By its very nature, child and youth studies is transdisciplinary. Yet, conversations that truly cross epistemological and ontological categories remain difficult. The first-ever Intersections of Childhood symposium illustrated how risky and rewarding is the talk that enters into the spaces between established categories. In these spaces, created by acts of refusal as well as creation, new possibilities arise for imagining what youth, the digital, and indigeneity can mean.
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