Creative Selves / Creative Cultures

Critical Autoethnography, Performance, and Pedagogy

Stacy Holman Jones (Redaktør) ; Marc Pruyn (Redaktør)

This book addresses and demonstrates the importance of critical approaches to autoethnography, particularly the commitment that such approaches make to theorizing the personal and to creating work that embodies a social justice ethos. Les mer
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This book addresses and demonstrates the importance of critical approaches to autoethnography, particularly the commitment that such approaches make to theorizing the personal and to creating work that embodies a social justice ethos. Arts-based and practice-led approaches to this work allow the explanatory power of critical theory to be linked with creative, aesthetically engaging, and personal examples of the ideas at work. By making use of personal stories, critical autoethnography also allows for commenting on, critiquing, and transforming damaging and unjust cultural beliefs and practices by questioning and problematizing the relationships of power that are bound up in these selves, cultures and practices. The essays in this volume provide readers with work that demonstrates how critical autoethnography offers researchers and scholars across multiple disciplines a method for creatively putting critical theory into action. The book will be vital reading for students, researchers and scholars working in the fields of education, communication studies, sociology and cultural anthropology, and the performing arts.
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Forlag: Springer International Publishing AG
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 255
ISBN: 9783319475264
Format: 21 x 15 cm
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PART I: Researching and Writing Creative Selves/Creative Cultures.- Chapter 1. Creative Selves/Creative Cultures: Critical Autoethnography, Performance and Pedagogy; Stacy Holman Jones.- Chapter 2. Troubling Autoethnography: Critical, Creative, and Deconstructive: Approaches to Writing; Susanne Gannon.- Chapter 3. Performing Teaching, Citizenship and Criticality; Marc Pruyn, Lisa Cary & Luis Huerta-Charles.- PART II: Mapping and Remembering Creative Selves/Creative Cultures.- Chapter 4. Six Sirens and a Broken Oud: Mapping the Self Within the Political Landscape; Stefan Schut.- Chapter 5. Writing Sensation: Critical Autoethnography in Posthumanism; Summer Dickenson.- Chapter 6. Mind and Matter: (Re)membering, Performing, and Being; Juliana Kirschner.- PART III: Embodying Creative Selves/Creative Cultures.- Chapter 7. Mother-Poems: Using the Confessional as Critique in Autoethnographic Poetry; Sandra L. Faulkner.- Chapter 8. I Am a Monument; Anne Harris & Stacy Holman Jones.- Chapter 9. The Last Days of Education? An Attempt to Reclaim Teaching Through Socratic Dialogue; Craig Wood.- PART IV: Rehearsing and Transforming Creative Selves/Creative Cultures.- Chapter 10. Inside our Islands: Confronting the Colonized Muse in the Decolonizing Performance Space; Linden Wilkenson.- Chapter 11. Shrug off the Old Lies: Writing Critical Autoethnography as Decolonality with Helene Cixous; Elizabeth Mackinlay.- Chapter 12. Transformer: More Than Meets the I/Eye; Fetaui Iosefo.- PART V: Tracing, Playing , and Improvising Creative Selves/Creative Cultures.- Chapter 13. Got Lost: Embodied Vocal Performance at the Junction of Autoethnography and Practice-Based Research; Jessica Aszodi.- Chapter 14. Creating Memories: A Cartography of Musical Learning; Phoebe Green.- Chapter 15. Critical Autoethnography Musical Improvisation: Reflections, Conjuctions, and 21st Century Dimensions; Leon de Bruin.- Chapter 16. Creative Selves, Creative Cultures, Creative Futures; Stacy Holman Jones.
Stacy Holman Jones is Professor in the Centre for Theatre and Performance at Monash University, Australia. She specializes in critical qualitative methods, particularly critical autoethnography and critical and feminist theory. Marc Pruyn is Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education at Monash University, Australia. His research focuses on civics, citizenship, social education and multiculturalism.