My current research at The University of Melbourne is a cross-disciplinary project centred on speculative fiction and STEM imaginaries in English literature, art, and science education.
I co-direct WalkingLab a SSHRC-funded international network of artists and researchers interested in walking as a research methodology and research-creation.
I am one half of Oblique Curiosities an electronic glitch folk duo.
I am a founding member of Hamilton Perambulatory Unit a socially engaged walking-art collective in Hamilton, Ontario.
LATEST BLOG POSTS
Liz de Freitas and I have a new article out (open access) in Qualitative Inquiry: https://doi.org/10.1177/1077800420943643 Here’s the abstract: Interest in new empiricisms and transdisciplinary methods has led many social inquirers to … Read More
I have been invited to give an online lecture as part of a series on Post-Qualitative Inquiry organized by: Dr. Vivienne Bozalek, University of the Western Cape, South Africa Dr. Candace Kuby, … Read More
This paper is prompted by my experience as a researcher of English literary education in three different geographies over the past three years: Canada, the United Kingdom and now Australia. In response … Read More
Pleased to announce that Stephanie Springgay and I have been awarded a SSHRC Insight Grant ($250, 366) to continue our research with WalkingLab. The grant: “Critical Walking Methodologies of Place: Research-Creation with … Read More