“I am concerned about the ways in which posthumanist texts enact universalizing claims and, as a consequence, reproduce colonial ways of knowing and being by further subordinating other ontologies.” Sundberg, Juanita. ‘Decolonizing Posthumanist Geographies’. Cultural Geographies 21, no. 1 (January 2014): 33–47. https://doi.org/10.1177/1474474013486067. “The Te Hiku team see data as the final frontier for colonisation. […]Read more "A word of caution…"
“…posthumanism inclines us toward thinking about education as an assemblage, an ‘entanglement’ in which its purpose becomes not one of ‘learning’ but one of the creative ‘gathering’ of the human and non-human…” “…there are implications here for a view of digital education which sees the human subject of education as being performed or enacted through […]Read more "Posthumanism"
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