Cristina Delgado-Vintimilla is an assistant professor of early childhood in the Faculty of Education at York University and a pedagogista within the Italian tradition. Her research interests are steeped in pedagogy (as a social science), and the ethical question of living well with others in pedagogical gatherings. She is particularly interested in the intersection between pedagogy and the arts as an enabling space to rethink education as a cultural project.
assistant professor, York University
Vintimilla, C. D., & Kind, S. Choreographies of practice: Mutualities and sympoetic becomings in early childhood teacher education. In H. Park & C. Shulte (Eds.), Visual arts with young children: Practice, pedagogy, learning. , Routledge.
Vintimilla, C. D., Pacini-Ketchabaw, V., & Land, N. (2021). Manifesting living knowledges: A pedagogists’ working manifesto. , Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy
Vintimilla, C. D., & Pacini-Ketchabaw, V. (2020). Developmentalism and pedagogy: Opening horizons in early childhood education. , European Early Childhood Education and Research
Grants and Contracts
Ecological Devastation in Extractive Zones: Resistance, Recuperation and Regeneration
NFRF exploration grant
Developing Educational Practices and Methodologies to Enhance Young Children’s Voices: Mitigating Climate Change Injustice in Andean Communities
Rethinking the Rs Through Art: Transforming Waste Practices in Early Childhood Education
Climate Action Network: Exploring Climate Change Pedagogies with Children