Affective Cartographies: Affinities and Affects in Arts, Research, and Pedagogies

Author:   Sara Victoria Carrasco Segovia ,  Fernando Hernández Hernández ,  Juana María Sancho-Gil
Publisher:   Springer International Publishing AG
Edition:   1st ed. 2023
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Pages:   263
Publication Date:   20 February 2024
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Author:   Sara Victoria Carrasco Segovia ,  Fernando Hernández Hernández ,  Juana María Sancho-Gil
Publisher:   Springer International Publishing AG
Imprint:   Palgrave Macmillan
Edition:   1st ed. 2023
Weight:   0.498kg
ISBN:  

9783031421624


ISBN 10:   3031421620
Pages:   263
Publication Date:   20 February 2024
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Hardback
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Chapter 1. ENTRIES INTO AFFECTIVE CARTOGRAPHIES: ARTISTIC CARTOGRAPHY AND ABR-  PART I. FRAMING, DISPLACEMENTS, AND INQUIRY Chapter 2. Overflowing the university: the need for another kind of academy (Amparo Alonso- University of Valencia, Spain)  Chapter 3. Touching the Moving Edge. The Research on Arts Education as an Onto-Episte-Methodological and Ethical Displacement (Natalia Calderón – Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico)  Chapter 4. Nomadic Displacements in learning (Juana M. Sancho- University of Barcelona)  PART II. CARTOGRAPHICAL MOVEMENTS Chapter 5. Cartographic strategies to improve education by connecting modes of visualizing subjectivities (Fernando Hernández & Judit Onsés- University of Barcelona)  Chapter 6. The embodiment of place: entangled and felt (Trish Osler- Concordia University, Canada) Chapter 7. Cartography as a filmic text: drifting to juxtapose the immaterial bodies and affects (Montse Rifà & Joanna Empain- Autonomous University of Barcelona) Chapter 8. Project Affective Cartographies I. (Presentation of the project carried out at ConU, participants, the research process and cartography production) (Sara Carrasco- University University of Barcelona)  Chapter 9. Project Affective Cartographies II. (This section will refer to the dissemination of the project presenting both art exhibitions held at the Art Education Department- ConU) (Sara Carrasco- University of Barcelona) Chapter 10. How data created can be fold/unfold/refold onto itself (Judit Onsès- University of Barcelona)  III. AFFECT, PEDAGOGIES AND RESEARCHChapter 11. The relevance of an embodied and affective learning on teachers’ cartographies (Fernando Hernández- University of Barcelona)  Chapter 12. Gendering an affective pedagogy: relational and ethical entanglements in the class (Silvia de Riba, University of Barcelona & Beatriz Revelles, Granada University)  Chapter 13. Researcher's engagement and participation-affects (Juana M. Sancho & Marina Riera- University of Barcelona)  Chapter 14. Recognizing ourselves in Otherness (Estibaliz Aberasturi & José Miguel Correa- University of the Basque Country)  Chapter 15. Affect as a never-ending movement cannot be trapped only cartographed. (Fabiana Paulino- University of Barcelona) 

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Sara Carrasco Segovia is Associate Professor in the Fine Art Faculty at the University of Barcelona, Spain, and Associate Professor in the Fine Art Faculty at the Autonomous University of Chile. Fernando Hernández-Hernández is Professor of Contemporary Visualities, Psychology of Art and Arts-Based Research in the Unit of Cultural Pedagogies at the Fine Arts Faculty of the University of Barcelona, Spain. Juana M. Sancho-Gil is Emeritus Professor of Educational Technologies in the Faculty of Education of the University of Barcelona, Spain, and Doctor Honoris Causa at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

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