In Conversation With Fikile Nxumalo: Refiguring Onto-Epistemic Attunements For Im/possible Science Pedagogies
Center for Science and Math Education
This chapter elucidates critical concepts of place in relation to Black-feminist and more-than-human geographies in the context of early childhood education. This conversation helps get at pressing political contexts for science education that are often excluded in white educational spaces. Our conversation with Dr. Nxumalo offers practical starting points for researchers interested in playing with the messy intersections of materiality, settler-colonialism, white supremacy, Indigenous knowledges, and more-than-human kin.
Reimagining Science Education In the Anthropocene
Wallace, M. F.
(2021). In Conversation With Fikile Nxumalo: Refiguring Onto-Epistemic Attunements For Im/possible Science Pedagogies. Reimagining Science Education In the Anthropocene, 321-330.
Available at: https://aquila.usm.edu/fac_pubs/20661