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Haines Lyon, Charlotte
Languages: English
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Subjects: B1, L1
This paper was presented at the Society for Women in Philosophy Conference 2016, Precarity, Rage and Reason. \ud It explores how my research project which sought to extend parental voice in a primary school, through the implementation of Community Philosophy, might actually have further contained voices, especially precarious voices. I explain how what might be seen as a problem has actually helped contribute to knowledge regarding the minutiae of parental voice within schools. Using the work of Wendy Brown, I explore how voices can be contained by the need to be creditworthy. Finally, I draw upon the work of Luce Irigaray and Jacques Rancière to suggest how we might counter such containment and move towards a model of dissensus and thus begin to understand parental voice and engagement differently.
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