Editor’s Note: When Kevin Killian is not writing novels (Shy, 1989 and Arctic Summer, 1997), memoirs (Bedrooms Have Windows, 1990), volumes of short stories (Little Men, 1996, I Cry Like a Baby, 2001 and Impossible Princess, 2009), books of poetry (Argento Series, 2001 and Action Kylie, 2008), biographies, exhibition essays, plays (over 30 to date), curating, editing, publishing zines and taking “intimate photographs of men with big genitals” (which may be seen in his book, Tagged, to be published next spring),…he is writing Amazon reviews.
What is an alternative pedagogy? What is it an alternative to? Put another way: How does one learn to teach differently? How does one learn to teach with and through difference or even despite of difference? Over the next few months we are featuring a series of articles focused on alternative pedagogy and related topics.
Mary Wang reviews three exhibitions in New York this year that ask: how can care be made visible? https://t.co/HmAOtp0V4j