My grandfather's opinion was this: If pupils peep into their teacher's private life frequently, they lose their awe of him; the teacher must give his pupils the firm belief that their teacher neither eats nor urinates; only then can he maintain his authority at school; so a teacher should set up a screen and live behind it.
Stunt doubling is a practice that foregrounds embodied experience. Our use of language has material effects on bodies, on communities, and on ecosystems. It produces actions just as much as actions in turn produce language. For this reason, we must be rigorous. We must constantly be testing antagonistic perspectives against each other, and we must insist on doing so within the classroom itself by dissolving the distinctions between educator and student, correcting power imbalances, and hijacking dominant narratives.