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The Radical Pedagogies of François Bon and Jacques Rancière /

Oliver Davis

This article interrogates contemporary writer François Bon's conception of the creative writing workshop in the light of work by political philosopher Jacques Rancière on intellectual emancipation. Bon's radical programme, based on over twenty years' experience as one of France's leading practitio... Full description

PPN (Katalog-ID): fidlizenzen_muse_379214
Journal Title: French Studies: A Quarterly Review
Main Author: Davis, Oliver
Format: Electronic Article
Jahr: 2010
In: French Studies: A Quarterly Review Vol. 64, Issue 2 (2010-04-18), pp.178-191
ISSN: 1468-2931
0016-1128
Physical Description: 14 Seiten
Links: Full text

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