- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2018
- Springer International Publishing AG
- Knight, Linda (ed.), Cutcher, Alexandra (ed.)
- 52 Illustrations, color; 11 Illustrations, black and white; XXXII, 250 p. 63 illus., 52 illus. in co
- 234 x 156 x 18 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 577 g
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Drawing from an international authorship and having global appeal, this book scrutinizes, suggests and aggravates the relationships, boundaries and connections between arts, research and education in various contexts. Building upon existing publications in the field of arts-based educational research, it deliberately connects and disconnects the terms in order to expose and broaden the scope of this field thereby encouraging fresh perspectives. This book portrays both contemporary theoretical prospects as well as contemporary examples of practice. It also presents work of emerging scholars, thereby 'growing the field'. The book includes academic text-based chapters, as well as poetry, narrative fiction, visual essays, and combinations of text-image-sound/video that demonstrate performance of music, theatre, exhibition and dance. This book provides and provokes critical dialogue about the forms, representations, dissemination and intersections of the arts, research and education. This is a focused collection and resource for scholars and students with an international authorship, perspective and audience.
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Series Editor Foreword, Barbara Bickel.- Foreword, Richard Siegesmund.- New connections for Arts, Research, Education: An orientation, Alexandra Lasczik Cutcher & Linda Knight.- Part I. Theories and Speculations, Perceptions and Positions.- Art, Pedagogies and Becoming: The Force of Art and the Individuation of New Worlds, Dennis Atkinson.- Rearticulating arts, research, and education from the disciplinary to the affective in public arts practices, Linda Knight.- Encountering Research as Creative Practice: Participants Giving Voice to the Research, Don MacDougall, Rita L. Irwin, Adrienne Boulton, Natalie LeBlanc & Heidi May.- Spaces of speaking: Liminality and case-based knowledge in arts research and practice, Kim Snepvangers & Jesse Ingrey-Arndell .- Pentimento: An ethnic identity revealed, concealed, revealed, Alexandra Lasczik Cutcher.- Part II. Projects and Ventures, Investigations and Illustrations.- Touchicizing posthuman digital-artistic-assemblages of child/ren/hood(s) exposuring(s) in the making..., Ann Merete Otterstad and Ann-Hege Waterhouse.- Artists and transpedagogy: possibilities for enriching teaching and learning through radical engagement with the arts, Linda Knight & Stewart Riddle.- Posthumanism and Arts-Based Educational Research Exploration in 3D and 4D Digital Fabrication.- Patti Vera Pente.- Collaboration as individual learning event: Collective consciousness and shared practice in the development of pedagogical content knowledge in Visual Arts pre-service teachers, Alexandra Lasczik Cutcher & Linda Knight.- Part III. Cultivating and Elevating, Emergence and Manifestation.- Producing the academic apparatus of early career researcher-musician-educator, Stewart Riddle.- Affective pedagogy, affective research, affect and becoming arts-based-education-research(er), Jacoba Matapo & John Roder.- Mapping the Data Event: A posthumanist approach to art|education|research in a regional university, David Rousell.- Triptych: Flowers in all our storied attics and the artful dissemination of tales, miroslav pavle manovski.- DOING (art) EDUCATION as ART (education), Fredric Gunve