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Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 5, Number 3, December 2016

Editorial

Articles

Walking together: Shared authority and co-mentorship between two artists on the move
pp. 249-261(13)
Authors: Vaughan, Kathleen; Pyne Feinberg, Pohanna

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Educational policy and mentorship: Transforming classroom practice and assessment in the art class
pp. 263-272(10)
Authors: Filbin, Deborah N.; Boughton, Douglas G.

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A quest for sacred knowledge: Mentorship to partnership
pp. 273-290(18)
Authors: Black, Rebecka; Garber, Elizabeth; Neff, Yuwen Eryn; Sharma, Manisha

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Chasing ephemerality: Notes on doctoral mentoring and artistic collaboration
pp. 291-305(15)
Authors: Hafeli, Mary; Koo, Sohee

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Psychoanalysis in Build-A-Bear-Workshop®: Lacanian and Kristevan perspectives
pp. 307-315(9)
Authors: Hetrick, Laura J.; Livingston, Susan B.

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Adivasi aesthetic knowing: A duographic account
pp. 317-328(12)
Authors: Hickman, Richard; Sinha, Pallawi

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Exhibiting co-mentorship: An exploration of a mentor/mentee relationship in academe
pp. 329-336(8)
Authors: Huxhold, Dianna; Lackey, Lara

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Mentoring as a duoethnographic exhibition: Our journey as art museum researchers
pp. 337-351(15)
Authors: Love, Ann Rowson; Eudy, Victoria

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A transdisciplinary approach to mentoring through collaboration
pp. 353-367(15)
Authors: Manjon, Sonia BasSheva; Ndzuta, Akhona; Greene, Chloé; Sarkar, Kaustavi (Cos); Flores, Nicholas (Nic); Guo, Wen

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Mentoring: To ease one into something, something not yet one’s own
pp. 369-378(10)
Authors: O’Donoghue, Donal; Lenz Kothe, Elsa; Thomas, Kate; Berard, Marie-France; Smith, Blake; Ryoo, Anna

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‘Kids know about art’: Amplifying under-represented voices in art museums through mentorship
pp. 379-392(14)
Authors: Reid, Natasha S.; Cinquemani, Shana; Farrar, Chelsea

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The nest as metaphor: Reflections on mentoring, growth, and material culture
pp. 393-405(13)
Authors: Hur, Heesung; Ravisankar, Ramya; Smith-Shank, Deborah; Turk, Rebecca Baygents

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Writing ‘between-the-six’: Mentorship, distance and the co-construction of dissertation research
pp. 407-418(12)
Authors: Kee, Jessica Célèste; Lomeli, Hilario; Thatte, Asavari; Thompson, Christine Marmé; Powell, Kimberly A.; Carpenter, II, B. Stephen

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With relationship at the centre: Shared mentoring as a transformative experience
pp. 419-431(13)
Authors: Rex, Liz; Staikidis, Kryssi

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Commentary

The Performative Antics of assemblage pedagogy
pp. 451-455(5)
Authors: Lucero, Jorge; Garoian, Charles

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The dance of mentorship and intellectual partnership
pp. 457-459(3)
Authors: Bresler, Liora; Murray-Tiedge, Donna

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Interlude: Mentoring coexistence
pp. 461-464(4)
Authors: Carter, Mindy; Triggs, Valerie; Irwin, Rita L.

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What a trip! Reminiscing on 25 years working together
pp. 465-476(12)
Authors: Villeneuve, Pat; Love, Ann Rowson

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