What We Are Learning: Responses to Pedagogy, Otherwise

Filed Under: Form, Roundtables

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Alessandra Pomarico is a curator of international and multidisciplinary residency programs at the intersection of arts, pedagogy, social issues, nano-politics, and community building. Her practice is based on research and context-based art projects, with a focus on social change.

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Jesal Kapadia grew up in Mumbai. Her interests lie in an ethical praxis of being-in-common, and the cultivation of an awareness of art that is place-based, diversified, multiple, small-scale, collective and autonomous.

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Chris Jones tries to stand with his feet on the floor of learning through membership of the political sound art collective Ultra-red and by being a part of the radical social centre and archive 56a Infoshop in South London.

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Sarah Amsler is Associate Professor in Education, Faculty of Social Sciences, at the Nottingham University, England. Sarah's research focuses on the politics of knowledge and education at multiple levels: theoretically, and in local practice, institutional formations and national and global relations.

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Gerardo López Amaro (San Francisco / Mexico) is a PhD candidate currently exploring viable spaces informed by politics of consciousness regarding the healing of land and territory, love & intimacy, and labor & livelihood.

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Manish Jain is deeply committed to regenerating our diverse knowledge systems and cultural imaginations. He has served for the past 19 years as Coordinator and Co-Founder of Shikshantar: The Peoples' Institute for Rethinking Education and Development based in Udaipur, India and is co-founder of the Swaraj University, Creativity Adda, Learning Societies Unconference, Walkouts-Walkon network, Udaipur as a Learning City, and Families Learning Together network in India.

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Kelly Teamey is a film-maker, writer, educator and mother, balancing part-time work as an instructor in education and sustainable development at the SIT Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, Vermont and as co-founder of the Enlivened Learning non-profit organization.

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Udi Mandel is a film-maker, writer, educator and father and Faculty in Sustainable Development at the SIT Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, Vermont. Udi’s work focuses on regenerative practices for ecologies and communities and the role and possibility of higher education to offer hopeful futures.
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