Afterschool

Images, Education and Research

Nancy Vansieleghem (Editor), Joris Vlieghe (Editor), Pieter Verstraete (Editor), Nancy Vansieleghem (Editor), Joris Vlieghe (Editor), Pieter Verstraete (Editor),

Series: Studia Paedagogica 48

Category: Education, Media and Visual Culture

Language: English

ISBN: 9789462700499

Publication date: October 22, 2015

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Series: Studia Paedagogica 48

Category: Education, Media and Visual Culture

Language: English

DOI: 10.11116/9789461661852

ISBN: 9789461661852

Publication date: October 22, 2015

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Tangible tension of omnipresent images in education. The intricate relation between images and education is an old issue that can easily be dated back to the rise of Modernity. Ever since, it has been argued that images on the one hand might assist teachers in educating the new generation, but on the other might detract students’ attention by offering them mere entertainment instead of seriously pursuing essential subject material. Today, with the omnipresence of screens in our daily life, this tension has become all the more tangible. Some may even start to wonder whether education, traditionally conceived as schooling, is still achievable under these conditions. The title Afterschool refers to a film by Antonio Campos, which depicted these new conditions very accurately. In the same way the book articulates in an affirmative manner the role of education in an ‘Afterschool’ era, and also what images could signify in such an era, both for educators and educational researchers.

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Contributors: Sönke Ahrens (independent researcher), Marc De Blieck (LUCA School of Arts, Ghent), Pieter-Jan Decoster (Ghent University), Florelle D’Hoest (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Jan Dietvorst (visual artist), Jan Masschelein (KU Leuven), Nancy Vansieleghem (LUCA School of Arts, Ghent), Maarten Vanvolsem (LUCA School of Arts, Brussels), Pieter Verstraete (KU Leuven), Roy Villevoye (visual artist) & Joris Vlieghe (Liverpool Hope University)

Acknowledgements
Images after School An Introduction Joris Vlieghe, Nancy Vansieleghem & Pieter Verstraete

Guarded by the Camera An interview with Antonio Campos about the film Afterschool Nancy Vansieleghem, Joris Vlieghe & Pieter Verstraete
DIS-ORDER -; Two Images of Conversation Nancy Vansieleghem
The Significance of Digital Screen Culture for Education Pieter-Jan Decoster
Photography Beyond the Still Image Maarten Vanvolsem
The Idea of Pornography Rethinking the educational value of pornographic images with Baudrillard and Agamben Joris Vlieghe
The New Authenticiy Artists among Scholars Jan Dietvorst & Roy Villevoye
Exploring Educational Potentiality Three Stories from the film DOGTOOTH Florelle D’Hoest
How to Make Visible What Cannot Be Shown? Sönke Ahrens
Photographs That Move Marc De Blieck
Epilogue After School … School once more? Jan Masschelein
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About the Authors

Nancy Vansieleghem

Nancy Vansieleghem teaches didactics, psychology and communication at LUCA School of Arts in Ghent.

Joris Vlieghe

Joris Vlieghe teaches ethics and philosophy of education at Liverpool Hope University.

Pieter Verstraete

Pieter Verstraete is associate professor of history of education at KU Leuven and curator of the annual Leuven DisABILITY Film festival.

Pieter Verstraete is hoogleraar historische pedagogiek aan de KU Leuven. Hij is daarnaast ook curator van het Leuvense DisABILITY Filmfestival.

Nancy Vansieleghem

Nancy Vansieleghem teaches didactics, psychology and communication at LUCA School of Arts in Ghent.

Joris Vlieghe

Joris Vlieghe teaches ethics and philosophy of education at Liverpool Hope University.

Pieter Verstraete

Pieter Verstraete is associate professor of history of education at KU Leuven and curator of the annual Leuven DisABILITY Film festival.

Pieter Verstraete is hoogleraar historische pedagogiek aan de KU Leuven. Hij is daarnaast ook curator van het Leuvense DisABILITY Filmfestival.

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