Attiwill, S. (2018). Practising with Deleuze: Design, dance, art, writing, philosophy. Edinburgh University Press.

Cohen, P., & Watt, P. (Eds.). (2017). London 2012 and the post-Olympics city: a hollow legacy?. Springer.

Cohen, P. (2019). Waypoints: Towards an ecology of political mindfulness. London: Eyeglass Books.

Cohen, P. (2020). There must be some way out of here: Mapping the pandemic from Left field. Compass.

Coleman, R. (2020). Glitterworlds: The future politics of a ubiquitous thing. London: Goldsmiths Press.

Crowhurst, M., & Emslie, M. (2018). Working Creatively with Stories and Learning Experience: Engaging with queerly identifying tertiary students. Switzerland: Palgrave.

Crowhurst, M., & Emslie, M. (2020). Arts-Based Pathways into Thinking Troubling Standardization/s, Enticing Multiplicities, Inhabiting Creative Imaginings. Cham: Springer.  

Duggan, S., Gray, E., Kelly, P., Finn, K., & Gagnon, J. (2019). Social justice in times of crisis and hope: Young people, well-being, and the politics of education. New York: Peter Lang.

Duxbury, N., Garrett-Petts, W. F., & Longley, A. (Eds.). (2018). Artistic approaches to cultural mapping: Activating imaginaries and means of knowing. New York: Routledge.

Hickey-Moody, A. (2019). Deleuze and masculinity. Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hickey-Moody, A., Horn, C., Willcox, M., & Florence, E. (2021). Arts-based methods for research with children. Springer Nature.

Hjorth, L., Harris, D., Jungnickel, K., & Coombs, G. (2019). Creative practice ethnographies. Lexington Books.

Kelly, P., & Kamp, A. (2014). A critical youth studies for the 21st Century. Ghent: Brill.

Kelly, P., Campbell, P., & Howie, L. (2018). Rethinking young people’s marginalisation: Beyond neo-liberal futures? New York: Routledge.

Knight, L. (2021). Inefficient mapping: a protocol for attuning to phenomena. California: Punctum Books.

Koro-Ljungberg, M., Löytönen, T., & Tesar, M. (2017) (Eds.). Disrupting data in qualitative inquiry: Entanglements with the post-critical and post-anthropocentric. New York: Peter Lang.

Lemon, N., Mannay, D., Kara, H. & McPherson, M. (2021). Creative research methods in education principles and practices. Policy Press.

López López, L. & Coello, G. (2021). Indigenous futures and learnings taking place. London: Routledge.

Malone, K. (2017). Children in the Anthropocene: Rethinking sustainability and child friendliness in cities. Springer.

Markham, A., & Tiidenberg, K. (2020). Metaphors of internet: Ways of being in the age of ubiquity. UK: Peter Lang.

O’Shea, L. (2019). Future histories: What Ada Lovelace, Tom Paine, and the Paris Commune can teach us about digital technology. Verso.

Pollitt, J. (2020). The dancer in your hands. Perth: UWA Publishing.

Roche, J. (2015). Multiplicity, embodiment and the contemporary dancer: Moving identities. Springer.

Rousell, D. (2021). Immersive cartography and post-qualitative inquiry: A speculative adventure into research-creation. New York: Routledge.

Sandler, L. (2021). Field guide to embodied archiving. Florida: Burrow Press.

Shotwell, A. (2011). Knowing otherwise: Race, gender, and implicit understanding. Penn State Press.

Shotwell, A. (2016). Against purity: Living ethically in compromised times. U of Minnesota Press.

Spatz, B. (2015). What a body can do: Technique as knowledge, practice as research. Routledge.

Spatz, B. (2020). Making a laboratory: Dynamic configurations with transversal video. California: Punctum.

Spatz, B. (2020). Blue sky body: Thresholds for embodied research. Routledge.

Steele, W. (2020). Planning wild cities: Human-nature relationships in the urban age. Routledge.

Steele, W., Hillier, J., MacCallum, D., Byrne, J., & Houston, D. (2021). Quiet activism: Climate action at the local scale. Palgrave. 

Vanni, I. (2020). Precarious objects: Activism and design in Italy. Manchester University Press.


