Skip to content

Back to Rhizomatic Learning
New updates
dave cormier
And so the challenge begins. I have committed to making the work of D&G (Deleuze and Guattari) as transparent as possible. I think their work can provide a compelling narrative for change, and, I guess, I've gone about doing a little Knowledge Translation around their work. Something purists have been critical of. (Not making special reference to anyone here)

Tobey and The Deleuzenator (and probably others here) are deeply embedded in the language specific to D&G's work. Words like "war machine" and "organs" have a very specific meaning and things like "reterritorialisation" a critical concept that my spell checker doesn't recognize. So what to do?

User Deleted
User Deleted Cheers for taking on the challenge! :D

Maybe Gillroy (2000) = helpful here. Writing re. problem of using notions like 'fascism', he suggests we get immersed in the "forbidding and gnawingly uncomfortable". Also reminded of D&G, who argue that sometimes monstrous concepts = necessary.

I think - big assumption here - that this conceptual density i...
7th April

About this group

A place for us to gather all the work done in rhizomatic learning and associated work. The group link goes to a group document i hope will become a lit review for rhizomes in education. Image is a quaking aspen from

Sign up today - FREE

Mendeley saves you time finding and organizing research. Learn more

  • All your research in one place
  • Add and import papers easily
  • Access it anywhere, anytime

Start using Mendeley in seconds!

Sign up & Download

Already have an account? Sign in