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Learning Scenarios for Social and Cultural Change

«Bildung» through Academic Teaching

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Edited By Lara Rodríguez Sieweke

The anthology departs from the fundamental idea that the university is deeply connected to the ideal of «Bildung» and to democratic values. If the university should serve as an open space to develop democracy and to meet today’s social, cultural and ecological challenges, then one has to take into account the different disciplines’ approaches to education. Thus, the featured proposals on school and university education come from diverse research fields such as general education, media education, art and aesthetic education, philosophy, ethnology, sociology, performance art and gender.

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Anja Kraus and Lara Rodríguez SiewekeIntroduction: Learning Scenarios for Social and Cultural Change: Bildung through Academic Teaching

Artistic Research – In Practice

Ellen KobeMensch im Museum: Description and Deliberation in Four Performances

Lara Rodríguez SiewekeDisplacement and Educational Potentials in Ellen Kobe’s FLORA PFLÜCKT WILDE BLUMEN

Humanism and Democracy as Learning Scenarios

Peter Baumgartner & Isabell GrundschoberIs Tacit Knowledge Communicable?

Globalization, Interculturality and Interdependence as Learning Scenarios

Katarina Elam, Marie-Louise Hansson Stenhammar, Tarja Karlsson Häikiö, Feiwel Kupferberg, Rasoul Nejadmehr, and Margareta Wallin WictorinEducating Responsible Citizens. Intercultural Competence and Aesthetic Education

Maria Peters and Christina InthoffPerformance, Competence and Diversity: Visual Knowledge Productions in Art Education (Perspectives from the Research Project Creative Unit FaBiT)

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