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劍橋大學 教育藝術與創意系終身教授 皇后學院教育學研究主任

分類:背景提升 發布日期:2022-05-25 發布人:溈徠

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劍橋大學

教育藝術與創意系終身教授皇后學院教育學研究主任

Associate Professor of Arts and Creativity in Education Fellow and Director of Studies, Education at Queens' College


 劍橋大學 教育藝術與創意系終身教授 皇后學院教育學研究主任(圖1)該講師是劍橋大學教育藝術與創意講師、皇后學院教育學研究員和研究主任。他的學術研究挑戰了常識性的觀點,即在過去20年里,創造力在美國城市的城市重建中發揮了積極作用。在文化研究和批判性白化研究的啟發下,他推進了對 "創造性 "的無標記白化的理論化,以及反過來,美國的城市和教育政策和實踐是如何通過國家補貼的城市更新項目在文化和經濟上投資于白化的。在這種文化環境中,他的學術研究闡明了來自低收入背景的有色人種如何利用創造性的實踐來困擾他們作為阻礙城市進步的 "下層社會 "成員的社會地位,以及這些實踐如何在以他們為代價的城市振興中糾纏不清。他未來的學術研究將繼續調查創造力如何被構建為白人的屬性,以及新的研究領域,包括對賠償理論和實踐的藝術干預,以及對制度化教育的視覺政治的調查。他的小組的博士生正在調查加納視覺藝術教育課程的非殖民化,中國英語教學中白人的文化特權,16歲以后的學科選擇對創造力的影響,以及使用小說來說明治療法。2019年,劍橋大學的學生評選他為全校最佳講師。


Research Interests:

Youth and cities research, The performativity of whiteness, Creativity as a property of whiteness, Reparations theory and practice, Decolonizing the arts education curriculum, The arts in educational research, Visual politics of education

 Area of Expertise:

Culture, Politics, and Global Justice, Arts and Creativities, Race, Empire, and Education Collective

 

 Sample Topics:

Reading between the obliques

A/r/tography, a research methodology featured in a special issue of Visual Arts Research (Irwin & Sinner, 2012),

is said to be a critical response to normative approaches to qualitative research in arts education. A/r/tography critiques research that privileges one identity, that of researcher, over other identities, including artist and teacher. It assumes emotional and political engagement on the part of the artist/researcher/teacher. A/r/tography views the desire for coherence and certainty in research as quixotic because lived experiences neither cohere nor are they certain. It critiques representations of complex social worlds and their actors when reduced to unreal composites, caricatures, and typologies. A/r/tographers instead embrace contiguous identities and represent multiple meanings using multiple modes.


 The creative underclass: Youth, race, and the gentrifying city

As an undergraduate at Brown University, Tyler Denmead founded New Urban Arts, a nationally recognized arts and humanities program primarily for young people of color in Providence, Rhode Island. Along with its positive impact, New Urban Arts, under his leadership, became entangled in Providence's urban renewal efforts that harmed the very youth it served. As in many deindustrialized cities, Providence's leaders viewed arts, culture, and creativity as a means to drive property development and attract young, educated, and affluent white people, such as Denmead, to economically and culturally kick-start the city. In The Creative Underclass, Denmead critically examines how New Urban Arts and similar organizations can become enmeshed in circumstances where young people, including  himself, become visible once the city can leverage their creativity to benefit economic revitalization and gentrification. He points to the creative cultural practices that young people of color from low-income communities use to resist their subjectification as members of an underclass, which, along with redistributive economic policies, can be deployed as an effective means with which to both oppose gentrification and better serve the youth who have become emblematic of urban creativity.


On the concept of youth in art education: A review of the literature

In this article, I analyze how the concept of youth is used in art education scholarship. I review papers from three art education journals that use youth in their titles and/or abstracts. I analyze how the concept of youth frames, produces, and buttresses arguments about the role of art education in society and the need for particular approaches to curriculum and instruction. My literature review is organized around four themes: Youth as (1) transition, (2) culture, (3) difference, and (4) image. In presenting these four themes, my aim is to support art education researchers as they extend, refine, clarify, and deepen their analysis in ways that have positive concrete effects on young people through art education.



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