selected publications 

exhibitions 

Rousell, D., de Freitas, E., Trafi-Prats, L., & Hohti, R. (2019). Remixing Thick Time. Exhibition at Whitworth Gallery, in collaboration with Young Contemporaries (age 16-25). 


Rousell, D., Hohti, R., & Chalk, H. (2019). Inheriting the Anthropocene. Exhibition at Manchester Museum, in collaboration with Trinity High school students (age 11-14). 

 
Rousell, D., & de Freitas, E. (2018). Superpositions.  Exhibition at Birley Art Gallery, Manchester Metropolitan University, in collaboration with Z-artists (age 5-13).

 

conference papers

de Freitas, E., Rousell, D., Trafi-Prats, L., & Hohti, R. (2019). Intensive atmospheres and ubiquitous sensation: Arts-based inquiry and new configurations of digital life (panel). European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Malta.   

Trafi-Prats, L., Rousell, D., & Hohti, R. (2019). Decolonial childhood ecologies and pedagogies of sensation in the city (panel). European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Malta. 

Rousell, D., de Freitas, E., Trafi-Prats, L., & Hohti, R. (2019). Remixing Thick Time: Alternative approaches to collaboration.  Complexity, Creativity, and Co-Production conference, Manchester Metropolitan University. 

de Freitas, E., & Rousell, D. (2018). Atmospheric Intensities: Sensing the places and times of learning through bioaffective technologies. Affects/Interfaces/Events conference, Aarhus University.

de Freitas, E., & Rousell, D. (2018). Sensor technologies and the future of ethnographic fieldwork. European Association of Social Anthropologists biannual conference, Stockholm University.

Rousell, D. (2018). Tasting the data: Two problems for qualitative inquiry in the Datacene. International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne.

Rousell, D., Gallagher, M., & Wright, M. (2017). Becoming Listening Bodies: Sound walking as a pedagogy of sensation. Conference on Arts-based and Artistic Research, Tate Gallery, Liverpool. 

journal articles 

Rousell, D., Hohti, R., MacLure, M., & Chalk, H. (2020). Blots on the Anthropocene: Micropolitical interventions with young people in a university museum. Cultural Studies <-> Critical Methodologies.

 

Rousell, D., & Diddams, N. (2020). Fielding hilarity: Sensing the affective intensities of comedy education and performance. Research in Drama Education [special issue on affect theory and new materialisms].

 

Rousell, D. (2020). A map you can walk into: Immersive cartography and the speculative potentials of data. Qualitative Inquiry [special issue on new approaches to inquiry]. 
 

de Freitas, E., Rousell, D., & Jaeger, N. (2019). Relational architectures and wearable space: The politics of ubiquitous sensation. Research  in Education [special issue on biosocial imaginaries]. 

Rousell, D. (2019). Inhuman forms of life: On art as a problem for post-qualitative research.

International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education.

Rousell, D. & Cutter-Mackenzie, A. (2018). The Parental Milieu: Biosocial connections with animals, technologies, and the Earth.  Journal of Environmental Education, 50(2), 84-96.

 

Rousell, D. (2018). Doing Little Justices: Speculative propositions for an immanent environmental ethics. Environmental Education Research [special issue on new materialisms]. 

Rousell, D., & Fell, F. (2018). Becoming a Work of Art: Collaboration, materiality and posthumanism in tertiary visual arts education. International Journal of Education Through Art [special issue on Speculative Realisms in Arts Education], 14(1), 91-110. 

 

Rousell, D., Cutter-Mackenzie, A., & Foster, J. (2017). Children of an Earth to Come: Speculative fiction, geophilosophy and climate change education research. Educational Studies [special issue on STS X STEM Education), 53(6), 654-669.

 

McKnight, L., Rousell, D., Charteris, J., Thomas, K., & Burke, G. (2017). The invisible hand: Designing curriculum in the afterward. The International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 30(7), 635-655.

 

Rousell, D. (2016). Dwelling in the Anthropocene: Re-imagining university learning environments in response to social and ecological change. The Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 32(2) pp. 1-20.

 

Cutcher, L., Rousell, D., & Cutter-Mackenzie, A. (2015). Findings, Windings and Entwinings: Cartographies of collaborative walking and encounter. The International Journal of Education Through Art, 11(3) pp. 449-458.

 

Rousell, D. (2015). The Cartographic Network: Re-imagining university learning environments through the methodology of immersive cartography. UNESCO Observatory Multidisciplinary Journal in the Arts [Special issue on Critical Approaches to Arts-Based Research], 5(1), pp 1-33. 

