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  1. Beyond Dialogue: From Conformity to Liberating Learning Philomena Essed Antioch University, PhD Program in Leadership and Change

  2. Overvaluation of Cognitive intellect • Merit and Measurement culture • Conformity and Homogeneity

  3. Liberating Learning • From Merit to Human Dignity

  4. Conformity culture in Corporate Academia

  5. Conformity culture excludes those who not fit a standardized image of the professional intellectual

  6. Non-conformity • Reflection • Experience • Liberation

  7. Reflection (critical understanding of culture and power) • and Experiential learning (relating own experience to theory/research) • as a basis for Liberating growth (integrating individuality and connectivity)

  8. Experience needs a place in academia: learning is permanent and multifaceted

  9. Liberating faculty from measurement culture

  10. Different approach to academia and scholarship Whole person central: Multiple experiences and identifications

  11. No faculty or student profile (no measurement and fitting into a pre-shaped model) • Critical reflections on (own) cultures and power • Non-conformity automatically attracts diversity in all respects • Experiential learning (cognitive, social, emotional) • Meritocracy nurtures standardization and homogenization • Homogeneity is a myth – no human being exactly the same as another • ‘Other’ is a myth: no human being/group is totally different from others • (Shared) Experience and empathy as a basis for human connectivity • Leading students and learning can/should be liberating for all parties involved