Where Children Sleep

I am totally astounded with James Mollison’s photo essay Where Children Sleep. I couldn’t help look at it with my teacher glasses on. Possibilities kept growing out of brain like so many mind maps. Always keeping in mind the dangers of using resources like this to support hegemonic world views that serve to other its subjects, I encourage you to take a look at this amazing text and let the possibilities for reflection and discourse run wild in your mind.

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One thought on “Where Children Sleep

  1. Amazing photos! Thanks for sharing, Royan.
    Upon reflecting, I see huge possibility for using these photos as a way for students to view their own culture through their bedrooms. What is important in their culture? Adding their own perspectives to this would be a way of elimnating the possibility of “othering” this resource.

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