A 'Forgetting Museum' in Teacher Education? The Place where the page gets thicker in autobiographical representation

When:
January 21, 2015 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
2015-01-21T15:00:00-05:00
2015-01-21T16:30:00-05:00
Where:
Winters College 283B

New Approaches, Key Themes: A Grad Speaker Series in Education

A 'Forgetting Museum' in Teacher Education? The Place where the page gets thicker in Autobiographical representation

Speaker: David Lewkowich, Post-Doc, Education
Facilitator: Prof. Lisa Farley, York Faculty of Education
Commentator: Alecia Wagner, Doctoral Candidate, Education

Date: Jan. 21, 2015
Time: 3:00-4:30 pm
Location: Winters 283B

If what and how we forget is an important part of what and how we remember, then how can we talk about the ways that forgetting both does and does not lend itself to legible strategies of representation? In relation to the various forms of autobiographical inquiry in teacher education, how might we construe the influence of forgetting as a kind of conspicuous absence? Phillips’ (2005) idea of a “Forgetting Museum” and Sarraute’s(1984) Enfance will both be considered for what they can teach us about the problems and possibilities of our remembrances and forgettings.

Join us for an afternoon of passionate discussion around contemporary issues in Education, and find out what your colleagues are working on. Drinks and snacks provided.