Titled ”Freedom to revisit with intuition and affect: on the lookout for horizons of hope” the book review by Pauliina and Antti discusses Stuart Aitken’s new book as one that not only requires – but because of its breadth – enables revisiting. As such, the reader must admit that it does what it preaches: illustrates in the said spirit of DeCerteau and Laclau of how ‘way-finding’ in life is a process of complexity, confusion, playfulness andmiss-steps rather than a straightforward endeavour.
Stuart Aitken (2014). The ethnopoetics of space and transformation: young people’s engagement, activism and aesthetics. Farnham: Ashgate.
Rautio, P. & Paakkari, A. (2015). Freedom to revisit with intuition and affect: on the lookout for horizons of hope. Book review. Children’s Geographies.