 

books/chapters 

Rousell, D. (in press). Immersive cartography and post-qualitative inquiry: A speculative adventure into research-creation. Routledge.

 

Rousell, D., & Cutter-Mackenzie-Knowles, A. (in press). Climate Change Imaginaries: Encountering the Anthropocene with children and young people. Springer.

Rousell, D., & Hickey-Moody, A. (in press). Symbolic forms of expression: Toward speculative practices in community arts education. In L Burgess & N. Addison (eds)., Debates in Art and Design Education. Routledge. 

 de Freitas, E., Trafi-Prats, L., Rousell, D., and Hohti, R. (in press). Sensing Time: Propositions and techniques for sensing urban ecologies to come. In L. Trafi-Prats, Fendler, R., and Varela, A. (eds). Becoming Lively in the City: Essays on the Ontology, Aesthetics and Ethics of Visual Participatory Arts-Based Research. Routledge. 

de Freitas, E., & Rousell, D. (in press). Atmospheric intensities: Skin conductance and the collective sensing body. In Fritsch, J., Thomsen, B., and Kofoed, J. (Eds.), Affects, Interfaces, Events. Imbricate! Press. 

Widdop-Quintin, H., Piersol, L., Rousell, D., & Russell, J. (eds.) (2020). The ChildhoodNature Companion: Art, writing, and research by children and young people (Handbook Section). In Cutter-Mackenzie, A., Malone, K., and Barrett-Hacking, E. (eds.), Research Handbook on ChildhoodNature. The Netherlands: Springer.

 

Rousell, D., & Williams, D. (eds.) (2020). Ecological Aesthetics and childhoodnature research (Handbook Section). In Cutter-Mackenzie, A., Malone, K., and Barrett-Hacking, E. (eds.), Research Handbook on ChildhoodNature. The Netherlands: Springer

 

Rousell, D., Laszcik, L., Irwin, R., & Cook, P. (2020).  Propositions for an environmental arts pedagogy: A/r/tographic experimentations with movement and materiality. In Cutter-Mackenzie, A., Malone, K., and Barrett-Hacking, E. (eds.), Research Handbook on ChildhoodNature. The Netherlands: Springer.

 

Rousell, D., & Cutter-Mackenzie, A. (2020). Uncommon Worlds: Towards an ecological aesthetics of childhood in the Anthropocene. In Cutter-Mackenzie, A., Malone, K., and Barrett-Hacking, E. (eds.), Research Handbook on ChildhoodNature. The Netherlands: Springer.

 

Rousell, D., & Williams, D. (2020). Ecological Aesthetics: New spaces, directions, and potentials. In Cutter-Mackenzie, A., Malone, K., and Barrett-Hacking, E. (eds.), Handbook on ChildhoodNature. The Netherlands: Springer.

Cutter-Mackenzie, A., & Rousell, D. (2020). The Mesh of Playing and Researching in the Reality of Climate Change: Children’s Research Play Spaces. In Cutter-Mackenzie, A., Malone, K., and Barrett-Hacking, E. (eds.), Research Handbook on ChildhoodNature. The Netherlands: Springer.

Rousell, D., Lasczik, A., Irwin, R.L., Ellis, D., Hotko, K., & Peisker, J. (2019). Site/sight/insight: Becoming a socioecological learner through collaborative artmaking practices. In Cutter-Mackenzie, Lasczik, A., Logan, M. (eds.). Touchstones for deterritorialising socioecological learning: The Anthropocene, posthumanism, and commonworlds. Palgrave.

 

Rousell, D. (2019). Walking with Media: Towards a mixed reality pedagogy in university learning environments. In Schnadelbach, H., & Kirk, D. (eds.) People, Personal Data, and the Built Environment. Netherlands: Springer.

 

Rousell, D., Cutcher, A., & Irwin, R. (2018). Making-Lines: Movement, affect and aesthetic causality in arts-based educational research. In K. Snepvangers & S. Davis (eds.). Embodied and walking pedagogies engaging the visual domain: Research co-creation and practice. Champaign, IL: Common Ground Publishing.

Rousell, D. (2017). Mapping the Data Event: A posthumanist approach to art|education|research in a regional university. In L. Knight & A. Cutcher (eds.). Arts, Research, Education: connections and directions. New York: Springer International Publishing.

 


 

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