Pollitt, J. (2020). The dancer in your hands. Australia: UWA Publishing Published as part of the Australian Poetry Series, UWA.
Pollitt, J., Blue, L. , Blaise, M. (2020). Conversations with Rain, Art Gallery of Western Australia. https://artgallery.wa.gov.au/learn/artist-activation/conversations-with-rain
Latham, G., Malone, K. Faulkner, J., Dole, S. & Blaise, M.,(May 2020). Learning to teach: 3nd Rev. ed. Melbourne: Oxford University Press. https://www.oup.com.au/books/higher-education/education/9780190319014-learning-to-teach
Vanessa reached a milestone today, Confirmation of Candidature for her Doctor of Philosophy research project! She looks forward to the next stage of candidature and invites you to follow her project through her website: https://vanessawintoneak.wordpress.com/ Thank you to the many people who have supported her so far on her PhD journey.
Knight, L., Gray, E. & Blaise, M. (2020). Powerful dressing: Artfully challenging sexism in the academy. In C. Taylor, C. Hughes, and J. Ulmer (Eds). Transdisciplinary feminist research approaches: Innovations in theory, method, and practice (pp. 43-58). London: Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/Transdisciplinary-Feminist-Research-Innovations-in-Theory-Method-and/Taylor-Ulmer-Hughes/p/book/9780367190040
Professor Mindy Blaise will discuss how conventional early childhood education methods can be approached differently, to help solve issues around environmental degradation and climate change. Drawing from an ecologically responsive inquiry of children’s relations with water, she will show how encounters with the Black Swan activate new pedagogies that can extend reparative possibilities and alternative […]
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Chapter 10 | 13 pages Listening to and Telling a Rush of Unruly Natureculture Gender Stories Mindy Blaise & Tonya Rooney Drawing from a multispecies walking ethnography of child-weather relations that took place on Ngunnawal Country, Canberra, Australia, this chapter experiments with ways of telling gender stories that are not just human stories. Feminist common […]
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