Part 1: Pedagogies Movement 1. Pedagogy under the Waterline of Perceived Value Chapter 1. Affective Flows in the Clinic and the Classroom Gail Boldt Chapter 2. Propositions for a Radical Pedagogy, or How to Rethink Value Erin Manning Chapter 3. Charlene's Puppies: Embarrassing Obsessions or Vibrant Matter Entangled in Ethical Literacies? Kimberly Lenters Part 2: Politics Movement 2. Uninterpretable Politics in Literacy Research and Practice Chapter 4. Visceral Literacies, Political Intensities: Affect as Critical Potential in Literacy Research and Practice Elizabeth Dutro Chapter 5. Assembling Desire, Love, and Affect in an Art Museum School Jonathan Eakle and Tatiana I. Sanguinette Chapter 6. 'It's something that requires passion': After-echoes of the Ethnic Studies Ban Alyssa D. Niccolini Chapter 7. Thinking and feeling the interval: A few movements of a 'transnational' family Ana Christina da Silva and Kevin Leander Part 3: Coming to Know Movement 3. Affectively Charged Foldings of Literacy and Coming to Know Chapter 8. Why a More Human Literacy Studies must be Posthuman: Encountering Writing During and after the Holocaust Christian Ehret and Daniella D'Amico Chapter 9. Affective Sketches: Writing, Drawing, and Living with Analysis Ty Hollett and Jaclyn Dudek Chapter 10. Coded to Smithereens and Danced to Abstraction: Forms of Affect in the Industry of Research Mia Perry Chapter 11. Telling Stories Out of Class: Three Movements in a Reach for Affect Cathy Burnett Afterword Michalinos Zembylas
Kevin M. Leander is Professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Vanderbilt University, USA. Christian Ehret is Assistant Professor in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education at McGill University, Canada.