Programmes are not manifestos…but means of providing reference points for an experiment which exceeds our capacities to foresee…
Gilles Deleuze & Claire Parnet, Dialogues II, pg.48
This site is designed to help you (academic, teacher, learner) continue searching for ways to become more just—in its fully ethical and implicate involvement with the other.
Estuaries, in their shapes and dynamics, are metaphors and sites for the re•evaluation of values. These learning processes are necessarily embodied in situated theories and practices. Estuarian learning processes are itineraries that expand categories of inclusiveness within the human and with the more-than-human.
Please come in, these hybrid territories welcome you as long as you bring an open mind and heart.
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