Filter: Pedagogy

June 13, 2017

Lessons in Impropriety | Contemporary And

In October 2016, KUNCI initiated the School of Improper Education (SIE). The call for participants describes the proposed school as follows: an experiment on the sustainability of (both the material and immaterial) economies of the organization.…
October 9, 2016

Decolonising the University: Lessons from Oceania

In October 2013, students and staff at the University of Hawaiʻi painted this mural on their campus in Honolulu. The mural was painted in protest of the University’s involvement in plans to build a thirty-metre wide…
September 13, 2016

Truth Matters – 100 Jahre Gegenwart Journal

Does truth exist? And do we still need it? Taking the concept of Négritude as their point of departure Nobel laureate in literature Wole Soyinka and film theorist Manthia Diawara talked about a universal idea and…
August 12, 2016

Critical Care in Creative Research

During the 1990s and 2000s, as readers of NiTRO know well, an intensive debate took place among art and design academics as to whether their practices and those of their graduate students could be called research,…
June 21, 2016

On Press Releases – BURNAWAY

Language binds humanity together. Which language we speak forms our community, identity, and ultimately shapes our worldview. I believe language—communication in all forms—is meant to bring us together. What use are my words if you do…