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PESA Conference 2018

Fire burn, and cauldron bubble:
Educational possibilities brewed with place, people and philosophy

7-11 Dec 2018, Rotorua, New Zealand

Programme

 

PESA PROGRAMME

             Saturday 8 December 2018

08:00 - 09:15

Registration
Venue: Pre Function Foyer

09:15 - 10:00

Conference Opening
Venue: Mokoia

10:00 - 11:00

Marshall Lecture
Presentation Title: A Turn to Philosophy in Educational Inquiry
Presenter: Professor Elizabeth A. St.Pierre

Venue: Mokoia

11:00 - 11:30

Morning Tea
Venue: Pre Function Foyer

Strand 1 - Mokoia

Strand 2 -  Millennium One

Strand 3 - Millennium Two

Strand 4 -Millennium Three

Reserved Venue - Millennium 5

11:30 - 12:00

“Call… and they will come”. Navigating Pacific indigenous wisdom(s) in Pasifika education research.

'Lest We Forget': Remembering Children as Democratic Citizens

Concept as Method Symposium: Becoming with Oddkins in a troubled time: Exploring possibilities of ethical shared lives with companion species; Concept-as-method-as-pedagogy: from reflexivity to diffraction in post-qualitative inquiry in counsellor education; Being worthy of our events: Engaging with problems of caring in early childhood teaching; Putting to work the idea of choreographing a (sexual) self

Spewing Gold (Rock) (2018): Activating art/exhibition-making as educational research, with Agamben’s notion of gesture in mind matter.

Augustine, Wisdom and Education

Jacoba Matapo

Kanako Ide

Alison Warren

Janita Craw

Janis (John) Ozolins

12:00 - 12:30

Kāore te uku e piri ki te rino – clay does not stick to iron.

Affect in art education: Possibilities and provocations

Contemplation, Compassion and Resignation: Schopenhauer and Educational Transformation

Pania Te Maro

Ingrid Boberg

Peter Roberts

12:30 - 13:00

The collective cauldron of loto vela māfana within our ‘place’ of Tongan indigenous thoughts.

(Re)defining the Gender Apparatus: Implications for Research Methodologies

The Event of Education: Klossowski, Deleuze, Lyotard

Jeanne Teisina

And Pasley

Emile Bojesen

13:00 - 1400

Lunch
Venue: Pre Function Foyer

Strand 1 - Mokoia

Strand 2 -  Millennium One

Strand 3 - Millennium Two

Strand 4 -Millennium Three

Reserved Venue - Millennium 5

14:00 - 14:30

Bernard Stiegler as Philosopher of Education: Teaching, Technics, Resistance

Leading the Field, Leading Societies: A Global View of Philosophy of Education

From a mushroom at the end of the world to multipolicy tertiary environments: On the possibilities of academic life in the ruins of the university

Arendt’s banality of evil and the challenge of building ecological resistance.

Confronting the Seduction of Reduction

Emile Bojesen

Liz Jackson

Kirsten Locke

Sean Blenkinsop

David Beckett

14:30 - 15:00

Carceral Hauntings: Removal, Reconstruction, and the Building of an Education Nation

The   Impotentiality and the  Uniqueness  of the  Educational  Event:  A post-critical  approach  to Education with Giorgio  Agamben

Occupational Ethics Training for Sport Referees in Japan

Sabina Vaught

Aleksandra Glabinska Kelly

Tetsu Ueno

15:00 - 15:30

Haunted Ethics: Literature, Censorship, and Academic Disciplines

Neoliberalism, Freedom, and the Educational Relationship

The Headless Teacher: Professional Dishonour and the Fetish Object of Being a Good Teacher.

Elias Schwieler

Andrea Delaune

Matthew Barker

15:30 - 16:00

Afternoon Tea
Venue: Pre Function Foyer

Strand 1 - Mokoia

Strand 2 -  Millennium One

Strand 3 - Millennium Two

Strand 4 -Millennium Three

Reserved Venue - Millennium 5

16:00 - 16:30

Old Turkey Tom & Establishing a Philosophical Community of Inquiry for Aboriginal Students.

Ethics and Relational Ontologies: Philosophy as a method

Brewing hopeful possibilities with Freire in the era of fake news

Fair is foul, and foul is fair: Hover through the fog and filthy air. The uneven playing field that is Aotearoa New Zealand’s tertiary sector. A Wānanga insider’s perspective

Get hunted or haunted: Unpacking the philosophical debates of vocational trainers over developing students' employability skills while achieving competency

Matthew Wills

Marek Tesar

Bernadette Farrell

Richard Smith

Sonal Nakar

16:30 - 17:00

What Decolonial Education Can Learn from the Remains of an African Elephant: Reading Derrida’s beasty sovereignty and Perrault’s Descriptive Natural History against Paraphilia with other Species

Transnormativities: Reterritorializing Perceptions and Practice

Education, Politics and Film: A Freirean Analysis of The Wind hat Shakes the Barley

