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“Imaginative, embodied scholarly assemblages”: A poetic analysis of the Self-Reflexive Methodologies Special Interest Group scholarship (2024)
Journal Article
Pithouse-Morgan, K., Pillay, D., Naicker, I., & van Laren, L. (2024). “Imaginative, embodied scholarly assemblages”: A poetic analysis of the Self-Reflexive Methodologies Special Interest Group scholarship. Journal of education (University KwaZulu-natal), 2024(94), 65-83. https://doi.org/10.17159/2520-9868/i94a05

The Self-Reflexive Methodologies Special Interest Group (SIG) of the South African Education Research Association (SAERA) has been active since 2014, with over 100 academics from more than 20 higher education institutions participating. The 10th Anni... Read More about “Imaginative, embodied scholarly assemblages”: A poetic analysis of the Self-Reflexive Methodologies Special Interest Group scholarship.

The scale of two cities: the geographies of Paris and London in the 1720s (2024)
Journal Article
Heffernan, M. (2024). The scale of two cities: the geographies of Paris and London in the 1720s. Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1098/rsnr.2023.0073

This essay considers an early eighteenth-century quarrel about the geographical dimensions of Paris and London. The dispute involved representatives of the Académie Royale des Sciences in Paris and the Royal Society in London. The three participants—... Read More about The scale of two cities: the geographies of Paris and London in the 1720s.

Invisible Animals: Exploring Public Discourses to Understand the Contemporary Status of Donkeys in Britain (2023)
Journal Article
Clancy, C., McClaughlin, E., & Cooke, F. (2023). Invisible Animals: Exploring Public Discourses to Understand the Contemporary Status of Donkeys in Britain. Anthrozoös, 36(6), 951-970. https://doi.org/10.1080/08927936.2023.2248762

Established representations of donkeys in western literature and popular culture have often been negative, portraying the animals as stupid, inept, and bad tempered. To understand whether such representations are reflected in contemporary understandi... Read More about Invisible Animals: Exploring Public Discourses to Understand the Contemporary Status of Donkeys in Britain.

Waiting to Die? Old Age in the Late Imperial Russian Village (2023)
Journal Article
Badcock, S. (2023). Waiting to Die? Old Age in the Late Imperial Russian Village. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 1-25. https://doi.org/10.1017/S008044012300021X

This article seeks to contribute to our understandings of old age in historical context through its focus on the experiences of and perceptions about older people in late Imperial Russian villages. Elderly people feature as an integral part of Russia... Read More about Waiting to Die? Old Age in the Late Imperial Russian Village.

Research Subjects, Participants or Co‐researchers? Extending the Involvement of Students in Art and Design Research (2023)
Journal Article
Maloy, L., & Thomson, P. (2023). Research Subjects, Participants or Co‐researchers? Extending the Involvement of Students in Art and Design Research. International Journal of Art and Design Education, 42(3), 353-366. https://doi.org/10.1111/jade.12470

Art education has a range of purposes. Art is said to support students to explore, interpret, ask critical questions, communicate and realise ideas, experiment, take risks, collaborate, tell stories and/or engage in social and political actions. In t... Read More about Research Subjects, Participants or Co‐researchers? Extending the Involvement of Students in Art and Design Research.

Five Provocations for a More Creative TAS (2023)
Conference Proceeding
Benford, S., Hazzard, A., Vear, C., Webb, H., Chamberlain, A., Greenhalgh, C., …Marshall, J. (2023). Five Provocations for a More Creative TAS. In TAS ‘23: Proceedings of The First International Symposium on Trustworthy Autonomous Systems 11-12 July 2023 Edinburgh, UK. https://doi.org/10.1145/3597512.3599709

Conventional wisdom has it that trustworthy autonomous systems (AS) should be explainable, dependable, controllable and safe tools for humans to use. Reflecting on a portfolio of artistic applications of TAS leads us adopt an alternative stance and t... Read More about Five Provocations for a More Creative TAS.

Three Passages of Ancient Prolegomena to Aratus (2023)
Journal Article
Thomas, O. (2023). Three Passages of Ancient Prolegomena to Aratus. Classical Quarterly, 73(1), 419-435. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0009838823000435

An eighth-century Latin version of a Greek edition of Aratus preserves valuable ancient scholarship on the Phaenomena, including material not preserved in Greek. Examination of over thirteen thousand Latin–Greek correspondences enables one to interpr... Read More about Three Passages of Ancient Prolegomena to Aratus.