Brown, C. (2019). Field guide for choreography as research. NIVEL: Researching (in/as) Motion, 10

España Keller, J. (2018). Las Atrevidas. Interartive.

Knight, L. (2019). Inefficient mapping: the ethical wayfinding potential of drawing while walking (visual essay). Special Issue: WalkingLab, Journal of Public Pedagogies, n4. 

mowson, l. (2020). Boobscape (visual essay). In C J Adams (Ed.), The Pornography of meat (revised edition). London: Bloomsbury.

Phillips, P. (2015). First and last port of call (catalogue essay), Portals: Past, present, future, 14 Nov – 13 Dec, Western Australia Maritime Museum.

Journal papers

Allen, K. A., Butler-Henderson, K., Reupert, A., Longmuir, F., Finefter-Rosenbluh, I., Berger, E., Grove, C., Heffernan, A., Freeman, N., Kewelramani, S., Krebs, S., D’Souza, L., Mackie, G., Chapman, D. & Fleer, M. (2021). Work like a girl: Redressing gender inequity in academia through systemic solutions. Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice18(3), 03.

Andrejevic, M., Davies, H., DeSouza, R., Hjorth, L., & Richardson, I. (2021). Situating “careful surveillance.” International Journal of Cultural Studies,

Badham, M., (2017) ‘The Social Life of Artist Residencies: working with people and places not your own,’ in Seismopolite: Journal of Art and Politics, Paal Andreas Bøe (ed) 18: 1 and 2, The Residency in Context (part one & two).

Brown, C., & Reihana-Morunga, T. (2020). Hau: Living archive of breath. Performance Research25(2), 69-78.

Carlson, D. L., McGuire, K., Koro-Ljungberg, M., & Cannella, G. (2020). Twisted Liminalities. Qualitative Inquiry

Coleman, R. & Paasonen, S. (2020). Editors, Special Issue: Mediating presents. Media Theory, 4(2)

Coleman, R. (2020). The Presents of the Present: Mindfulness, Time and Structures of Feeling. Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory,

Crosby, A. (2019). Design Activism in an Indonesian Village. Design Issues35(3), 50-63

Cuzzocrea, V., & Mandich, G. (2016). Students’ narratives of the future: Imagined mobilities as forms of youth agency. Journal of Youth Studies 19(4): 552–567.

De Souza, R., Butt, D., Jethani, S., & Marmo, C. (2021). Participatory research methods for investigating digital health literacy in culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Conjunctions. Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation, 8(1)

Desselle, M. R., Ibanez-Arricivita, I. N., Blackler, A. L., & Woodruff, M. A. (2021). Transform the uniform: designing fashion for the hospital of the future. International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education, 1-11

Duggan, M. (2017). Questioning ‘Digital Ethnography’ in an Era of Ubiquitous Computing. Geography Compass, 11(5)

Duggan, M. (2017). The Cultural Life of Maps: Everyday Place-Making Mapping Practices. Living Maps Review, 3

Duhn, I. (2014). Being and Becoming Cosmopolitan in Early Childhood Curriculum: ‘Roots’, ‘Wings’ and Cosmopolitan Citizenship. Global Studies of Childhood, 4(3)

Duhn, I., & Grieshaber, S. (2016). Imagining otherwise: A (brief) Darwinian encounter with quality standards. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 17(1)

Duhn, I., Malone, K., & Tesar, M. (2017). Troubling the intersections of urban/nature/childhood in environmental education. Environmental Education Research, 23(10), 1357-1368

España Keller, J. (2019). The sonic intra-face of a noisy feminist social kitchen. Social Sciences8(9), 245.

Florence, E. (2021). Entangled Memories: Complicating the Memory of Area Bombing Through the Haunted Ruins of Anhalter Bahnhof. Cultural Studies↔ Critical Methodologies21(3), 251-263.

Gray, EM., Pollitt, J., Blaise, M. (2021). Between activism and academia: Zine-making as a feminist response to COVID-19. Gender and Education

Geia, L., Baird, K., Bail, K., Barclay, L., De Souza, R. (2020). A unified call to action from Australian Nursing and Midwifery leaders: ensuring that Black Lives Matter. Contemporary Nurse, 1–20.

