Counterfuturisms and speculative temporalities: walking research-creation in school

WalkingLab has a new publication in the International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education entitled ‘Counterfuturisms and speculative temporalities: walking research-creation in school.’ https://doi.org/10.1080/09518398.2019.1597210 Here is the abstract: In education, walking has typically been used as a pedagogical strategy to … Read More

Walking Borders – by Maggie O’Neill

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Check out Professor Maggie O’Neill’s research website: WalkingBorders that documents and shares the walks undertaken by O’Neill as part of her Leverhulme Research Fellowship. The online research site documents walks in the form of a walking blog that includes maps, … Read More

WalkingLab Featured in Canadian Art

“What scaffolds, structures and supports exist for walking-based art and artists?” – Asks Leah Sandals in her article in Canadian Art featuring WalkingLab with interview comments from Stephanie Springgay: The initial impetus for WalkingLab, Springgay says, “was less about increasing visibility” of walking … Read More