New article by Nina Goga, published in Encyclopaideia Vol 21 (49), 2017.
May 7–9, 2018, Jyväskylä, Finland See CFP (deadline January 15) – and note the following topics • Nature, animals, humans • Sustainable development, mobility, migration • Economies, consumption, wealth, poverty • Digital technologies and environments
The research SIG COSER (Challenges of Sustainability in Educational Research) would like to invite colleagues to an open paper seminar with the aim of publishing a special issue of Acta Didactica with research on sustainability education Publication is planned spring 2019, with submission date medio October 2018. The seminar will take place 20th – 21st […]
In this well researched, detailed and thought provoking book, Ursula Heise argues that “biodiversity, endangered species, and extinction are primarily cultural issues, questions of what we value and what stories we tell, and only secondarily issues of science” (p. 5) – a point of view underlining the importance of the work done by NaChiLitCul. In […]
In an essay about alternativ animal stories Ida Skjelderup notes that «De fire bøkene er eksempler på sakprosa for barn som alle byr på nye og eksperimentelle måter å formidle kunnskap om natur på. Forfatterne presenterer stoffet på en sånn måte at det nok vil vekke fascinasjon og nysgjerrighet og slik sett bidra til at […]
Based on ecocrtical theory, theories about ‘The Strange Child’, and theories about play and criteria of play as found in Peter Smith’s Children and Play (2009), this article by Nina Goga (page 103-121) aims to examine the nature of play in various illustrations of Pinocchio’s sojourn in The Land of Toys. The article also discusses […]