Archaeology of Emancipatory Pedagogy ↓
Archaeology of Emancipatory Pedagogy
Seoul, Virtual Lecture, Online, Generative Dialogue
Examining radical education models of the non-western world to inform future school's own ‘futurity’
This project tackles how critical pedagogy and its deployment during periods of national liberation and anti-capitalist struggle can shed light on the frightening effects of neoliberalist ‘education’ when it is released from the reflections on social and historical constellations. Critic, Dong-jin Seo will guide a series of five open discussions built around an engagement with previous experiments in ‘emancipatory pedagogy’ from across the globe. The experiments and practices in India, Japan and South Korea will reveal that they are not archaeological heritage but arguably the paused future.
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