The Pedagogies of Cultural Studies

Front Cover
Andrew Hickey
Routledge, Mar 31, 2016 - Social Science - 222 pages

This volume provides an exploration of the manifold ways pedagogy is enacted in cultural studies practice. Pedagogy in the book comes to stand as far more than simply the "art of teaching"; contributors explore how pedagogy defines and shapes their practice as cultural studies scholars. Chapters variously highlight the role of pedagogy in cultural studies practice, including formal, classroom situations where cultural studies is deployed to teach as part of degree or coursework programs, but importantly also as something removed from the formal classroom, as situated within the research act via public engagement or through social activism as a public pedagogy. In so doing, the book chart a course for understanding cultural studies as an active and engaged discipline interested in understanding cultural flows and production as sites of learning and exchange.

 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

List of Figures
Cultural Studies and the Pedagogy of CommunityEngaged
Masculinities Pedagogy and Science Fiction
Pedagogy and the Activation
An Ecology of Experimentation
Cultural Studies Research as Pedagogy
Questioning Care
Cultural Studies DIY Pedagogies and Storytelling
Catastrophe and Cultural Studies
Female Difference Intersecting Subjectivities
Looking
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2016)

Andrew Hickey is Associate Professor in Communications at the University of Southern Queensland, and President of the Cultural Studies Association of Australasia. Andrew has undertaken large-scale projects exploring community and the public pedagogies of place in urban developments. He is author of Cities of Signs: Learning the Logic of Urban Spaces (Peter Lang 2012).

Bibliographic information