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  1. Material Feminisms: New Directions for Education.Carol A. Taylor & Gabrielle Ivinson (eds.) - 2016 - Routledge.
    _Material Feminisms: New Directions for Education_ provides a range of powerful theoretical and innovative methodological examples to illuminate how new material feminism can be put to work in education to open up new avenues of research design and practice. It poses challenging questions about the nature of knowledge production, the role of the researcher, and the critical endeavour arising from inter- and post-disciplinarity. Working with diffractive methodologies and new materialist ecological epistemologies, the book offers resources for hope which widen the (...)
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    Knowledge and Identity: Concepts and Applications in Bernstein's Sociology.Gabrielle Ivinson, Brian Davies & John Fitz (eds.) - 2011 - Routledge.
    This book will appeal to sociologists, educationists and higher educators internationally and to students on sociology of education, curriculum and policy ...
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    What More Do Bodies Know? Moving with the Gendered Affects of Place.E. J. Renold & Gabrielle Ivinson - 2021 - Body and Society 27 (1):85-112.
    This article focuses on what bodies know yet which cannot be expressed verbally. We started with a problem encountered during conventional interviewing in an ex-mining community in south Wales when some teen girls struggled to speak. This led us to focus on the body, corporeality and movement in improvisational dance workshops. By slowing down and speeding up video footage from the workshops, we notice movement patterns and speculate about how traces of gender body-movement practices developed within mining communities over time (...)
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    Tables Dancing: Playing with Enchantments of Materiality Beyond Representation.Gabrielle Ivinson & Mark Sackville-Ford - 2019 - Paragrana: Internationale Zeitschrift für Historische Anthropologie 28 (2):83-94.
    This article is written in response to Method Lab #2, reacting to and reading scenes from the theatre and the school classroom. We responded to ‘The table and the dancer’ by Carla J. Maier with drawings by Janna R. Wieland, and ‘The book and the authors reading’ by Elise v. Bernstorff and Carla J. Maier. Our responses are within the ontological turn and specifically posthuman studies and new material feminism. We move beyond representational thinking to explore vibrant matter and experiment (...)
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  5. Changing Femininity, Changing Concepts of Citizenship in Public and Private Spheres.Gabrielle Ivinson, Kiki Deliyanni, Helena Araújo & Madeleine Arnot - 2000 - European Journal of Women's Studies 7 (2):149-168.
    This article reports on an EU-funded project conducted in Greece, Portugal, England and Wales. Data were collected from male and female student teachers using surveys, interviews and focus groups. The project investigated their understanding of citizenship and the role of men and women in public and private life. Pateman's concept of a sexual contractwas used to discover how student teachers understood changing relations between men and women. Young professionals in each country had relatively similar representations of the public sphere, which (...)
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