by Hollie Mackenzie

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December 13, 2017

This creative activity is one of the series of games I have created and implemented during my post as Assistant Lecturer on the module PO314: Introduction to Political Theory at the University of Kent (2017/18). 

By adapting some of the art installations I created...

November 22, 2017

This creative activity is one of the series of games I have created and implemented during my post as Assistant Lecturer on the module PO314: Introduction to Political Theory at the University of Kent (2017/18). 

Inspired by the Privilege Walk exercise,[1...

November 1, 2017

This creative activity is one of the series of games I have created and implemented during my post as Assistant Lecturer on the module PO314: Introduction to Political Theory at the University of Kent (2017/18). 

In the festive spirit of Halloween, I prov...

October 11, 2017

This activity is one of the series of games I have created and implemented during my post as Assistant Lecturer on the module PO314: Introduction to Political Theory at the University of Kent (2017/18).

Drawing inspiration from the small group exercise Compete...

October 4, 2017

This creative activity is one of the series of games I have created and implemented during my post as Assistant Lecturer on the module PO314: Introduction to Political Theory at the University of Kent (2017/18). 

Deriving from the game Rotating Corpse, this drawing...

September 16, 2016

For our intervention, entitled "Fuck Excellence: Constructing a Joyous Pedagogy," at Joyful Ontologies, a workshop by the social theory centre and the warwick performance and politics network at Warwick University, Conor and I presented a diet version of LEP III. The f...

June 14, 2016

Throughout my PhD GRTS presentation, I presented my PhD drawings (in the previous blog post) in order to visually explain what I was talking about. I explained that I was playing with clichés in the drawings, but asked the audience to feel free to draw their own sketch...

December 4, 2015

This workshop involved a creative drawing exchange exercise inspired by the ideas the participants' had about the definition of exchange. The instructions were as follows:

1) Draw a definition of exchange (a symbol / object / action etc.) using the black marke...

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