Provocations

Sylvia Ashton-Warner and Excitability in Education
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ISBN-13:
9780820478777
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
27.02.2006
Seiten:
214
Autor:
Judith P. Robertson
Gewicht:
320 g
Format:
228x153x15 mm
Serie:
Complicated Conversation
Sprache:
Englisch
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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.