Entries by Carter Lovelace

Science Education in the Anthropocene

The purpose of this grant is to support open-access publishing the edited collection Reimagining Science Education in the Anthropocene Volume 1. This volume attempts to re-imagine the kind of science pedagogies/knowledge/practices needed to face impending ecological and social precarity. The work in the volume recasts science education as transdisciplinary, justice-oriented, and open to many possibilities. […]

Situating the Horse-Human Relationship in Indigenous Education

Traditionally, horses played an integral role in the lives of Indigenous peoples across North America for hundreds and hundreds of years. The current research study investigated (a) Indigenous ways of knowing and being that emerge from gathering narratives about Indigenous horses from traditional Elders and knowledge keepers, and (b) how traditional knowledge of the horse-human […]