Teaching the Posthuman

1. Auflage, 2019
206 Seiten

ISBN: 978-3-8253-6991-0
Sortiment: Buch
Ausgabe: Kartoniert
Fachgebiet: Anglistik/Amerikanistik
Reihe: anglistik & englischunterricht, Band: 89
lieferbar: 06.05.2019

Schlagwörter: Postkolonialismus, Fachdidaktik Englisch, EFL Classroom, Kinder- und Jugendliteratur, Posthumanismus, Tiergeschichten, Menschlichkeit, Hornung, Eva, Berger, John, Ishiguro, Kazuo, Churchill, Caryl, Anderssein, Graphic Novels, Anthropomorphismus

The present collection takes stock of posthumanism and its theoretical development and impact in the field of Anglophone literary and cultural studies, with a particular focus on its role in education and the practice of teaching English.

Posthumanism informs work in environmental or ecological criticism, climate change research, or human-animal studies – and poses an educational challenge since it also affects curricular and pedagogic theory and practice. Moreover, humanist idea(l)s of subject formation and individually acquired competences have a direct bearing on conceptions of education. This is why the volume interrogates the potentials and pitfalls of posthumanist pedagogies and its connections with digitization, multiliteracies, non-European and non-anthropocentric thinking, and the role of literature pedagogy more generally, presenting case studies of teaching the posthuman from primary to tertiary levels.


in: Bibliographie Moderner Fremdsprachenunterricht, 2019/3 [Do-916-89]

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