Monthly Archives: December 2015


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Looking back on this past semester, I feel glad that almost all students in our liberal studies undergraduate programme, whether pursuing a Physics or Economics major, expressed excitement at having enrolled in Creative Expressions, a curricular component that engages students in arts and aesthetic explorations along with physical practice.  Having entered the programme with […]

Art, Politics, Perception by Kaustuv Roy







At the second international seminar on Philosophy of Education, 2014, organized by The Azim Premji University in Bangalore, Professor Stephen De Giulio  made a presentation titled, ‘Power and Aesthetics: Rabindranath Tagore’s Decolonizing Pedagogy”.  During the presentation, he asked the audience to think of themselves as teachers who had small children […]

Aesthetic Explorations in higher education: An illustration



The September 2012 issue of Learning Curve was dedicated to the topic of the arts in school education. Learning Curve is a publication of the Azim Premji Foundation, an organization working in education in India. Brimming with a variety of reflective accounts and images of children’s creations, this issue is a delightful glimpse into […]

Learning Curve: The arts in school education