Ethnocinema: Intercultural Arts Education
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS.- TABLE OF CONTENTS.- AUTHOR’S NOTE.- VIEWING/READING PROCESS.- INTRODUCTION.- CHAPTER 1 - Neir Chi Puj (Lina): Sexuality and Gender Performance in Sudanese Australia.- CHAPTER 2 - Slowly By Slowly (Grace): Ethnocinema, Media and the Women of the Sudanese Diaspora.- CHAPTER 3 - Still Waiting (Nyadol): Refugeity and the New Racism in Australian schools.- CHAPTER 4 - Chick Chat at the River Nile: Transgression and Fugitive spaces.- CHAPTER 5 - Singing into Language (Achol): Creating a Public Pedagogy.- CHAPTER 6 - In Transit/ion (Angelina): Source of Creative Understanding.- CONCLUSION: Minding the Gap.- APPENDIX A: Transcript Dialogue – Nyadol and Anne on ‘good research’: looking back, two years’ on.- APPENDIX B: Ethnocine-ME and ‘doing’ arts education – an.- International context.- BIBLIOGRAPHY.- FILMOGRAPHY.
From the reviews:
“The book Ethnocinema: Intercultural Arts Education is a description and evaluation of the ethics and methodology of participatory media production. … This book is a most valuable tool for both pedagogy and art research.” (Martin Mhando, Australasian Review of African Studies, Vol. 35 (1), June, 2014)
“This book has a cache for professors deeply invested in the practice of critical pedagogy who want to explore the possibilities of teaching and researching with collaborative video production and dissemination. … Harris so eloquently explains the challenges and responsibilities of sharing the camera in collaborative intercultural video production. Harris provides a practical and thoughtful meditation on collaborative research using video that offers a road map for researchers considering the challenges and opportunities of such a methodology.” (Daniel Keyes, PsycCRITIQUES, Vol. 57 (50), December, 2012)