Harris, D., & Carter, MR. (2021). Applied creativity and the arts. Curriculum Perspectives, 41, 107-112 http://10.1007/s41297-020-00127-z

Hickey-Moody, A. (2018). New materialism, ethnography, and socially-engaged practice: Space-time folds and the agency of matter. Qualitative Inquiry, 26(7)

Hickey-Moody, A., Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, A., Rousell, D., & Hartley, S. (2021). Children’s carbon cultures. Cultural Studies – Critical Methodologies

Hickey-Moody, A., & Willcox, M. (2019). Entanglements of difference as community togetherness: Faith, art, and feminism. Social Sciences, 8(9)

Hipkiss, A. M., Windsor, S., & Sanders, D. (2020). The girl with the garden gloves: researching the affordances of sensual materialities in the school garden. Ethnography and Education15(3), 350-362

Houston, D., Hillier, J., MacCallum, D., Steele, W., & Byrne, J. (2018). Make kin, not cities! Multispecies entanglements and ‘becoming-world’ in planning theory. Planning Theory, 17(2), 190-212. 

Howie, L., Campbell, P., & Kelly, P. (2019). Young people’s resillience and post-financial crisis television: Allegories of economic and social survival. Journal of Youth Studies 23(2), 189-204

Kligyte, G. (2020) The logics of collegial practices: Australian and New Zealand/Aotearoa perspectives. Higher Education

Knight, L. (2020) Inefficiently mapping boundaries: How is an urban citizen? Mapping Meaning the Journal (issue 4), 66-75

Koro-Ljungberg, M., Carlson, D. & Montana, A.* (2019). Productive Forces of Post-Truth(s)? Qualitative Inquiry, 25(6), 583-590

Lazo, V. G., Locke, K., Rupcich, N., O’Connor, G., Yoon, C., & Longley, A. (2020). Pedagogy and Social Critique in the Era of Fragmentation: A Collective Writing Experiment as cadavres exquis: Visual Knowledge Creation and Critique. Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy1(aop), 1-22.

Longley, A., Fisher, K., O’Connor, G., & Hutchinson, J. (2021). Touching Outward: Art-Making at the Seam Where Care Meets Risk. Journal of Embodied Research4(1).

López López, L. (2020). When difference comes with schools: In these antibrown times. Curriculum Inquiry

López López, L. (2020). Black girl magic, y’all can’t stand it, y’all can’t ban it’: Black girl curated curricula unsettling the conventional reason of school. Race Ethnicity and Education

López López, L, de Wildt, L & Moodie, N. (2019). ‘I don’t think you’re going to have any aborigines in your world’: Minecrafting terra nullius, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 10.1080/01425692.2019.1640596

McPherson, M. (2019). What can the press do? Layering in-between the learning experiences in the studio. Journal of Artistic and Creative Education, 13(1), pp. 1-17.

Macarow, K. (2021). Choreography of Care. London Journal of Critical Thought, 4(1)

Macarow, K., Hilton, R., & Coombs, G. (2021). Hands across care: Art and social practice as public health interventions. Public Health, 195, 135-14.

MacDonald, A., Wise, K., Tregloan, K., Fountain, W., Wallis, L., & Holmstrom, N. (2020). Designing STEAM education: Fostering relationality through design‐led disruption. International Journal of Art & Design Education39(1), 227-241.

MacNeill, K., Bolt, B., Barrett, E., McPherson, M., Sierra, M., Miller, S., … Wilson, C. (2020). An ethical engagement: creative practice research, the academy and professional codes of conduct. Research Ethics, 1(1), pp. 1-14 http://10.1177/1747016120915950

Malone, K. (2019). Walking-with children on blasted landscapes. Journal of Public Pedagogies, (4).

Malone, K., & Moore, S. J. (2019). Sensing Ecologically through Kin and Stones. International Journal of Early Childhood Environmental Education7(1), 8-25

Mandich, G. (2020). Modes of engagement with the future in everyday life. Time & Society 29(3): 681 –703.

