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From Maastricht to Brexit by Richard Bellamy and Dario Castiglione

Teaching Politics through Art and Popular Culture

Media
 
Television
 
Education
 
Higher Education
 
Panel Number
P366
Panel Chair
Katharina Glaab
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Panel Co-Chair
Kia Lindroos
University of Jyväskylä
Panel Discussant
Katharina Glaab
Norwegian University of Life Sciences

Time
08/09/2017 11:00 - 12:40
Location
Building: BL07 P.A. Munchs hus Floor: 1 Room: PAM SEM4
Abstract
Arts and popular culture have made their way into the study of politics. Acknowledging that the political and the cultural are closely intertwined, scholars increasingly draw on visual arts, music, films or literary works to shed light on the relation between world and fiction, as well as politics and representation. ‘Going cultural’ is not only a way to address the multiple cultural sites of politics, but also a way to nurture the learning experience of students through the use of arts and culture in the classroom.
Based on the debate initiated at previous ECPR conferences in Prague (Teaching International Relations with Movies panels), this panels seeks to extend the discussion and bring together scholars that teach politics through arts and culture in the classroom. We welcome papers that use innovative approaches to teaching political sciences and make use of these approaches.

Paper List


Title Details
Creative Pedagogies: Using Art for Learning Political Economy View Paper Details
Fictional Television, Teaching and Learning in Politics and International Relations View Paper Details
Politics and Film: Escapism or Education? View Paper Details
The Built and (re)Imagined Academy View Paper Details
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