The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education (JSTAE) serves as an alternative voice for the field of art education through the promotion of scholarly research that addresses social issues, action, and transformation as well as creative methods of research and writing.

The JSTAE is the official journal of the Caucus on Social Theory & Art Education which is an Issues Group of the NAEA National Art Education Association.

Vol 33 (2013): PreOccupy/Maximum Occupancy

Table of Contents


PreOccupy/Maximum Occupancy PDF Doc
Kryssi Staikidis i-vii


This is What Democracy Looks Like: Art and the Wisconsin Uprising PDF DOC
Kim Cosier 1-20
Anonymous: The Occupy Movement and the Failure of Representational Democracy PDF DOC
jan jagodzinski 21-37
Poetic Occupations: The Artist as Narrator Protagonist PDF Doc
Jack Richardson 38-52
Craft as Activism PDF Doc
Elizabeth Garber 53-66
Feminist Zines: (Pre)Occupations of Gender Identity, Politics, and Digital Cultures PDF Doc
Courtney Lee Weida 67-85
(Pre)determined Occupations: The Postcolonial Hybridizing of Identity and Art Forms in Third World Spaces PDF Doc
Amanda Alexander, Manisha Sharma 86-104
Hosting the Occupation of Art Education as Aporia PDF Doc
Nadine M. Kalin 105-117
Big Gay Church: Religion, Religiosity, and Visual Culture PDF Doc
James H. Sanders III, Kim Cosier, Mindi Rhoades, Courtnie Wolfgang, Melanie G. Davenport 118-135

Volume 33: PreOccupy/Maximum Occupancy

PreOccupy/Maximum Occupancy PDF

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The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education