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A series of occasional walking dialogues and reflections which explore, on foot and in situ, the significance of place and walking on people’s ways of knowing and being in the world.
Each conversation takes its own path: some are focused on a specific topic or theme that is walked and talked through; others focus on walking itself and the space that we find ourselves moving slowly through.
One of the purposes of this walking project is to explore the possibilities of walking dialogues and reflections for education and research.
Facilitated and produced by Jerry O’Neill, Department of Adult Education, Maynooth University.

Jerry O'Neill

Jerry O'Neill

Ireland

Adult educator interested in walking as a critical and creative method in education and research.

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