OUT NOW: life and species lines

Freshly squeezed, a commentary paper by Pauliina: RAUTIO, Pauliina. Thinking about life and species lines with Pietari and Otto (and garlic breath). TRACE ∴ Finnish Journal for Human-Animal Studies, [S.l.], v. 3, p. 94-102, apr. 2017. ISSN 2343-0591. Available at: <http://trace.journal.fi/article/view/63310&gt; “This paper is dedicated to my non-human/more-than-human co-authorsPietari of the Columbae family and Otto of… Read More OUT NOW: life and species lines

OUT NOW! Children’s participation and posthuman ontology

Tuure and Riikka just published an article on children’s participation and posthumanist ontology. The article was published in Kasvatus ja Aika (http://www.kasvatus-ja-aika.fi/site/?lan=1&page_id=828) as a part of a thematic issue on Childhood Studies including five original articles and more. The abstract of the article reads: *** Children’s right to participate in matters concerning them is now broadly recognized. As… Read More OUT NOW! Children’s participation and posthuman ontology

OUT NOW! Paper on geographies of hanging out by Noora

Noora’s new paper “Geographies of Hanging Out: Playing, Dwelling and Thinking with the City” is now out in the SpringerBriefs in Education book Learning in the City: Cultural Approaches to Civic Learning in Urban Spaces, edited by Hari Sacré and Sven de Visscher. Noora’s abstract reads: In this paper, I approach thinking as something that takes place… Read More OUT NOW! Paper on geographies of hanging out by Noora

OUT NOW! Johanna in Kasvatus & Aika

Johanna Sitomaniemi-San’s PhD dissertation Fabricating the Teacher as a Researcher. A Genealogy of Academic Teacher Education in Finland (2015) appears in the newest issue of Kasvatus & Aika (only in Finnish) in the form of a lectio precursoria and a book review. Here’s where you’ll find the lectio: http://www.kasvatus-ja-aika.fi/site/?lan=1&page_id=776 And here’s Jyri Lindén’s book review of Johanna’s PhD… Read More OUT NOW! Johanna in Kasvatus & Aika