Statement of responsibility: edited by Nathan Snaza and John A. Weaver
ISBN: 1315769166, 9781138782358, 9781315769165
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1 online resource [xiv, 203 pages].
Routledge international studies in the philosophy of education ; 35
Electronic reproduction. Dawson Books. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Routledge international studies in the philosophy of education ; 35.
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- Foreword by Dennis Carlson Introduction
- Education and the Posthumanist TurnNathan Snaza and John Weaver
- Part I
- Humanism, Posthumanism, and Educational Research
- 1. Toward a Genealogy of Educational Humanism Nathan Snaza 2. Researching the Posthuman Paradigm
- The "Subject" as Curricular Lens Brad Petitfils 3. Posthumanist Education and Animal InteriorityMarla Morris 4. Educational Policy-Making for Social Change
- A Post-Humanist Intervention Helena Pedersen 5. "Approximate-Rigorous-Abstractions"
- Propositions of Activation for Posthumanist ResearchStephanie Springgay
- Part II
- Attuning to the More Than Human Complexities of the Classroom
- 6. Ecologies of Praxis
- Teaching and Learning Against the ObviousNikki Rotas 7. Losing Animals
- Ethics and Care in a Pedagogy of RecoveryAlyce Miller
- Part III
- Ecological Aesthetics
- 8. Affirmations and Limitations of Rancière's Aesthetics
- Questions for Art and its Education in the Anthropocene Jan Jagodzinski 9. Dark Posthumanism, Unthinking Education, and Ecology at the End of the AnthropoceneJason Wallin
- Part IV
- What Posthumanist Education Will Have Been
- 10. Undoing Anthropocentism in Educational Inquiry
- A Phildickian Space Odyssey?Noel Gough 11. Resisting Becoming a Glomus Body Within Posthuman Theorizing
- Mondialisationand Embodied Agency in Educational ResearchAnnette Gough 12. To What Future Do the Posthuman and Posthumanism (Re)turn Us
- Meanwhile, How Do I Tame the Lingering Effects of Humanism?John Weaver