Becoming Earth

A New Materialism Turn in Educational Discourses Collapsing Nature Culture Divides or Greenish Post-Anthroposcene Humanities
  • Anne B. Reinertsen


I work hard with fun increasing headings to build in critical dense dynamics from the start. So I try several as I introduce the book. This is therefore a joyful cacophony of high voltage voices offering playful, earnest, challenging, and hopeful versions of our collective future in the form of creative nonfiction, fiction, art, essays, poetry, and more. Here are thus voices full of determination and power wanting more signalling new and radical directions in education ultimately also in our climate debates and more.


Pension Fund Public Pension Fund Train Journey Collective Future Climate Debate 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Anne B. Reinertsen
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  1. 1.Early Childhood Education and CareQueen Maud University CollegeNorway

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