LxDII’s Sonic Pedagogy Study Group

Sonic Pedagogies flyer "Sonic Pedagogy, an iterative study group exploring sound, education and pedagogy. Listening Across Disciplines II, Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice, UAL"

News from Listening Across Disciplines II:

'LxDII will host a study group that investigates the emerging field of sonic pedagogy. Working with a range of international scholars and practitioners, and split across three iterative sessions, they will:

-explore what sonic pedagogy is or can be: attempting to find its histories and contemporary points of contact, and relating those to issues of identity, exclusions and erasures, and the possibility of a plural teaching and learning.

-investigate how sonic pedagogy is practiced and what methods and approaches underpin it? Including the consideration of digital learning, art-based interventions, participation and community.

-consider what entrainment, curriculum and educational framework sonic pedagogy might demand, exploring issues of documentation, communication, advocacy and engagement.

Sessions will ebb across theory and practice, and roll throughout February 2021 with reflections and future development generated thereafter. A project website, www.sonicpedagogy.net, will be made available shortly. The site will serve to distribute related information and make public discussions, insights and practical outputs from the workshops, as well as plans for future development.

The core sonic pedagogy working group includes the LxDII team, Salomé Voegelin, Mark Peter Wright, Phoebe Stubbs, along with Nicole Furlonge, Kerstin Meissner and Kevin Logan.

Invited guests for the first three sessions are Werner Friedrichs, Abigail Hirsch, Anton Kats, Michael Gallagher, Viola Georgi, Walter Gershon, Shanti Suki Osman, Tara Page, Holger Schulze and Eder Williams.'


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Listening Across Disciplines II (LxDII) is a research project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). It systematically investigates the potential of listening as a legitimate and reliable methodology for research across the arts and humanities and into science, social science and technology.

Visit the LxD website