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    Heterotopias of Homelessness: Citizenship on the Margins.Maria Mendel - 2011 - Studies in Philosophy and Education 30 (2):155-168.
    The concept of heterotopia challenges political theory, which has often focused on utopic thinking. Foucault describes a heterotopia as a heterogenous space that juxtaposes in a single real place several spaces, several sites that are in themselves incompatible. Streets, squares and parks form heterotopias when their utopic purity as public space is juxtaposed with the private spaces created by the cardboard boxes and other temporary shelters of homeless people. Since citizenship has traditionally been thought of as participation in a democratic (...)
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  2. Parents, Crises and Beyond. Towards School as a Shared Place and a More-Than-Human World.Maria Mendel - 2022 - ENCYCLOPAIDEIA 26 (63):69-82.
    This paper presents an attempt to describe parents’ activities, in which context it is puzzling that – on the basis of a negative assessment of the current reality – parents seem to be searching intensively for new solutions that would make better not only the school but also the world it is a part of. Their focus, in this, is on the local dimension of activities that refer to sustainability and emphasize place. In this approach, place is a field of (...)
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    Crises Time: An Opportunity to Rise Up Against Injustice and Structural Inequalities. Fighting Alongside Parents for a Better World Through New Forms of School-Family Co-Participation.Paola Dusi, Audrey Addi-Raccah & Maria Mendel - 2022 - ENCYCLOPAIDEIA 26 (63):1-5.
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