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Becoming earth : a post human turn in educational discourse collapsing nature/culture divides

Author: Anne Reinertsen
Publisher: Rotterdam, The Netherlands : Sense Publishers, [2016]
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Becoming earth is about how we can write and tell stories in a way that allows us to collaborate and be stewards and partners of the (natural) world - our earth - rather than dominators of it. That is what this assemblage is about: about trying to take seriously the minor politics of sensing, experimenting with questions of attending and attuning to difference, contestation, nomadism, relationality, and permeability  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anne Reinertsen
ISBN: 9463004270 9789463004275 9463004289 9789463004282
OCLC Number: 938360128
Description: vi, 175 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Becoming earth: a new materialism turn in educational discourses collapsing nature culture divides or greenish post-anthroposcene humanities / Anne B. Reinertsen --
Qualitative inquiry and the measuring apparatus / Jodi Kaufmann --
Killing the mother? Butler after Barad in feminist (post) qualitative research / Patti Lather --
Poetic inquiry: using found poetry and identity poetry to transform qualitative data / Valerie J. Janesick --
Data as constant becomings: collapsing dichotomous divides of data and researcher in identity construction work / Louise Thomas --
"In-between spaces": tales from a Remida / Nina Odegard and Nina Rossholt --
Featherlines: becoming human differently with earth others / Margaret Somerville and Frances Bodkin --
Thinking sensing livingloving and becoming earth: this posthumanist research(er) / Hanna Ellen Guttorm --
Notes on wor(l)dly becoming with child/ren/hood(s): in the middle of small things writing, response-ability and be-ing-in-common-worlds-with / Ann Merete Otterstad --
A practice in materialized refiguration: a modest attempt in making a difference / Liz Jones --
Undergrounding earth: an ontological take on professionalism and race in early childhood education and care / Camilla Eline Andersen --
The call to performance / Norman Denzin --
Sustainable eco-justice placemaking / Anne Beate Reinertsen.
Other Titles: Post human turn in educational discourse collapsing nature/culture divides
Responsibility: edited by Anne B. Reinertsen.

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Becoming earth is about how we can write and tell stories in a way that allows us to collaborate and be stewards and partners of the (natural) world - our earth - rather than dominators of it. That is what this assemblage is about: about trying to take seriously the minor politics of sensing, experimenting with questions of attending and attuning to difference, contestation, nomadism, relationality, and permeability in sensing cultivating muchness, newness, communities of acceptance and decision making. Going beyond the binaries, dualisms, instrumentalist criteria, etc., and supplying third space conceptions of agency not tied to human action alone, but rather examining human and more-than human relational assemblages of affecting and being affected. The tasks for educators becoming not merely people who pass on traditions, institutions, systems and/or structures, but prepare for future contingent events ultimately creates vital pedagogies of many prospects in our classrooms and exceeds forms of contracts between generations. These are embodied ecologies and/or enacting ecologies in practice showing the practical and political strength of new materialisms and presenting its potential and usefulness to simultaneously work and analyse local and global political strategies and sustainability. Making virtuality productive as a form of life: our wonderings are thus always stronger than our assertions. The sometimes fierce stories in this book might light some paths.

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