In light of the cancellation of the 2020 CCCC, we recorded the below conversation during the same time we would have been co-facilitating an engaged learning experience: Posthumanist Praxis: Challenging Stories of Pedagogy and Place. Listen in and join us as we discuss our own pedagogical narratives and how the current COVID-19 event is challenging all of our stories of pedagogy and place.
Mimi’s Blog Post: The Postpandemic Landscape
Suggested readings for a better understanding of posthumanism as we use it on this site and why its addition to the conversation is important:
- “Introduction” / Nathan Snaza and John A. Weaver in Posthumanism and Educational Research
- “Toward a Genealogy of Educational Humanism” / Nathan Snaza in Posthumanism and Educational Research
- “Edu-Crafting a Cacophonus Ecology: Posthumanist Research Practices for Education” / Carol A. Taylor in Posthuman Research Practices in Education
- “Cuts Too Small: An Introduction” / Candace R. Kurby, Karen Spector, and Jaye Johnson Thiel in Posthumanism and Literacy Education
Check-Ins and Interviews
As part of our own pedagogical documentation practice throughout the COVID-19 event, we’ll be recording periodic check-ins to build an archive of our online, pandemic teaching and personal experiences. We’ll also be interviewing colleagues to add different voices and experiences to this archive which will be collected over time below.
Check-In / Friday April 3, 2020
Participants: Miriam Rowntree and Sarah Shelton
Interview / Thursday April 9, 2020
Participants: Sarah Shelton, Jason Hogue, and Joul Smith