Audiovisual Compositions and Curriculum Studies: Lines of Freedom

Tuesday 7 February
6-7.30pm
Room 203, St Alphege, King Alfred Campus, University of Winchester, Sparkford Road, Winchester, Hampshire SO22 4NR

​This presentation brings together some of the themes we have been working with in our research projects. They have in common the analysis of school curriculum practices that are theoretically related to concepts presented in the French philosophy of Giles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. While describing different art exhibits carried out in the specific context of kindergarten and of pre-service teacher education undergraduate course, within a qualitative approach, we have established a discussion on curriculum fragmentation and on the movement and flows that go behind the (non) representation of images and sounds in curricular productions and their artefacts. According to this plane of composition, our argumentation will be constructed through the establishment of relationships between the curriculum and the concept of freedom.

​Professor Antonio Carlos Rodrigues de Amorim

Antonio is a Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Campinas, Brazil, and research in its Laboratory of Audiovisual Studies. He is a scholarship holder for productivity in research from the National Advisory for scientific and Technological Development. He is also the author of many articles and book chapters in Portuguese and, in English, he published ‘Non-figurative narratives or life without subjects’ in the book Exploring Selfhood: Finding Ourselves, Finding Our Stories in Life Narratives and ‘Curriculum Disfiguration’ in the book Curriculum Studies in Brazil. In addition, he has authored articles in the Journal of Reflexive Practice, Educational Action Research Journal and Enseñanza de las Ciencias. He participates in evaluation committees for national and international journals of research in education.

This is part of the Centre for Imagination, Curiosity, Enquiry and the Environment​.

To book, email: Paul.Veck@winchester.ac.uk

 

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