An Educational Philosophy for Good Leadership towards Global Peace and Prosperity

 
 

Zelia Gregoriou

And Pasley

Anne Celine McHugh

Ahmed Fadlalla

 

17:00 - 17:30

Normative Case Study: Aussie Rules? Resentment and refugees

A Hand on the Shoulder: Touch as a Posthuman Feminist Phenomenon

Education and advertising in the print media: a Freirean analysis of the Brazilian Literacy Movement (MOBRAL)

Educator as Provocateur: Confronting Metanarratives of Self/ Engaging with Metanarratives of "the other"

Daniella Forster

Simon Ceder

Monica Vahl

Charmaine Bright

17:45 - 19:00

Welcome Event and Book Celebration
Venue: Poolside

 

Sunday 9 December 2018

08:30 - 09:00

Registration
Venue: Pre Function Foyer

09:00 - 10:00

Keynote Presentation
Presentation Title: Brewing a Non-Dominant Professional Philosophy: Places, Peoples and Philosophies
Presenter: Professor Monika Kirloskar-Steinbach
Venue: Mokoia

10:00 - 1030

Morning Tea
Venue: Pre Function Foyer

Strand 1 - Mokoia

Strand 2 -  Millennium One

Strand 3 - Millennium Two

Strand 4 -Millennium Three

10:30 - 11:00

Witch-Hunting, Philosophy and the Demonising of Women in the Christian Tradition

Proposing a holistic inclusive education model for policy, curriculum and classroom development

Young people’s sensor-embedded smartphones are heralded as a “potential global solution” to their “global mental health problems”, the most significant of which - “mood disorders” - is predicted to be their leading disease burden by 2030. Do smartphones make possible the “data-mancy” of precision psychiatry by predicting and pre-empting mood disorder – or are they a conduit for algorithms as mood disorder pathogens?

Ritual and Education: The practice of rational charisma in Chinese Culture

Michael Peters

Christoph Teschers

Katie Wasson

Hongyan Chen

11:00 - 11:30

What life the early childhood teacher lives? Emilia questions the father

An analysis of the educational practice of Manabi

Educational possibilities brewed in the metaphysical laboratory of Virtual Reality

Matters of Perspective

Andrew Gibbons

Kayo Fujii

Rene Novak

Aristidis Galatis

11:30 - 12:00

Gender, Intra-action, and Interculturality: A Vehicle for Gender Response-Able Education

Peace Vibrations on the Island: ‘Yuimahruh’ and the Cultivation of American Military Spouses’ Spirit of Philanthropy in Okinawa

The spectre of the digital native

When More is Less:  Yesterday’s Futures and the Present of Agency

And Pasley

Kanako Ide

Peter Maslin

Gerald Argenton

12:00 - 13:00

Lunch
Venue: Pre Function Foyer

Strand 1 - Mokoia

Strand 2 -  Millennium One

Strand 3 - Millennium Two

Strand 4 -Millennium Three

13:00 - 13:30

Should we be widening the gap between teaching and research?

Justice and Inclusion:An ideal theory for a non-ideal world

Is the philosophical concept of hospitality relevant to considerations of flexible learning environments in schools?

Education for Nature and Place: Imagination and Practice of Environmental Education in Taiwan

Gert Biesta

Trish McMenamin

Leon Benade

I-Han Wang

13:30 - 14:00

The concept of Bildung as a normative space concept in educational empirical research

‘In military terms, we are just collateral damage’: School closures and symbolic violence

In the classroom or out of this world? An ontological comparison of virtual and personalised learning

Birthe Lund

Carol Mutch

Rachel Buchanan

14:00 - 14:30

Potentiality and antechamber in Dewey’s ‘The Relation of Theory to Practice’

The NCEA review: A portent of weakening curriculum accord?

Competing voices on children’s experiences of touchscreen devices in the cross-cultural context

Mike Bryant

Megan Lourie

Dandan Cao

14:30 - 15:00

Afternoon Tea
Venue: Pre Function Foyer

Strand 1 - Mokoia

Strand 2 -  Millennium One

Strand 3 - Millennium Two

Strand 4 -Millennium Three

15:00 - 15:30

“The experiential” as a basis for the construction of a new educational perspective in postgraduate studies. Talk about Foucault or Foucault through my experience.

Education for Madness?: Simone Weil’s Retrieval of the Ancient

FACES OF FEMINISM: Finding and facing otherness in the politics of feminism.