Markham, A. (2020). The limits of the imaginary: Challenges to intervening in future speculations of memory, data, and algorithms. New Media & Society.

Markham, A. (2020). Pattern Recognition: Using rocks, wind, water, anxiety, and doom scrolling in a slow apocalypse. Qualitative Inquiry, 27(3),

Markham, A., Harris, D., & Luka, ME. (2020). Massive and Microscopic Sensemaking During COVID-19 Times. Qualitative Inquiry, Oct

Mohandas, S. (2021) Beyond male recruitment: decolonising gender diversification efforts in the early years by attending to pastpresent material-discursive-affective entanglements. Gender & Education.

Moore, S. J. (2018). I am mountain. Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry10(2)

Moore, S. J. (2018). Intercultural story sharing in Guam. International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives17(2), 30-39

Moore, S. J., & Baker, W. (2019). Indigenous creativities, the Australian Curriculum, and pre-service teachers. International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives18(3), 88-99

mowson, l. (2018). Bloodlines – mammalian motherhood, biotechnologies and other entanglements. Animal Studies Journal, 7(2), 25-44

mowson, l. (2018). Skin and Flesh. Antennae, 45(Autumn)

Myhre, C. O., Myrvold, H. B., Joramo, U. W., & Thoresen, M. (2017). Stumbling into the ‘kitchen island’: Becoming through intra-actions with objects and theories. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood18(3), 308-321.

Nordstrom, S. (2015).  Not so innocent anymore: Making recording devices matter in qualitative inquiry.  Qualitative Inquiry 21(4), 388-401.

Nordstrom, S. (2018). Antimethodology: Postqualitative Generative Conventions. Qualitative Inquiry 28(4), 215-226.

Nordstrom, S. (2020). Makers-Philosophers-Researchers: Experimentations with (Dis)placements. Special Issue Introduction. Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology 11(1), 1-4.

Nordstrom, S. (2021).  Plural Pasts, Presents, and Futures of Post Qualitative Inquiry: Two Questions for the Field Qualitative Inquiry 27(2), 247-248.

Osgood, J. & Mohandas, S. (2019) Reconfiguring the ‘Male Montessorian’: the mattering of gender through pink towering practices, Early Years, 40(1), pp.67-81, DOI: 10.1080/09575146.2019.1620181

Ottersland Myhre, C. (2019). LEGO intermezzo: Exploring territories of playfulness in kindergarten. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood,

Peseta, T., Kligyte, G., Bell, A., Hardiman, B., Leadbeatter, D., Pizzica, J., Saliba, G., Salisbury, F., Thomson, K. & Yucel, R. (2021). Borders, paths and orientations: assembling the higher education research field as doctoral students and supervisors. Teaching in Higher Education

Pollitt, J. (2017). She writes like she dances: Response and radical impermanence in writing as dancing. Choreographic Practices, 8(2), 199-218

Pollitt, J. (2019). The State of dancingness: Staying with leaving. PARtake: The Journal of Performance as Research, 2(2), Article no. 4.

Rousell, D., Hohti, R., MacLure, M., & Chalk, H. (2020). Blots on the Anthropocene: Micropolitical interventions with young people in a university museum. Cultural Studies <-> Critical Methodologies, 21(1), 27-40.

Rousell, D. (2021). A map you can walk into: Immersive cartography and the speculative potentials of data. Qualitative Inquiry, 27(5), 580–597.

Sanders, D. (2019). Standing in the shadows of plants. Plants, People, Planet.

Shotwell, A. (2012). Open normativities: Gender, disability, and collective political change. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society37(4), 989-1016.

Spatz, B. (2021). Artistic research and the queer prophetic. Text and Performance Quarterly, 1-25.

Steele, W., Wiesel, I., & Maller, C. (2019). More than human cities: Where the wild things are. Geoforum, 106, 411-415. 

