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Topics relating to critical literacy
 
Of course there are many types of "literacy" which again points to the difficulty that ensues when we try to divide things, including the various disciplines. For now, I include multiple forms of literacy in this section.
 
 

This is an interesting article by Tim Barnett:
 

 

[PDF] PRESEntAtIOnS, REPRESEntAtIOnS And RE-PRESEntAtIOnS In ARtS-BASEd RESEARCh

A CUtChER - … and ways for doing, reporting, and discussing research …, 2013

... the forms I use (painting, digital forms, printmaking, poetry and cre- ative writing) when discussing
the research and its representational form. Recent conference work has been performed as staged
storytelling with digital installa- tions (Cutcher, 2011), bricolage of poetry, image ...


 
Big Deal-Catch Up 
“As a child I wanted so desperately for magic to be real. I would work for hours collecting what I hoped were just the right combination of ingredients to make some type of magic potion that would provide me with special powers….I found such magic in words viewed in a postformal matrix and I observe and practice that magic everyday.” (Kincheloe, 2006, Reading, Writing, Thinking, p. 13)
 
 
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