This piece is a review of Natalie Loveless’s How to Make Art at the End of the World: A Manifesto for Research-Creation (2019). Poetic responses frame a more traditionally structured review. In her book, Loveless draws upon a diverse combination of theories to collage an argument for a care-full ethic in the increasingly neoliberal university. Her manifesto positions research-creation as an opportunity to reframe the narrative of research and pedagogy by going beyond what we study and attend to questions of how and why.
- poetic response,
- higher education,
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