Rethinking food as animate

Rethinking food as animate

Shared by Lisa-Marie Gagliardi . With a magnifying glass over the lens of the iPad camera, Laura and I captured photos of decomposing apples. I posted these photos on the classrooms walls inviting responses from children, parents, and educators. The apples seemed to be unrecognizable 

Food, death & obligation

Food, death & obligation

Shared by Lisa-Marie Gagliardi . Curious about the more-than-human relations in pedagogical spaces, I paused with a group of children and looked at a collection of decomposing apples in a plastic milk crate. Together we noticed the life crawling around, between, through, on and in 

Thinking with the Willows: Cultivating Caring Dispositions

Thinking with the Willows: Cultivating Caring Dispositions

Shared by Tanya Farzaneh . How might we begin to re-story this story of living with and entangled in neoliberal logics of consumerism and disposable relations?  How can we begin to heal and restore? “How do we live our responsibility for healing?” (Kimmerer, 2013. p.