Performative Listening

Author: Chris McRae
Editor: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781433126635
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<I>Performative Listening: Hearing Others in Qualitative Research offers an alternative theory of listening - as a performative act, or as a relational stance and performance in which listeners ethically engage in an act of learning from others across difference. This theory emerges from an interdisciplinary approach to performance studies, communication, musicology, and critical pedagogy in order to present a nuanced theory of listening as performance that is always linked to questions of context, individual experiences, and cultural expectations. Working from examples of the music and autobiography of Miles Davis, this book offers a clear and practical guide for applying performative listening in the contexts of qualitative, narrative, and arts-based approaches to research and inquiry. By emphasizing the embodied, relational, and creative functions of the highly contextual and cultural performance of listening, <I>Performative Listening presents a theory and method that can be used to rethink the ways scholars and students engage with others in a wide variety of qualitative research and educational contexts.

Beyond Empathy And Inclusion

Author: Mary F. Scudder
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0197535453
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The challenge of listening -- The insufficiency of inclusion and the need for uptake -- Empathy as a strategy and ideal of deliberation : the promise and perils -- A listening-centered approach to democratic deliberation -- Listening toward democracy -- Listening for difference in democracy -- Democratic ideals in a non-ideal world.

The Handbook Of Listening

Author: Debra L. Worthington
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119554144
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The Handbook of Listening is a comprehensive overview of the field of listening for advanced undergraduate students, graduate students, scholars, and practitioners. First comprehensive academic reference resource dedicated to listening Provides a broad, authoritative, cross-disciplinary overview of key methodological, conceptual, and theoretical issues in the field Covers methods; disciplinary foundations; teaching listening; contexts and applications; and emerging perspectives Original chapters written by a group of international scholars in the field of learning

The Art Of Teaching Music

Author: Estelle Ruth Jorgensen
Editor: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253219639
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A veteran teacher's practical approach to music education

Listening For Learning

Author: Chris McRae
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ISBN: 9781433179549
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Whoosh, crunch, buzz, inhale, exhale . . . Listening for Learning: Performing a Pedagogy of Sound and Listening presents sound, listening, and pedagogical interactions as performances that create relationships, ways of being and knowing, and that provide an opportunity for transformations of existing and taken-for-granted practices in the classroom. By using performative listening and performative writing this book presents fragments of sound and listening as sites of learning and knowledge production. The written fragments throughout this book are offered as performances that listen for and hear sound as a central feature to educational practices in terms of bodies, classrooms, and pedagogy. The goal in sharing this performance of listening is to create opportunities for recognition, to invite further listening in educational contexts, and to employ listening as an opportunity for transforming and re-imagining educational spaces and interactions.

Transmission Speaking Listening

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A Different Kind Of Failure

Author: Lance Norman
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Ainu Dreams

Author: George Quasha
Editor: Barrytown/ Station Hill Press
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In Ainu Dreams, poet George Quasha and buun, a Japanese artist living in America, collaborate in poetically manifesting the artist's richly articulated dream-life. These eighty-odd poems embody an ever-opening cosmos of curious image, surprising narrative, and enigmatic teaching in a language no one could have dreamed up alone. Structurally intriguing poems reveal the innards of the dreams themselves, yet always speak directly and readably, sometimes addressed to a second person (the poet? the reader?). The poems and even reading itself seem to be dreaming. Poet and dreamer both live in New York's Hudson Valley.

Listening

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Practical Reasoning In Bioethics

Author: James F. Childress
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In his latest book, renowned ethicist James F. Childress uses various metaphors and analogies to highlight the role of imagination in practical reasoning. Childress shows how principles, metaphors, and analogies illuminate moral problems and issues in science, medicine, and health care. The issues he considers include screening and testing for HIV infection, informed consent to and refusal of life-sustaining treatment, allocating scarce health care resources, providing access to and controlling the costs of health care, and obtaining organs and tissues for transplantation.

