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Faculty of Education

  • Dawn Sanders
    My doctoral dissertation (Sussex University, 2004) examined the educational role of botanic gardens. Increasingly, humans are an urban species. This demographic shift has implications for both individual and collective perceptions of nature. The world can no longer afford our citizens to see 'nothing' when they look at plants, the basis of most life on earth. I believe plant-based learning has a critical role to play in contemporary life.
  • Helena Pedersen
    Helena Pedersen is Associate Professor in Education at the Department of Pedagogical, Curricular and Professional Studies, and Co-ordinator of the new Master's programme in Education for Sustainable Development at University of Gothenburg. She pursues research in the areas of critical animal studies and critical animal pedagogies with particular focus on how power relations between humans and animals emerge in educational settings. She also analyzes how educational processes form human and animal subjectivities, as well as the function of educational institutions in the animal-industrial complex. In her new book project she develops these issues through Deleuze and Guattari's schizoanalysis.
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