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  1. Affective Pedagogies, Equine-Assisted Experiments and Posthuman Leadership.Sverre Raffnsøe & Dorthe Staunæs - 2019 - Body and Society 25 (1):57-89.
    Responding to Guattari’s call for a ‘mutation of mentality’, the article explores unconventional horse-assisted leadership learning as promising ways of embodied learning to be affected and response-able. By drawing on and continuing the work of Guattari and posthuman feminist scholars, we aim to show that studying the affective pedagogics of opening up the senses and learning to be affected is of vital importance. We analyse a posthuman auto-ethnography of developing capabilities to live and breathe together that allow us to relate (...)
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  • Editorial: Why is Outlines – Critical Practice Studies so Critical?Pernille Hviid - 2018 - Outlines. Critical Practice Studies 19 (1):01-06.
    This editorial points back to the papers published in volume 18. It also announces the transfer of the position of main editor of Outlines – critical practice studies.One of the papers in vol. 18 relates directly to what is foundational to Outlines - critical practice studies: The encouragement of critique. For this reason it has been given some extensive attention here. Raffnsøe wrote: What is critique? Critical turns in the age of criticism.
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