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Let's Mobilize: What is Feminist Pedagogy? Workbook

Textbook
Authors Eva Weinmayr
Mary Coble
Andreas Engman
Rose Borthwick
Kanchan Burathoki
Publisher Valand Academy, University of Gothenburg co-published with AND Publishing, London
Place of publication Gothenburg/London
Publication year 2016
Published at Valand Academy
Language en
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https://gup.ub.gu.se/file/206696
Keywords feminist pedagogy, queer pedagogy, feminism, gender studies, institutional activism, contextual publishing, educational turn in curating, justice, non-eurocentric knowledge, mobilization, critical pedagogy
Subject categories Arts, Pedagogy, Public Administration Studies, Law and Society, Gender Studies, Media Studies

Abstract

This workbook has been published as a resource for "Let’s Mobilize: What is Feminist Pedagogy?", a three day investigation of queer and feminist pedagogies at Valand Academy Gothenburg 12—14 October 2016. It includes excerpts of texts the Feminist Pedagogy Working Group at Valand Academy have been reading over time as well as contributions by instigators and participants of the mobilization, staff and students at Valand and other forms of utterings. It is a tool to facilitate critical reflection in the student and staff body at Valand Art Academy and beyond. On Friday 16 September 2016 a public assembly day took place in the entrance hall of Valand Academy, where everybody was invited to collate their own copy of the workbook. With contributions by Rudy Loewe, Jenny Tunedal, Johanna Gustavsson and Zafire Vrba, Annette Krauss, Charlotte Cooper, Bedfellows, Sarah Kember and Eva Weinmayr, Red Ladder Theatre, Andrea Phillips, Sara Ahmed, Alison Bechdel, Kajsa Eriksson, Kajsa Widegren, Dean Spade, Sophie Vögele (art.school.differences), Eve Tuck and K.Wayne Yang, Rosalie Schweiker, See Red Womens Workshop, Isabell Lorey, Lisa Godon, Martin McCabe, Mick Wilson, Hajar Alsaidan.

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