruth Sonderegger --
Art education and the predicament of professionalised criticality / Suhail Malik --
The personal and political revisited / Andrea Fraser --
Feminist art education: made in California / Judy Chicago --
The workers and punks university / Gal Kirn --
From I to we / Melissa Gordon & Marina Vishmidt --
Beyond the MOOC / The New Centre for Research & Practice.
Series Title: Occasional table.
Responsibility: Sidsel Meineche Hansen & Tom Vandeputte (Eds.).

Abstract:

Universities and art schools alike have been subjected to the pressure of recent austerity politics and the ongoing attempt to transform higher education according to the demands of reigning neoliberals. In this context, it is urgent to conceive of alternative frameworks and methodologies of study--whether within, outside or at the margins of academic institutions.0This book examines the current interest in education through a series of conversations with artists, theorists, activists and educators--including Suhail Malik, Brian Holmes, Ruth Sonderegger, Gerald Raunig, Judy Chicago, Gal Kirn, Mohammad Salemy, Melissa Gordon, Marina Vishmidt and Andrea Fraser--who are all actively involved in developing new models of study. Ranging from self-organized learning to critical teaching methodologies, the alternatives gathered here offer a resource for those interested in the renewed politicization of education, new modes of knowledge production and teaching methodologies.

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