Fields of study
Critical thinking in primary education
KriT is an interdisciplinary project aiming at developing educational models for critical thinking in primary education using children’s literature and news.
Bjerke, Mildrid (2023). The Busy Have No Time for Tears: Affect as Political Tool in Literary Studies. Emmett, Hilary; Lloyd, Christopher (Ed.). The Affects of Pedagogy in Literary Studies. Routledge.
Bjerke, Mildrid (2015). The Literature Study Guide: Mastering the Art of English?. Gildea, Niall; Goodwyn, Helena; Kitching, Megan; Tyson, Helen (Ed.). English Studies: The State of the Discipline, Past, Present, and Future. Chapter 2. p. 25-40. Palgrave Macmillan.
Bjerke, Mildrid (2015). Interested Disinterest: The Development of the Literature Study Guide. 199 p.
Bjerke, Mildrid (2019). A Case for Renegotiating 'Disinterest' in English Literary Studies. The Uses of Aesthetics. Karlstad University.
Bjerke, Mildrid (2019). Renegotiating Aesthetic Disinterest for the Literature Classroom. Art in Education – Building Partnerships with Artists, Schools, Young People and Communities. OsloMet.
Bjerke, Mildrid (2013). The Literature Study Guide: Mastering the Art of English?. The Art of English. Department of English, Queen Mary University.
Bjerke, Mildrid (2012). The Politics of Aesthetic Education: Matthew Arnold’s A Bible Reading for Schools and the Literature Study Guide. York English Graduate Student Conference. University of York.
Bjerke, Mildrid (2012). Interest Disinterest: The Development of the Literature Study Guide. Transforming Objects. Northumbria University.
Bjerke, Mildrid (2012). Cultural Value and Instrumentality: The Literature Study Guide as Descendant of Matthew Arnold’s Bible Reading for Schools. Victorian Value: Ethics, Economics, Aesthetics: British Association for Victorian Studies Conference 2012’. British Association for Victorian Studies.
Bjerke, Mildrid (2012). Interested Disinterest: The Continuous Problem of Liberal Humanist Discourse from Matthew Arnold to Martha Nussbaum. The Making of the Humanities III: Third International Conference on the History of the Humanities. Royal Netherlands Institute, Rome.
Bjerke, Mildrid (2011). Matthew Arnold’s 'Culture Cure' and the Development of the Literature Study Guide. Strange New Today: Postgraduate Victorian Studies Conference. University of Exeter.