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2018 NASSS Annual Conference
Sport Soundtrack: Sport, Music, & Culture
Friday, November 2 • 8:00am - 9:15am
Sensuous Methodologies: Using Music & Film to (In)Form Pedagogy & Research

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Music, beats, rhythm, images, and film engage our senses in deep ways. In this session, we seek papers that use music and film both to inform pedagogy and research and/or use research and pedagogy to create new mashups, mixes, and styles of music and film. Hickey-Moody’s Manifesto (2016) points towards using inventive ways of “remaking subjects in and through research” as a way to “change subjects.” (p. 172). Combining, designing, and creating something new is central to feminist new-materialists approaches. Guiding questions for this session might be: How can researchers engage with music and/or film-based creative arts enquiry to develop knowledge and social change through sensuous methodologies? What kinds of technical competence do researchers need to engage as auteurs? How can students, inside and outside of class, in collaboration with others in the learning group (peers, teachers, friends), remake and reconsider materials to produce new knowledge that is meaningful to them?

Speakers
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Michael Friedman

Reflections on critical pedagogy after the death of Jordan McNair, University of Maryland, College Park
On June 13, 2018, University of Maryland sophomore Jordan McNair died from complications from heatstroke following a dangerously-intense football practice. Media investigations found a football program to have a “toxic culture” of humiliation, abuse, fear and intimidation, and... Read More →
CV

Cathy van Ingen

Brock University
BP

Brett Pardy

Unsettling Fandom: Disrupting Appeals to Settler Emotions in National Hockey League Broadcasting, McGill University
Tuck and Yang (2012) emphasize that “decolonization is not a metaphor”, warning decolonization necessarily entails repatriation and reorienting settler relationships to the land. Yet in being a fan of professional sports, colonization is, often, the metaphor – beyond that teams... Read More →
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Maura Rosenthal

Professor, Bridgewater State University
 
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Natalie Welch

The Significance of Giving Back Among Native American Athletes, Linfield College
The Native American athlete remains invisible and hidden amongst the perpetuation of Native American mascots. Society is more likely to think of a Native American as a mascot than an actual person, let alone an athlete (King, 2005). Media coverage of Native American athletes is often... Read More →

Moderators
CV

Cathy van Ingen

Brock University
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Maura Rosenthal

Professor, Bridgewater State University
 


Friday November 2, 2018 8:00am - 9:15am PDT
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