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Provocations

Provocations

Complicated Conversation
Sylvia Ashton-Warner and Excitability in Education
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Contents: Selma Wassermann: Preface: Dearest, Something Good Will Come of This... - Cathryn McConaghy/Judith P. Robertson: Sylvia Ashton-Warner: Reading Provocatively from Subject to Theory - Alison Jones: Sex, Fear, and Pedagogy: Sylvia Ashton-Warner's Infant Room - Sue Middleton: «I My Own Professor»: Ashton-Warner as New Zealand Educational Theorist 1949-60 - Cathryn McConaghy: Teaching's Intimacies - Tess Moeke-Maxwell (Ngati Pukeko/Ngai Tai-Umupuia): InSide/OutSide Cultural Hybridity: Greenstone as Narrative Provocateur - Judit Giblin James/Nancy S. Thompson: Imagination on the Edge of Eruption: Sylvia Ashton-Warner's Volcanic Creativity - Anne-Louise Brookes: Who Is Sylvia?: (Re)reading, Con/structing, & (Re)constructing Textual Truth & Violence - Kathleen Connor/Linda Radford with Judith P. Robertson: Reading in(to) Sylvia: Interviews on Ashton-Warner's Influence - Judith P. Robertson: Recovering Education as Provocation: Keeping Countenance with Sylvia Ashton-Warner.
No twentieth-century woman/teacher has provoked as much interest and perplexity as Sylvia Ashton-Warner (1908-1984). Her life reveals the fascinating dilemmas of classroom erotics, the dangers of intimacy in teaching and learning, the difficult and ambiguous nature of post-heterosexual attachments in women's biographies, and the powerful fantasy that the objects of teaching lives are other than our own teaching selves. Provocations: Sylvia Ashton-Warner and Excitability in Education provides a groundbreaking and timely feminist re-visioning of Ashton-Warner. This book speaks not only to her enigmatic survivals, but also to education's own submission to excitability and provocation.

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    Ashton-Warner, Sylvia; Aufsatzsammlung; Bildungsarbeit; Education; Feminism; Learning; Psychoanalysis

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Autor: Judith P. Robertson
ISBN-13: 9780820478777
ISBN: 0820478776
Einband: Taschenbuch
Seiten: 214
Gewicht: 320 g
Format: 228x153x15 mm
Sprache: Englisch
Editiert von: Judith P. Robertson, Cathryn McConaghy
The Editors: Judith P. Robertson is Professor of Education at the University of Ottawa. Her published work extends and deepens the methods of analysis brought to literary pedagogy. She received her Ph.D. in education from the University of Toronto (OISE). Along with questions of ethical practice, Robertson utilizes psychoanalytic theory to address culture, its symbolic expression in literature, and the response of readers to their experience and their rediscovery of it in texts. Her work on children's literature, literatures of historical trauma, and screenplay pedagogy appears in leading international journals in the fields of education, cultural studies, and literary pedagogy. Cathryn McConaghy is Associate Professor of Education at the University of New England, Australia. She received her Ph.D. in Indigenous education from The University of Queensland. Her research in the social psychoanalytics of education in difficult contexts has appeared in leading international journals. Her previous book, Rethinking Indigenous Education (2000), presents a groundbreaking postcolonial/feminist reading of the legitimating conditions of colonial education.

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Autor: Judith P. Robertson
ISBN-13:: 9780820478777
ISBN: 0820478776
Erscheinungsjahr: 27.02.2006
Verlag: Lang, Peter
Gewicht: 320g
Seiten: 214
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 228x153x15 mm