Jacques Ranciere: Education, Truth, Emancipation
Title: Jacques Ranciere: Education, Truth, Emancipation
Authors: Charles Bingham, Jacques Rancière, Gert Biesta
Call Number: LB880.R352 B56 2010
Jacques Rancière: Education, Truth, Emancipationdemonstrates the importance of Rancière’s work for educational theory, and in turn, it shows just how central Rancière’s educational thought is to his work in political theory and aesthetics. Charles Bingham and Gert Biesta illustrate brilliantly how philosophy can benefit from Rancière’s particular way of thinking about education, and go on to offer their own provocative account of the relationship between education, truth, and emancipation. Including a new essay by Rancière himself, this book is a must-read for scholars of social theory and all who profess to educate.About the Authors:
Charles Bingham, Charles Bingham is Associate Professor of Education at Simon Fraser University, Canada. He is the author of Authority is Relational (SUNY Press, 2008) and Schools of Recognition (Roman and Littlefield, 2001) and co-editor of No Education Without Relation (Peter Lang, 2004).
Gert Biesta, Gert Biesta is Professor of Education at The Stirling Institute of Education, University of Stirling, UK, and Visiting Professor of Education and Democratic Citizenship at Mälardalen University, Sweden. He is editor-in-chief of Studies in Philosophy and Education. His publications include Derrida, Deconstruction and the Politics of Pedagogy (with Michael A. Peters, Peter Lang, 2009), Beyond Learning: Democratic Education for a Human Future (Paradigm Publishers, 2006), Pragmatism and Educational Research (with Nicholas C. Burbules, Rowman and Littlefield, 2003) and Derrida and Education (co-edited with Denise Egea-Kuehne, Routledge, 2001).
Jacques Ranciere, Jacques Rancière taught at the University of Paris VIII, France, from 1969 to 2000, occupying the Chair of Aesthetics and Politics from 1990 until his retirement.On the Web: