New writing from Peter Reason
Participatory Research in more-than-human worlds shares Peter Reason’s latest writing…
Participatory Research in more-than-human worlds is a boundary-busting collection that asks an excitingly hard question—can members of a more-than-human world engage in truly participatory research? In it human experimenters sensitively recount their humble successes and insightful failures with trying to do just this. For anyone who wants to think seriously and adventurously about participation in more-than-human communities, this book is a must read.
– Professor Katherine Gibson, Western Sydney University, Australia
“This book explores exciting new methodological horizons. After more than a decade of philosophising and theorising about human-nonhuman relations, researchers across the social sciences and humanities will find here tools to fully ‘enrol’ the non-human in their inquiries.”
– Noel Castree, University of Wollongong, Australia
— Writing about Bastian, M., Jones, O., Roe, E., & Buser, M. (Eds.). (2016). Participatory Research in more-than-human worlds London: Routledge.
Table of Contents
Introduction: More-than-human participatory research: Contexts, challenges, possibilities
Experiments in more-than-human participatory research
including Chapter 4 Transformations of time on ecological pilgrimage
Building (tentative) affinities