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Theoretical binaries in the social sciences have come to be seen almost as
instruments of oppression in themselves: for example the Eurocentric colonial
project has been described as “grounded [in] binary thinking” (Schiwy, 2007, p.
289). These concerns arise from the way that dual, rigid...
We describe an approach to teaching as a dialogic conceptual art. This is not
a metaphor. Conceptual art teaching is eventful, ontological, paradoxical, unpredictable,
and surprising for all participants including the teacher. Conceptualist teachers expect to be
surprised by their students. The...
Four authors from art education, early childhood literacy education, and
social studies education explore what counts as social science research with help from the
blinded peer review process. The authors invite readers to think with wrongness when
vetting data from a composite character named...
Stories from the Stolen Generations in Australia have formed an integral part
of the curriculum in Australian schools for many years. Teachers in both primary and
secondary schools are required to include this ‘difficult knowledge’ in their programs. But
most teachers do not have the skills or...
Creativity is value-neutral. While it can be used to bring into the world ideas
and objects of beauty, or at least novelty, creativity may be – and often is – used with
malevolent intent. This article is concerned with creative minds which conceive of and
cause horrors to be enacted. It...
Architecture is constructed not only in its images of objects, but also in its
idealization of authorship. While the one–to–one association of Architect with “their”
Architecture perpetuates the illusion of the discipline’s agency and fosters impossible
expectations of absolute control, broadly...
The study of play through time and across cultures has consistently
demonstrated that, it is a multi-faceted phenomenon being ubiquitous among diverse human
societies. The present paper makes a humble endeavour to intricate how different types of
traditional games of rural children are being...
This article considers the strange confluence of the rhetoric of creativity and
commerce at key points across the “Great Acceleration”. It argues that although the idea of
creativity has its most common contemporary expression in art, it does not in fact emerge
from the discourse of art. Rather,...
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