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Cathy Davidson on Unlearning

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Earlier today I came across a tweet from a person (@riverblindmusic) in New Zealand who said that my post the other day (To Unlearn Learn to Disenthrall) was keeping him (or her) awake as he wrote a new song based on the word. At the time, I thought it was just a cool example of how new social media is making random connections. But, after watching this insightful video (posted below) by Cathy Davidson, it got me thinking that my pleasure in the serendipitous connection is actually something much more profound.

As I think about this, I invite you to watch the six-minute video by Ms. Davidson. To tease you fellow unlearners here are two quotes taken from the interview:

"You're in a deep pool and you're not even close to touching the bottom."

"We must go through a huge, massive process of unlearning."

One thought on “Cathy Davidson on Unlearning”

  1. Thanks for the shout-out! I’m at http://www.hastac.org (“haystack”), a virtual network, mostly of academics who think learning should be as exciting inside the classroom as it is in all of our daily, connected lives.

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