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Reassembling a Cosmopolitics as Subsensorial

<strong>by Pia Lindman</strong> I’m an artist and a healer: in both practices, my point of departure has often been personal experiences, guiding my inquiries and leading me to investigate the body and its place within the cultural space, as well as its relationship with the larger ecosystem. Affected by the powerful visceral experiences of a

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Re-imagining Education Conference 2.0

SAVE THE DATE!   We are organizing another conference to bring together folks from around the world that are Re-imagining Education. The conference will be held from February 24th – 27th, 2022. Save the date and help spread the word! Conference Website The Re-Imagining Education Conference 2.0 is a space where we will (re)unite with

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River University – Germinators Report 2021

River University – A beginning of the movement. The River University project has been conceived by Anveshan and since then we have developed the concept note. With the support of the Ecoversities Germinators grant, we have been able to kick start the base work required to launch the River University. We wish to launch the

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MUMAY Colombia – Germinators Report 2021

MUMAY for ECOVERSITIES Germinating based in the village of Cocorná (town in Antioquia province, Colombia), but virtually also from Bogotá (national capital), Manizales (Risaralda province’s capital) and Buenos Aires (Argentina), has being a process of self-transformation,  knowledge exchange and co-creation towards community building.  First, during 2019,  the initial core team at Cocorná and Manizales developed

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Parents/Peers Reactions to Alternatives – Swaraj University | Live Human Signposts

The previous three articles, stories of Experiential Learning, Sense-Making & Developing Confidence, and Facilitation & Peer-to-Peer Learning show that attending Swaraj University was life-changing for each of the four people interviewed for this series. Each of them learned different skills, developed perception and made connections to other people and projects while at Swaraj. Paradoxically, each of

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What is Worth Doing?

An essay by eileen walz At the start of 2021 I made a commitment. We were deep in the winter of pandemic isolation and I was craving the type of soulful, interpersonal connection my life has often been decorated with. I knew I would have to be more intentional if I was to have more

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Pedagogies of the Uprising: Becoming the lesson to learn from, where is study situated?

By Meenakshi Thirukode [This piece was written at different points between 2020 and early 2021.] One of my closest friends, a german citizen living in Delhi and I, collaborate on projects involving feminist consciousness-raising. Through conducting, varied formats of this workshop, “Pact of Silence – How to break it?”, we collectively, with participants, think through

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The Pedagogy of the Temple – Learning through PEACE and Liberation

By Daniel Rudolph One of the most profound learning experiences of my life was while ordaining as a Buddhist monk, in a forest monastery in Thailand. My main intention for becoming a monk was to honor my host mother, and community, for the love they showed to me while living with them in their village

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Huellas Matriarcales y poder patriarcal

Por Irene Ragazzini   Pasaje: Introducción Con este pequeño libro, quiero compartir una reflexión sobre el desarrollo de las estructuras patriarcales que rigen nuestras sociedades, entendiéndolas como una construcción social e histórica y por lo tanto no universales, ni naturales, ni totalizantes. En primer lugar recupero algunos principios, instituciones y prácticas que, a lo largo

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