Technologies of the Female Self: Women in Education
This was a doctoral project which looked into women's constitution as subjects within the social milieu of education. It initiated my on-going research in women's education within a range of historical, social, political and cultural milieus, as well as in the philosophical underpinnings of educational theory and research.
The project has involved research in the following Archives:
‘Education as Action / The Adventure of Education: Thinking with Arendt and Whitehead’. Journal of Educational Administration and History, 48(2), 136-147, 2016.
Not everything that the bourgeois world created is bad: aesthetics and politics in women workers’ education’. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 36(3), 424-436, 2015.
Machinic Assemblages: Women, Art Education and Space. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 2oo8. Also published in Dillabough, J. A., McLeod, J., Mills, M., (2009) Troubling Gender in Education, Routledge, 2009, reprinted in March 2011 in Routledge popular paperback series.
Rethinking the political subject: narratives of parrhesiastic acts’. International Journal of Critical Psychology, 2005.
Educational Heterotopias and the Self, Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2004.
The paradox of being a woman teacher’, in Gender andEducation, 2000. Translated in Greek and reprinted in Educators and Gender. Policy document publication, funded by the EU, Athens: Research Centre for Equality.