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Peter J. Cook

enacted and interwoven singularly, collectively, artistically, aesthetically and rhizomatically. “A/r/tography is a way of living, inquiring, and being relational” ( Springgay et al., 2007 , p. xxxi). The combination of creative and artistic practices and approaches provides for a strong alignment of the

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Pamela Burnard, Tatjana Dragovic, Peter J. Cook and Susanne Jasilek

connection to a cause, such as ecological sustainability of the living earth. Background There is a central and growing importance of contemporary life of arts in society, which is subsequently influencing arts education. While political science, as a discipline, has been strangely silent on the

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Digital Audio Ecofeminism (DA’EF)

The Glocal Impact of All-Female Communities on Learning and Sound Creativities

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Elizabeth Dobson

the women in electronic music culture . Contemporary Music Review , 35 ( 1 ), 53 – 60 . Ahmed , S. ( 2017 ). Living a feminist life . Durham, NC : Duke University Press . [Kindle Cloud Reader] Armstrong , V. ( 2013 ). Technology and the gendering of music education . Burlington

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The Stories within

Perspectives from the Island of Guam

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Sarah Jane Moore

arts enactments, my awareness of Chamorro cultural identities and heritages gained shape. Franquez sang to me in his native tongue and spoke of the importance of language and story re-vitalisation in tertiary learning whilst Borja-Quichocho-Calvo shared poetry that affirmed the presence of a living and

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, and were poor, not because they couldn’t do, but because they didn’t have the means to do for themselves or their families. That’s the difference. It’s having the support and resources to better themselves. It seemed easy for society to turn a blind eye to what we were living in the projects. In our

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Evelyn Morales Vázquez

How could I disaggregate the polarized emotions I felt while I was living, and dying in, my academic dream? ∵ The purpose of this chapter is to consider the role that personal life history plays in the development of academic identity. In an attempt to reconceptualize the current

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through the difficult times. Everything that we have to give to the children isn’t in a book. Many degrees come from living life. I share this with the kids I work with at this school. They might not have the best clothes, like the other kids in their schools, and then they become an outcast, but they

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little challenging for me. This artmaking has made a HUGE difference in my life. I am more focused. I am listening more. I am trying harder in school. I feel motivated. It made me open myself up and try art again. I wasn’t sad this time. I overcame my fears. I used art to tell my story. I kept that

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Anita Sinner

theme, ‘Spontaneous Artwork,’ I found so many artists who never received any art education in their lives. Most of the artists were older, so it was kind of like a motivation for my students, real life examples to learn from, and the transfer of techniques was somehow easier. This led me to realize I

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Susan Rowland

critical, historical discourses. The difference from conventional student papers will be that these show that personal transformation through art is part of living a historically engaged life—then and now. Bibliography Altieri C. “ Taking Lyrics Literally: Teaching Poetry in a Prose Culture ” in New