Taylor, Affrica. A/Professor
As an interdisciplinary scholar, Affrica draws upon the new material feminisms, more-than-human geographies, ecological humanities, non-western world-views and decolonising strategies to offer alternatives to the human-centric, individualistic and neo-liberalist paradigms that dominate mainstream education. She uses a combination of ethnographic and reconstructive methods to investigate and promote collective and relational forms of teaching and learning with others, and more sustainable and liveable worlds.
- More-than-human geographies of childhood
- Place-attuned and relational pedagogies
- Feminist ecological humanities