Anthropology in Schools: Teaching about Culture and Difference in Uncertain Times (Free Event)
Friday July 7th 2017, 10am-4pm, Headington Campus, Oxford Brookes University
This initiative is organised by the journal Teaching Anthropology and funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), in collaboration with Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University, and the Royal Anthropological Institute.
Call for Contributions and Special Issue: Teaching Anthropology in Uncertain Times (Deadline 30th April 2017)
Call for Contributions: Teaching Anthropology (A journal of The Royal Anthropological Institute)
Teaching Anthropology will be relaunched in 2017 with a new international editorial collective led by Dr Patrick Alexander at Oxford Brookes University (UK). We warmly invite you to contribute to a shared critical inquiry into the pedagogy of anthropology. We welcome:
– Peer-reviewed articles (max. 6000 words)
– Developing Teaching: Reports and Reflections (max. 3000 words)
– Blogposts (max. 600 words)
– Photo-essay submissions
– Audiovisual contributions (profiled lectures, ethnographic film, performances)
– Teaching resources and syllabi (with an accompanying testimony/narrative).
Special Issue: Teaching Anthropology in Uncertain Times (Deadline for submissions: April 30th 2017)
This special issue will explore how we teach and prepare students for futures defined by uncertainty, dislocation and rupture. Paper are invited on:
Uncertainty: What futures are we teaching anthropology for, and how? What are the pedagogic challenges of engaging secondary school, undergraduate and graduate students in conceptualising and preparing for uncertainty?
Rupture: When and how should we disrupt or challenge disciplinary pedagogies? What is at stake in advocating radically new ways of learning and teaching? Do these new pedagogies approaches offer opportunities for reimagining anthropology?
Stewardship: What disciplinary legacies should teachers nurture and protect, and why?