Baldacchino, J. Diggle, J. 2017. Doing art’s elastic narrative(s): Risk and unlearning as art’s pedagogical practice. 8th ELIA Academy. What’s going on Here? Exploring Elasticity in Teaching and Learning in the Arts. Central St Martins, London, United Kingdom. 5 July.
Baldacchino, J. 2017. An equality that excludes: Art, education and the dialectic of emancipation. Global Inequality, Global Education Conference. School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison, April 7.
Baldacchino, J. 2016. Busoni and Boccioni: Artists, radicals and teachers of Modernism. The European Conference on Educational Research Leading Education: The Distinct Contributions of Educational Research and Researchers. 23 - 26 August, Dublin.
Baldacchino, J. 2016. Resemblance, Choice, and the Hidden: Mediterranean Aesthetics and the Political “Logics” of an Uncolonial Subjective Economy. Critically Mediterranean Roundtable Symposium, Dartmouth College, November 4-5.
Baldacchino, J. 2015. A chiasmic affair. Key note Lecture. 3rd Encounter on Practices of Research in Arts Education. Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Porto.
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Baldacchino, J. 2015. Painting Maxine’s Murals: Freedom and the aesthetic imaginary in a period of transition. Keynote Lecture The Middle Atlantic States Philosophy of Education Society. 2015 Annual Conference. Guttman Community College Centre at CUNY, New York. February 7.
Baldacchino, J. 2015. Resemblance, choice and the hidden: The Mediterranean and the political “logics” of an uncolonial subjective economy. Thalassic Imaginaries: the Mediterranean Sea in Language, Art and Other forms of representation. 23-24 January. Mediterranean Institute. University of Malta. Msida, Malta.
Baldacchino, J. 2014. Art’s democratic practice beyond redemptive models of education, American Educational Research Association annual meeting, Philadelphia, USA, April 3 to April 7, 2014
Baldacchino, J. 2013. Subjective forms and undidactic mediation: Art, experience and subjectivity in Lukács and Dewey. The 5th Annual Bergen Educational Conversation: Self, Identity, Subject: Reconsidering the ‘who’ of Education. Bergen Academy of Art and Design, Bergen, Norway. 23 –24 September.
Baldacchino, J. 2013. «The working class will go to heaven!» Leaving education’s polis in search of a politics of autonomy. Philosophy of Education Society (USA) Conference. Portland, Oregon. United States. March 16.
Baldacchino, J. & Chircop J. 2012. Revolution and the politics of imagination: the aesthetics of revolution. [La Révolution et la politique de l’imagination: l’esthétique de la revolution]. IIIrd International Symposium of the Tunisian-Mediterranean Association for Historical, Social and Economic Studies. Monastir, Tunisia. 28-30 November.
Baldacchino, J. 2012. Forget the flow of creation! Democracy as art’s educed dispute. 3rd IJADE and NSEAD Research Conference 2012. Liverpool John Moores Art and Design Academy. England. 19-20 October.
Baldacchino, J. 2012. Educing Art’s Indescribable Practice. Four theses on the impossibility of arts research. Research on Arts Education: Discomforts and Urgencies. European Educational Research Association Conference. University of Cádiz. Spain. 20 September.
Baldacchino, J. 2012. The virtue of art’s extents: Sustaining a product that refuses to be produced. Art’s Virtual Extents. On the practices of research and teaching in contemporary creative arts. University College Falmouth, Cornwall England. May 24.
Baldacchino, J. 2012. Investment And The Divested Métiers Of Arts Education. Philosophy of Education Society (USA) Conference. Pittsburgh. United States. March 26.
Baldacchino, J. 2012. Sharing the Paradox: How ‘Mediterranean’ is Mediterranean Aesthetics? College Arts Association 100th Annual Conference. Los Angeles. United States. Wednesday, February 22.
Baldacchino, J. 2011. Doing Arts Pedagogy. Students as Partners in Learning Conference, University College Falmouth, UK. December 13.
Baldacchino, J. 2011. Caging the Cuts (With Apologies to Mr Cage!). Reviewing (3) Blackmountain College: John Cage's Circle of Influence, University of North Carolina Asheville, October 8.
Baldacchino, J., Biesta, G., Bingham C. 2011. Jacques Rancière: Education, Truth, Emancipation (Book Panel) Philosophy of Education Society (USA) Conference, St Louis Missouri. March 25.
Baldacchino, J. 2010. ‘Is the (historical) Party over? Labour, the Left and the “moral question”.’ Revisiting Labour History. Aula Magna, University of Malta, Valletta. October 1st.
