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We live in an era where the university system is undergoing great changes owing to developments in financing policies and research priorities, as well as changes in the society in which this system is embedded. This change toward a more market-oriented university, which also has immediate effects in academic peripheries such as the Balkans, the Middle East, or South-East A We live in an era where the university system is undergoing great changes owing to developments in financing policies and research priorities, as well as changes in the society in which this system is embedded. This change toward a more market-oriented university, which also has immediate effects in academic peripheries such as the Balkans, the Middle East, or South-East Asia, is of great influence for the pedagogical practice of "less profitable" academic areas such as the Humanities: philosophy, languages, sociology, anthropology, history. This volume (presented in a dual-language English-Albanian edition) comprises papers culled from continent. journal's Pedagogies of Disaster conference held in Tirana, Albania, hosted by The Department of Eagles (Departamenti i Shqiponjave) in June 2013, and organized to address the fate of relation and the future of pedagogical practice in the University, and especially as it concerns the humanities. The papers gathered here seek to address the infrastructural or interpersonal changes in the modes of production as it relates to current academia, examining the elements and spaces of the rifts opening up in the polis of the University-its students, professors and administrators. The volume further addresses the pedagogical horizon at a critical limit, asking: for whom or for what are we teaching and from whom or from what are we learning? Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei - Opening // Christopher Fynsk - A Pedagogy on the Verge of Disaster // Oliver Feltham - Desocializing the School: Education and the Action-Zone // Adam Staley Groves - Sandy Hook University: Poetic Violence, Scope, and Style of Imagination // Julia Holzl - A Call for Thinking (The Disaster) // John Van Houdt - The Rhetoric of Disaster: Surviving the End of the Humanities // Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei - A Passion for Yes: Coming Out and Affirmation // Edith Doron - Welcoming the Stranger: From Social Inclusion to Exilic Education // Urok Shirhan - Occupy Baghdad: On the Occupation of Images // Jonas Staal - Art After Democratism: The Pedagogy of the New World Summit // Katharina Stadler - "Reading on Disaster" Intervention: Imaginaries in Participatory Artistic Practice // Manifesto for Education in Albania // Andreas Vrahimis - Philosophy and Humanistic Education: J.S. Mill's Catastrophic Pedagogy // Matthew Charles - Walter Benjamin and the Inhumanities: Towards a Pedagogical Anti-Nietzscheanism // Nico Jenkins - Philosophy beyond the Peras: Thinking with/in the Periphery // Justin Joque - Cyber-Catastrophe: Towards a New Pedagogy of Entropy // Tijana Stevanovic - Faculty in Withdrawal: Not To Know and the Uncertainties of Self-Institutionalization // Denisa Kera - On Prototypes: Should We Eat Mao's Pear, Sail Saint-Exupery's Boat, Drink with Heidegger's Pitcher, or Use Nietzsche's Hammer to Respond to the Crisis? // Sina Badiei - The Necessity of Education: Or How Can One Still Be an Althusserian in the Wake of Badiou? // Nick Skiadopoulos - The University Must Be Transcended // Judith Balso - Compter sur l'impossible inexistant / To Rely on the Inexistent Impossible Constitution of Happiness // Jonida Gashi - Translator's Note


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We live in an era where the university system is undergoing great changes owing to developments in financing policies and research priorities, as well as changes in the society in which this system is embedded. This change toward a more market-oriented university, which also has immediate effects in academic peripheries such as the Balkans, the Middle East, or South-East A We live in an era where the university system is undergoing great changes owing to developments in financing policies and research priorities, as well as changes in the society in which this system is embedded. This change toward a more market-oriented university, which also has immediate effects in academic peripheries such as the Balkans, the Middle East, or South-East Asia, is of great influence for the pedagogical practice of "less profitable" academic areas such as the Humanities: philosophy, languages, sociology, anthropology, history. This volume (presented in a dual-language English-Albanian edition) comprises papers culled from continent. journal's Pedagogies of Disaster conference held in Tirana, Albania, hosted by The Department of Eagles (Departamenti i Shqiponjave) in June 2013, and organized to address the fate of relation and the future of pedagogical practice in the University, and especially as it concerns the humanities. The papers gathered here seek to address the infrastructural or interpersonal changes in the modes of production as it relates to current academia, examining the elements and spaces of the rifts opening up in the polis of the University-its students, professors and administrators. The volume further addresses the pedagogical horizon at a critical limit, asking: for whom or for what are we teaching and from whom or from what are we learning? Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei - Opening // Christopher Fynsk - A Pedagogy on the Verge of Disaster // Oliver Feltham - Desocializing the School: Education and the Action-Zone // Adam Staley Groves - Sandy Hook University: Poetic Violence, Scope, and Style of Imagination // Julia Holzl - A Call for Thinking (The Disaster) // John Van Houdt - The Rhetoric of Disaster: Surviving the End of the Humanities // Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei - A Passion for Yes: Coming Out and Affirmation // Edith Doron - Welcoming the Stranger: From Social Inclusion to Exilic Education // Urok Shirhan - Occupy Baghdad: On the Occupation of Images // Jonas Staal - Art After Democratism: The Pedagogy of the New World Summit // Katharina Stadler - "Reading on Disaster" Intervention: Imaginaries in Participatory Artistic Practice // Manifesto for Education in Albania // Andreas Vrahimis - Philosophy and Humanistic Education: J.S. Mill's Catastrophic Pedagogy // Matthew Charles - Walter Benjamin and the Inhumanities: Towards a Pedagogical Anti-Nietzscheanism // Nico Jenkins - Philosophy beyond the Peras: Thinking with/in the Periphery // Justin Joque - Cyber-Catastrophe: Towards a New Pedagogy of Entropy // Tijana Stevanovic - Faculty in Withdrawal: Not To Know and the Uncertainties of Self-Institutionalization // Denisa Kera - On Prototypes: Should We Eat Mao's Pear, Sail Saint-Exupery's Boat, Drink with Heidegger's Pitcher, or Use Nietzsche's Hammer to Respond to the Crisis? // Sina Badiei - The Necessity of Education: Or How Can One Still Be an Althusserian in the Wake of Badiou? // Nick Skiadopoulos - The University Must Be Transcended // Judith Balso - Compter sur l'impossible inexistant / To Rely on the Inexistent Impossible Constitution of Happiness // Jonida Gashi - Translator's Note

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