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Posthuman and Political Care Ethics for Reconfiguring Higher Education Pedagogies, Hardback Book

Posthuman and Political Care Ethics for Reconfiguring Higher Education Pedagogies Hardback

Edited by Vivienne Bozalek, Michalinos Zembylas, Joan C. Tronto

Part of the Routledge Research in Higher Education series

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This book makes an important contribution to ongoing debates about the epistemological, ethical, ontological and political implications of relational ethics in higher education.

By furthering theoretical developments on the ethics of care and critical posthumanism, it speaks to contemporary concerns for more socially just possibilities and enriched understandings of higher education pedagogies. The book considers how the political ethics of care and posthuman/new feminist materialist ethics can be diffracted through each other and how this can have value for thinking about higher education pedagogies.

It includes ideas on ethics which push those boundaries that have previously served educational researchers and proposes new ways of conceptualising relational ethics.

Chapters consider the entangled connections of the linguistic, social, material, ethical, political and biological in relation to higher education pedagogies.

This topical and transdisciplinary book will be of great interest for academics, researchers and postgraduate students in the fields of posthuman and care ethics, social justice in education, higher education, and educational theory and policy.

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