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DPR 13

DiscourseS OF INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION

9 – 11 April, 2013 – University of Greenwich, UK

 

Advancing, deepening and sharing understanding between minds – that is, research, learning and teaching – is a site of ongoing contestation both in theory and practice. Is learning  a process of assimilation: coming together to share new insights and the practices they entail, do we leave behind what then appear the errors of our ways and the cultures that supported them, so that learning and unlearning go hand in hand? This is to see the learning community as nomadic, moving on, progressing. But what is lost along the way? Is learning then more a celebration of our selves and our cultures, as we are, as we can and will be, flowering in the richness of our various traditions? This is the understanding of a settled community, preserving its heritage, sectarian, ultimately stifled. Read the rest of this entry »

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