Posthumanism, Parenting, and Agency: A Review of Naomi Morgenstern’s <em>Wild Child</em>

  • Jen Harrison East Stroudsburg University
Keywords: review, wild child, parenting, posthumanism

Abstract

Review of:

Morgenstern, Naomi. Wild Child: Intensive Parenting and Posthumanist Ethics. U of Minnesota P, 2018.

Author Biography

Jen Harrison, East Stroudsburg University

Dr. Jen Harrison currently teaches writing and literature at East Stroudsburg University. She also provides freelance writing, editing, and tuition services as the founder of Read.Write.Perfect. She completed her Ph.D. in Children’s and Victorian Literature at Aberystwyth University in Wales. After a brief spell in administration, Jen then trained as a secondary school English teacher and worked for several years teaching secondary school English, working independently as a private tutor of English, and working in nursery and primary schools. She is an editor for the peer-reviewed journal of children’s literature, Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures, and publishes academic work on children’s non-fiction, YA speculative fiction, and the posthuman.

Published
2020-12-10
How to Cite
Harrison, J. (2020). Posthumanism, Parenting, and Agency: A Review of Naomi Morgenstern’s <em>Wild Child</em&gt;. Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures, 12(2), 168-174. Retrieved from https://jeunessejournal.ca/index.php/yptc/article/view/525
Section
Review Essays