Listening For The Beat

Author: Liana Gamber Thompson
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Canadian Review Of Comparative Literature

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Philosophy Of Music Education Review

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Acoustic Justice

Author: Brandon LaBelle
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1501368222
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Acoustic Justice engages issues of recognition and misrecognition by mobilizing an acoustic framework. From the vibrational intensities of common life to the rhythm of bodies in movement, and drawing from his ongoing work on sound and agency, Brandon LaBelle positions acoustics, and the broader experience of listening, as a dynamic means for fostering responsiveness, understanding, dispute, and the work of reorientation. As such, acoustic justice emerges as a compelling platform for engaging struggles over the right to speak and to be heard that extends toward a broader materialist and planetary view. This entails critically addressing questions of space, borders, community, and the acoustic norms defining capacities of listening, leading to what LaBelle terms “poetic ecologies of resonance.” Acoustic Justice works at issues of recognition and resistance, place and displacement, by moving across a range of pertinent references and topics, from social practices and sound art to the performativity of skin and the poetics of Deaf voice. Through such transversality, LaBelle pushes for acoustics as the basis for strategies of refusal and repair.

Dance And The Performative

Author: Valerie Preston-Dunlop
Editor: Twayne Publishers
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Teaching The Transatlantic Eighteenth Century

Author: Jennifer Frangos
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Pub
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The central axiom of Teaching the Transatlantic Eighteenth Century is that the classroom functions as a site for research and collaboration: not only as a space that reflects the research of individual teacher-scholars, but as a generative site to put ideas, theories, and methodologies into play. Whereas transatlanticism has transformed research practices over the last decade, the present collection is concerned with exploring what this transformation looks like in the classroom, and how the classroom continues to shape research practices in the field. Contributors address issues such as how the traffic in ideas, people, and commodities between Europe, Africa, and the New World are considered in classroom settings; how inter- and intra-departmental collaborations reshape our approaches to teaching the eighteenth century; how and why Transatlantic Studies can function as an introduction to college study; and how it can help more advanced students to revise their notions of nation, place, and identity. By now, there are a number of anthologies available to help instructors determine what transatlantic material to teach, but none that engage why and how to teach it, or what teaching it can do for us, our students, and our profession. Rather than simply providing reading lists or a collection of anecdotes about lesson plans, Teaching the Transatlantic Eighteenth Century emphasizes theorizing critical engagements with, interdisciplinary focus on, and the transformative potential of Transatlantic Studies. The primary market for Teaching the Transatlantic Eighteenth Century is university, college, and community college professors, researchers, and students, with three specific subgroups: 1. Teachers new to Transatlantic Studies Teachers coming to Transatlantic Studies for the first time will find both suggestions for materials or topical units to be integrated into existing courses (e.g., a unit on transatlantic exchange that could figure in an eighteenth-century literature survey course) and ideas for developing new courses altogether. 2. Teachers already teaching and/or researching in the field of Transatlantic Studies Such scholars will find material to broaden their approach to familiar courses and subjects: inter- or cross-disciplinary focus, new texts, successful clusterings of texts or themes or approaches, and ideas for team-teaching or linking courses with other faculty. 3. Teachers involved in Transatlantic Studies programs, especially those that focus on contemporary/Post WWII context (e.g., at the University of Dundee, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and the University of Birmingham) Teaching the Transatlantic Eighteenth Century will provide historical context for current geopolitical studies: perspective on the dynamics and historical and political forces occurring in the eighteenth century and contributing to 19th-, 20th-, and 21st-century politics, nations, and paradigms.

Sonic Process

Author: Mela Dávila
Editor: Actar-D
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Seeking to account for the new conditions of production and distribution that appeared at the end of the 20th century, Sonic Process provides an analysis of electronic music through its history, social context, and otherness. Also on offer is a consideration of the relationship between electronic music and visual art over the past 10 years, an inventory of terms, and a range of interdisciplinary essays. The word "sonic, " which appears in the title, covers both research carried out in a purely sound-based realm and in the field of musical experimentation. Indeed, the decision to book at both "sound" and "music" was essential to the authors' attempts to define the creative flux between these two worlds.

Performativity And Performance

Author: parker
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415910552
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The performance of one's gender and sexuality is now widely seen to be key to debates around identity politics. This collection brings together some of the best-known scholars in the field, from Judith Butler to Cindy Patton.

Gestalt Theory

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No Beauty For Me There Where Human Life Is Rare

Author: Christel Stalpaert
Editor: Academia PressScientific Pub
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This book is the first collection of critical essays to appear about Needcompany, a prominent, Brussels-based international theater company.