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Taught Bodies


Clare O'Farrell, Daphne Meadmore, Erica McWilliam and Colin Symes

Contents: Clare O’Farrell/Daphne Meadmore/Erica McWilliam/Colin Symes: Introduction: an anatomy lesson – Helen Yeates: Sleuthing the body: the deadly thrill of learning – Peter Cryle: The Kama Sutra as curriculum – Erica McWilliam: Stuck in the missionary position? Pedagogy and desire in new times – Susie O’Brien: The lecherous professor: «an explosive thriller about naked lust, perverted justice and obsession beyond control» – Christopher Beckey: Wicked bodies: towards a critical pedagogy of corporeal differences for performance – Bronwen Levy: Pedagogy: incomplete, unrequited – Ray Misson/Wendy Morgan: Teaching an embodied aesthetic: towards a different practice of English – Colin Symes: Making an exhibition of education: The Body at the Art Gallery of New South Wales – Caroline Hatcher: Practices of the heart: the art of being a good listener – Daphne Meadmore: Testing bodies of knowledge – Alison Jones: Surveillance and student handwriting: tracing the body – Denise Kirkpatrick/Stephen Thorpe: Iconic (pre)occupations: pedagogy and the body in the Australian Awards for University Teaching – Barbara Brook: Is there any body there? Particular bodies in lecturing spaces – Clare O’Farrell: Celluloid bodies: images of intellectuals in film.