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Posthuman assemblages and the intimacy of theory: A conversation with Noel Gough

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posted on 17.11.2020, 00:00 by Noel Gough, J Bazzul, S Kayumova
The following conversation is a semi-open interview with critical education scholar Noel Gough that aims to get at how critical/social theory, more specifically some aspects of the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari can be deployed in science education. Noel Gough’s work has opened the way for other critical scholars in science education to attack fundamental problems and dilemmas related to knowledge, structure, and the control of thought and conduct. Our conversation takes a few twists, but ultimately we ask Noel to elaborate on the role of critical theory in science and education

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21/03/2015

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Journal for Activism in Science & Technology Education

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6

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1

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8p. (p. 11-18)

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University of Toronto

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