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Disturbances and Dislocations

Understanding Teaching and Learning Experiences in Indigenous Australian Women’s Music and Dance

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Elizabeth Mackinlav

Contents: Approaching Indigenous Australian Women’s Music and Dance: An Engaged and Embodied, Dialogic and Disturbing Teaching and Learning Process – The Researcher and the Research Site: A Narrative – Understanding Performance as a Pedagogical Text: A Pilot Study – Reading against the Grain: Theoretical Positioning – Young, White and Female: A Personal and Political Profile of ANTH2120 Students – Performing Ethnography in the Classroom: Workshops and Performers – Performing Bodies: Experiencing and Embodying Knowledge about Indigenous Australian Women’s Music and Dance – Engaging with Theories of Dialogue and Voice: Using Bakhtin as a Framework to Understand Teaching and Learning Indigenous Australian Women’s Performance – Performance and Performativity in Teaching and Learning Indigenous Australian Women’s Music and Dance: Power, Politics and Pedagogy.