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Walking as Art Education

Ecopedagogical and A/R/Tographical Encounters.

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This edited collection highlights ways that arts-educators have taken up important questions around learning with the land through walking practices across spatial, temporal and cultural differences. These walking practices serve as ecopedagogical moments that attune us to human-land and more-than-human relationships, while also moving past Western-centric understandings of land and place. Yet it is also more than this as the book situates this work in a/r/tographic practices taking up walking as one method for engagement.

Authors explore walking and a/r/tography in their local contexts. As a result, the book finds that kinship and relationality are significant themes that permeate across a/r/tographic practices focused on ecopedagogy and learning with the land.

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