Spatio-temporal-affective interventions. Methodological reflections on working with 'posthuman psycho-geography' when stuying student life of the reformed school

Helene Falkenberg, Malou Juelskjær , Vibe Larsen

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Abstract

Posthuman research on education involves sensitivity to consider and take into account what participates in knowledge-making practices instead of primarily “who”. The answer to what matters, that is, the agencies at stake in the processes of learning, living, researching, is opened up to include non-human agencies of various kind. Many scholars have effectuated this broadening of agencies, leading to both rich analyses and discussions on educational issues. Theoretical and conceptual refinements.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2017
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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