OUT NOW! Snow piles help us think of children beyond the frames of ‘development’

The social and material, temporal, and spatial existence of a snow pile is used as an anchor – both a concrete and a conceptual one – in discussing an assemblage of more-than-individual subjectivities. It is argued that in viewing children’s activities in their everyday life surroundings only in terms of what they might mean – either to the children themselves or in relation to their development – we risk losing the part of our ongoing existence that cannot be mediated, the ongoingness that matters nevertheless.

Children’s Relations to the More-Than-Human World Beyond Developmental Views. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/292368501_Children%27s_Relations_to_the_More-Than-Human_World_Beyond_Developmental_Views


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