What would an education beyond learning look like?
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In a time when online classrooms and meetings have become both indispensable and mundane features of the university, STUDIOUS DRIFT asks: What kind of university becomes possible when digital tools are not taken for granted but hacked into and tinkered with in order to set study adrift? In part a meditation on the essence of the studio space, this book looks at ways we can creatively and critically muddle through the rise of e-learning logics to redefine education. Authors Tyson E. Lewis and Peter B. Hyland both teach at the University of North Texas, and are joined here today by colleague and studio artist James Thurman.
Tyson E. Lewis is professor of art education in the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas.
Peter B. Hyland is director of the Jo Ann (Jody) and Dr. CHarles O. Onstead Institute for Education in the College fo Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas.
James Thurman is associate professor of metalsmithing and jewelry in the Department of Studio Art at the University of North Texas.
Gert Biesta (“learnification”)
Alfred Jarry’s pataphysics
The Undercommons / Stefano Harney and Fred Moten
-Read Studious Drift free online: z.umn.edu/studiousdrift-m (also available for purchase: z.umn.edu/studiousdrift)
-Watch: Education as Experimentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=llUj_Qyd5Zo
-Education as Experimentation: The Studio-D Project (homepage): https://onstead.cvad.unt.edu/studio-d