Friday, May 13, 2016

Avant-Garde Pedagogies Conference

Higher Education and Theory (HEAT) Network
The Institute for Modern and Contemporary Culture, and
The Philosophy of Education Research Centre, University of Winchester 

At: University of Westminster, London
309 Regent Street, London , W1B 2HW - View Map
8th and 9th July, 2016

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Schedule (tbc)

1.15pm – Registration (Foyer, 309 Regent Street)
1.30pm – Panel 1 (Room UG04)
–          Michael Kindellan, University of Sheffield, ‘Charles Olson’s pedagogical poetics’
–          Alan Golding, University of Louisville, ‘“Poetic Ambition on the Semester System”: Ezra Pound’s Avant-Gardism and Teaching Institutions’
2.45pm – Break (Room 209)
3.00pm – Panel 2 (Room UG04)
–          Kerstin Stutterheim, Bournemouth University, ‘Die Idee der Methode: Walter Gropius and the Bauhaus pedagogy’
–          Allan Parsons, University of Westminster, ‘You are Here Now: Design is (not) Dasein’
4.15pm – Break (Room 209)
4.30pm – Panel 3 (Room UG04)
–          Emile Bojesen, University of Winchester, tbc
–          Aislinn O’Donnell, Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, ‘How Things Teach Us: Experience and Experimentation in Spinoza’
5.45pm – Drinks reception (Foyer, 309 Regent Street)

10.00am – Registration (Foyer, 309 Regent Street)
10.15am – Panel 4 (Room UG04)
–          Zlatina Nikolova, Royal Holloway, ‘Development of the Self: Women’s education in Bryher’s Early Prose’
–          Maria Teresa Cruz, New University of Libson (NOVA), ‘Avant-garde and Experimentation in the Age of Hyper Industrialization of Culture’
11.30am – Break (Room 209)
11.45am – Panel 5 (Room UG04)
–          Richard Miles, Leeds College of Art, ‘The School of the Damned: Autonomous Art education and the University Struggles’
–          David Blacker, University of Delaware, ‘The formula of inhumanity: moral challenge and neoliberal nihilism’
1.00pm – Lunch
2.00pm – Panel 6 (Room UG04)
–          Hannah Proctor, Birkbeck, University of London, tbc
–          Steven Cranfield, University of Westminster, ‘“Battles for the mind”: military psychiatry and pedagogic innovation in the ‘Cambridge English’ School
3.15pm – Break (Room 209)
3.30pm – Panel 7 (Room UG04)
–          Alys Moody, Macquarie University, ‘Learning with Brecht and Coetzee’
–          Gary Peters, York St John University, ‘The Music Teacher: The Pedagogy(s) of 20th Century Avant-garde Music’
4.45pm – Coffee Break (Room 209)
5.00pm – Panel 8 (Room UG04)
–          Peter Roberts, University of Canterbury, NZ, ‘Doubt, Despair and Education’
–          Closing Remarks
6.15pm – Conference Ends

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