[csaa-forum] New Publications in Cultural Studies arising from the Rainbow Region

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Rob Garbutt, Soenke Biermann & Baden Offord (2012). Into the borderlands: unruly pedagogy, tactile theory and the decolonising nation, Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies Volume 26, Issue 1, 62-81. 
Available at: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02560046.2012.663160


'A Scholarly Affair: Activating Cultural Studies'
Special double issue of Education, Pedagogy and Cultural Studies, Vol 34, Iss 1-2, 2012.
Edited by Rob Garbutt and Baden Offord, this special issue is a product of the 2010 Cultural Studies Association of Australasia Annual Conference held at Byron Bay.

Available at: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/gred20/34/1-2

Contains the following articles arising from the conference:

Rob Garbutt and Baden Offord (SCU) (2012) A Scholarly Affair: Activating Cultural Studies, pages 3-7

Gerard Goggin (UniSyd) (2012) Borderlands or Enclosures?: Technology, the University, and Cultural Studies, pages 8-22

Daniel Marshall (Deakin) (2012) Historicizing Sexualities Education, pages 23-34.

Guy Redden (UniSyd) & Remy Low (UniSyd) ( (2012) My School, Education, and Cultures of Rating and Ranking, pages 35-48

Penelope Rossiter (UWS) (2012) Cultural Studies, Pedagogy, and Response-Ability, pages 61-70

Yvonne Hartman (SCU) and Sandy Darab (SCU) (2012) A Call for Slow Scholarship: A Case Study on the Intensification of Academic Life and Its Implications for Pedagogy, pages 49-60.


Bee Chen Goh, Baden Offord and Rob Garbutt (eds) (2012), Activating Human Rights and Peace, Theories, Practices, Contexts (London: Ashgate). 

Seventeen chapters including:

Baden Offord and John Ryan, Peace building education: enabling human rights and social Justice through cultural studies pedagogy, pages 27-44.

Riccardo Baldissone, Beyond the modern synecdoche: towards a non-fundamentalist  
Human Rights discourse, pages 45-56

Janie Conway-Herron, Voices for Hope: storytelling and Human Rights, pages 79-90

Rob Garbutt, Everyday Peace, Human Rights, Belonging and Local Activism in a ‘Peaceful’ nation, pages 143-158

Goh Bee Chen, Baden Offord and Rob Garbutt, Activating Human Rights and Peace: Observations and Reflections, pages 243-248

Available at: http://www.ashgate.com/default.aspx?page=637&calctitle=1&pageSubject=419&sort=pubdate&forthcoming=1&title_id=11054&edition_id=14519

Dr Baden Offord
Associate Professor in Cultural Studies
Director of Community Engagement
School of Arts and Social Sciences
Co-Director, Centre for Peace & Social Justice
Southern Cross University

PO Box 157 Lismore 2480 Australia

T: +61 2 66 203162
E: baden.offord at scu.edu.au
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Vice President (International) Cultural Studies Association of Australasia
Contributing Editor: The Review of Education, Pedagogy and Cultural Studies

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