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Sinner, Anita (series ed.)/Irwin, Rita L. (series ed.)/Sinner, Anita (series ed.)/Irwin, Rita L. (series ed.)
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Provoking the Field (häftad)

Provoking the Field

International Perspectives on Visual Arts PhDs in Education

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Provoking the Field invites debate on, and provides an essential resource for, transnational arts-based scholars engaged in critical analyses of international visual arts education and its enquiry in doctoral research. Divided into three parts - doctoral processes, doctoral practices and doctoral programmes - the volume interrogates education in both formal and informal learning environments, ranging from schools to post-secondary institutions to community and adult education. This book brings together a global range of authors to examine visual arts PhDs using diverse theoretical perspectives; innovative arts and hybrid methodologies; institutional relationships and scholarly practices; and voices from the field in the form of site-specific cases. A compendium of leading voices in arts education, Provoking the Field provides a diverse range of perspectives on arts enquiry, and a comprehensive study of the state of visual arts PhDs in education.
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'[Provoking the Field] is comprised of a series of case studies that illustrate the wide variety and richness of arts-based research undertaken as part of international doctoral programmes in education. One strength of this publication is the impressive range of nationalities that are included in the book; examples of doctoral programmes are represented from all parts of the globe. It is clear that attempts have been made to avoid an ethnocentric perspective on the subject. This book will be important to those doctorate students who intend using visual arts methods to explore educational research questions. [...] New Ph.D. supervisors would also find Provoking the Field: International Perspectives on Visual Arts PhDs in Education a valuable asset when developing their own supervisory practice.' -- Samantha Broadhead, Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education

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Anita Sinner is Associate Professor in the Department of Art Education at Concordia University. Previously co-editor of the International Journal of Education Through Art, Sinner is also author of Unfolding the Unexpectedness of Uncertainty: Creative Nonfiction and the Lives of Becoming Teachers (2013), and co-author of several titles, including A Heart of Wisdom: Life Writing as Emphatic Inquiry (2012), and Creating Together: Participatory, Community-Based and Collaborative Arts Practices and Scholarship across Canada (2015). Rita L. Irwin is a distinguished university scholar and professor of art education in the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. She was also principal editor for the International Journal of Education Through Art, and is the recipient of several esteemed awards, including Canadian Teacher of the Year, Elliot Eisner Lifetime Achievement Award and Ted T. Aoki Award for Distinguished Service. Irwin has co-edited well-known titles, such as Revisions: Readings in Canadian Art Teacher Education and Being with A/r/tography Jeff Adams is professor of education at the University of Chester, and the principal editor of the International Journal of Art & Design Education, as well as programme leader of RECAP, a centre for research into creativity.


Introduction Part 1: Provoking Doctoral Processes Chapter 1: The Knowledge Creation Spectrum Michael Biggs Chapter 2" Interpolation and Relationality: Extending the Field through Creative Arts and Indigenous Research Approaches Estelle Barrett Chapter 3: Transformative Interventions: Creative Practices in an Education Doctorate Programme Jeff Adams and Emma Arya-Manesh Chapter 4: Art-Based Action Research: Participatory Art Education Research for the North Timo Jokela, Maria Huhmarniemi and Mirja Hiltunen Chapter 5: Researching the Unknown through Arts-Based Research to Promote Pedagogical Imagination Fernando Hernandez-Hernandez Chapter 6: Taking Shape: Visual Appearance and Theory Brooke Hofsess, Karina Riddett and Richard Siegesmund Part 2: Provoking Doctoral Practices Chapter 7: When is a Red Shoe not a Red Shoe? Conceptual Framing and the Consequences for the 'Object' in Virtual Research Barbara Bolt Chapter 8: How Can Artistic Research (Still) Be Disruptive? Natalia Calderon Chapter 9: Artmaking as Entanglement: Conceptualising Agency through a Diffractive Methodology Ramya Ravisankar Chapter 10: A/R/Tographic Rhythm: Opening Conversations of Resistance and Accommodation as Scholarly Provocation Anita Sinner, Veronica Sahagun Sanchez, Jennifer Wicks and Darlene St. Georges Chapter 11: To Reach the Unreached: Rhythms of Issues, Reflections, Writings and Art Practices Jo Chiung Hua Chen Chapter 12: Artistic Event as Pedagogy Belidson Dias and Tatiana Fernandez Chapter 13: Parsing Creative Influence through Comparative Visual Research Methods Justin B. Makemson Chapter 14: Artworks in Residence: Semiosis, Transmediation and ZPD Julie Wren, Susan Wright and Marnee Watkins Chapter 15: Connections, Disruptions and Reconfigurations: The Implications of Aesthetic Experience for Doctoral Research in the Visual Arts Boyd White and April Mandrona Part 3: Provoking Doctoral Programmes Chapter 16: Navigating Ethics Protocols for Artistic Research: Strategies for Graduate Student Researchers Lorrie Blair Chapter 17: Examining the Case for Artful Participatory Inquiry in the Visual Art Education Doctorate Kathryn Grushka and Allyson Holbrook Chapter 8: Some Iberian Perspectives about Arts-Based and Artistic Research in Arts Education Teresa Torres de Eca and Angela Saldanha Chapter 19: Finnish Arts-Based and Artistic Dissertations in Context: Explorations, Interventions and Glocal Interpretations Mira Kallio-Tavin and Kevin Tavin Chapter 20: Barrier or Catalyst: Cross-Cultural and Language Issues for Doctoral Researchers in Japan Toshio Naoe Chapter 21: A Research Profile of Visual Arts Theses in Education in Turkey Suzan Duygu Bedir Eristi Chapter 22: Qualities of Artmaking in Arts-based Educational Research Dissertations Alison Shields and Rita L. Irwin Notes on Contributors Index