Tesar, M., Peters, MA., White, EJ., Arndt, S., Charteris, J., Fricker, A., & Johansson, V., Sturm, S., Hood, N., & Madjar, A. (2021). Infanticides: The unspoken side of infantologies. Educational Philosophy and Theory

Vanni Accarigi, I., & Crosby, A. (2019). Remapping heritage and the garden suburb: Haberfield’s civic ecologies. Australian Geographer50(4), 511-530

Vanni, I., & Crosby, A. (2020). The not-yet-tropical: mapping recombinant ecologies in a Sydney suburb. Visual Communication19(3), 331-352

Welch, D., Mandich, G., & Keller, M. (2020). Futures in Practice: Regimes of Engagement and Teleoaffectivity. Cultural Sociology.

Yared, H., Grové, C., & Chapman, D. (2020). How does race play out in schools? A scoping review and thematic analysis of racial issues in Australian schools. Social Psychology of Education23, 1505-1538.

Book chapters

Attiwill, S. (2019). OutsideInterior:? Interior. In de Assis, P., & Giudici, P. (Eds.). Aberrant nuptials: Deleuze and artistic research. Leuven University Press.

Attiwill, S. (2021). Interior Designing in the Urban Environment: Practices for the 21st century. In Handbook of research on methodologies for design and production practices in interior architecture. IGI Global.

Badham, M., Garrett Petts, W.F. Jackson, S., Langois, J., Malthotra, (2019) ‘Artistic approaches to cultural mapping: Key issues and research lines’, in Duxbury, N. et al (eds) Artistic approaches to cultural mapping: Activating imaginaries and means of knowing, Routledge.

Badham, M., Wise, K., & MacDonald, A. (2021). Mona’s 24 Carrot Gardens: Seeding an Ecology of Cultural Value in Tasmania. In K. Lehman, I. Fillis, & M. Wickham, (Eds.). Exploring Cultural Value: Contemporary Issues for Theory and Practice. Emerald Group Publishing.

Bourke, L. (2020). Age, autonomy and radical flexibility: Collaborating with children and young people. In J. Lillie, K. Larson, C. Kirkwood, & JJ. Brown (Eds.). The relationship is the project: Working with communities. Brow Books.

Brophy, C., Blackler, A., Hannan, J., Raber, C., & Popovic, V. (2021). Designing Conversations: Using Life Stories to Improve Dementia Care. In Dementia lab conference. Cham: Springer.

Brown, C. (2019). The Strangeness of Dancing: From The Changing Room and Singularity. In The Routledge Companion to Dance Studies (pp. 413-427). Routledge.

Chapman, D. (2020). C.P.R. Continue, Persist, Rise. In Smile ‘cross the oceans: Writings from West Words’ African literature development program (1st ed.). WestWords.

Chapman, D. (2020). The crooked room: Intersectional tapdancing, academic performing, and negotiating black, woman, immigrant. In F. Iosefo, S. Holman Jones, & D. Harris (Eds.). Wayfinding and critical autoethnography. New York: Routledge.

Coleman, R. (2018). Affective Futurity. In: K. Sellberg (Ed.). Gender: Time. Farmington Hills: MI: Macmillan Reference USA.

Duggan, M. (2018). The Lived Experiences of a Digitalising World. In: Gäbler, K. & Felgenhauer, T. (Eds). Geographies of digital culture. London: Routledge.

Fam, D., Lopes, A. M., Ross, K., & Crosby, A. (2020). The transdisciplinary living lab model (TDLL). In Universities as Living Labs for Sustainable Development. Springer, Cham.

Harris, D., & de Bruin, L. (2019). Creative ecologies and education futures. In CA Mullen (Ed.). Creativity under duress in education? Resistive theories, practices, and actions. Switzerland: Springer.

Knight, L. (2019) Playing: inefficiently mapping human and inhuman play in urban commonplaces. In D. Hodgins (Ed.). Feminist research for 21st Century childhoods. London: Bloomsbury.

Koro-Ljungberg, M. (2019). Thinking, willing and judging in (post)qualitative research: A series of resettings. In F. Huckaby (Ed.) Making research public in troubled times: Pedagogy, activism and critical obligations. Myers Education Press.

Lafton, Tove; Bergem, Helen; Evenstad, Randi; Fajersson, Karin Elise; Greve, Anne; Myhre, Cecilie Ottersland; Myrvold, Hanne Berit; Otterstad, Ann Merete; Wolf, Kristin Danielsen (2018). Lekens forundringskammer. In: Barnehagepedagogiske linjeskift. Bergen: Fagbokforlaget.

