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Identity Politics and the Queering of Art Education: Inclusion and the Confessional Route to Salvation

Addison, Nicholas

International Journal of Art & Design Education, February 2007, Vol.26(1), p.10 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Identity Politics and the Queering of Art Education: Inclusion and the Confessional Route to Salvation
  • Autor: Addison, Nicholas
  • Assuntos: Art Education ; Homosexuality ; Art Teachers ; Mass Media ; Social Attitudes ; Social Theories ; Secondary Schools ; Design ; Social Influences ; Social Bias ; Secondary School Curriculum ; Sexual Orientation ; Cultural Influences ; Educational Environment ; Visual Arts
  • É parte de: International Journal of Art & Design Education, February 2007, Vol.26(1), p.10
  • Descrição: In this article I discuss the relationship between theories of identity and making practices in secondary art and design. Of particular interest is the way students are invited to explore identities in relation to a sense of self and the extent to which this is informed by schools' concern to make diversity visible through multicultural celebration, thus framing and possibly limiting exploration. It is notable that non-heternormative sexual identities remain largely invisible in the official curriculum and I examine the disjunction between this absence and their hypervisibilty in the mass media and its culture of confession/exposure. I revisit Michel Foucault's discussion of the history of sexuality as a way to understand the development of confessional discourses in modern culture and to provide an alternative and ambivalent reading of the power relations implicit in work exploring identities by art and design students. Specifically, I look at the position of gay and lesbian...
  • Idioma: Inglês

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