Video Recording of 24th May Seminar: Get Over It! From Immobilising Information to Transformative Action
13 June 2023
Following our seminar on 24th May, we're delighted to offer you a full insight into the event through a Zoom recording, with the link shown below. In addition to watching the post-event footage, each of our three panelists has offered suggested reading/viewing recommendations, with references that may aid your learning.
Recommendations from Sive Bresnihan
- Texts and tools from the Gesturing Towards Decolonial Futures Collective
- The work of Vanessa Andreotti and Sharon Stein (Stein for higher ed settings)
- Adrienee maree brown (Emergence Strategy)
- Staci Haines (somatics and social justice)
Recommendations and References form Audrey Bryan (The "Pedagogy of the Implicated" article is open access so freely available to anyone who might want to look at it.)
- Audrey Bryan (2022) Pedagogy of the implicated: advancing a social ecology of responsibility framework to promote deeper understanding of the climate crisis, Pedagogy, Culture & Society, 30:3, 329-348, DOI: 10.1080/14681366.2021.1977979
- Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti (2021) Depth education and the possibility of GCE otherwise, Globalisation, Societies and Education, 19:4, 496-509, DOI: 10.1080/14767724.2021.1904214
- Rothberg, M. 2019. The Implicated Subject: Beyond Victims and Perpetrators. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
- Pitt, A., and D. Britzman. 2003. "Speculations on Qualities of Difficult Knowledge in Teaching and Learning: An Experiment in Psychoanalytic Research." International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 16 (6): 755–776. doi:https://doi.org/10.1080/09518390310001632135. [Taylor & Francis Online], [Google Scholar]
Checkout Suprabha Seshan's conservationist and environmental education at Gurukula Botanical Sanctuary and an article of hers entitled 'Strangely Like Gulag: Schooling and the Industrial Machine' from a few years back.
Many thanks to our panelists for supporting us in this event and bringing us a collective wealth of experience, backed by empirical evidence.
You can watch the event footage below:
- Join us in person for Culture Night on Friday 22 September as we Tour Dublin's International Financial Services District
- Video Recording of 31st May Seminar: Getting beyond Growth, Colonialism, Extractivism with Prof. John Barry and Tatiana Roa Avendaño
- Seminar: Get Over It! From Immobilising Information to Transformative Action, 24th May 2.30-4.30 pm