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Self-education Bibliography ::

BIBLIOGRAPHY
ON COLLECTIVE SELF-EDUCATION IN ART AND CULTURE

Basic literature

  • Derrida & Education, health Gert J. J Biesta, Denise Egéa-Kuehne (eds.), London and New York, Routledge, 2001.
  • Michel Foucault, Knowledge/Power, Harvester Press, London, 1981.
  • Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed, London: Continuum, 1970.
  • Jacques Ranciere, The Ignorant Schoolmaster: Five Lessons in Intellectual Emancipation, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1991.

Expanded literature

Books:

  • Michael Apple, Education and Power, Routledge, London – New York, 1995.
  • Derrida & Education, Gert J. J Biesta, Denise Egéa-Kuehne (eds.), London and New York, Routledge, 2001.
  • Feminist Critique of Education, C. Skelton, Becky Francis (eds.), Taylor & Francis, 2006.
  • Michel Foucault, Knowledge/Power, Harvester Press, London, 1981.
  • Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed, London: Continuum, 1970.
  • Henri Giroux, Ideology, Culture and the Process of Schooling, Temple University Press, Philadelphia, 1981.

  • Peter McLaren, Nathalia Jaramilo, Pedagogy and Praxis in the Age of Empire: Towards a New Humanism, Sense Publishers, 2008.

  • Naming the Multiple: Poststructuralism and Education, Michael Peters ed., Bergin & Garvey, Westport, Connecticut London, 1998.
  • Greta Hofmann Nemiroff, Reconstructing Education; Toward a Pedagogy of Critical Humanism, Bergin & Garvey, Westport, Connecticut London, 1992.
  • Jacques Ranciere, The Ignorant Schoolmaster: Five Lessons in Intellectual Emancipation, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1991.
  • Renewing Dialogues in Marxism and Education: Opennings, Anthony Green, Glenn Rikowski, Helen Raduntz (eds.), Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2007.
  • Miško Šuvaković, Epistemology of Art, TkH – PAF – TQW – APT, Belgrade, 2008.
  • Gregory L. Ulmer, Applied Grammatology; Post(e)-pedagogy from Jacques Lacan to Joseph Beuys, Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkinks University Press, 1987.

Magazines and texts:

  • Beatrice von Bismarck, “Academy Effects; Project Work as Emancipatory Practice”, Republicart, 2004, available online at: www.republicart.net
  • Chto Delat?, A Newspaper for Engaged Creativity, special issue: “Knowledge in Action”, Moskow – St. Petersburg, 2008; available online at: www.chtodelat.org

Recommended texts:

o       The editors, “Knowledge is Power”

o       Pavel Arseniev, Alexander Skidan, Artiom Magun, “A nother Knowledge Is Possible”

o       Pavel Arseniev, “Performative Knowledge”

  • Chto Delat?, A Newspaper for Engaged Creativity, no. 14: “Self-education”, Moskow – St. Petersburg, 2006; available online at: www.chtodelat.org

Recommended texts:

o       Dmitry Vilensky, “Theses on Self-Education”

o       Zanny Begg, “Self-Education through Collective Action”

o       Marta Gregorcic, “Radical Education as Critical Capacity to Make Choices and to Transform our Everyday Reality” (Serbian version available in TkH no. 13)

o       Erroristas Internationale (& Etcetera…), “Notes on De-Education and Errorism”

o       Thomas Campbell, “Ranciere’s Lessons”

  • International Journal of Education & the Arts, available online at: www.ijea.org
  • Monica Prendergast, “Teacher as Performer: Unpacking a Metaphor in Performance Theory and Critical Performative Pedagogy”, International Journal of Education & the Arts, Vol. 9 No. 2, available online at: www.ijea.org/v9n2/index.html
  • TkH, Journal for Performing Arts Theory, br. 13: “Samoobrazovanje – Dokumenta 12 časopisi ‘Šta da se radi? (obrazovanje)’”, Beograd, 2007; available online at: www.tkh-generator.net

Recommended texts:

    • Stewart Martin, “Estetsko obrazovanje protiv estetskog obrazovanja”
    • Irit Rogoff, “Akademija kao potencijalnost”
    • Esther Leslie, “Činiti nešto i ne činiti ništa”
    • Oxana Timofeeva, Od ‘neoperativne zajednice’ do ‘radne grupe’
    • Marta Gregorčič, „Doprinos: Radikalno obrazovanje – kritički kapaciteti za pravljenje izbora i transformaciju naše svakodnevne realnosti”

  • TkH, no. 14: “Self-education – s-o-s project”, Belgrade, 2007; available online at: www.tkh-generator.net
  • TkH, no 15: Self-education – Goat Tracks of Self-education”, Belgrade, 2008; available online at: www.tkh-generator.net

Recommended texts:

o       Milena Dragićević-Šešić: “New Learning Strategies; Peer learning as the method in the teaching cultural cooperation in Europe”

o       Marijana Mitrović: “Merit in Education and the Age of Incommensurability”

o       Marina Gržinić: “The Impurity of Education, Knowledge and Self-organization”

o       Katherina Zakravsky: “Mutant School; Some Critical Remarks on the Education Boom”

o       Short presentations of several self-educational initiatives in Europe

Recommended texts:

o       Ulrike Melzwig, Conrad Noack, “The Bazaar in the Cathedral” – on PAF

o       Nicolas Siepen, „Degegen Debei/Thereby Against; Fight for Relevance, or the Relation between self-organisation, institutionalisation and Power (Berlin)”

o       Iskra Gešoska, “The Archaeology of Solidarity” – on Clubture regional initiative

o       Short presentations of several cultural-artistic self-organizations in Europe

Video/audio lectures, talks, interviews:

Deschooling Classroom

Deschooling Classroom is a project that addresses the contemporary independent cultural scenes in the region, researching and offering an alternative to the hierarchical models of education in the art and culture. Methodologically, the project moves away from the concepts of individual authorship and expertise, and advocates open collective educational structures where self-organised communities facilitate horizontal production, exchange and distribution of knowledge.