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Common worlding pedagogies: cultivating the ‘arts of awareness’ with tracking, compost, and death

@inproceedings{Nelson2018CommonWP,
  title={Common worlding pedagogies: cultivating the ‘arts of awareness’ with tracking, compost, and death},
  author={N. Nelson},
  year={2018}
}
Supervisory Committee Dr. Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw, Supervisor (School of Child and Youth Care) Dr. Affrica Taylor, Departmental Member (School of Child and Youth Care) This thesis foregrounds moments from an early childhood centre’s multispecies inquiry to grapple with the question of what pedagogies and practice might need to look and feel like to create the conditions for new ways of thinking and doing with other species in troubling times. Drawing on post-foundational feminist conceptual… Expand
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