The research standpoint is to expand more-than-anthropocentric’ positionings, not degrading or defining humans as less interesting – more to explore how agentic entities work together, entangled in relations. By emphasizing more-than-human-organism and objects, we ask how these entities work on each other and produce new ongoing knowledges.
The research group is influenced by philosophical concepts and creative performative processes in research. This open for artistic experimental possibilities where discursive and material elements, affects and vibrant matter are entangled. Interdisciplinary, philosophy and ethics of response-ability in an Anthropocene-era era is situating our research interests.
Heads of research group
Performing Methodologies in Early Years Research (PMEYR) an international research community
RECE – reconceptualizing early childhood education, international community
NERA – network 22- Post-approaches to Education
Helsinki University – dr. docent Riikka Hohnti, dr. Hanna Guttorm
Manchester Metropolitan University, Professor Rachel Holmes, dr. Laura Tafi-Prats, dr. Christina MacRae, Emerita Professor Liz Jones, Emerita Professor Maggie MacLure.
Stockholm University Emerita Professor Gunilla Dahlberg, dr. Linnea Boden et al.
Middlesex University, London, Professor Jayne Osgood.
Memphis University, dr. Susan Nordstrom.
Auckland University New Zealand, Professor Marek Tesar.
Swinburne University, Australia, Professor Karen Malone.
Shinsu University, Japan, Reiko Hayashi Nagata.
Early Childhood in the 21. Century in Norway
University College Østfold, dr. Nina Johannesen, dr. Bente Ulla and dr. Ann Sofi Larsen.
USN, University of Southeast Norway, dr. Teresa Aslanian, dr. Anna Moxnes.
Innland University College professor Camilla Andersen, PhD. candidate Agnes W. Bjelkerud et. al.
DMMH, dr. Ingrid Bjørkøy, Professor Lise Hovig