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Towards a pedagogy of care 
Rachel Cantave (Skidmore College)
Riddhi Bhandari (O.P. Jindal Global University)
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Rachel Cantave (Skidmore College)
Friday 26 July, -
Time zone: Europe/Madrid
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Short Abstract:

This proposed panel aims to bring together anthropologists to initiate a critical dialogue around what we refer to as the “pedagogy of care".

Long Abstract:

Conversations on innovative pedagogy are often organized and enforced by university administrators as selling points focused on the experiences of students. Unfortunately, they often exclude faculty and their concerns. In response to this post-COVID trend, increasing precarity in academic work, and in the spirit of “doing and undoing”, this panel will initiate a conversation on developing a holistic approach to pedagogical innovation that moves beyond skill-building and solutionizing to approaching it as a political project, that includes both stakeholders: students and faculty. Papers in this panel may address questions such as: What is considered innovative pedagogy in Anthropology as currently conceptualized and practiced? What ethical and political concerns in current promotions of innovative pedagogy are there? What could a holistic “pedagogy of care” look like? Papers in this panel may also consider “pedagogies of care” through a particular framework such as black feminist, postcolonial, queer or other ways of “doing and undoing” anthropology, pedagogically speaking.

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Session 1 Friday 26 July, 2024, -