Baldacchino, J. 2008. What lies beyond the Bauhaus? The political ‘logic’ of college art pedagogy. College Art Association (CAA) Annual Convention. Dallas.
Baldacchino, J. & jagodzinsky, jan. 2008. Arts Class, Social Class: Returning The Political to Contemporary Art Education. National Art Education Association convention, New Orleans.
Baldacchino, J. 2008. Critical Theory As Studio Pedagogy: Contemporary Art's Critical Challenge To Art Schools. National Art Education Association convention, New Orleans.
Baldacchino, J. 2007. Art’s Political Anomaly: “Impasse” As Revolution. 33rd Annual Conference of Social Theory Politics and Art, 11-13 October, New York University, New York. City.
Baldacchino, J. 2007. Art’s Deschooled Education: A Revaluation of Art Education in View of Contemporary Art. National Art Education Association Annual Convention, New York City, 16 March.
Baldacchino, J. 2006. Between The Ironic And The Irenic: Is happiness “suspended” in contemporary art?, the 11th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Phenomenology, Aesthetics, and Fine Arts. Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts, May 26-27.
Baldacchino, J. 2006. Art’s transient illusion: word, image and space in the work of Antoni Tàpiez. The Scottish Word and Image Group International Conference, University of Dundee, Scotland 12-13 May.
Baldacchino, J. 2006. Practice’s perversion of praxis: art, education and the sociology of knowledge. Ways of Knowing in Educational Research Conference, Teachers College Columbia University, New York City, March 3rd.
Baldacchino, J. 2005. Politics as Research. Ways of Doing: Exploring the Methodological boundaries of research in the Arts and Humanities Symposium. Teachers College Columbia University, New York City, 7th November.
Baldacchino, J. 2005. Art after beauty: values before standards. International Society for Phenomenology, Aesthetics, & Fine Arts, 10th Annual Conference. Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts, May 27-28.
Baldacchino, J. & Sullivan, Graeme. 2005. Doing art, making philosophy. National Art Education Association Convention March 7. Boston, Massachusetts.
Baldacchino, J. 2004. ‘Between illusions: Art’s argument for Reality. Annual Meeting of the International Society for Phenomenology, Aesthetics, and Fine Arts with the theme Human Creation Between Reality And Illusion, Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts, May 14-15.
Baldacchino, J. 2003. The covergent “I”: Empathy as an aesthetic category. Annual Meeting of the International Society for Phenomenology, Aesthetics, and Fine Arts, World Phenomenology Institute. Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts, May 16-18.
Baldacchino, J. & Diggle, Jeremy. 2003. Culture and the Reliquarium: Identity, the visual and truth. Culture Incorporated: Bodies Technologies Habitats, Cultural Studies Association of Australia Conference, December 6-8. University of Canterbury, New Zealand.
Baldacchino, J. & Euba, Akin. 2003. Post-Diasporic Homecomings: Myth or Possibility? Music of the African Diaspora Conference and Festival, Churchill College, Cambridge University, United Kingdom, 1-4 August.
Baldacchino, J. 2003. Critical Theory and the rising Hybridity within the Visual Arts. Teachers’ Academy, European League of the Institutes of the Arts, Institut del Teatre and Escola Massana, Barcelona, Spain, 8-12 July.
Baldacchino, J. 2002. Culture as jocular repetition: “use” beyond mechanical utility. Ute Culture: the utility of culture and the uses of cultural studies, Cultural Studies Association of Australia Conference, December 5-7, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Baldacchino, J. 2002. Modernity’s Children: Rousseau’s L’enfant au polichinelle (1903) and Carrà’s Ricordi d’Infanzia (1916). 9th Annual International Aberdeen Word and Image Conference, University of Aberdeen, Scotland 11 May.
Baldacchino, J. 2001. Thalassic Makings: Angelopoulos, Ungaretti and Kavafis. 8th Annual Aberdeen International Word and Image, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, 11-12 May.
Baldacchino, J. 2000. Aesthetics contra Aesthetics: The discursive challenge of multiculturism. 6th Biennial International Symposium and Festival on the Theme ‘New Intercultural Music’, University of London Institute of Education, London, 17 April.
Baldacchino, J. 1998. Prolegomena for a Future Revolution: Pier Paolo Pasolini, Che Guevara and Teresa d’Avila. Coming Down Fast Conference, Wolverhampton University, United Kingdom, 11 July.