Affect in literacy teaching and learning : pedagogies, politics and coming to know / edited by Kevin M. Leander and Christian Ehret.  (Text) (Text)

Leander, Kevin M, 1961- | Ehret, Christian (Christian Michael), (Christian Michael)
Call no.: LC149 .A34 2019Series: Expanding literacies in education: Publication: New York : Routledge, 2019Description: xiv, 237 p. : illISBN: 9780815367727 (pbk.); 0815367724 (pbk.); 9780815367710 (hbk.); 0815367716 (hbk.)Subject(s): Literacy -- Psychological aspectsAffective educationAffect (Psychology)LOC classification: LC149 | .A34 2019
Contents:Introduction / Christian Ehret and Kevin M. Leander -- Part I. Pedagogies. Affective flows in the clinic and the classroom / Gail Boldt ; Propositions for a radical pedagogy, or How to rethink value / Erin Manning ; Charlene's puppies: embarrassing obsessions or vibrant matter entangled in ethical literacies? / Kimberly Lenters -- Part II. Politics. Visceral literacies, political intensities: affect as critical potential in literacy research and practice / Elizabeth Dutro ; Assembling desire, love and affect in an art museum school / Jonathan Eakle and Tatiana I. Sanguinette ; "It's something that requires passion:" after-echoes of the Ethnic Studies ban / Alyssa D. Niccolini ; Thinking and feeling the interval: a few movements of a transnational family / Ana Christina da Silva Iddings and Kevin M. Leander -- Part III. Coming to know. Why a more human literacy studies must be posthuman: encountering writing during and after the Holocaust / Christian Ehret and Daniella D'Amico ; Affective sketches: writing, drawing and living with analysis / Ty Hollett and Jaclyn Dudek ; Coded to smithereens and danced to abstraction: forms of affect in the industry of research / Mia Perry ; Telling stories out of class: three movements in a reach for affect / Cathy Burnett -- Afterword / Michalinos Zembylas.
Summary: "In this cutting-edge volume, scholars from around the world connect affect theory to the field of literacy studies, and unpack the role and influence of this emerging area of scholarship on literacy education. Offering an introduction to affect theory and scholarship as it relates to literacy studies, contributors discuss the role of humanizing and dehumanizing influences on schooling and examine the emotional and affective dimensions at individual and communal levels. Arguing that an affective turn requires a radical rethinking of the nature of literacy, these chapters address the impact and import of emotion and affect on reading, writing, and calling to action. Grounded in trailblazing research, the contributors push the boundaries of academic writing and model how theoretically-driven writing about affect must itself be moving and expressive"--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / Christian Ehret and Kevin M. Leander -- Part I. Pedagogies. Affective flows in the clinic and the classroom / Gail Boldt ; Propositions for a radical pedagogy, or How to rethink value / Erin Manning ; Charlene's puppies: embarrassing obsessions or vibrant matter entangled in ethical literacies? / Kimberly Lenters -- Part II. Politics. Visceral literacies, political intensities: affect as critical potential in literacy research and practice / Elizabeth Dutro ; Assembling desire, love and affect in an art museum school / Jonathan Eakle and Tatiana I. Sanguinette ; "It's something that requires passion:" after-echoes of the Ethnic Studies ban / Alyssa D. Niccolini ; Thinking and feeling the interval: a few movements of a transnational family / Ana Christina da Silva Iddings and Kevin M. Leander -- Part III. Coming to know. Why a more human literacy studies must be posthuman: encountering writing during and after the Holocaust / Christian Ehret and Daniella D'Amico ; Affective sketches: writing, drawing and living with analysis / Ty Hollett and Jaclyn Dudek ; Coded to smithereens and danced to abstraction: forms of affect in the industry of research / Mia Perry ; Telling stories out of class: three movements in a reach for affect / Cathy Burnett -- Afterword / Michalinos Zembylas.

"In this cutting-edge volume, scholars from around the world connect affect theory to the field of literacy studies, and unpack the role and influence of this emerging area of scholarship on literacy education. Offering an introduction to affect theory and scholarship as it relates to literacy studies, contributors discuss the role of humanizing and dehumanizing influences on schooling and examine the emotional and affective dimensions at individual and communal levels. Arguing that an affective turn requires a radical rethinking of the nature of literacy, these chapters address the impact and import of emotion and affect on reading, writing, and calling to action. Grounded in trailblazing research, the contributors push the boundaries of academic writing and model how theoretically-driven writing about affect must itself be moving and expressive"--

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