Critical Questions, New Imaginaries and Social Activism: A Reader
The book is filled with recent scholarship by leading authors in the reconceptualization and rethinking of childhood studies and early childhood fields, who discuss foundational debates, new imaginaries in theory and practice and activist scholarship. A must-read for graduate students and professionals interested in beginning or continuing critical interrogations of current early childhood policy and reforms globally.
Chapter Twelve: Radical Theories of Presence in Early Childhood Imaginaries
Radical Theories of Presence in Early Childhood Imaginaries
These results appear to us to be both exciting and highly provocative. A theoretical picture of the transition to turbulence is just beginning to emerge.… Chaos now presages the future as none will gainsay. But to accept the future, one must renounce much of the past. (Gleick, 1987, p. 39)
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