Malone, K. (2020). Re-turning childhoodnature: A diffractive account of the past tracings of childhoodnature as a series of theoretical turns. In A. Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, K. Malone, K., & EB. Hacking (Eds.). Research handbook on Childhoodnature: Assemblages of childhood and nature research. Cham: Springer.

mowson, l. (2019). Making and unmaking mammalian bodies: Sculptural practice as traumatic testamony. In L. Gruen, & F. Probyn-Rapsey (Eds.), Animaladies: Gender, animals and madness. NewYork: Bloomsbury.

Myrvold, Hanne Berit & Myhre, Cecilie Ottersland (2018). Pedagogikken(e)s sammenfiltringer i stillheter og ubehag. In: Barnehagepedagogiske linjeskift. Bergen: Fagbokforlaget.

Osgood, J. & Mohandas, S. (2021) Figuring gender in early childhood with animal figurines: pursuing tentacular stories about global childhoods in the Anthropocene, in Tesar et al. (eds.) Global childhoods handbook. London: SAGE.

Phillips, P. (2015). Artistic practices and ecoaesthetics in post-sustainable worlds. In C. Crouch, N. Kaye, & J. Crouch (Eds.). An introduction to sustainability and aesthetics: The arts and design for the environment. Boca Raton, FL: Brown Walker Press.

Roche, J. (2016). Moving between first-person and third-person bodies in dance teaching. In J. Coogan (Ed.). Practicing dance: a somatic orientation. Logos Verlag Berlin GmbH.

Rousell, D., & Cutter-Mackenzie, A. (2020). Uncommon worlds: Towards an ecological aesthetics of childhood in the Anthropocene. In Cutter-Mackenzie, A., Malone, K., and Barrett-Hacking, E. (Eds.), Research handbook on childhoodnature. Cham: Springer.

Sierra, M., & Wise, K. (2018). The interdisciplinary witness: Interdisciplinary pedagogy and speaking the new In: Transformative pedagogies and the environment. Common Ground Publishing.

Blackler, A., Desai, S., McEwan, M., Popovic, V., & Diefenbach, S. (2019). Perspectives on the nature of intuitive interaction. Intuitive interaction: Research and application, 19-39. CRC Press.

Tregloan, K.,Wise, K., & Fountain, W. (2018). Multiple measures: A tool for supporting cross-disciplinary assessment design In: Visual tools for developing student capacity for cross-disciplinary collaboration, innovation and entrepreneurship, Common Ground Research Networks.

Vanni Accarigi, I., & Vaccari, A. (2020). Fashion Futuring: un modello di produzione sostenibile. Remanufacturing Italy. L’Italia nell’epoca della postproduzione.

Creative fiction

Bumstead, KQ. (2017). Horizontally backwards (and other lines). Unmapping.Space


España Keller, J. (2021) Book review: Musical encounters with Deleuze and Guatarri. Polish Journal of Aesthetics, 60(1)

Florence, E. (2018). Book review: The Past in Visual Culture: Essays on Memory, Nostalgia and the Media. Media International Australia, 167(1)

Phillips, P. (2014). Review: Beautiful vermin. Gallery Central, Perth 8 – 29 March 2014. Artlink, 34(2).



Duggan, M (2018). Navigational Mapping Practices: Context, Politics, Data. Westminster Papers in Communication.

Roche, J. (2016). Reshaping the landscape: A pathway to professional dance training of international standing in Ireland.

Magazine and trade articles

Blue, L., & Pollitt, J. BIG Kids Magazine.


Bumstead, KQ., & Perez-Martinez, S. (2020). Dreaming of a post-COVId world: drawing maps, imagined places and pandemic storytelling. LivingMaps Review

De Souza, R., Ahmed, S. (2021). ‘I am a people person. I want my family to visit’: stories of older Australian migrants during Covid. The Guardian.

O’Shea, L. (19 September, 2020). Big Tech and COVID-19 are fueling networked authoritarianism. Nikkei Asian Review

O’Shea, L. (17 March, 2021). Alternative Futures of the Paris Commune. Longreads

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