A Heideggerian focus on learning to teach: developing a philosophical perspective of teacher education

Antonio Saldivar Moreno

Kazuaki Yoda

Elizabeth Grierson

Alaster Douglas

15:30 - 16:30

Learning from the haunted Other: young voices exploring experiences of vices with regard to present day conceptions of virtues

Making Impossible Possible? ---- The Tension Between Inward-Looking Requirement And Outward-Looking Tendency In Ideological and Political Education In China

Talking backwards in a land without shadows

Slimer, slime, and a pedagogy of thingness

Olof Franck

Cong Lin

Sue Jowsey

Amy Sojot

16:30 - 17:00

Disturbing the Natural Order:  Implications for education

The Growth of the Self in the Globalising Era

Ethics of Initiative: The Empowering Kantian Spirit of Filipino Senior High School Teachers

Images in Pre-consciousness Based on Maritain's Theory of Artistic Creation and Art Education

Nesta Devine

Yuki Yamaguchi

Louise May Lim

Katia Lenehan

17:00 - 17:30

PESA AGM
Venue: Mokoia

19:00 - 23:00

Conference Dinner
Venue: Mokoia

   

    Monday 10 December 2018

08:00 - 09:00

Registration
Venue: Pre Function Foyer

09:00 - 10:00

Keynote Presentation
Presentation Title:
Presenter: Dr Albert Refiti
Venue: Millennium Five

10:00 - 1030

Morning Tea
Venue: Pre Function Foyer

Strand 2 -  Millennium Five

Strand 2 -  Millennium One

Strand 3 - Millennium Two

Strand 4 -Millennium Three

10:30 - 11:00

To see or be seen? The grounds of the place-based university

Shifting Tectonic Plates of Key Discourses in New Zealand Early Childhood Education Policy (1989-2017): A Critical Discourse Analysis at the Dawn of Change

Trust as the aim of education

Weak forms of attending to students’ mathematical work

Sean Sturm

Fiona Westbrook

Bruce Haynes

Caroline Yoon

11:00 - 11:30

Where nothing embraces all and something distances: African musical aesthetics expose Western estrangement from intrinsic human musicality

Being professional in Early Childhood Education: a genealogy

Peacebuilding Education in Posttruth Times: The Case of UN Higher Education Post-2016

“The stopped watch of attention” and The Turn of the Screw: Henry James, pedagogue

Eve Ruddock

Margaret Stuart

Kevin Kester

Judith Oakley Catton

11:30 - 12:00

Beyond fire and brimstone – ecological theory as a philosophical basis for education

Early childhood education explored through the work of Gustavo Gutierrez.

The concentric circles of civic education: A new approach

Going visiting: a pedagogy for cultivating generous judgements and possibilities

Robert Stratford

Emma Daly

Liz Jackson

Susan Plowright

12:00 - 13:00

Lunch
Venue: Pre Function Foyer

Strand 2 -  Millennium Five

Strand 2 -  Millennium One

Strand 3 - Millennium Two

Strand 4 -Millennium Three

13:00 - 13:30

Nature, Art and Education in East Asia

Here and Now: Rethinking philosophy of education

The Educational Implications of Analogical Thinking

A philosophical exploration of places and spaces: From human to post-human in Higher Education

Ruyu Hung

Torill Strand

Mika Okabe

Sonja Arndt

13:30 - 14:00

Contradictions and alternate perspectives applied to a philosophy of education.

Japanese animism and the philosophy of Inoue Enryō

Maurice Alford

Joff P.N. Bradley

14:00 - 14:30

Two conflicting visions of education and their consilience.

What’s haunting Taiwan’s efforts to re-shape education for indigenous peoples? Discussion of historical legacies and their impact on the country’s indigenous policy and law

Christopher Duncan

Yulia Nesterova

14:30 - 15:00

Afternoon Tea
Venue: Pre Function Foyer

Strand 2 -  Millennium Five

Strand 2 -  Millennium One

Strand 3 - Millennium Two

Strand 4 -Millennium Three

15:00 - 15:30

The Teacher’s Role as a Moral Model

The Taoist Non-competition Philosophy and Its Illuminations for Modern Education

Undercurrents, panic and Otherness: Shifting, bubbling and burning responses to increasing diversity in society

Disappearance, Ghosts, Zombies and Witches in Education in Aotearoa/New Zealand

Chia-Ling Wang

Fan Yang

Sonja Arndt

Brian Tweed

15:30 - 16:00

Beautiful Struggle: Past and Future Visions of Freedom in the Contestation Over Public Education in the United States

Summoning the suprematist spectre to education: Seeing and feeling the ‘I’

How “Difference Philosophy” by Gilles Deleuze Brewed a New Educational Diagram

Secrets from the crypt: Silencing and the New Zealand state education system

Damien Sojoyner

E. Jayne White

HungChi Yang

Liana MacDonald

16:00 - 16:30

Towards the acceptance of a social conscience university

Trust and Engagement in Intercultural Service-Learning

Tending the fire of radical democracy: constructing identities in resistance and embracing the Other through critically active citizenship

Giant's Kettles and Arctic Childhoods

Simon McLellan

Chak Pong Gordon TSUI

Maria Perreau

Simon Ceder

16:30 - 17:00

Conference Close
Venue: Millennium Five

Conference Programme is subject to change.