Tasks of a Different Color: How Crowdsourcing Practices Differ per Complex Task Type and Why This Matters (2023)
Conference Proceeding
Wang, Y., Papangelis, K., Lykourentzou, I., Saker, M., Chamberlain, A., Khan, V., …Yue, Y. (2023). Tasks of a Different Color: How Crowdsourcing Practices Differ per Complex Task Type and Why This Matters. In CHI '23: Proceedings of the 2023 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. https://doi.org/10.1145/3544548.3581418

Crowdsourcing in China is a thriving industry. Among its most interesting structures, we find crowdfarms, in which crowdworkers self-organize as small organizations to tackle macrotasks. Little, however, is known as to which practices these crowdfarm... Read More about Tasks of a Different Color: How Crowdsourcing Practices Differ per Complex Task Type and Why This Matters.

Schools and Cultural Citizenship: Arts Education for Life (2023)
Book
Thomson, P., & Hall, C. (2023). Schools and Cultural Citizenship: Arts Education for Life. Routledge

‘Why study the arts at school?’ This book offers a fresh perspective on this question. Informed by rigorous research, the book argues that the arts help young people to develop key skills, knowledge and practices that support them to become both crit... Read More about Schools and Cultural Citizenship: Arts Education for Life.

World(s) apart – Borges Coelho’s Museu da Revolução and Writing in (and of) a Changing World (2022)
Journal Article
Gonçalves Miranda, R. (2022). World(s) apart – Borges Coelho’s Museu da Revolução and Writing in (and of) a Changing World. Gragoatá - Revista dos Programas de Pós-Graduação do Instituto de Letras da UFF, 27(59), Article e54292. https://doi.org/10.22409/gragoata.v27i59.54292

This article will depart from Said’s position on the worldliness of texts and Pheng Cheah’s reflections on postcolonial literature as world literature (2016) towards a reading of João Paulo Borges Coelho’s 2021 novel Museu da Revolução. Borges Coelho... Read More about World(s) apart – Borges Coelho’s Museu da Revolução and Writing in (and of) a Changing World.

An Gàrradh (2022)
Other
Macleod, D. (2022). An Gàrradh. [Electronic composition]. Uist

An electroacoustic geo-locative soundwalk mapped to Linaclate on the island of Benbecula, Scotland. Commissioned by Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre North Uist, with funds from Event Scotland.

Discourse Analysis of Print Media (2022)
Book Chapter
Walsh, O. (2022). Discourse Analysis of Print Media. In Research Methods in Language Attitudes (19-34). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108867788.004

This chapter examines how discourse analysis as applied to print media can be used to examine language attitudes. It outlines the main strengths and limitations of this method. One of the most important strengths lies in the fact that the printed pre... Read More about Discourse Analysis of Print Media.

Sensitive Pictures: Emotional Interpretation in the Museum (2022)
Conference Proceeding
Benford, S., Sundnes Løvlie, A., Ryding, K., Rajkowska, P., Bodiaj, E., Paris Darzentas, D., …Spanjevic, B. (2022). Sensitive Pictures: Emotional Interpretation in the Museum. In CHI '22: Proceedings of the 2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. https://doi.org/10.1145/3491102.3502080

Museums are interested in designing emotional visitor experiences to complement traditional interpretations. HCI is interested in the relationship between Affective Computing and Affective Interaction. We describe Sensitive Pictures, an emotional vis... Read More about Sensitive Pictures: Emotional Interpretation in the Museum.

Staging listening: new methods for engaging audiences with sound in museums (2022)
Journal Article
Mansell, J., De Little, A., & Jamieson, A. (2022). Staging listening: new methods for engaging audiences with sound in museums. Science Museum Group Journal, https://doi.org/10.15180/221704

This article reports on the experimental methodology and key findings of the AHRC-funded impact and engagement project Sonic Futures: Collecting, Curating and Engaging with Sound at the National Science and Media Museum (2020–21). The project underto... Read More about Staging listening: new methods for engaging audiences with sound in museums.

(Re)imagining spatialities for equity in mathematics education (2021)
Conference Proceeding
Swanson, D. M., & le Roux, K. (2021). (Re)imagining spatialities for equity in mathematics education. In D. Kollosche (Ed.), Exploring new ways to connect: Proceedings of the Eleventh International Mathematics Education and Society Conference (603-612)

Contemporary discourse about the ‘opening’/‘closing’ of schools and what is ‘inside’/‘outside’ the curriculum potentially exacerbates existing inequities in mathematics education. This paper explores how different spatial imaginaries might advance or... Read More about (Re)imagining spatialities for equity in mathematics education.

Storying selves and others at work Story ownership, tellership and functions of narratives in a workplace domain (2021)
Journal Article
Chałupnik, M. (2022). Storying selves and others at work Story ownership, tellership and functions of narratives in a workplace domain. Narrative Inquiry, 32(1), 66-85. https://doi.org/10.1075/ni.20047.cha

This paper engages with the relationship between story ownership - so who owns a story, tellership - so who has the right to tell it, and functions of workplace narratives as well as the broader social practices at work. Drawing upon discourse and na... Read More about Storying selves and others at work Story ownership, tellership and functions of narratives in a workplace domain.