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Post-Critical Research Network
The post-critical research network brings together educational researchers from international settings (e.g. Belgium, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Poland, Spain, UK, Austria) who have developed innovative approaches to existing methodologies (e.g. historical methods, policy analysis, ethnographic methods, analysis of literary sources, participatory action research, etc.) drawing on authors like Bruno Latour, Rita Felski, Tim Ingold, Karen Barad, Jacques Rancière, Hannah Arendt, Annemarie Mol and others to present their work in educational research and reflect on the post-critical dimension of their approach. The aim of the network is to (a) consider how and to what extent educational research can approach educational realities in a way that is caring, rather than critical, as well as what would it mean to adopt such a post-critical research attitude in terms of source materials and methods; and (b) to develop further what it means to do educational research from a post-critical perspective in terms of the kind of knowledge that is generated (epistemology), to think over the kind of tools that are mobilized when conceptualizing educational realities (methodology), and to reconsider the relation between theory development and the educational practice that is being studied (ethics).
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  • IOE - Education, Practice & Society
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