Very welcome to the conversation today and sorry this is a bit late.
Earth Unbound: Climate Change, Activism and Justice
(Convenors: Michele Lobo, Eve Mayes and Laura Bedford)
JULY CONVERSATION WITH ALICIA FLYNN: What happens when we make space for learning-with the world otherwise?
Date: Thursday 29 July, Time: 1.45-3.00 pm (Melbourne time)
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Meeting ID: 858 3953 8355
Alicia Flynn is a PhD candidate who is passionate about engaging place-responsive and critical play pedagogies for climate, disaster response and risk reduction, through intercultural and interspecies ethics for intergenerational justice. Alicia contributes to the Common Worlds Research Collective, is part of the PlayTank Collective, a critical friend of Foodweb Education, and loves composting! See: https://commonworlds.net/how-could-sympogogy-help-mobilize-the-educative-praxis-of-learning-with-the-world/
Michele Lobo (with Eve Mayes and Laura Bedford)
Dr Michele Lobo
Lecturer, Human Geography
School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Education
Deakin University, 221 Burwood Hwy, Victoria 3125
My latest publication (open access)
Lobo, M. (2021) Breathing spaces of fearlessness and generosity in the Anglophone/Western University, Geographical Research (Special Issue: Decolonising the University edited by M Lobo and D Rordriguez ) Available https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/1745-5871.12491
Lobo, M. (2021). Straying Beyond the Well-worn Path: Fighting for Racial Justice and Planetary Justice. Journal of Intercultural Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/07256868.2020.1859206.
Lobo, M (with Bedford, L, Bellingham, RA, Davies, K, Halafoff, A, Mayes, E , Sutton, B , Walsh, AM, Stein, S & Lucas, C (2021): Earth unbound: Climate change, activism and justice, Educational Philosophy and Theory