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What else? some more ways of thinking and doing ‘Children's Geographies’
Abstract ‘Children's Geographies’ could do more. In this paper we present a succession of key ideas currently arising in and of new and emergent theoretical, philosophical and conceptual work in the
Architecture/Affect/Inhabitation: Geographies of Being-In Buildings
Architectural design operates beyond symbolic and representational interpretation. Drawing on recent “nonrepresentational” geographies, we demonstrate how architectural space can be rethought through
Not just growing up, but going on: Materials, Spacings, Bodies, Situations
Abstract This paper argues that non-representational theories, relating to materialities, spacings, embodiments and events, are important to children's geographies. In so doing, it suggests in
Geographies of Alternative Education: Diverse Learning Spaces for Children and Young People
Introduction Conceptual frameworks: towards geographies of alternative education Alternative learning spaces in the UK: background to the case studies used in this book Connection/disconnection:
Towards geographies of ‘alternative’ education: a case study of UK home schooling families
This is a pre-peer review version of the paper which was substantially revised before publication. The definitive version is available at www3.interscience.wiley.com or through the links above.
Holding the Future Together: Towards a Theorisation of the Spaces and Times of Transition
Social scientists often use the notion of ‘transition’ to denote diverse trajectories of change in different types of bodies: from individuals, to communities, to nation-states. Yet little work has
Building an idea: the material construction of an ideal childhood
This paper explores how ideas and ideals are constructed. More specifically, it follows how ideas and ideals of ‘childhood’ are constructed. Still more specifically, it attends to the ways in which
Utopia, Performativity, and the Unhomely
In this paper I discuss how a differently conceived performative and architectural understanding of Utopia can help us to rework and extend notions of utopianism that have received renewed attention