Places of Learning: Media, Architecture, Pedagogy

Places of Learning: Media, Architecture, Pedagogy

Elizabeth Ellsworth


areas of studying considers the pedagogical strength of "anomalous areas of learning"--places outdoors of faculties that impress us to reconsider and reshape the actions of schooling. Ellsworth explores what it may well suggest to imagine of pedagogy no longer in terms of wisdom as a "thing made," yet to wisdom within the making. In so doing, she reconsiders the adventure of the training self and investigates how rising understandings of human embodiment could be used to degree an interdisciplinary bounce into the way forward for pedagogy.

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