Publications

Publications related to this project and other literary projects from members of our research team, and teacher-researchers.

Doecke B, McLean Davies L & Mead P. (Ed) (2011). Teaching Australian Literature: From classroom conversations to national imaginings. Kent Town, Australia: Wakefield Press.

McLean Davies L. (2011). Magwitch madness: Archive fever and the teaching of Australian literature. In Doecke B, McLean-Davies L & Mead P (Eds.), Teaching Australian Literature: From classroom conversations to national imaginings. Kent Town, Australia: Wakefield Press, p.p. 129-152.

McLean Davies, L. (2014). You are what you read: Text selection and cultural capital in the (globalising) English classroom. In A. Goodwyn, L. Reid, & C. Durrant, International Perspectives on Teaching English in a Globalized World, Routledge US (New York), p.p. 235-244.

McLean Davies, L, and Buzacott, L. (2018). Re-forming the nation: Curriculum, Text Selection and Asian Literature in Subject English in Australia. In Chin Ee, Loh, Suzanne Choo and Catherine Beavis (Eds), Literature Education in the Asia-Pacific: Policies, Practices and Perspectives in Global Times. (Taylor & Francis).

McLean Davies, L., Buzacott, L., & Martin, S.K. (2018). Growing the nation: The influence of Dartmouth on the teaching of literature in subject English in Australia. In Goodwyn, A. (Ed). The Future of English Teaching Worldwide. Routledge.

McLean Davies L, Doecke B & Mead P. (2013). Reading the Local and Global: Teaching Literature in Secondary Schools in Australia. Changing English: studies in culture and education, 20(3), 224-240.

McLean Davies L & Kent H. (2011). From literature to literary practice: teaching texts in the Australian English curriculum. In B. Doecke, G. Parr & W. Sawyer (Eds.), Creating an Australian Curriculum for English: National agendas, local contexts. Melbourne, Australia: Phoenix Education, p.p. 99-112.

McLean Davies, L., & Martin, S. (2017). What the Dickens: exploring the role of canonical texts in mediating national identity in subject English in Australia. In Tim Dolin, Joanne Jones and Patricia Dowsett (Eds), Required Reading: Literature in Australian Schools 1945-2005. Monash University Press.

McLean Davies L. & Martin, S.K., (2017). Worlding settler texts: Who’s Afraid of Miles Franklin. Australian Literary Studies. 32(2).

McLean Davies, L., Martin, S.K., Buzacott, L. (2017) Worldly Reading: Teaching Australian literature in the twenty-first century. English in Australia. 52 (3). 21-30.

Truman, S. E. (2016). Intratextual Entanglements: Emergent Pedagogies and the productive potential of texts. In N. Snaza, D. Sonu, S. E. Truman, & Z. Zaliwska (Eds.) Pedagogical Matters: New materialisms and curriculum studies. New York, NY: Peter Lang

Truman, S. E. (2019). Inhuman literacies and affective refusals: Thinking with Sylvia Wynter and Secondary School English. Curriculum Inquiry, Special Issue on Sylvia Wynter

Truman, S. E. (2019). SF! Haraway’s Situated Feminisms and Speculative Fabulations in English Class. Studies in Philosophy and Education, Special Issue on Donna Haraway.