Intersections: artistry and narrative in intercultural and educational research

Intersections: artistry and narrative in intercultural and educational research Conference Paper

Knowledge Intersections: Exploring the Research of Central Australia

  • Author(s): Lovell, Judith
  • Published: 2017

Abstract: The experience of artistry and narrative in research is a key methodological concern of the artist and the researcher, whose work occurs in and beyond an intersection of educational and cultural narratives, in intercultural contexts. Through the management of multi-modal data this intersection has informed the design of a book that stands as one record of the artist’s work communicated through story, biography and painting about the Eastern Arrernte homelands, and her life lived there. In a separate process, the same data set is used in the design of a methodological framework for multi-modal data-driven research, presented in a PhD research format. Two of the trajectories that lead into and beyond this intersection include the Eastern Arrernte premise that maintaining public customary knowledge of the homelands is essential to sustain future generations, and the research premise that the role of artistry and narrative as pedagogy and as data is a compelling adjunct to educational inquiry.

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Lovell, Judith, 2017, Intersections: artistry and narrative in intercultural and educational research, Conference Paper, viewed 20 July 2019, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=11206.

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