How to Make Art at the End of the World : A Manifesto for Research Creation

Loveless, Natalie. How to Make Art at the End of the World : A Manifesto for Research Creation. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2019.

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Abstract (English)

"In recent years, the rise of research-creation—a scholarly activity that considers art practices as research methods in their own right—has emerged from the organic convergences of the arts and interdisciplinary humanities, and it has been fostered by universities wishing to enhance their public profiles. In How to Make Art at the End of the World Natalie Loveless draws on diverse perspectives—from feminist science studies to psychoanalytic theory, as well as her own experience advising undergraduate and graduate students—to argue for research-creation as both a means to produce innovative scholarship and a way to transform pedagogy and research within the contemporary neoliberal university. Championing experimental, artistically driven methods of teaching, researching, and publication, research-creation works to render daily life in the academy more pedagogically, politically, and affectively sustainable, as well as more responsive to issues of social and ecological justice." -- Site web de l'éditeur.

Types: Monographs
All Contributors: Loveless, Natalie (Author)
Dossier: 100 - THÉORIE / THEORY
Collation: 153 pages : 23 cm
ISBN: 9781478004028
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Durham, NC: Duke University Press
Critics / Curators / Historians: Loveless, Natalie
Copyright Statement: Duke University Press; the author

Includes index.
Bibliography p. 131-148.

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Date Deposited: 06 Sep 2019 22:32
Last Modified: 06 Sep 2019 22:32
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