From Ethnocentrism to Transculturalism: A Film Studies Pedagogical Journey

  • Yeates H
  • McVeigh M
  • Van Hemert T
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Abstract

 This study reviews the exploratory implementation of an ‘internationalising the curriculum’ policy in relation to a cultural studies unit within a Creative Industries Faculty at an Australian university. Charting certain pedagogical practices in the delivery of transnational film studies, this case study involves a critical, contextual examination of student feedback as well as current theories about transcultural curricula in general and film studies curricula in particular. The study shows that tertiary students can be provided with an extraordinarily rich range of differing, sometimes conflicting, but always engaging transcultural insights and understandings.  It is further argued that transnational competencies may be developed and enabled through the innovative realisation of a type of ‘border crossing’ pedagogical model, largely by foregrounding transcultural ‘affective’ issues around social justice.

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Yeates, H., McVeigh, M., & Van Hemert, T. (1970). From Ethnocentrism to Transculturalism: A Film Studies Pedagogical Journey. Cultural Studies Review, 17(2). https://doi.org/10.5130/csr.v17i2.2008

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