“React with more than stunned silence”: A response to Art, culture, and pedagogy edited by Dustin Garnet and Anita Sinner

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Heather McLeod
Abena Boachie

Abstract

Book response: Art, culture, and pedagogy: Revisiting the work of F. Graeme Chalmers. Dustin Garnet and Anita Sinner (Eds.) Leiden, The Netherlands, Brill/Sense, 2019, 286 pp., ISBN: 978-90-04-39007-2


Keywords: Art education; Cultural pluralism; Cultural colonialism; Multiculturalism.


 

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References

Chalmers, F. G. (1995). European ways of talking about the art of northwest coast first nations.The Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 15(1), 113-127.

Chalmers, F. G. (1995). Art education as global education. In R. MacGregor (Ed.), Thinking Globally about the Arts in Education (pp. 23-32). Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia.

Chalmers, F. G. (1999). Cultural colonialism and art education: Eurocentric and racist roots ofart education. In D. Boughton & R. Mason (Eds.), Beyond multicultural art education: International perspectives (pp. 173- 184). Münster, Berlin & New York, NY: Waxman.

Chalmers, F. G. (2000). Art education in “Indian” residential schools in British Columbia. Canadian Review of Art Education/Revue canadienne d’éducation artistique, 27(1), 21-35.