ABSTRACT

This essay is offered as a space for visions and practices to reread, re-think, and re-imagine a body politics in social work in a post-anthropocentric condition. It paves the way for glocality to promote university cultures and practices of engagement, inclusivity, situatedness, and imagination. The essay returns to some of the key conceptualisations in the previous essays in the book and promotes a reorientation towards practice visions for slow science inspired by Isabelle Stengers and Vivienne Bozalek.