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Zines as Vehicles for Critical Pedagogy    presented by Jenna Freedman      College Book Art Association            Annual...
Critical Pedagogy"Habits of thought, reading, writing, and speaking whichgo beneath surface meaning, first impressions, do...
ZinesDerived from the words "magazine" and "fanzine,"zines are usually low-budget self-distributed self-publications, moti...
Danger! Hole #2 by Lucy Doyle.August 2007. Lincoln Park, NJ.Zines D695dCover image used with permission.
Queerean by Yumi. December    2000. Cambridge, MA.Zines Y85qCover image used with   permission.
Empower: a Young M’s Guide to Taking Co, edited byAllison Crews.2001? ZinesC749eEditordeceased.Statement inzineencouragesr...
Evolution of a Raceby Mimi ThiNguyen.1997.Berkeley,CA.Zines N584eCover imageused withpermission.
Cupsize, #5 by SashaCagen and TaraNeedham. New York,NY. 1996.Zines C75Page image used withpermission.
• Approximately one million zine topics not  discussed in the five examples, including  – fat empowerment  – womens self-d...
sOther women’s zine collections• Duke University:  Sallie Bingham Center for Women’  sHistory and Culture• London Metropol...
Archivists as activists• How do collections of radical materials come  to exist?• Archivists as creators/facilitators• Arc...
Contacts & credits• http://zines.barnard.edu• zines@barnard.edu• http://lowereastsidelibrarian.info/talks/2013/book• Barna...
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Zines as Vehicles for Critical Pedagogy

  1. 1. Zines as Vehicles for Critical Pedagogy presented by Jenna Freedman College Book Art Association Annual Meeting Yale University, January 2012
  2. 2. Critical Pedagogy"Habits of thought, reading, writing, and speaking whichgo beneath surface meaning, first impressions, dominantmyths, official pronouncements, traditional clichés,received wisdom, and mere opinions, to understand thedeep meaning, root causes, social context, ideology, andpersonal consequences of any action, event, object,process, organization, experience, text, subject matter,policy, mass media, or discourse."Shor, Ira. (1992). Empowering education: Critical teaching for socialchange. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press.
  3. 3. ZinesDerived from the words "magazine" and "fanzine,"zines are usually low-budget self-distributed self-publications, motivated by a desire for self-expression,not for profit. They are generally informed by anarcho-punk politics and aesthetics.
  4. 4. Danger! Hole #2 by Lucy Doyle.August 2007. Lincoln Park, NJ.Zines D695dCover image used with permission.
  5. 5. Queerean by Yumi. December 2000. Cambridge, MA.Zines Y85qCover image used with permission.
  6. 6. Empower: a Young M’s Guide to Taking Co, edited byAllison Crews.2001? ZinesC749eEditordeceased.Statement inzineencouragesreproduction.(Ha ha.)
  7. 7. Evolution of a Raceby Mimi ThiNguyen.1997.Berkeley,CA.Zines N584eCover imageused withpermission.
  8. 8. Cupsize, #5 by SashaCagen and TaraNeedham. New York,NY. 1996.Zines C75Page image used withpermission.
  9. 9. • Approximately one million zine topics not discussed in the five examples, including – fat empowerment – womens self-defense – sex work – teen rights – Palestine – radical mental health – personal issues
  10. 10. sOther women’s zine collections• Duke University: Sallie Bingham Center for Women’ sHistory and Culture• London Metropolitan University: The Women’s Library from Sallie Bingham Center website Image• Smith College: Sophia Smith Collection• Tulane University: Newcomb College Center for Research on Women
  11. 11. Archivists as activists• How do collections of radical materials come to exist?• Archivists as creators/facilitators• Archivists making collections accessible (archival research is hard!)• Administrators and grant writers finding us the $
  12. 12. Contacts & credits• http://zines.barnard.edu• zines@barnard.edu• http://lowereastsidelibrarian.info/talks/2013/book• Barnard Zine Library banner section of Rock Out: Ideas on Booking DIY Shows zine cover. Used with permission.

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