'Universities and art schools alike have been subjected to the pressure of recent austerity politics and the ongoing attempt to transform higher education on the basis of neo-liberal principles. In this context, there is an urgent need to conceive of alternative frameworks and methodologies of study — whether it is within, outside or at the margins of academic institutions. This book examines what is currently at stake in education through a series of conversations with artists, theorists, activists and educators who are all actively involved in developing new models of study. Ranging from self-organised learning to critical teaching methodologies, the conversations gathered here offer a resource for those interested in the renewed politicisation of education and alternative modes of pedagogy and inquiry.' - from the back cover

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Onsite

Location code REF.HSM4
Language

English

Keyword

art educationpolitics

Publication/Creation date

2015

No of pages

126

ISBN / ISSN

9780949004123

No of copies

1

Content type

interview documentation

Chapter headings

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 KIM
Politics of Study
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