In-Between: Exploring Small Cracks of Everyday Life [Paperback]

Karen Ida Dannesboe (Editor); Jon Dag Rasmussen (Editor); Anne-Lene Sand (Editor)

ISBN: 9788772191386 | Published by: Aarhus University Press | Year of Publication: 2022 | Language: English 130p, H240 x W170 (mm) Illustrations, color



The anthology In-Between: Exploring Small Cracks of Everyday Life is a collection of empirically based texts all of which are based on ethnographic (field)work. The joint interest shared by the contributing authors evolve around the small, unnoticed and seemingly insignificant phenomena that occur in the arenas of everyday life. The work is founded on an ambition to foreground, analyse and emphasise the major resonance and importance of the myriad minor cracks we encounter in our most ordinary and mundane doings; the sensations, affects, impressions, inexplicable small-scale experiences and in-between phenomena that are part of being alive and being human. Taking off from empirical settings such as schools, homes, institutions and urban spaces the chapters focus on the material, sensory and bodily aspects of belonging, inhabiting, learning, becoming and living.

The contributors all have a background in educational anthropology. The anthology is aimed at students and researchers with an interest in cultural analysis as well as at others that share the infatuation with the many wonderous small cracks and unnoticed phenomena inherent to everyday life.

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